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Change in store for Stratford Democrats
STRATFORD -- The Democratic Town Committee, still smarting over its poor showing at the polls last month, will see a new chairman and possibly an entirely new committee come spring, DTC members...
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Democratic Town Committee
RICH JAMES: Merrillville wants to preserve disapp...
I was there when Merrillville incorporated in 1971 and have been a casual observer since. Veteran State Trooper Les Sheridan was the town’s first police chief and had his hands full when he took a...
Read more at The Times of Northwest Indiana
Historic Preservation Commission
Jam session and poll results
Jam session is an opinion forum offering comments on issues from a group of local people. It appears on the Forum pages in the Weekend edition of the OCM. The newspaper poses a question to the group...
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Plymouth 400 Inc.
United States Marine Corps
COHASSET COMMENTARY: Time for a citizen revolt?
Last week, we learned Fred Koed skipped town meeting and a vote on our town manager to work Lawrence’s mayoral recount. According to the Patriot Ledger, this bothered some in town. It shouldn’t. Given...
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Kingston town meetings for Wednesday
Adams Center Trustees, 7 p.m., Adams Center Meeting Room Silver Lake Middle School Council, 6 p.m., Middle School office conference room Zoning Board of Appeals, 7 p.m., Room 200 at the Town...
Read more at Kingston Reporter
Zoning Board of Appeals
Shrewsbury report paints grim financial picture
The Fiscal Study Committee’s recently released report paints a grim budget picture, as the committee found there are no viable alternatives to reduce
spending without degrading town...
Read more at Shrewsbury Chronicle
Strategic planning focuses on Sandwich library is...
The strategic planning committee is comprised of 12 townspeople from various walks of life, local business,
, parents and library staff among others. To date, the group has explored...
Read more at The Sandwich Broadsider
Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners
Flug, Heller Re-Elected to Lead RTM
By James Lomuscio Lauded for her nonpartisan approach to
and her respect for Roberts Rules of Order, Eileen Lavigne Flug, the Representative Town Meeting’s (RTM) moderator for the...
Read more at WestportNow
Berkley town office building demolition nearly co...
More than half of the old Berkley Town Office building was torn down by a hydraulic excavator on Tuesday, with the demolition expected to be completed on Wednesday. “This is a big step,” said Paul...
Read more at The Taunton Gazette
Newtown Shocker: Borst upsets Rosenthal in first ...
... election tells us the people were not happy with the way things were going in town," said Borst, who was celebrating the upset Tuesday night as streams of supporters came to congratulate him at...
Read more at Greenwich Citizen
Who decides where you live?
One of the core tenets of a Libertarian approach to governing is that government powers should be confined to the narrowest range necessary. This is because Libertarians believe that the government...
Read more at The Daily Tar Heel
PITTSBORO: Pittsboro regroups after contentious C...
PITTSBORO — For all its size – the equivalent of a new city for the Triangle – Chatham Park faced little challenge from Pittsboro’s
until this week. Yet just past midnight Tuesday...
Read more at The Chapel Hill News
Good news, bad news
First, the good news – there won’t be any bad news in this week’s column. The bad news? You’ll probably come across some of it – bad news, that is – elsewhere in the newspaper. Some readers are...
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Tinsley to take oath Sunday
BROOKFIELD -- Weather forecasts call for rain and snow for the swearing-in of the town's newly-elected officials on Sunday, but it remains to be seen if the town's Board of Ethics will prove a storm...
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Board of Ethics
Board of Selectmen
Concord's letters to the editor
Thanks to school officials To the Editor: As Thanksgiving approaches, it seems an appropriate time of year to offer our thanks to others. We would like to take this opportunity to express our...
Read more at Concord Journal
Parade scheduled in Emerald Isle
The parade begins at 3 p.m. Saturday and will take place along N.C. 58 between Mangrove Drive near CVS Pharmacy and Black Skimmer Drive near the
Complex. Immediately following the...
Read more at The Jacksonville Daily News
Hobson City town clerk faces arraignment on theft...
Hobson City town clerk faces arraignment on theft charge Hobson City’s town clerk is set for arraignment Dec. 19, indicted by a Calhoun County grand jury with stealing money from the town. The grand...
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Calhoun County Courthouse
To dredge or not to dredge: Officials consider re...
The Harbor Advisory Committee is looking to expand its role in
, but its degree of input into dredging remains undefined. “We want to take on a more activist role and create a...
Read more at Swampscott Reporter
Seaport Advisory Council
Brandon deciding on future of offices post-Irene
BRANDON, Vt. (AP) - The Vermont community of Brandon is still trying to find a home for town offices following Tropical Storm Irene in 2011. The
has taken up temporary offices in the...
Read more at WCAX-TV Vermont
The Associated Press
Bourne selectmen say no pressure applied on Michi...
Selectmen were routinely issuing “Happy Thanksgiving” offerings Tuesday night until the end of their meeting when things suddenly got tense. Selectman Donald Pickard said it had come to his...
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The Bourne Courier
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