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Burnes thanks town at last meeting

| April 20, 2018

Milton, MA- David Burnes chaired his last meeting as a selectman last week, and indicated that serving in town government in the future may be in his plans. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, April 20 edition of the Milton Times. The 2018 Candidates Guide for the Milton town-wide elections […]

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Money, plan for replanting cut trees

| April 19, 2018

Milton, MA- Remediation for the 34 large trees mistakenly clear cut by a developer on town land along scenic Hillside Street was resolved at the April 12 Planning Board meeting in time for spring planting. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, April 20 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Headlines for the Thursday, April 19 edition

| April 18, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, April 19 edition of the Milton Times: “Burnes thanks town at last meeting” “Cunningham paraeducator faces alleged assault charge” “Money, plan for replacing cut trees” “Town Clerk to hold annual swearing-in ceremony” These news stories, sports, features and more can all be […]

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Sign Committee found in legal violation

| April 17, 2018

Milton, MA- The state Attorney General’s office has found the town’s Sign Review Committee in violation of the state Open Meeting Law.  The Milton Times filed the complaint Dec. 21 after discovering a chain of emails and a text message from committee members that discussed a petition brought to the committee Nov. 14. This article […]

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Rededicated window now in its ‘forever home’

| April 16, 2018

Milton, MA- Visitors to Congregation Beth Shalom of the Blue Hills on Sunday afternoon traveled through time and history with the temple’s rededication of its Holocaust Memorial Window. This story may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, April 12 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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East Milton residents sound off against proposal

| April 13, 2018

Milton, MA- Most of the people gathered inside the East Congregational Church on Adams Street last week for a meeting of the East Milton Neighborhood Association displayed opposition to the proposed Falconi property development. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, April 12 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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