Selectman Wayne E. Taylor was participating in the hike as a part of the Seek the Peak fundraiser for the Mount Washington Observatory
Court reports for the week.
The update includes work on the parking lot, more visitor and staff parking, new gymnasium bleachers and a new HVAC system.
Police logs for the week.
The developer anticipates that the first residents will be able to move into the new building by next June.
Committee members' individual evaluations have been released, revealing overall proficient and exemplary marks in three reports and needs improvement in one.
Will’s Work Road has long been a source of concern with neighbors in the area and has been nearly impassable to emergency vehicles.
The new gate closing policy took effect after the July Fourth holiday weekend.
Eventually, 382 units of mixed-income housing will be built at Mashpee Commons, but plans have not been determined for the start of any additional phases of the project.
Governor Patrick said that it is the responsibility of education leaders at the state and local level to keep students safe.