Papa Gino’s Act II: As a Bedford Consumer, What do You Think?

Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

After 24 hours of curiosity, Papa Gino’s began to explain the abrupt nature of their store closings.

Calling the closures a “Stalking Horse Sale Agreement with Wynnchurch Capital,” the company’s new plan would

Increase investment in Papa Gino’s and D’Angelo Grilled Sandwiches Restaurants
Include remodeled, modernized and additional restaurants
The transaction will be pursued through court-supervised competitive sale process
One hundred seventy-eight (178) company and franchise restaurants throughout New England continue to serve guests daily

Bedford’s two affected restaurants remained closed on Monday. As a local consumer, what do you think?

Selectmen Give Go-Ahead to Bedford’s Recycling Contract Negotiations

By Dot Bergin

At their October 15 meeting, the Selectmen heard recommendations from Department of Public Works Director David Manugian, and the department’s Recycling Coordinator Ed McGrath, for moving to automated pickup of recycled materials. Residents would receive a 48-gallon cart (the same size as the refuse carts already in use) and a second cart for free, on request.

Greening Your Life ~ St. Pauls’ Green Team Adult Forum at 2 pm on Sunday, October 21

Submitted by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Image (c) http://www.projecteco.ro/

Our September observance of Creation Tide was an inspiration to many, calling attention to the grandeur and simple beauty of God’s Creation.

If you are like me, you want to be more attentive to, and responsible about, creation care in your daily life. But you, like me, may often have more questions than answers about the nuts and bolts of HOW to make changes that matter.

This month, the Green Team of St. Paul’s Church will host the monthly Adult Learning Forum, by offering a series of “mini-workshops” on different ways you can “go green.”

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