Doing their homework
Meg Bagdonas asks a question about traffic on Ayer Road at a League of Women Voters of Harvard information session held in Volunteers Hall, Oct. 17. The event covered topics that will be voted on at the Super Town Meeting and Special Town Meeting, Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Cronin Auditorium at the Bromfield School. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
Here’s what you need to know about each of the nine articles that will be presented at the Oct. 24 Super Town Meeting and Special Town Meeting.
Midway through the selectmen’s meeting Tuesday evening, Town Administrator Tim Bragan announced that Rich Nota, head of the Department of Public Works, would retire at the beginning of January.
At back-to-back town meetings this coming Monday, Oct. 24, in Cronin Auditorium, Harvard voters will be asked to decide the fate of nine articles on matters ranging from the purchase of conservation land to zoning land adjacent to Hildreth House for senior housing.
The selectmen went another round on the topic of who will get to lease the old library at their meeting this week.
When Harvard buys electricity for its schools, library, Town Hall, and other buildings, it solicits bids from National Grid and other suppliers for the amount required at a fixed rate for one or two years. Now Harvard’s Energy Advisory Committee would like the town to extend its purchases to cover every residence and business within its jurisdiction.
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