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Selectmen Approve Bugaboo License Transfer

The Board of Selectmen voted unanimously at its October 17 meeting to transfer the all-alcohol beverage license held by the Bugaboo Creek restaurant at 124 on Medway Road (Rt. 109) from one corporate owner to another. The transfer is contingent upon the new owners paying $352.90 in unpaid personal property taxes.

"Nothing is going to change," attorney Joseph Devlin of Lynn told the board. Chairman Dino DeBartolomeis requested that the new owners consider "refreshing" the restaurant's sign. A moment of levity occurred after restaurant manager Brian Maguire reported that all of the "animatronic" animals at the restaurant were in working order. "I shudder to think what would happen if we lost the talking moose in Milford," joked Selectman Brian Murray.

Selectmen also approved a request from Priscilla Vargas to place a handicapped parking space in front of 36 Franklin St., and a request by the Alianca Cultural Portuguesa for a wine and malt beverages license for a family and community dinner being held from 5 p.m. to midnight on November 12 at the St. Mary's Church Parish Hall.

Town Counsel Gerald Moody reported back to selectmen in writing on the board's request about what residents could do to ensure that a contractor they hire is using undocumented workers. "A citizen who hires a contactor should specifically inquire of that contractor whether they use the I-9 or E-Verify system. If they refuse to answer that question or are unable to answer the question it might be concluded there is a strong possibility they are using illegal immigrants," Moody wrote.

Selectmen accepted, with regret, Loriann Braza-Butts' resignation from the Milford Youth Commission. The board also received the Neighborhood Task Force's results of its latest housing inspections:

• 25 Grove St., owned by Michael McIsaac of Milford: illegal dwelling unit, smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies, and Fire Department violations.

• 45 Grove St., owned by Maria Goncalves of Milford: contractor yard.

• 56 Grove St., owned by Nancy Doyle of that address: contractor yard and inoperable vehicle.

• 64 Grove St., owned by John MacClennan of Cambridge: questionable egress and smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies.

• 32 Church St., owned by Marcus Coehlo of that address: unregistered vehicles.

• 7 Poplar St., owned by Jossei Deoliviera of Milford: contractor yard and smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies.

• 15 Poplar St., owned by David Myers of that address: illegal dwelling unit and smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies.

• 12 Water St., owned by Thomas Roche of Bass Rover: non-conforming egress, testing/certification of egress, hazardous electrical, and smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies.

• 36 Water St., owned by Manuel Barros of Milford: non-conforming egress, testing/certification of egress, and illegal dwelling unit.

• 44 Water St., owned by Stephen Babin of Uxbridge: non-conforming egress, testing/certification of egress, contractor yard, and smoke/carbon monoxide detector deficiencies.

Town Administrator Louis Celozzi told the board that the town was receiving a $10,644 refund from its workers' compensation insurance company for the period from July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011.




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