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Day: December 14, 2017

Boards Commend Civil Electorate… Dec. 15, 2017

Boards Commend Civil Electorate By Nan Shnitzler Selectmen, Advisory Committee and the Town Moderator on Dec. 7 discussed the special Town Meeting that was called by citizens petition on Nov. 27 to determine whether the town should buy Camp Virginia, a 56-acre former Girl Scout camp on Hudson Road. Discussants agreed the meeting was well…

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Country Cupboard to Undergo Facelift… Dec. 15, 2017

Country Cupboard to Undergo Facelift By Nan Shnitzler In anticipation of incorporating a Dunkin’ Donuts into the Country Cupboard store on Main St., the Houde family, owners of the entire building (as well as the property to the east), are planning to renovate the façade and the store’s interior in a plan designed by Tuck…

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IN BRIEF: Board of Selectmen Dec. 7. 2017

IN BRIEF Board of Selectmen Dec. 7 Reserve officer chosen for full-time position Per the selectmen’s previous approval to sponsor a Bolton reserve police officer to the full-time police academy in exchange for staying in Bolton for five years, Police Chief Warren Nelson reported that reserve officer Jeffrey White was selected by the hiring committee,…

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Budget numbers and Pre-K at School Comm… Dec. 15 2017

Clarification… In last week’s School Committee article related to the integrated pre-school program changes, the article stated, “Legally, Nashoba must limit the number of role models…” To clarify, the ratios must be based on the regulations set forth by the Mass. Dept of Ed. The regulations (603 CMR 28.06(7). state: “For public school programs that…

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Bolton Police Report… Dec. 15, 2017

Compiled by Lynda King Excerpts from the Public Safety Logs. Please note, arrests are made based on probable cause but do not determine  guilt or innocence until proven in court. Police Log: Dec. 4 – Dec. 10 During the week police made 26 traffic stops, which resulted in nine citations and 17 verbal warnings. They…

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Calendar… Dec. 15, 2017

NRHS HOLIDAY CONCERT On Friday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m., the Nashoba Music Department will present a combined band and choir holiday concert. Pieces that will be performed include such classics as “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Carol of the Bells,” a “Hanukkah Festival,” and “Mary Did You Know.” At the end of the performance, all…

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