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Ryan Clapp Becomes Town's New Conservation Agent

by Bobby Blair
February 6, 2018

 

Town Administrator, Jeff Ritter announced Wednesday night the town had received a $6,000 grant from the state which will be used to offset the $30,000 expense of replacing doors at town hall. Ritter noted that McMahon Associates will begin again the process of placing traffic lights in downtown around the middle of March.

Ryan Clapp, above, a graduate of Boston University was appointed as the town's new conservation agent. Clapp will replace Chuck Kutuska who returned to the agents job after he retired. The position had been filled after Kutuska retired but two agents stepped down. Clapp said he had worked in the town of Foxboro and for a private contractor but was looking for something more stable.

Representatives of Russo Barr Associates of Woburn appeared before the board to present their qualifications to over see bidders for work to be done on the public library relative to the replacement of the roof  The board took no action.

Margaret Fitzpatrick presented her 2018/19 budget request which came within recommended quidelines. Fitzpatrick is the Director of the town's Youth & Family Services Department.

Sgt. George Leurini presented his requested budget which also came within guide lines. Leurini heads up the town's Auxiliary Police Force. The department logged 1,838 hours during the past year for a savings to the town of $96,259 if these hours were paid as overtime.

 

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