Selectmen attempted to reverse an Open Meeting Law violation this winter. Southborough Wicked Local reports that the Attorney General’s office determined their actions weren’t sufficient.
I’ve summarized the articles, focusing on what I consider “new business” voters will need to decide.
I have been made aware of an active misinformation campaign against the Demolition Delay Bylaw.
Library Trustees have issued their public invitation to the annual town Candidate’s Night.
T&G reports that former police officer Michael Crenshaw filed suit against the Southborough Police Department and town employees.
Yesterday was the filing deadline for this May’s Town election.
A list of board and committee meetings for the week.
Southborough Wicked Local has posted three stories on selectmen’s votes this week.
If you’re considering a run for town office, act quick. There is now less than three days to pull papers, and only six days to file them.
The Planning Board plans to present one bylaw to Town Meeting this April. But it may not be the one you were expecting.
State Representative Carolyn Dykema will hold office hours on Friday, March 20, and she invites Southborough residents to stop by.
If you own a dog in Southborough and it’s more than six months old, you need to get a license for it each year.
According to members, the “Cows future is still uncertain”.
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