Thursday, May 23, 2019

Stakeholders seek consensus on design for town center patio, parking, and sidewalk

When the Parks and Recreation Commission came up with a plan to install a patio on the piece of land between the General Store and the Congregational Church this spring, little did it realize another project that included a redesign of the General Store parking lot was already underway.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Newly formed Devens steering committee debates representation for residents and businesses

The newly formed Devens steering committee will meet for the first time in June, to begin planning the eventual fate of Devens. But Devens residents and businesses won’t have a seat at the table.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

Yankee magazine picks two Harvard favorites as ‘Best of New England’

Our “drowsy little Harvard” appears not once, but twice as “Best of New England” in Yankee magazine’s May/June summer travel issue.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Bromfield ranked among top 10 schools in state

The Bromfield School is among the top 10 public high schools in Massachusetts, according to the 2019 U.S. News & World Report list that came out in late April.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

ConCom mulls plan for deer hunting on conservation land in fall

The Conservation Commission, through a subcommittee on deer management, is considering opening some selected conservation areas to bowhunting when the 2019 deer season begins next October.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Old library accessibility project nears end, but schedule slips

The project to restore the center entrance to the old library and make that entrance accessible, due to be completed June 1, is now scheduled for completion July 15.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Architect contract for Hildreth House Phase 2 rejected by Permanent Building Committee

A contract prepared by DiGiorgio Associates (DAI), the architect chosen to investigate alternative designs for Phase 2 of the Hildreth House renovation and expansion project, was rejected by the Permanent Building Committee.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

Building Committee chooses fire station study architect

At its May 15 meeting the Permanent Building Committee voted to choose Kaestle Boos Associates as the architectectural firm for the fire station feasibility study.

Thursday, May 16, 2019

DEP approves septic changes for new school

Thursday, May 16, 2019

School Committee elects Ruark as chair

Thursday, May 9, 2019

MassDEP warns of lower PFAS guidelines; Ayer, Devens, Harvard scramble to prepare

Officials in Ayer and Devens and two small public water supply owners in Harvard are scrambling to provide safe drinking water to consumers after the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection recently notified them it will likely lower acceptable PFAS levels from 70 parts per trillion to 20 ppt.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

2019 Town Meeting: From ‘ominous’ budget to marijuana ban, 312 citizens decide

Saturday morning’s wet and gloomy weather was sufficiently miserable to dampen spring games and keep residents from yard work, but not to send record numbers of registered voters to this year’s Annual Town Meeting in the Bromfield School gym May 4.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Ballot questions pass; election turnout lowest in eight years

Voting was a solitary experience in Harvard’s Town Election Tuesday morning at the Bromfield School. No candidates or supporters stood outside waving signs and greetings. At times, there was no one in the cafeteria except election workers.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Article 33: Marijuana retail ban fails

Article 33, a citizen petition aiming to ban the retail sale of marijuana, failed to pass at the May 4 Annual Town Meeting, after stirring up some of the meeting’s most heated debate.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Articles 23-3, 26-1: Old library ... historic treasure or financial drain?

Article 23-3, asking the town to approve borrowing $480,000 to replace the slate roof on the old library (subject to additional passage at the ballot box), was first up after a short lunch break.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Articles 22, 23, and 26: No bundling in Harvard

In preparation for Annual Town Meeting 2019, Town Administrator Tim Bragan, in consultation with Town Counsel Mark Lanza and with support of the Select Board, the Finance Committee, and the capital committee, devised a system to make things more efficient by bundling warrant articles with the same funding source into a single article.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Article 23-1: Attendees have plenty to say about Ayer Road study

Article 23-1 asked the town for $300,000 to fund a design and engineering study to repair and upgrade Ayer Road from Route 2 to the Ayer town line. Department of Public Works Director Tim Kilhart explained that the study would include the feasibility of adding sidewalks and a bike line to that section of the road to follow the state’s Complete Streets guidelines, a necessary step toward getting state funds for repaving the road.

Thursday, May 9, 2019

Articles 30 and 31: Fervent debate dooms erosion control bylaw again

Town Meeting considered two changes to the Protective Bylaw, a complex local law that deals with topics ranging from lot sizes to road signs. One of those changes—Article 31—proved to be among the more contentious of the daylong meeting. It sought to increase the protective measures against erosion an owner would have to take when clearing or grading land.

Thursday, May 2, 2019

2019 Annual Town Meeting Warrant in Plain English

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