Archive for February, 2017

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Driscoll assigned to committees

| February 28, 2017

Milton, MA-  State Rep. William Driscoll was assigned to four House committees recently. Transportation, Bonding, Capital Expenditure and State Assets, State Administration and Regulatory Oversight and Export Development.   Driscoll said “I am honored to be asked to make a contribution on these important committees”. “The matters addressed by several of these committees are not […]

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Library hours may be at stake

| February 27, 2017

Milton, MA- Sunday hours may be cut from the Milton Public Library if the library budge is reduced by one percent, which is one of the scenarios being looked at by the Warrant Committee. This article can be found in the Thursday, February, 23 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Parking plan hits new snag

| February 24, 2017

Milton, MA- It’s been more than 15 years since plans for parking on the Manning Deck in East Milton were developed.  The original plans called for more than 40 parking spaces to share space with the greenery. The latest roadblock in the plan will reduce amount of parking below 25 spaces. The remainder of this […]

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Winners deliver “Best in Milton”

| February 23, 2017

Milton, MA- After weeks of work, the staff at the Milton Times has discovered which businesses, people and organizations are Best in Milton for 2017. The number of ballots in the contest was greater than ever. The remainder of this story can be seen in the Thursday, February 23 edition of the Milton Times, on […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, February 23 edition of the Milton Times

| February 22, 2017

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, February 23 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands tomorrow: “Winners deliver Best in Milton” “Parking plan hits new snag” “Library hours may be at stake” “MHS girls track wins state title” These news stories, sports, happenings and more can be found in the upcoming […]

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DOVE event draws interest

| February 21, 2017

Milton, MA- Several local book clubs attended the domestic violence awareness event sponsored by DOVE, Domestic Violence Ended, at the Milton Public Library Feb. 1. The event featured a panel discussion about the book “Crazy Love”, by Leslie Morgan Steiner, which is a personal account of a woman whose seemingly perfect life was dramatically affected […]

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Timilty files legislative agenda

| February 20, 2017

Milton, MA- State Sen. Walter Timilty has filed his legislative agenda for the 2017-18 session, featuring bills focusing on health, safety, consumer protection and college affordability. “As I embarked on my first session as a state senator representing my neighbors in the Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth District, my focus has centered on the concerns and […]

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Selectmen waive building fee for Ford Ranch Road project

| February 17, 2017

Milton, MA- At their Feb. 6 meeting, selectmen voted 2-0 to waive building permit fees of roughly $80,000 for a 10-home cluster development on Ford Ranch Road.  Funds will be provided to the Affordable Housing Trust.  Chairman Katie Conlon and Selectman Tom Hurley approved the exemption.  Selectman David Burnes was unable to attend. This article […]

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