Thursday, May 17, 2018

New charter takes hold; Select Board to plan transition

With a majority having voted for its adoption at Town Election last week, Harvard’s new charter is now the town’s governing document, posing new challenges for the town’s executive board, to be known now as Harvard’s Select Board.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Historical Commission ponders bylaw affecting new school

What has about 15 sides (it’s hard to tell exactly), is shaped rather like a cubist drawing of a horse’s head, and might affect the future elementary school? Answer: the Harvard Common Historic District.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Town receives grant to fund half of old library accessible entrance

The Massachusetts Cultural Facilities Fund awarded a grant of $192,000 to Harvard last week, which will be used to help pay for the old library’s accessible center entrance project.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Snyer to take over as facilities director for schools

In early June Jonathan Snyer will become the new facilities director for Harvard’s schools. Superintendent Linda Dwight announced his hiring to the School Committee at its May 14 meeting.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Old library roof may need replacing

The old library needs a new roof. That’s the opinion of Charles Curran, president of Paul E. Dutelle Co. Inc., the roofing contractor that has maintained the old library’s slate roof for years.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Town Election: New school, town Charter win at polls, as do several write-ins

One of the most hotly contested proposals in recent memory, whether or not to fund a new elementary school, brought 46 percent (2,033) of Harvard’s 4,412 registered voters to the polls Tuesday, May 8.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Hundreds turn out for Town Meeting to approve new elementary school, $26 million budget, and more

The 2018 Annual Town Meeting was one for the history books, drawing the largest turnout in 20 years, approving the largest building project ever undertaken by Harvard taxpayers, and passing dozens of appropriations and bylaw changes.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

New elementary school passes at Town Meeting and Election

“We’re getting a new school,” Moderator Bob Eubank announced to Town Meeting attendees Saturday afternoon as he reported that Article 25, which called for borrowing more than $53 million to build a new Hildreth Elementary School, had passed with 727 in favor, 282 opposed—about 50 votes more than the two-thirds majority that the measure required.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

Marijuana bylaws pass with amendments

Two bylaws regulating the cultivation and sale of marijuana in Harvard passed at Saturday’s Annual Town Meeting, following a spirited discussion and some amendments.

Thursday, May 10, 2018

2018 Town Meeting Votes at a Glance


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