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Friday, February 23, 2024

Select Board approves two-tier override, rejects larger ‘full-growth’ option

Harvard’s levy on residential and business properties will increase next fiscal year, as it typically does, but despite the best efforts of the Finance Department and Finance Committee, the amount of increase allowed by the state’s Proposition 2½ won’t be enough to cover next year’s expenses without serious cuts to spending, layoffs, or the curtailment of services.

Friday, February 23, 2024

Framework committee sends plan for new housing at Vicksburg Square to MassDevelopment

If MassDevelopment and the Devens framework committee can find a way to work together, voters in Ayer, Harvard, and Shirley could be asked later this year to clear a path for the development of new housing at Vicksburg Square in Devens, adding hundreds of apartments and condos to the region’s sparse inventory of places to live.

Friday, February 23, 2024

Only one contested race so far in April Town Election

Nomination papers for open positions on the elective town boards and committees were due earlier this week. As of the deadline, six people had filed their papers for the eight open positions. Only one office—that of town moderator—has two candidates competing for it.

Friday, February 23, 2024

Latest DPW renovation estimate just over $10 million

The good news is that the latest cost estimate for the replacement of three Department of Public Works buildings and the renovation of one building has not gone up much since the previous estimate. The bad news is that it has not gone down much either. 

Friday, February 23, 2024

DPW returns broken recycling compactor to service Feb. 24

A broken piston in the mixed recycling compactor at the Transfer Station forced that piece of equipment to be shut down a few weeks ago. 

Friday, February 16, 2024

Steward says it has no plans to close Nashoba; Eldridge encouraged by state’s scrutiny

A Steward Health Care representative said Tuesday that in spite of the challenges of operating a community hospital in Massachusetts, the organization has no plans to close Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer.

Friday, February 16, 2024

FinCom hears plans for balanced budget with reduced override

Town administration and school officials told the Finance Committee Tuesday afternoon they would use any dollars beyond those required to maintain their current operations to fill critical slots in their organizations.

Friday, February 16, 2024

Board selects parcel near Route 2 for multifamily zone, bylaw vote April 6

The Planning Board has chosen an 8-acre parcel near the Route 2 interchange, across from Dunkin’ Donuts, as the town’s multifamily district. The board chose the site over two others, one on Littleton County Road and the other near Alltown Fresh on Ayer Road.

Friday, February 16, 2024

School Committee wants Bromfield House and extended lease for Afghans

Meeting just a week after the Select Board voted to take the first step toward selling Bromfield House, School Committee members voted unanimously Monday to reaffirm their commitment to keeping both the house and the land. 

Friday, February 16, 2024

DPW facility renovation on the warrant for April 6 Town Meeting

A big-ticket item was just added to this spring’s Annual Town Meeting warrant: a Department of Public Works project that includes rebuilding three areas of the facility and making minor improvements to a fourth.

Friday, February 16, 2024

School Committee reluctantly pares back plans for new hires

The School Committee spent much of its Feb. 12 meeting debating how to respond to the Select Board’s current plan for a two-tiered override, neither tier of which is enough to meet the committee’s full budget request of $16,230,250 for fiscal 2025. 

Friday, February 16, 2024

Town found in violation of state labor relation law

On Feb. 1, a hearing officer for the state’s Department of Labor Relations ruled that the town of Harvard violated a section of state law three years ago. 

Friday, February 16, 2024

Discovery of trash under DPW building complicates design of new facility, landfill capping

Closing the old town landfill just got more complicated. Trash, in some cases more than 10 feet deep, has been found buried in the ground near the pole barn at the Department of Public Works, well beyond what had been considered to be the boundaries of the old landfill.

Friday, February 16, 2024

Solar- and battery-powered electricity provide alternatives to fossil fuels

On Feb. 6, the Harvard Climate Initiative Committee sponsored an online event to spread awareness about solar energy options for town residents. The options presented were home batteries for storing electricity and community solar farms.

Friday, February 9, 2024

Select Board ponders override

This week it was the Select Board’s turn to grapple with the challenges of the fiscal 2025 budget and the two-layer fiscal cake handed them by the Finance Committee.

Friday, February 9, 2024

Plans for Devens-Harvard connector path stall as proponents and stakeholders wrangle

Two years after it was first presented at a public input session, a nascent plan for a pedestrian and bicycle path connecting Devens from the Red Tail golf course to Harvard at Old Mill Road has not advanced significantly. 

Friday, February 9, 2024

Steward executive says hospitals will not close; officials’ concerns unresolved

Steward Health Care announced last week it had secured a deal to help stabilize operations and keep its Massachusetts hospitals open for now. 

Friday, February 9, 2024

Residents react to possible hospital closure

“It would be devastating,” was longtime Harvard resident Mabel Sawyer’s reaction to the possible closure of Nashoba Valley Medical Center. “I depend on Nashoba for so much. … It is critical to the whole area.”

Friday, February 9, 2024

Select Board takes first step to sell Bromfield House

The Select Board took a major step toward the sale of Bromfield House this week, voting 4-1 to declare the house surplus property. 

Friday, February 9, 2024

Vision for athletic fields and future complex at Harvard Woods takes shape

Five months ago, in a report to the town, Gale Associates concluded that Harvard needed at least one more full-sized multipurpose rectangular athletic field.


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