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Emergency medical technician cadets Luke Wharton (left) and Joey Calabresi act as injured passengers in the biennial mock accident held at Bromfield. The mock accident is enacted the week before prom in front of the juniors and seniors and shows the response of police, firefighters, and EMTs to a serious car crash. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
While a majority of the comments heard at Charter Commission forums have dealt with the altered election cycles and terms of office, other changes that would fundamentally shift the organization and responsibilities of town boards and administrative staff have received less attention.
On Tuesday evening, the Board of Selectmen reviewed and approved the Planning Board’s revised Housing Production Plan (HPP). Now the plan will be sent to the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development.
In light of the June 8 deadline for choosing a schematic design for Hildreth Elementary School, Superintendent Linda Dwight urged the School Building Committee to take significant steps toward that decision by narrowing down the four alternative plans.
The crumbling concrete, illegible plaques, and unsightly flagpole that comprise the World War I memorial on the Common will soon be restored, thanks to the work of the War Monument Restoration Committee.
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