Milton, MA – Town-wide election votes in new Selectman David Burnes, pushes through a tax override for firefighter Pickens and awards a number of other contested offices, the Little League parades officially break the ice on warm weather sports, the town gets $110,00 grant to study the link between substance abuse and mental health, the Ford Ranch Road development may have found a win-win scenario for neighbors and the owner, and the Times talked to some new faces in town, including teen librarian Lilly Sundell-Thomas, Harvard cellist Liz Mahon and new Milton Times journalist David Johnson.
Milton, Mass., news headlines, from the Milton Times newspaper, April 29-May 6, 2015.
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