April Highlights: Selectmen, Finance Committee, and Planning Board

By Meredith McCulloch

Most Town boards have a reduced workload immediately following the March Annual Town Meeting, but many continue to meet regularly. Below are highlights from some meetings in April.

Selectmen: At the April 13 Selectmen’s Town Manger Rick Reed announced that Alison Cservenschi has been selected as the new Director of the Council on Aging.   She arrives at her new post on April 27.

Finance Committee: On April 15 Stephen Steele was elected chair of the Finance Committee for a second year. Ben Thomas will serve as Vice-Chair.  Barbara Perry, the Capital Expenditures liaison, reported that the committee hopes to meet with the Recreation Department in June to discuss their long-term capital needs.

Planning Board: At the Planning Board meeting on April 21 it was noted that the Keurig coffee company will be occupying the now empty building at 201 Burlington Road. While many boards have a reduced workload following Annual Town Meeting, the Planning Board remains very busy.  Glenn Garber, Planning Director, reported that proposed new projects come in regularly.

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