The Middlebury Republican Town Committee is offering one $1,000 scholarship
and one $500 scholarship to 2021 graduating high school seniors. The applicant
must be a Middlebury resident who has been accepted to an institution of higher
Applicant’s name, home address, phone number, e-mail
High School attended and date of graduation
Copy of acceptance letter from an
Institution of Higher Learning the applicant is planning to attend
An Original Essay (maximum 500 words) on “What Community Service Means to Me.”
A resume detailing community service performed
One letter of recommendation
The application letter must be sent to Middlebury Republican Town Committee, PO Box 1206, Middlebury, CT 06762 no later than May 31, 2021.
Scholarship awards will be announced June 8, 2021.
In many cases the Middlebury Republican Town Committee is asked to recommend
candidates to help fulfill party requirements for party representation on our
municipal boards. We will interview you and keep your name on file
as positions open up.
Current Openings for Appointed Boards and Commissions
The Beautification Committee conducts studies and implements plantings and
improvements to beautify Middlebury, subject to approval by the Board of
Selectmen. It meets the third Wednesday of every month.
Land Preservation and Open Space Committee The Land Preservation Open Space Acquisition
committee maintains the Fenn Farm property and makes recommendations to the
Board of Selectmen for acquisition and maintenance of other historic properties.
It meets the third Wednesday of every month.
The Parks and Recreation Commission consists of
five members appointed for terms of five years to perform the duties prescribed
in Section 7-129a of the General Statutes and such other duties as the Board of
Selectmen may prescribe. It meets every second Thursday, monthly at 7:00 p.m. in
Shepardson Community Center, Room 1 - no July meeting.
Commission consists of five members appointed for term of five years to perform
their duties in accordance with Act No. 261 of the 1965 General Assembly and the
Middlebury Ordinance. It meets the first Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in February,
April, June, August, October and December in Shepardson Community Center, Room
The Zoning Board of Appeals consists of five members and three alternates appointed to perform the duties prescribed
in Section 8-6 through 8-7d of the Connecticut General Statutes. Members and alternates are appointed
for terms of five years on a rotating basis as terms expire. It meets on the
first Wednesday of the month in room 26, Shepardson Community Center.
The Economic Development Commission
consists of seven members appointed for terms of five (5) years on a rotating basis as terms expire.
Under the direction of the Board of Selectmen, following 2011 Connecticut Code, Title 7 Municipalities, Chapter 97 Municipalities: General Provisions
Sec. 7-136. , the mission of the Economic and Industrial Development Commission is to promote and advance the planned growth and development of the economic resources of the Town of Middlebury for the primary purpose of expanding and ensuring an adequate business oriented tax base to achieve the goals and objectives of the town government.
The commission shall conduct research into the economic conditions and trends in its municipality, shall make recommendations to appropriate officials and agencies in its municipality regarding action to improve its economic condition and development, shall seek to coordinate the activities of and cooperate with unofficial bodies organized to promote such economic development and may advertise and may prepare, print and distribute books, maps, charts and pamphlets which in its judgement will further its official purpose.
It meets the fourth Tuesday monthly in the Town Hall Conference Room at 6:30 p.m.
The Planning and Zoning Commission (appointed alternate
position available) performs the duties prescribed in Chapters 124 and 126
of the General Statutes. It is charged with recommending to the town the
boundaries of the various original zoning district and appropriate
regulations to be enforced therein and any proposed amendments thereto and
shall collect data and keep itself informed as to the best practices
generally in effect so that it may be qualified to act on measures affecting
the present and future movement of traffic, the segregation of residential
and business districts and the convenience and safety of persons and
property in any way dependent on town planning and zoning. It meets the
first Thursday monthly in room 26, Shepardson Community Center at 7:00 p.m.
The Regional Planning Commission
The Naugatuck Valley Planning Commission
Several Justice of the Peace positions
Middlebury Republicans interested in a position on a local board or
commission may express their interest with
a letter to the Middlebury Republican Town Committee, PO Box 1206, Middlebury Ct 06762.
Alternatively, you may send an e-mail to
Law offices of Dana D'Angelo, LLC
Robert W. Smith Law Offices, LLC
Bushka Lumber and Millwork
Brothers Tree Service, LLC
Calabrese Brothers, LLC
Calabrese Law, PLLC
Pies & Pints
Western Connecticut Medical Group
2021 MRTC Monthly Meeting Schedule
Regular monthly meetings are normally held at 7:30pm.
On ZOOM during the coronavirus. Otherwise in room 26 of the Shepardson Community Center
You are invited to attend any meeting. Please come!
The Middlebury Republican Town Committee is the local face of the Republican Party in Middlebury Connecticut.
We are a broad and diverse group of members who come together to work in the best interests of the community and find outstanding candidates to fill positions on local boards and commissions.
We meet on the second Tuesday of the month and you are invited to attend any meeting.
Are you interested in becoming a member of the Middlebury Republican Town Committee or helping out the town in some way?
Send a letter of interest, accompanied by your resume.