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From left: Sixth-graders Sage Gendreau-Distler and Caroline Charland watch as Elaine Bretz, with a steady hand, successfully navigates the “Buzzwire” during the STEAM Museum event at Bromfield. (Photo by Tim Clark)
After dithering for weeks, the Parks and Recreation Commission voted Monday night to split the cost of doing fall maintenance on three town baseball fields with the Bromfield Baseball Boosters Club, continuing a five-year public-private partnership between the two organizations.
“It’s time to fold up our tent.” That was Housing@Hildreth House Committee Chair Rick Maiore’s opening line to the Select Board at its Oct. 8 meeting. Maiore was summoned to the meeting to discuss disbanding the committee, an idea presented to the board by Town Administrator Tim Bragan.
Two of the three wells that supply public drinking water to Devens now have no detectable levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS).
The nonprofit Community Harvest Project, which works to provide fresh fruit and vegetables to families in need throughout Worcester County, is seeking help from town boards and conservation groups to secure an agricultural preservation restriction to permanently protect its Harvard property.
The Harvard Conservation Trust alerted the Select Board this week to alleged violations of the town’s Scenic Road Bylaw.
The question of a street sign for the short section of road in town center often called “the no name street” came up at the Conservation Commission’s Oct. 3 meeting.
Ten marker buoys belonging to a Harvard resident and two hazard buoys placed by the harbormaster are thought to have been stolen from Bare Hill Pond on the weekend of Sept. 21.
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