From the Boards
Eleven minutes and 20 seconds. That’s how long it took the 40 or so Harvard Town Caucus participants to nominate 23 candidates for this year’s town election.
When the St. Patrick’s Day Parade rolls down Broadway in South Boston next weekend, the big float from the Immaculate Heart of Mary School in Still River will probably be there.
As they wrapped up their deliberations this week, the selectmen could declare that their work on the 2014 Town Meeting warrant was nearly done. They had voted to support or not support all but one of the articles on which their opinion mattered.
Mosquito magnets, dumping kiddie pools, and staying indoors at dusk were some of the suggestions residents brought to the Board of Health’s vector-borne illness roundtable discussion on Feb. 25.
The tax status for Harvard Solar Garden I, now under construction on Ayer Road, is still being worked out.
Against all odds, the Finance Committee finished work on its Annual Town Meeting report last Saturday, just in time for the booklet to be formatted and sent to the printer.
Following in the footsteps of Town Hall (without the prospect of a painful Town Meeting vote), the Hildreth House Improvement Committee will return its schematic design to LLB Architects for a second pass.
The mystery of how Harvard’s wastewater management system processed about 100,000 gallons of wastewater over four days last November was solved.
The selectmen made quick work Monday night of the 55 articles submitted for the 2014 Town Meeting warrant, dropping two and replacing one, before closing and signing the document.
Coming to the table
Residents share their ideas about housing and conservation at a citizens’ roundtable hosted by the Master Plan Steering Committee March 4 in the Bromfield Library. The last of four roundtables will be held at Center on the Common, Saturday, March 8, at 9:30 a.m. and will focus on Devens and its impact on Harvard. The public is encouraged to participate. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)
Bromfield basketball players and fans alike are getting more than they bargained for out of first-year head coach Ryan Kilian.
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