eltonSenior Citizens Committee
Senior Citizens Committee
Shelton’s Senior Citizens Committee addresses issues connected with aging and consists of nine members, appointed for two-year terms by the mayor. Regular meetings are held at the Shelton Senior Center at 4 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month.
Senior Committee Members:
Chairman: Walter Oko, Jill Bruno, Margaret Keane, Judson Crawford, Roberta Sutkowski, Cheryl Dziubina, Marilyn Terlaga, Barbara Hayslip
Shelton Senior Center
81 Wheeler St., Shelton, CT 06484
Hours: Mon.-Fri., 9:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Director • Doreen Laucella
Provides a lunch program, health screenings, financial and insurance presentations, and educational, social and recreational programs (computer classes, field trips, more) for persons age 55 or older. Membership generally required for programs and activities ($4.00 for Shelton residents; $10 for out-of-town residents).
Information line: 203-924-2355
Tax Relief Programs
The Assessor’s Office in City Hall administers various state and local programs of tax relief for homeowners and veterans. Eligibility for the homeowners’ program requires: residency in Shelton; age of 65 years or older or total disability status; income within State of Connecticut qualifying levels. Some additional blind, disabled, “freeze,” homeowners’ and veterans’ programs are available, too. Also, renters’ rebate applications will be accepted at Shelton Senior Center, 81 Wheeler St., Shelton, CT 06484. Rent receipts, utility receipts and meeting income requirements are needed for participation in the renters’ rebate program.
Assessor • Bill Gaffney • 203-924-1555, ext. 1500
Judge • Fred J. Anthony
40 White St., Shelton, CT 06484