Approximately 150 citizens attended Saturday afternoon’s second session of 2022 Annual Town Meeting in Cronin Auditorium, taking no action on one of the warrant’s seven articles but approving the remaining six.
At Fall Town Meeting, Saturday, Oct. 1, at the Bromfield School, voters will be asked to approve seven articles put forward by the Select Board and other town committees.
Citing enough activities to be a small business, the Parks and Recreation Commission is asking the town to approve a new combined recreation and beach director position.
Townspeople may feel they have voted more often on the future of Bromfield House than on any other issue except possibly the town budget.
MassDevelopment CEO Dan Rivera appeared before the Select Boards of both Harvard and Ayer last week to explain why the agency had withdrawn from talks about the future of Devens and what support it would provide for those discussions in coming months and years.
The Common has gained a new, healthy evergreen tree, replacing the diseased blue spruce that served as the town’s holiday tree for the past five years.
The $1.3 million project to replace the old library roof and address other issues that were allowing water to leak into the building for years is nearly complete.
Avid reader and sports fan, active in town recreation programs
Respected attorney, devoted to family and friends
2014 Citizen of Note, 25-year member of Conservation Commission, world traveler
Architect and builder, avid runner and sailor
Sociologist, physical therapist, outdoor enthusiast
Scientist, active supporter of liberal causes
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