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Board of Health

• In the aftermath of the CVS/pharmacy chain decision to stop selling cigarettes and tobacco products, the board will not change its previous stance to not enact any local regulations banning drug stores from selling cigarettes (February 10)

• With the town's 10-year contract with the Wheelabrator Millbury, Inc. waste-to-energy plant due to expire in about 15 months, the board discussed the need to look at all options for trash disposal. Health Agent Paul Mazzuchelli said a collaborative of area towns negotiated the current contract with Wheelabrator, which began at $43 per ton, is now at $75 per ton, and is due to include additional costs if renewed for another 10 years. (February 10)

• Reported that 28 people attended its January 27 flu clinic, and 408 people attended three clinics held last year. Total attendance at flu clinics in 2009-2010 was 480, 353 in 2011 and 366 in 2012 (February 10)

Board of Selectmen

• Heard a brief request by Leo Sullivan of Global Companies, LLC of Waltham to make a presentation to the board on the idea of "electric aggregation" in which residents and businesses could pool their buying power to get lower electric rates than those charged by National Grid. Selectman Brian Murray directed Sullivan to send a proposal to Town Administrator Richard Villani to review on the board's behalf. (February 10)

• Granted a one-day liquor license to the Maspenock Rod and Gun Club for a February 22 party at its facility (February 10)

Planning Board

• Voted to provide a favorable recommendation to Town Meeting Members for the February 10 Special Town Meeting on a proposed Zoning By-Law amendment that would change the height limitation for public school buildings (January 28)

• Approved a waiver of site plan for Al Scioli of Mendon to operate a wholesale T-shirt company at 99 East Main St. (January 28)

• Voted to forward a favorable recommendation to the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) on a variance request by Sunshine Sign Company, Inc. to install a 25 square-foot, double-faced tenant panel sign for UniBank to the existing free-standing pylon sign for the Papelian Shopping Center at 93 Prospect St.


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