Join us at the weekly Lebanon Farmers' Market this Saturday from 9:00 AM to noon in front of Town Hall.
The Board of Selectmen is an elected three-member Board which is the Executive branch of government in Lebanon. The Board of Selectmen is responsible for the administration of the general town government, working under Connecticut General Statutes and local ordinances. Responsibilities include the preparation and administration of the operating and capital budgets for the general town government and the supervision and direction of the operations of the Public Works Department including improvements to all highways, bridges public buildings and property. The Selectmen manage the day-to-day operations of the town, hire and supervise all town employees, and appoint electors to boards and commissions. The Board brings policy recommendations to Town Meeting for approval. The Selectmen are elected and serve for two-year terms.
This report, drafted by the 2019 Charter Commission and approved by the Board of Selectmen at their July 29, 2019 meeting, accompanies the proposal for a Town Charter set to be considered on the 2019 municipal ballot.
Proposal for Town Charter as drafted by the 2019 Charter Commission and approved by the Board of Selectmen at their July 29, 2019 meeting to be considered on the November 2019 municipal ballot.