Public Notices





Oak Meadows Drive, Short Oak Drive, Federal Road & Station Road

            Pursuant to a motion adopted by the Brookfield Water Pollution Control Authority on February 27, 2019, the Brookfield Water Pollution Control Authority proposes to levy Supplemental Benefit Assessments against the properties and the owners thereof, and in the amounts as listed on Schedule Aattached hereto, as such properties have been improved so as to increase their assessed valuation for tax purposes or have received a certificate of occupancy between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2018 and have been especially benefited by the construction of the Federal Road Sewer Extension.  

            The Brookfield Water Pollution Control Authority will hold a public hearing concerning said proposed Supplemental Benefit Assessments on Wednesday, March 27, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in Room 133 of the Brookfield Municipal Center, 100 Pocono Road, Brookfield, Connecticut.

            Dated: March 14, 2019

                                                                        BROOKFIELD WATER POLLUTION

                                                                        CONTROL AUTHORITY

                                                                        BY: Nelson Malwitz, Chairman


Proposed Supplemental Benefit Assessments 

Sabatano, Dave & Antoinette10Oak Meadows Drive$3,555.29
Ericson, Mark & Carlson, Robin11Oak Meadows Drive$3,515.90
Castellucci, Nancy & Nicholas12Oak Meadows Drive$3,485.40
Asistin, Rodolfo & Fides, Ana Maria13Oak Meadows Drive$3,515.90
Kalb, Richard & Mary14Oak Meadows Drive$3,586.59
Hartman-Ng, Mei16Oak Meadows Drive$3,411.69
Frieary, Natasha17Oak Meadows Drive$3,382.46
Green, Annealissa18Oak Meadows Drive$3,382.46
Gantnier, Kevin & Vongsaroj, Audrey19Oak Meadows Drive$3,586.59
Rossi, Kimberly Lauren20Oak Meadows Drive$3,586.59
Pugliese, Francesca21Oak Meadows Drive$3,423.76
Brustlin, Zephyr22Oak Meadows Drive$3,423.76
Bassani, Jean23Oak Meadows Drive$3,586.59
Vudattu, Nalini & Chiranjeevi24Oak Meadows Drive$4,154.80
Knapp, Shawn25Oak Meadows Drive$4,118.27
Lounsbury, Jill5Short Oak Drive$3,389.45
Hasmukh, Patel Lalajibhai & Roshani8Short Oak Drive$3,657.12
Handal, Victor13Short Oak Drive$3,671.57
Spennicchia, Michael & Veronica19Short Oak Drive$3,476.98
Dos Santos, Max & Sonait, Vivienne26Short Oak Drive$3,443.62
Flaherty, Johnathan & Vernagetti, Elena27Short Oak Drive$4,108.89
Hartlieb, Jason & Linda28Short Oak Drive$4,108.89
Gerrald, Jashmal29Short Oak Drive$4,108.89
Defino, Frank Anthony & Terri-Lynne30Short Oak Drive$4,273.47
Wang, Bingnan35Short Oak Drive$4,108.89
Mobley, Rochelle36Short Oak Drive$4,196.26
Stepniak, Mariusz & Agnieszka38Short Oak Drive$4,108.89
Minino Homes Inc.540Federal Road$7,594.17
Brookfield Village Residential Limited Partnership800Federal Road$22,256.36
Brookfield Village Residential Limited Partnership7Station Road$38,269.71



            Whereas, the Brookfield Water Pollution Control Authority has constructed improvements to the Brookfield Sewer System known as the Federal Road Sewer Extension and has conducted a public hearing and has given due consideration to the comments of the public presented at such public hearings: 

            Now Therefore, be it resolved as follows:  

            1.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted by the Authority on June 23, 1993 and July 28, 1993, as amended by resolution adopted on March 21, 2007 and as modified by resolutions adopted on January 11, 2012 and April 22, 2015, the Authority hereby levies a supplemental benefit assessment against each of the properties and the owners thereof as set forth on Schedule Aas such properties have been improved so as to increase their assessed valuation for tax purposes or have received a certificate of occupancy between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2018.  The supplemental benefit assessments are in an amount equal to 4.65%of the property’s equalized assessed value as of October 1, 1983, less any applicable credits as more fully described in Section 7 of the Authority’s resolution of March 21, 2007, as modified by the Authority’s resolutions of January 11, 2012 and April 22, 2015.  

            2.  Such supplemental benefit assessments shall be due and payable on June 1, 2019, provided however, that at the option of the owner, the supplemental benefit assessment may be paid in four (4)equal annual installments of principal, the first of which shall be due on June 1, 2019and with subsequent installments due on June 1 of each subsequent year, together with interest on the unpaid principal amount of such supplemental benefit assessment at the rate of 5.5% per annum; provided further, however, that if any such installment remains unpaid for thirty (30) days after the same shall become due and payable, then at the option of the Authority, the entire unpaid balance of such benefit assessment, together with all unpaid interest, shall become immediately due and payable.  The Authority shall have all of the rights provided by Section 7-254 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, with respect to delinquent assessments.

            3.  Any property owner subject to such supplemental benefit assessment may prepay any or all installments for which such property owner is liable at any time prior to the due date thereof and no interest on any such prepaid installment shall be charged beyond the date of such payment.

            4. The Executive Administrator of the Authority is directed to cause notice of the levy of such supplemental benefit assessments and of the due date for payment of such supplemental benefit assessmentto be filed in the Office of the Brookfield Town Clerk not later than on April 26, 2019 and to be published twice in a newspaper having circulation in the Town of Brookfield and in the Brookfield Yankee Pennysaver, the first such publication to be not later than April 26, 2019, and the second such publication to be not later than May 9, 2019, and to mail a copy of such notice, and of such supplemental benefit assessment, to the affected property owner at the owner’s address as shown on the last completed grand list, or to any such subsequent address of which the Authority may have knowledge, not later than April 26, 2019.