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Friday, September 29, 2023

Inflation drives assumptions guiding preliminary fiscal 2025 forecast and budget

There’s no way to put together an annual budget without making assumptions about what’s likely to happen 12 months from now, and at Tuesday’s Finance Committee meeting, Finance Director Jared Mullane explained the assumptions behind his preliminary forecast of a nearly $1 million deficit in fiscal 2025.

Friday, September 29, 2023

New regulations require landlords to test water quality at tenant request

Starting next month, owners of rental properties will be required to provide water quality test results to occupants upon request.

Friday, September 29, 2023

CPIC pushes back on Planning Board’s $100K request to update Master Plan

This year’s review of capital requests got off to a rocky start on Sept. 21, when Capital Planning and Investment Committee members balked at the price tag and questioned the urgency of updating the town’s Master Plan. 

Friday, September 22, 2023

Police chief seeks civilian agents for traffic safety details

With fewer and fewer people available to serve as reserve police officers, Police Chief James Babu has proposed hiring civilians to manage and direct traffic at work sites along public roads.

Friday, September 22, 2023

Select Board, School Committee look to fill slot after Cronin resigns

Sharlene Cronin resigned from the School Committee effective Aug. 31. Cronin was first elected to the School Committee in 2018 and reelected in 2021.

Friday, September 22, 2023

Study shows town has too few athletic fields, suggests converting one to synthetic turf

A draft report by Gale Associates concluded that town athletic fields, while in fair condition, are overused. Gale’s suggestion is to convert at least one rectangular playing field to synthetic turf, which will withstand heavier use, and possibly add lighting to extend availability.

Friday, September 22, 2023

Select Board wants newer data for fiscal 2025 cost-of-living adjustment

Next year’s cost-of-living adjustment recommendation of 5.48%, approved by the Personnel Board last week, was met with skepticism at the Sept. 19 Select Board meeting.

Friday, September 15, 2023

Budgeting for fiscal 2025 begins as expenses outpace expected revenue

Barely two months after the start of fiscal 2024, departments and committees are already scrambling to prepare budgets for the next year, due Oct. 6, just three weeks from now. And like the ominous rain clouds of the past week, surging costs threaten to swamp town revenues to a degree that could require a property tax override.

Friday, September 15, 2023

School Committee approves new jobs linked to district finances

At its past two meetings, the School Committee has voted to approve two new job positions for the school district’s central office. Both will give added prominence to the management of school finances.

Friday, September 15, 2023

State’s vehicle census dashboard shows progress toward reducing emissions

According to a state vehicle census, Harvard is making progress toward reducing its contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. 

Friday, September 15, 2023

Manhunt startles neighborhood, leads to calls for better communication

Kathryn Costello was getting ready to run some errands last week when her adult daughter, Rachel, told her there was a police roadblock just down the street from their home on Finn Road. She had been out walking the family’s dog, and as she was coming back, she met a police officer. “Go home and stay inside,” Rachel said the officer told her.

Friday, September 15, 2023

Two 2023 surveys rank Bromfield among top 10 schools in state

Again this year, the Bromfield School is among the top 10 Massachusetts high schools, according to rankings in both U.S. News & World Report and Boston magazine.

Friday, September 15, 2023

MART to provide shuttle service to and from Littleton/495 commuter rail station

Harvard commuters are one step closer to leaving their vehicles at home. The town requested and received a quote from the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority for a shuttle service from two “drop-and-ride” locations in Harvard to the commuter rail station in Littleton. 

Friday, September 15, 2023

Cemetery Commission grants a request for green burial

Harvard’s three cemetery commissioners have made the decision to honor a couple’s request for green burials at Bellevue Cemetery, which was made several months ago.

Friday, September 15, 2023

Personnel Board recommends 5.48% cost of living adjustment for fiscal 2025

The Personnel Board voted unanimously at its Sept. 13 meeting to recommend a 5.48% cost of living adjustment to the fiscal 2025 wages of the town’s nonunion, noncontract employees. 

Friday, September 8, 2023

Assault suspect is captured on Hillcrest Drive following massive search

Late Tuesday afternoon, residents around Eldridge and Stow roads saw police cruisers gathering nearby and a state police helicopter hovering overhead. An announcement on the Harvard police Facebook page warned, “Please avoid the area.”

Friday, September 8, 2023

Unable to fill director position, schools sign contract with food service

Brendon Forrest is the temporary food service director for the Harvard school district, and he says his main goals are to offer food that is nutritious, appealing, and varied.

Friday, September 8, 2023

Select Board to ask Fall Town Meeting to approve room occupancy tax

When the Select Board met in June to discuss its goals for this fiscal year, high on its list was finding ways to generate revenue. To that end, the board voted at its Sept. 5 meeting to ask the town to approve a local option excise tax on short-term room rentals at this fall’s Town Meeting.

Friday, September 8, 2023

Select Board votes to allow nonresidents to join town committees

The Select Board has voted to allow nonresidents to become voting members of town committees. The vote at the board’s Aug. 22 meeting was unanimous, with the decision coming down to the town’s need to get as much help as possible.

Friday, September 1, 2023

Newman reappointed town constable, a modern office with a colonial legacy

Retired police officer Greg Newman has now served as Harvard’s constable for nearly 10 years, and at the Aug. 22 Select Board meeting he was appointed to another three-year term.


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