In the media: The latest Southborough headlines

For those of you who haven’t see the headlines, here’s a recap of the news from the past two weeks while I’ve been away. All are from the Metrowest Daily News. Follow the links to read the full articles.

Contractor’s slip-up delays vote on Southborough primate center expansion
A contractor’s failure to submit a plan on handling stormwater is causing headaches for New England Primate Research Center representatives looking to break ground on three new buildings at the 130-acre facility. (more)

Southborough needs part-time planner to fill in
Planning Board members decided Monday night to solicit applications for a temporary, part-time town planner after a two-month search failed to yield the right candidate. (more)

Southborough officials release redacted meeting minutes
Selectmen last night offered the public little insight into what went on in the October closed-door session to discuss alleged remarks made about then-interim Police Chief Jane Moran. (more)

Southborough needs more money to paint water tanks
The 1930s-era water tower looming over the woods east of Oak Hill Road is slated for a new paint job, but Public Works Superintendent Karen Galligan said yesterday that the task is not as simple as it sounds. (more)

Neighbors still battling St. Mark’s in Southborough
St. Mark’s School is still getting heat from neighbors even though selectmen said charter buses and trucks can use School Street and Latisquama Road to reach the school’s delivery entrance, its lawyer says. (more)

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Steve Wamback
13 years ago

This is a great feature, Sue.

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