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Marlborough
Not yet SmartPower 20% by 2010 Community
Clean Energy Customers to Date:
Customers: 18.5
% of Households: 0.97%
Joined the 20% by 2010 Campaign:
Marlborough has not yet committed to the SmartPower 20% by 2010 Clean Energy Campaign. When Marlborough commits to 20% clean energy use by 2010 and also achieves 100 signups of the CTCleanEnergyOptions program, Marlborough will then be eligible to receive a FREE solar panel from the Connecticut Clean Energy Fund. If you are interested in having your town join the SmartPower 20% by 2010 Campaign call us now!
SmartPower Contact Information:
Bob Wall, New England Regional Director bwall@smartpower.org
Keri Enright, Program Coordinator kenright@smartpower.org
Phone: 860-249-7040
Town Hall Address & Website:
26 North Main St
Marlborough CT 06447
http://www.marlboroughct.com/
Local Clean Energy Supporters:
Ryan Mortgage LLC- CTCleanEnergyOptions - Sterling Planet
Town Description:

The colonial General Assembly in 1747 designated this area an ecclestiastical society and named it Marlborough. In 1803, the Connecticut General Assembly incorporated Marlborough as a "distinct town" deriving its lands from Colchester, Hebron, and Glastonbury. Sadler's Ordinary, believed to have been built about 1653 near Lake Terramuggus, entertained travelers on the Path to Monhege between the Thames and Connecticut Rivers. The first schoolhouse here was built in 1760, a time when farms and sawmills flourished. Marlborough Tavern, still serving the public, opened its doors later during that colonial period.

Local industry, chiefly textiles, was spurred by the New London Turnpike during the nineteenth century, but vanished with the burning of the last mill in 1907. Therefore, Marlborough is mainly a residential community. Mary Hall, of this town, an educator, became in 1882 the first woman lawyer to be admitted to practice at the bar of Connecticut.






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