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Selectmen Meet in Record Time

by Bobby Blair
April 27, 2017

Selectmen Wednesday night approved an updated Family and Medical Leave Policy. The policy had input from town counsel relative to federal laws. Town Administrator Jeff Ritter noted that two bids had been received for the demolition of Flagg School with the low bidder coming in at $625k. The bids will be reviewed before a final choice is made at the next selectmen's meeting.

Attorney Peter Barbieri, representing the owners of New England Industrial Park, attended the continued hearing regarding the town's acceptance of Barzak Drive as a public way. Selectmen approved Barbieri's request contingent upon the conservation commission's approval.

Several contracts were awarded for work at 1750 Washington Street. Timothy McGrath will do a bathroom renovation to make it handicapped accessible for 26K and Mason Steve Gallagher will be paid 10k for making handicapped ramps accessible

The meeting adjourned in a record 23 minutes.

 

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