Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Holliston Happenings: Week of July 13, 2020

Don’t forget – Grab-n-go meals are now on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Several Board and Committee meetings are Zooming along this week.

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Rep. Dykema’s Senior Picnic Cancelled

In compliance with state public health guidelines relative to COVID-19, Rep. Carolyn Dykema (D-Holliston) has cancelled her annual 8th Middlesex Senior Picnic.

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Library Building to Open!

The Library building will open on Tuesday, July 14. Hours will be Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday—10 AM-6 PM; Wednesday—10 AM-8 PM; and Saturday—10 AM-1 PM.

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Senior Center Re-opens to Public

The Senior Center will open to the public beginning Monday, July 13, by appointment only, and on a very limited basis.

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Interim Superintendent Attends Her First School Committee Meeting

Dr. Susan Kustka, recently named Holliston Public School’s Interim Superintendent, remotely attended the Thursday night meeting of the School Committee.

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COVID-19: July 10, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

It’s been great to see many of our small local businesses reopen over the past few weeks. It’s been inspiring to watch proprietors embracing the significant challenges around safe reopening in order to help move their businesses and the economy forward.

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Holliston Real Estate Sales – June 2020; Part 1

Thirty-three Holliston properties were transferred during June. The first half appear here. The remainder and the year-to-year comparison will be posted on Juley 24th.

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Town Hall Reopens

Early Thursday morning the Holliston Reporter ventured into the Town Hall to view the changes one encounters at the newly re-opened departments.

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COVID-19: July 9, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Data collection and reporting continues to be a key component of our pandemic response.

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Select Board Bids Adieu To Jeff Ritter – And Other Business On Its Full Agenda

A reasonable audience some, as you’ll see later, from far away places, attended Wednesday’s Select Board meeting. The meeting was called to Chair John Cronin at 7:00 pm.

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“A Successful Town Needs Volunteers”, says Mark Ahronian

Now enjoying his “retirement” from the Select Board, Mark Ahronian met with Chris and me recently to share thoughts about his term.

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COVID-19: July 8, 2020 Update from Representative Dykema

Expanding our ability to test for COVID-19 is an essential part of our reopening plan. As a Commonwealth, we are working to both expand capacity to test (the number of COVID-19 tests that our labs and providers can conduct per day) and access to testing (the population for whom testing is readily available).

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