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Selectmen Discuss Appointing Interim Police Chief

Selectmen Chairman William Buckley suggested to his colleagues on April 22 that they begin to develop a process to appoint an interim police chief to serve from July 1 until a successor to Police Chief Thomas O’Loughlin is appointed. Rather than discussing a process, however, the two other selectmen [more]

Selection Committee Finalizes Chief ’s Job Description

In weekly meetings held on April 23 and April 30, the Police Chief Selection Committee finalized and approved an updated job description for the Police Chief ’s position. Once the Board of Selectmen and the Personnel Board approve the job description, the search committee plans to begin advertisin [more]

Selectmen Vote Not to Sell Watershed Lands

The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously on April 22 not to sell two parcels of town-owned land located in the Charles River watershed area off Cedar St. (Rt. 85) and Rt. I-495. The town received an unsolicited offer for the two parcels a few months ago. Over the past few months, the Planning Board, [more]

Mendon Budget, Ambulance, and Rezoning to be Voted Tonight

On Friday, May 3, Mendon’s Annual Town Meeting is scheduled to take place at Miscoe Hill School and begin at 7 p.m. Among the 33 articles on the warrant are the new fiscal year budget, a new ambulance, and expanding the Highway Business zoning in two areas. Article 3 on the warrant is the new opera [more]

St. Gabriel’s and United Parish Community Youth Event, May 5

REFUGE Youth Event, sponsored by United Parish and St. Gabriel’s Church will be held on Sunday, May 5 from 1 to 8 p.m. at United Parish. All teens in grades 7 through 12 are invited for an afternoon of fun, food and self-discovery at this ecumenical event designed to help young people deal with depr [more]

New Selectman and Marijuana Question to be Determined on Election Day in Upton

Upton voters will determine their new Selectman and whether or not to prohibit the sale of retail marijuana during the Annual Town Election scheduled for May 14. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Nipmuc Regional High School. Three residents are vying for the three-year Selectman’s seat an [more]

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