Category archives for: Board of Selectmen

Shrewsbury Town Election Statement of the Board of Selectmen on its Unanimous Decision to Seek a Proposition 2-1/2 Operational Override Question

Shrewsbury Town Election Statement of the Board of Selectmen on its Unanimous Decision to Seek a Proposition 2-1/2 Operational Override Question

The Board of Selectmen unanimously voted at its April 15, 2014, meeting to call for a Special Town Election on Tuesday June 3, 2014 from 7 AM to 8 PM for the sole purpose of asking the voters to consider a $5.5 Million Proposition Two and One-Half Operational Override question. The Board also unanimously voted [...]

Shrewsbury sewer line breaks – residents asked to dry up.

Shrewsbury sewer line breaks – residents asked to dry up.

SHREWSBURY, Massachusetts – The town has announced a sewer line break in the main line to the Westboro Treatment station. As a result, residents are asked to curb all non-essential water use on Tuesday, Wed., and Thursday 3/8-10, so that the line can be repaired. “Resulting from the rain event over the period of March [...]

Shrewsbury to hold hearings on target zoning

Shrewsbury to hold hearings on target zoning

SHREWSBURY, Massachusetts – The town will hold it’s first public hearing this evening at the planning board, to discuss the potential rezoning of two parcels of land by town meeting in May. The first parcel is the Glavin Center, on Lake Street, which had, in the past been slated for closure by the Commonwealth.   [...]

Shrewsbury boards hold annual joint meeting

Shrewsbury boards hold annual joint meeting

SHREWSBURY, Massachusetts – Members of the Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee, and School Committee met yesterday with the town manager Dan Morgado, to go over their preliminary budget figures, as the town moves towards finalizing it’s budget recommendations for Town Meeting approval. Overall the preliminary figures look a bit better than one might have expected, [...]

Selectmen sign town meeting warrant

Selectmen sign town meeting warrant

Courtesy of the Shrewsbury Chronicle, Jeff Malachowski, Staff Writer Selectmen signed a 10-article special Town Meeting warrant Monday night, which includes the elimination of the $12.2 million request for the renovation and expansion of the Shrewsbury Public Library. The article requesting $12.2 million for the library project was replaced with a presentation from library officials [...]

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