LITCHFIELD — Selectmen on Tuesday will hear a report from the public works department foreman on the condition of its trucks and heavy equipment.

The report is scheduled as part of the regular meeting that begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Office. An executive session begins an hour earlier to discuss the manager’s performance evaluation.

Last week, Scott Kenoyer, manager of Augusta Central Garage, reviewed the equipment at the Litchfield Public Works Garage.

Town Manager Michael Byron said the evaluation will help form the basis for a five-year capital improvement plan for replacement of public works vehicles.

The town’s vehicles include a one-ton 1998 GMC 3500 plow, sander, dump body; a 2003 Cat 430D backhoe; a 1989 Cat-12G grade; a 2003 John Deere 544 loader; a 1986 GMC spare plow truck (labeled “not fit for road”); a T1 1998 International plow dump truck; a 2004 International 7500 T2 dump/plow; a 1994 K8000 Ford dump/sand; and a T5 2000 International plow/dump/wing sander.

In other business, the Litchfield Fire Department is scheduled to present a revised capital improvement plan to upgrade or replace its vehicles.

The board is also scheduled to continue a discussion on possession, use and sale of consumer fireworks.

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