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Headlines for August 25 edition of the Milton Times

| August 24, 2016

Milton, MA-  Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, August 25 edition of the Milton Times: “Planners walk possible shelter location” “Public schools open Aug. 31” “Dawn Sykes is new art department director” These news stories, sports, happenings and letters to the editor can all be found in the Thursday, August 25 edition […]

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Milton School Committee zeros in on data

| August 23, 2016

Milton, MA – At the Aug. 10 School Committee meeting, Superintendent Mary Gormley presented the final school calendar for the upcoming year, which was approved. She said the professional days and parent-teacher conference days would be explained more on the school website, www.miltonps.org as well as in an e-mail blast. This news story can be […]

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Hendries plan ready to move forward

| August 22, 2016

Milton, MA – Demolition of the former Hendries ice cream plant on Eliot Street and Central Avenue may begin in October, according to developer Jerry Connelly whose firm may construct a mixed-use development in its place. This news story can be found in the Thursday, August 18 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Selectmen approve stormwater fees

| August 19, 2016

Milton, MA- At their August 9 meeting, Selectmen approved a rate of 39 cents per 100 cubic feet of property for the new Stormwater Utility Fund.  Property owners will be billed annually beginning in November. This news story, happenings and the Back to School pages can be found in the Thursday, August 18 edition of […]

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Business tax base stronger than believed

| August 18, 2016

Milton, MA – Contrary to popular perception, Milton residential property owners do not pay an unusually high percentage of the total tax levy compared with other towns.  A chart compiled by the Massachusetts Taxpayer Foundation finds Milton ranks No. 63 among the 350 cities and towns in the state in the percentage of tax revenue […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, August 18 edition of the Milton Times

| August 17, 2016

Milton, MA – Here are some of the headlines of news stories appearing in the Thursday, August 18 edition of the Milton Times: “Business tax base stronger than believed” “Hendries plan ready to move forward” “Selectmen adopt PILOT policy to help with budget” “Karen Mc Devitt to lead Glover School” News, happenings, sports and the […]

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Miltonopoly game available in fall

| August 16, 2016

Milton, MA- The Milton version of the popular board game Monopoly will be available in the fall.  The game will be sold through Milton High School and Pierce Middle School.   This feature article by David Johnson, along with other sports and happenings can be found in the Thursday, August 11 edition of the Milton […]

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King outlines changes in policing town

| August 15, 2016

Milton, MA- Police Chief John King provided an overview of the department’s future during his meeting July 26 with Selectmen.  Initially, King said he intends to dedicate more staff to traffic issues and community problems.   This article can be found in the Thursday, August 11 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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