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Lazy days of summer
Beachgoers enjoy a relaxing afternoon at Bare Hill Pond, Monday, June 26, with nothing but summer stretching out before them. As one beachgoer, Kate Squire, quipped, “I like to think of June as the Friday night of summer.” (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
A scant quorum of the 9-member Hildreth Elementary School Building Committee voted unanimously Tuesday, June 27, to approve a report compiled by the architectural firm Arrowstreet, that will, if all goes well, move the school project from the feasibility phase to the schematic design phase.
Harvard has a new town clerk, Marlene Kenney of Hillcrest Drive, a longtime resident.
Construction at The Elms, a nine-unit subsidized rental development, is nearing completion, and CHOICE, the development arm of the Chelmsford Housing Authority, is now accepting applications for the units.
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