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Under hazy skies, town officials broke ceremonial ground Monday afternoon on a new $4.3 million police station on Middle Road. Selectmen Chairman Kevin Gaspar Sr. said the "cost-effective" project will pull police facilities "out of the 19th century
After seemingly resolving the problem earlier this year, selectmen continued to wrestle with the town's willingness to maintain and plow unapproved roadways, but settled little. A referendum vote in April to authorize the town to remove snow and ice
Selectmen have scheduled the annual Fall Town Meeting at 7 p.m...On the recommendation of Selectman Peter Teitelbaum, the board extended by one week to Aug. 15 the deadline for town departments, boards and/or committees to submit articles for the
An unposted meeting between Selectmen Chairwoman Lisa Pacheco and an unnamed business owner on Tuesday of last week caused sparks at Monday's meeting of the board. Selectmen Lee Baumgartner and Paul Sadeck objected to being left out of the loop;
Stonington This afternoon, Town Clerk Cynthia Ladwig finished certifying the signatures of 1,248 voters who have successfully forced the town to create a charter revision commission to look at changing the way Board of Finance members are elected.
Attorney Paige Kremser Stenrud will take over as the interim city clerk next month. Kremser Stenrud, who lives in Pleasant Hill with her husband and two children, is scheduled to be sworn in at the Aug. 4 City Council meeting. She was one of three
Selectmen on Monday awarded a $4.3 million contract to build a new police station to Nauset Construction Co. of Needham. The 11,000 square-foot station designed by Kaestle Boos Architects is scheduled for completion in September 2015. "The building
When town resident Clayton Harrison first began on the Zoning Board of Appeals, Lyndon B. Johnson was president and The Beatles were still making albums. Harrison, after some 48 years on the board, has stepped down...Selectmen at last Monday's
The search for city clerk has yielded five "qualified" applicants to add to an existing pool of 38. City Council President Joseph Lopes said the city's Personnel Department forwarded him the five applications after the process reopened June 11.
Rita Arruda started working at City Hall as a junior clerk the year she graduated from high school, and on Monday she worked her last day as city clerk before retiring. "I was very lucky," said Arruda, 66, who started in the clerk's office in 1966