Thursday, February 21, 2019

Press wins first-place New England press award for 2018 coverage of new school plans and debate

The Harvard Press won first place at the New England Newspaper & Press Association Convention in Boston Feb. 16 in a three-way final contest for best government reporting among small-circulation weeklies.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Budget deficit narrows; funding for second COA van remains contentious

The town’s estimate of how much money it will need to operate next fiscal year dropped slightly last week, but a substantial deficit remains and getting rid of it will be painful.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Harvard-Devens Jurisdiction Committee takes the lead in planning for Devens’ future

The Harvard-Devens Jurisdiction Committee has begun coordinating with representatives of MassDevelopment, Devens, Ayer, and Shirley to hire an expert consultant and develop a plan for the future of Devens.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

It can happen here: Student newspaper confronts sexual harassment

The Bromfield Mirror, the school’s student newspaper, tackled the local side of a national problem in its most recent edition. Some Bromfield students face sexual harassment, the Mirror reported, and they often feel school authorities don’t do enough to halt it.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

HES Update: MSBA finds fault with latest design submission

A major report on the elementary school project, sent to the Massachusetts School Building Authority early in December, fell short of the MSBA’s expectations, according to the authority’s written response.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

MassDevelopment names new senior VP to oversee Devens operations

MassDevelopment has hired Jessica Strunkin, formerly of 495/MetroWest Partnership, as its new senior vice president of operations for Devens, where she began work Feb. 11.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Town wins Complete Street grant to refurbish and add to town center sidewalks

Department of Public Works Director Tim Kilhart told the Select Board at its Feb. 4 meeting that the town received a $370,000 grant from the state’s Complete Streets Funding Program for new and refurbished sidewalks in the center of town.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Harvard’s farmers come together to discuss risks of climate change

Orchards, farms, forests, bees, livestock—what risks does climate change pose to each of these elements of Harvard’s agricultural landscape? That was the topic of the first of two workshops, this one held in upper Town Hall Feb. 2.

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Green will not run for School Committee again

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Molloy proposes name change for October holiday

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Cut or override? Select Board sends unfinished budget to Finance Committee

Presented with a draft fiscal 2020 budget that is in deficit by several hundred thousand dollars, the Select Board voted Tuesday night to send the unbalanced package to the Finance Committee, leaving it to FinCom’s seven appointed members to recommend next steps, including a possible Proposition 2½ general tax override.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Capital committee OKs money to purchase Willard Lane land

Returning to its one remaining request for fiscal 2020 money, the Capital Planning and Investment Committee recommended last week that $100,000 be transferred from the town’s capital fund to the Conservation Commission to help purchase more than 23 acres of conservation land in Still River.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Agricultural Advisory Commission recommends changes to proposed erosion control bylaw

The Agricultural Advisory Commission has proposed a number of changes to the Planning Board’s erosion control bylaw draft. Commissioners suggested reducing the restrictions that the bylaw would place on Harvard residents.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Personnel Board sets ceiling on merit pay for nonunion workers

Harvard employs 38 people described as nonunion, nonstipend, noncontract workers. For all of them, the town’s tight fiscal 2020 budget poses an uncertain future.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Parks and Rec votes to permit skating lessons at town center ice rink

Harvard kids and parents who aspire to skate like Nancy Kerrigan might want to pray to the gods of winter for the return of old-timey February temperatures.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

School budget poses complex problems for FinCom, Select Board

The proposed school budget for fiscal 2020 comes in a 42-page booklet with budget summaries, appendices, a list of outside funding sources, tables showing enrollments and salary schedules, and graphs. The town’s Select Board, School Committee, and Finance Committee discussed this mountain of information with school administrators for more than two hours last Saturday morning in upper Town Hall..

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Growing old in Harvard: As senior population continues to rise, how will Harvard respond?

The first baby boomer came into this world sometime in 1946 and the last one arrived 18 years later. That first boomer turned 65 in 2011, marking the start of an unprecedented nationwide demographic shift that is now well underway in Harvard.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

CPC backs old library roof repair and infuses Conservation Commission fund

The Community Preservation Committee will fund seven projects in the coming fiscal year totaling $345,456, including money to help pay for repairs to the old library roof and a cash infusion to the fund used by the Conservation Commission to purchase land.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Traphagen will resign from School Committee

As Monday’s School Committee meeting drew to a close, Chair Mary Traphagen announced that she will step down from the committee at the end of February, after serving nearly four years on the board and two years as chair.

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Town center ready for ice capades

It’s time to lace up your skates for a spin on the town ice rink next to the General Store.

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