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MWDN: Barn Hollow open space “compromise” rejected by OSPC

October 4, 2013 09:20:00 AM

At last night’s meeting, the Open Space Preservation Commission meeting decided to support accepting the Barn Hollow open space parcel at Monday night’s Special Town meeting. This is in lieu of accepting the compromise proposed earlier this week by Selectman John Rooney.

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MWDN: Barn Hollow open space problems may be resolved through compromise and committee appointments delayed

October 3, 2013 04:30:21 PM

There has been a lot of coverage of problems with Barn Hollow open space over the last two months. And it’s been a hot topic on the agendas of several town boards and committees.

Thanks to Selectman John Rooney, there may now be a compromise acceptable to all parties.

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Roundup of Planning Board business in the news (Updated)

September 30, 2013 02:21:15 PM

Two topics of recent stories by The Metrowest Daily News are relevant to the agenda for tonight’s Planning Board meeting.

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Board of Selectmen discuss their positions on motions for upcoming Special Town Meeting

September 19, 2013 11:30:00 AM

The Town of Southborough has finalized the articles slated for the October 7th Special Town Meeting. At their September 17 meeting, the Board of Selectmen discussed their official positions.

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Roundup of town committee and meeting news: Barn Hollow problems continue, fighting over Stonebrook construction, and concerns over charter school impact

September 16, 2013 10:00:00 AM

The Metrowest Daily News sometimes covers stories about town committees and meetings that I miss or don’t have time to do justice to.

Some of these stories are relevant to upcoming town committee meetings this week. So, here is the latest roundup ….

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MWDN: Southborough lacks a process to protect Open Space

August 12, 2013 04:16:33 PM

The Metrowest Daily News explored the issue behind tonight’s joint meeting between Selectmen, Advisory Committee and the Planning Board.

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