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Norwich is now looking for a new chairman and vice-chairman for its board of Public Utilities Commissioners.  Dee Boisclair and Robert Groner submitted letters of resignation Monday afternoon to the city clerk’s office, and their resignations were formally accepted Monday night by the City Council.   The move ends the need for a Council-appointed investigative committee that was just named last month.  Alderman Stacey Gould says this should put the issue to bed. Boisclair and Groner were re-appointed to their chairmanships last month by the utilities panel, in defiance of a recommendation from the city’s ethics Commission that they not be, after it was determined the two had violated Norwich’s ethics rules when they went on an all-expense paid trip last Spring to the Kentucky Derby.  Norwich Public Utilities General Manager John Bilda, also cited by the ethics commission for going on the trip, says he plans on fulfilling the remaining four years on his employment contract.

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