Friday, January 22, 2021

Fire / EMS Log for Week of July 10 – 16, 2020

A relatively quiet week for HFD. That’s good news for everyone involved.

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COVID-19: July 21, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Massachusetts residents have consistently stepped up to the challenge whenever our statewide leaders and public health experts have asked us to take steps to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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COVID-19: July 20, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Safely providing high-quality education to every student in Massachusetts continues to be a top priority for the state’s public health and reopening team.

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Holliston Happenings: Week of July 24, 2020

The Annual Town Meeting is TONIGHT. 100 people are needed to have a quorum.
Grab-n-go meals continue this week.

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We Serve: More Than a Motto

The Lions Club motto is “We Serve”. For more than 100 years, this has been the motto of the Association. This year, we faced unprecedented challenges in Holliston, first with the threat of EEE in the fall and ending the year with COVID-19.

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Civics Sunday: Annual Town Meeting Information

Holliston’s Annual Town Meeting will be held this year at 7:30 pm on Monday, July 20, 2020 at the Placentino/Miller Elementary School Cafetorium, located at 235 Woodland Street.

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An Homage to our Nation’s Symbol – The Bald Eagle

I recently had the opportunity to spend some time in Maine. When we were out boating, we spotted a bald eagle’s nest on a small remote island.

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Rail Trail Snack Shop Opens Today

Formerly home to D & M Auto Parts, 15 Winthrop Street opens today as the Rail Trail Snack Shop. Treats for all—including your four-legged friends—comprise the new stock on the shelves.

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COVID-19: July 17, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

I’ve often written in these newsletters about the importance of appreciating first responders, health care workers, public safety officials, and the many state and local agencies coordinating our COVID-19 response. Today, I want to take a moment to acknowledge the tireless work of front-line workers who often operate in the background: our local boards of health and their staff.

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Outdoor Watering Restrictions Now in Effect

Due to drought conditions and the extended forecast, effective immediately for anyone on town water, NO outside irrigation is allowed.

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COVID-19: July 16, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Families across Massachusetts have been hit hard personally and economically by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. One area where our Commonwealth has worked hard to ensure that families are protected is in housing.

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Holliston Police Department Calls for Service – June 2020

Lt. George Leurini has provided the monthly HPD service calls for the month of June.
Thank you HPD for continuing to keep us safe.

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