Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Enough Time for All The Questions!

The April 15th meeting of the Holliston Planning Board began as scheduled at 7:00pm. Chair David Thorn called for the re-opening of the Public Hearing on the proposed development at 555 Hopping Brook Road.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of April 19, 2021

It’s School Vacation. Patriots Day pushes some Town services and meetings back one day. Thursday is the Day to love our mother – Earth that is!

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Holliston Historical Society Presents Movie Night

Keep Thursday, April 22, 2021, open for another great movie, hosted by the Holliston Historical Society. The movie will start at 7:30 pm and will be followed by a discussion (via Zoom).

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Civics Sunday: Meet the Candidate; Richard Morse

Holliston has many things that add to our quality of life. The Rail Trail, Library, conservation land with its walking trails, Senior Center and Parks and Recreation Department all make Holliston a special place.

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“A Holliston Call to Duty,” The Book Is Available in Town

“A Holliston Call to Duty” is a tribute to military veterans from the small Massachusetts town of Holliston, thirty miles southwest of Boston. Little has been previously told about the lives of these men and women who were called in times of peace and war to the nation’s defense.

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Council on Aging Meets and Get To Know Director Lisa Borchetta

The April meeting of the Council on Aging (CoA) was held in the mostly refurbished Holliston Senior Center Great Room on Wednesday the 14th.

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Holliston Water Bills Arriving Soon

The quarterly water bills were mailed out Thursday, April 15, 2021. This bill reflects water usage for the period January to March 2021 and any arrears.

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Our Open Places- An Introduction to a Continuing Series

For the past 12 months people have chosen to go outside as a way to break up the monotony of quarantining during the COVID pandemic. They went outside to walk. I saw some people who went outside to kayak. Many people went outside to go fishing. During the summer, families went outside to cook and eat. If company came, we went outside to talk on opposite sides of the driveway while wearing masks.

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Conservation Commissioner Wanted

The Holliston Conservation Commission, a seven-member volunteer board, currently has an opening for a 3-year term starting July 1, 2021. If you are a Holliston resident with an interest in wetland and conservation issues and would like to serve your Town on a volunteer board, then the Commission encourages you to apply for this position. No experience is necessary, however, experience in a field, such as science, engineering, or regulatory matters is helpful.

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Youth Advisory Committee

This month’s Youth Advisory Committee meeting was called to order on Monday, April 12, at 7:06 PM by Chair Jennifer Liebermann.

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Fire / EMS Log for Week of April 2 – 8, 2021

The week had a one day total of 11 emergency calls – the other days were quieter. HFD responded to a mulch fire during their busy week.

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Hey Grandpa, Let’s Play Ball

Does the arrival of warmer weather send you in search of your old Fred Lynn model fielder’s glove? Do photos of gerbils cause you to become unreasonable enraged at the memory of Don Zimmer? Does the sight of Kevin Costner “having a catch” with his on-screen father bring you to tears?

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