I just discovered that two recent stories didn’t show up under “News” stories headings. That means some of you who follow News or Government News on the blog likely missed them. And there’s an update on tomorrow night’s Planning Board meeting.
Did you know that Independent is a party affiliation, which is different than being unenrolled? And are you sure which way you are registered?
About 500 acres of priority land has been lost to development in last 7 years. None has been protected.
Open Space members hope residents will help them buck that trend.
The Town of Southborough Scholarship Committee has announced three scholarship opportunities. Only Southborough residents are eligible.
A list of board and committee meetings for the week with my selected highlights from the agendas.
Good news on the initiative to save 9-11 Memorial Field.
Last night, the Board of Selectmen announced that they had approved a Preservation Restriction on 84 Main Street.
Selectmen agreed that the spot wasn’t the best choice. Still, they voted to provide a letter of non-opposition to the dispensary.
Upcoming hearings cover a controversial solar installation and changes to Solar and Over 55 development bylaws.
Yesterday, I informed readers that selectmen will be addressing a potential Medical Marijuana dispensary in Town at their Tuesday meeting.
The news not only stirred up controversy in the comments, it spurned an online petition.
Above: A vote that may impact the Burnett estate’s fate is scheduled for the next Board of Selectmen meeting. Meanwhile, an item publicly announced for discussion (Flagg Road) isn’t posted.
Southborough Wicked Local reports that the Route 9 Water Main project is still under way.
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