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For the birds?
Don Phillips checks out an Eastern screech owl held by Julie Ann Collier of Wingmasters as others snap cellphone pictures during an all-ages presentation on birds of prey at the Harvard Public Library, Feb. 16. Eastern screech owls can have gray or rust-colored plummage and are one of several owl species native to the Northeast. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
For the second year in a row, the Finance Committee has voted to recommend paying less for the services of a part-time planner in fiscal 2018 than the amount requested by the Planning Board.
When the Council on Aging reopens in Hildreth House March 1, the members of the 8 a.m. men’s coffee group might need that extra jolt of caffeine to navigate the new traffic patterns created while Hildreth was under renovation.
The Planning Board will soon hold a public hearing to consider an amendment to Harvard’s bylaws that would create a Design Review Board to guide development of projects in the town’s commercial district.
One of the fundamental questions in planning the Hildreth Elementary School renovation is to what degree does Harvard want the school to be energy efficient and sustainable.
Each summer, a few Harvard households volunteer to host an urban child for a week or more through the Fresh Air Fund. But this year, the number of participating households has significantly increased.
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