The New Fairfield Economic Development Commission is looking into changing the town seal. The design was approved by the town in 1968. During last week's Board of Selectmen meeting, Commission chair Myke Furhman said they're looking into the possibility from a marketing standpoint to rebrand the town. He recommended that the Board consider the idea. In 1963, then-town clerk Arthur Mulligan proposed the idea of creating a town seal for New Fairfield. The current seal includes a horseshoe, arrowhead, anvil, plowshare, carriage, boat and water, a Native American man as well as NF.