The Board of Mayor and Burgesses approved a new redistricted map of Naugatuck that will have an effect on how both the Democratic and Republican town committees elect their members.
The new map eliminates one of the districts, the District 3-4, which had originally included a portion of the Route 63 area near the as well as some of the streets near Field Street.
Under the new map, the has been eliminated as a polling location. Voters that used to go to the senior center on Electino Day will now go to either Oak Terrace or , said Louise Sheedy, Democratic registrar of voters.
Sheedy said residents will be notified by mail within the next month on where they will be voting in the 2012 elections.
With one polling place eliminated, Sheedy estimated the borough could save some $2,000 during Election Day. She said there weren't enough people voting at the location to warrant it staying open, compared to the costs necessary to install phones, hire staff and conduct other Election Day operations.
In total, it can cost $25,000 to run the polling locations when it comes to the Presidential Election.