Complete the 2024 Town survey by March 8th

Info collected from residents will help inform officials and voters for the upcoming Annual Town Meeting

The Town is requesting that residents participate in the annual survey.* Topics cover quality of life, departments and resources, and priorities for what you would like to see officials focus on.

This year, the survey also includes feedback on two issues that Town officials anticipate being topics at the Annual Town Meeting on March 23rd — MBTA Communities Zoning** and Dispatch staffing models. To help them prepare, and to inform other budget discussions, residents are asked to take part in time for them to compile results. Read the full article → from Complete the 2024 Town survey by March 8th

Planning Board hearings on zoning changes – Monday (Updated)

Look for changes to MBTA zoning draft bylaw language and one of the three maps for the initiative headed to Annual Town Meeting a month from today. Plus, hearings are already open on two smaller zoning changes on the Warrant.

On Monday night, the Planning Board will open its hearing on the proposed zoning bylaw for “MBTA Communities Multi-family Overlay District” (MCMOD). The hope is to gain public support, or make any revisions necessary to do that, prior to Annual Town Meeting on March 23rd. Read the full article → from Planning Board hearings on zoning changes – Monday (Updated)

Spring RAP: After school programs for K-8

Looking to sign kids up for after school fun? Registration is open for creative, educational, and athletic activities starting the week after next.

Yesterday, when I was looking at the summer camp offerings by Southborough Recreation, I realized that the next session of Southborough RAP (Recreation After-School Programs) for K-5th grade is about to start.  Some of the classes are already filled, but more than a dozen options are still available. Read the full article → from Spring RAP: After school programs for K-8

Prepare for Rec Camp registration opening March 2nd (Updated – Again)

Don't get shut out of signing kids up for the Town's Summer Camp this year. Here are the details, including alternative options to consider.

Rec Summer Camp (images from brochure)

Town’s Summer Camp quickly filled up the last two years. For the second year, they are giving Town residents a two day window to sign up kids before allowing the public at large. Read the full article → from Prepare for Rec Camp registration opening March 2nd (Updated – Again)

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