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A slippery situation

A slippery situation

Two members of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection visually inspect a drainage pond near the Bromfield School May 22, after a dumpster truck leaked hyrdaulic fluid behind the school. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)   READ STORY

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Newly released estimates show that the cost of renovating or rebuilding the Hildreth Elementary School is going to require a dramatic hike in local taxes.

A truck leaking hydraulic fluid caused a slippery mess on Harvard’s roadways on the morning of May 22. The truck, which belonged to Mitrano Removal Service in Shirley, was picking up dumpsters behind the Bromfield School when a hydraulic fluid line ruptured.

The School Committee heard two requests for new staff positions Monday night, one for a full-time technology support person and another for a part-time “video coach” to help students and teachers use the video resources of Harvard Cable TV.

The Board of Selectmen held its annual strategic planning meeting June 22, and after a three-hour discussion the board narrowed its goals for the year to three areas: Devens planning, municipal operations, and fiscal stability.

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May 26, 2017
Vol. 11, No. 26
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