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Welcome to virtual Killingworth
The real thing is better, of course — we have miles of country roads, even more miles of old stone walls, hundreds of acres of woods and streams, starry skies. We also have a great community, which includes the renowned rehabilitation center for birds of prey, the first net-zero home in Connecticut, dozens of sports teams for children of all ages, community gardens, historic places, and a score of active civic groups.

Virtual Killingworth, however, will answer many of your questions, save you trips and phone calls, and help you understand the town government. It will give you access to many services the town offers and allow you to keep up with what’s going on in the various committees and commissions that govern Killingworth. You can also communicate with Town Hall easily and quickly by clicking here (in an emergency, however, please call 911).

Whether you live in the real Killingworth or are just visiting, please let us know what we can do to serve you better.

First Selectwoman Catherine Iino
War Veterans Monument Garden at Town Hall
Thanks to the great generosity of Lillian Griswold, three monuments—to Killingworth war veterans; to Jack Curry, who died in Viet Nam; and to Jason Lantieri, who died in Iraq—now have a dignified home in front of Town Hall. Lillian donated the monument garden in honor of her late husband, Raymond Griswold, who served in the U.S. Air Force during World War II and was a lifelong member of VFW Post 9920, in Killingworth. After that post was decommissioned in 2014, a new location had to be found for the monument to veterans of World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the War in Viet Nam that had stood in front of it. The Curry monument was in an innocuous location to the side of Town Hall.

When Jon and Kathy Miller, parents of Jason Lantieri, learned of the project, they offered to donate both a memorial stone to Jason and the expertise and construction work of their company, Onsite Services: clearing the ground, building foundations, placing all three stones and the flag pole. Our deepest gratitude to them for their work and guidance on the project.

We are also grateful to Ethan Drain, Fred Dudek, and Dave Hudson, who all donated their services.

We invite you to attend a brief dedication ceremony on July 8 at 9:00 a.m.

--Cathy Iino

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323 Route 81, Killingworth, CT 06419
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