Fireworks are not allowed by law in Connecticut for use by non-professional, non-licensed users. Sparklers and fountains, which technically are not considered fireworks, may be sold to and used by persons older than 16. Read on...
The death of George Floyd while in custody was a horrifying act of aggression. His death has raised questions across the country and here in Clinton about the proper response to this and other acts of injustice. Read on...
The Clinton Town Hall now has a drop box located in front of the building. You can use it to drop off documents or payments for the Tax Office, Assessor's Office and Town Clerk. The box is emptied frequently during the day.
The Shellfish Commission shall be charged with the duty and purpose of managing and being in charge of all of the shellfisheries and shellfish grounds lying within the Town of Clinton not granted to others and not under the jurisdiction of the Commissioner of Agriculture, including all rivers, inland waters and flats adjacent to all beaches and waters within the limits and bounds of the municipality of the Town Of Clinton.
The powers and duties of the Shellfish Commission shall be exercised and performed herein provided and as authorized by the General Statutes of the State of Connecticut. In addition, the Clinton Shellfish Commission may Issue licenses for the taking of shellfish within its jurisdiction and fix the fees, may designate the quantities of shellfish to be taken, the sizes of such shellfish and the methods of taking shellfish. The Commission may specify the seasons and hours of taking shellfish and may prohibit the taking of shellfish from certain designated areas for periods of time. The Shellfish Commission shall further have the power to create a shellfish management plan and may issue reasonable rules and regulations to further the protection and propagation of the shellfish under its control and the grounds in its jurisdiction.
All fees and monies collected by the Commission pursuant to this article and pursuant to the Connecticut General Statutes shall be paid to the Commission and used by the Commission for the protection and propagation of shellfish under its control and the further management of the shellfish grounds. The Commission shall have the power to direct the shellfish wardens as enforcement officers to supervise the beds and enforce the regulations issued by the Commission and those of the State of Connecticut. The Commission may further set penalties for violation of its regulations subject to the restrictions therein as provided in Section 26-257a of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended. The Commission members shall also be sworn in as Special Shellfish Constables for the same term and shall also have the powers and duties as are specified in Section 26-277 of the Connecticut State Statutes, as amended.