A bill was recently signed into law by Governor Patrick, allowing for community shared solar energy systems within Harvard to be exempt from taxes.
From the Boards
Project manager Steve Laferriere, of Metro West Collaborative Development, was about five minutes into his presentation about affordable rental housing at 166 Littleton Road when the interruptions began.
An apple a day for those in need in Worcester County will soon be a lot easier to come by, thanks to Earl and Victoria McEvoy’s donation of 75 acres of Harvard land to Community Harvest Project.
The kindergarten wing’s problems commanded the attention of two board meetings Tuesday night as School officials appeared first before the Board of Health and later the Board of Selectmen.
At its first meeting on Nov. 17, the newly formed Town Hall Construction Committee (THCC) got down to business promptly.
At its Monday night meeting, the Planning Board approved a fifth volunteer for a seat on its commercial design standards task force.
In an attempt to create better communication with the public, the selectmen will try something new.
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Sights on safety
Harvard EMTs hosted two Webelos Scout troops for a Readyman Badge Day, Nov. 16. To earn this badge, Scouts attended demonstrations on fire safety, first-aid awareness including choking and bleeding control, hands-on CPR, and cardiac/respiratory/environmental emergencies. Clockwise from left: Alec Vilain, John Zobbi, Keith Taylor, Isaac Mitchell, Tafara Vera, and student EMTs, Jenny Specht, Will Sennott, and Emma Kenney-Pessia. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
What do YOU think about a pending agreement between Charter Communications and Comcast that will result in Comcast becoming the Internet service provider for most homes in Harvard?
Photos by Lisa Aciukewicz
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