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495 Phoenixville Road, Chaplin, CT 06235

Windham County Connecticut

 Phone: (860) 455-0073

 Fax: (860) 455-0027

 Email: assistant@chaplinct.org

Legal Notice

Notice is hereby given that there will be a voter registration session at the front door of the Town of Chaplin's Town Hall, 495 Phoenixville Road on Tuesday September 29, 2020 with hours between 9:00am to 8:00pm. - Ann Lewis, Eugene Boomer Registrar of Voter's



Real estate and personal property taxes are due and payable on July 1, 2020 and January 1, 2021.  The motor vehicle taxes were

due and payable on July 1, 2020.

 The last day to pay the July 1, 2020 installment without interest in October 1, 2020 per the Governor’s Executive Order 7.S deferment program.  Payments made or postmarked on October 2, 2020 will be considered late and will accrue interest at the rate of 1.5% per month back to the due date, or a minimum of $2.00 each delinquent bill and installment.

 You can pay your taxes online by visiting the Tax Collector's webpage at Chaplin Tax Collector - Pay Taxes Online.

 You can mail in your tax payments to Revenue Collection Department, POB 944, Willimantic CT 06226.  Also, there is a DROP box

located at the Windham Town Hall.

 If you have any questions you may contact the Tax Collector at 860-465-3037.

Library Board of Trustees

The Library Board meets on the 3rd Monday of the month (except January and February due to holidays), the regular meeting dates for 2020 are:  1/27/20; 2/24/20; 3/16/20; 4/20/20; 5/18/20; 6/15/20; 7/20/20; 8/17/20; 9/21/20; 10/19/20; 11/16/20; 12/21/20

Responsibilites of the Library Board of Trustees is to advocate for the library in the community and advocate for the community as a member of the library board.   To be a library advocate is to work for the betterment of library services for the community.   Advocacy includes working to obtain adequate funding for the library; pursuing opportunities to meet and speak with community groups; making sure the community’s needs and interests are paramount when making board decisions. 

The Board must also plan for the future of the library.  Planning is one of the most important trusts that the community gives to the library board.  Planning is deciding what is going to happen with library services over the next few years.  It is taking charge of the library’s future and creating it to be responsive to what the community needs. 

To monitor and evaluate the overall effectiveness of the library is key.  The community puts its trust in the library board to make sure the library is operating the way it should.  For example, the library board is familiar with the library’s budget - where the money is coming from and how it will be spent.  The board monitors monthly financial reports and approves the bills so they can be paid.  The board also helps determine whether the community is satisfied with the service received from the library. 

The Board must also set library policies.  The library board spends much of its time on policy issues - developing policies and monitoring the effectiveness of those policies.  (Policy is a carefully designed, broadly stated, written guideline for actions and decision of the library.)  Once adopted by the board, library staff carries out the policies on a day-to-day basis. 

For more information on the Chaplin Public Library, click here.

Meetings & Minutes Archive


Victor Boomer (R) - Chairman
Term End: 11/04/2025

Leslie Ricklin (D) - Vice-Chairman
Term End: 11/07/2023

William Jenkins (R) - Member
Term End: 11/02/2021

Diane Cox (D) - Member
Term End: 11/07/2023

Jeanette Haines (D) - Member
Term End: 11/04/2025

Adele Swart (D) - Member
Term End: 11/02/2021

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