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After one of the shortest municipal building use debates in recent memory, the School Committee voted unanimously this week to tell the selectmen it is not interested in moving school administration offices to the second floor of Town Hall.

Getting a liquor license in Harvard became simpler and cheaper with a vote of the selectmen on Sept. 22.

Next week, on Tuesday, Oct. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in the Hapgood Room of the old library, residents are invited to tell the selectmen how they think the 2,200-square-foot meeting room of upper Town Hall should be used.

The Municipal Affordable Housing Trust has suggested that Bromfield House, the circa 1914 building that houses school administrative offices, might be used for affordable housing.

Drug-sniffing dogs will be making a return visit—perhaps several visits—to the Bromfield School this fall.


Pitching in

Pitching in

Members of the Conservation Trust empty their haul into a crate at the Community Harvest Project on Prospect Hill Road, Sept. 26. From left: Peter Dorward, Robin Carlaw, Pam Durrant, and Margaret Nestler. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)



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October 2, 2015
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