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1. What will happen with Fermi High School once it is closed?
2. How will students be kept safe during construction?
3. My student is interested in going into a trade after graduation. Will there be any opportunity for students to follow the construction process while it is in progress?
4. What will be the impact to parking?

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1. What kind of access can I expect during construction?
2. Will my driveway be repaired?
3. Where should I park?
4. How long does it take?
5. What happens if I witness something dangerous in the construction zone?
6. Will my utilities (water, sewer, phone, cable, etc.) be affected?
7. Will there be parking restrictions?
8. What are the typical hours of construction?
9. Can the contractor replace my driveway?
10. What will happen to mail delivery?
11. What if I need special access to my property?
12. How will this affect emergency services?
13. Trash, recycling and bus pickup?
14. Dust?
15. What should I do with the sprinkler system?
16. What are the marks and stakes I see?

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1. When does the Magic Carpet bus run?
2. Where can I purchase bus passes, tickets, and tokens?
3. How early should I arrive at the bus stop to make sure I catch the bus?
4. I have a disability that prevents me from reaching a nearby bus stop and/or getting on the bus, are there other transportation options for me?
5. Will transfers be honored for CT Transit buses?
6. How does an Elderly or Disabled passenger obtain a reduced fare?

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1. How many items can I check out at a time?
2. Can I renew an item?
3. The item I want is not available. How does placing a hold work?
4. I do not have an Enfield card. Can I check out items in OverDrive?

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1. Why have I received a sewer fee bill?
2. Why am I receiving a sewer fee bill now?
3. What if I did not receive a bill?
4. Why was the amount of my bill so low?
5. My bill is prorated. What does that mean?
6. How many bills can I expect to receive in a year?
7. When will I receive my next bill?
8. What are the billing cycles?
9. How was my sewer fee calculated?
10. I am on a well. How will I be billed?
11. I have a septic tank. Will I be billed?
12. Why would the amount of my first bill be different from someone else on the same billing cycle?
13. When is my bill due?
14. What does the number under “Usage” mean?
15. How can I pay my bill?

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1. What is the reason the fee is being changed?
2. When does this change become effective?
3. How will my sewer fee be calculated under the new usage-based method?
4. Can you give an example of how the residential sewer fee is calculated?
5. How will this affect my property taxes?
6. If the Town of Enfield converts to a user fee will the fees be tax deductible?
7. How does Enfield's new sewer rate compare to other Connecticut towns?
8. Who pays the sewer bill, particularly if the property is rented?
9. Will the sewer use fee be billed along with your taxes?
10. How will the new sewer fee affect "non-profits" including Fire and Police?
11. What about people who have public sewer but not public water (i.e., a private well)?
12. What happens if I do not pay my sewer bill?
13. What about people who have septic systems and are not connected to public sewer?

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1. When does the countdown clock start ticking?
2. How will the end of the event decided upon?
3. How will the declaration of the end of the event be conveyed to the public?
4. Who will be responsible for enforcement?
5. How will inspection of the sidewalks in town be handled?
6. Will this be the only means to insure that residents and businesses are following the code?
7. How will residents / businesses be notified of non-compliance?
8. What is the fine for not clearing snow and/or ice within the 24 hour time period?
9. What happens if the Resident or Business does not remove the snow and/or ice?
10. How will the contractor be selected?
11. How much will it cost the resident / business to have the town remove the snow and/or ice from the sidewalk?
12. What if the resident / business does not pay the charge?
13. The new ordinance says that there will be a $75 fine if sidewalks are not cleared of snow and/or ice within 24 hours. Is this in addition to the charges for cleaning?
14. If I receive a citation in error, how do I contest it?
15. The code calls for the snow and/or ice to be removed from the entire width of the sidewalk. How will that be enforced?
16. I have a corner lot, is the intersection of my sidewalks that provide access to the road my responsibility?
17. Am I still responsible to clean my sidewalk if I am on vacation or out of town when the 24 hours expires?
18. The changes to the snow and ice removal code require the property owner to clear snow around fire hydrants. What if the hydrant is located on the property line between me and my neighbor?
19. Who decides if ice / snow is difficult or extremely difficult to remove?