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Senior Center renovation proposed to expand capacity for the growing population served

February 15, 2018 11:20:47 AM
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The Council on Aging is seeking support for renovations to the Southborough Senior Center. Town Meeting voters will be asked to fund $30,000 in engineering work. It would be phase 1 in plans to expand out the front of the center and improve facilities.

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Golf Course: Town seeking input on new name (Southborough Golf Club?) and moving ahead with funding articles

February 13, 2018 11:15:58 AM
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The Board of Selectmen plan to vote on a new name for the St. Mark’s Golf Course at their February 27th meeting. Before that, the community is invited to send in their suggestions and thoughts.

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Town Meeting: Potential articles on Town Manager, Zoning bylaw changes, Golf Course and more

February 12, 2018 04:41:14 PM
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Last week, the Board of Selectmen discussed and closed the Warrant for Annual Town Meeting. Consider it a heads up on items you may want to stay tuned for more information on.

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Town Budget may trigger Transfer Station fee changes/hikes

February 9, 2018 07:30:13 AM
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As one way of keeping the Town’s tax increase down, the Treasurer is recommending hiking overall fees collected for Transfer Station use. That may include new fees for seniors, but whose fees would increase by how much is undetermined.

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SWL: Police Chief pushes for staff increase

January 8, 2018 08:44:08 AM

Town Meeting is months away, but Town officials are already busy working on the budget for Fiscal Year 2019. Last week, Selectmen heard Police Chief Ken Paulhus’ request for $80,000 to hire a new officer.

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