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Architect chosen to design animal shelter

| March 16, 2017

Milton, MA- Efforts to move forward and build a new animal shelter gained momentum March 7 when selectmen unanimously approved a contract for architectural services with Rauhaus, Freedenfeld and Associates. This article can be read in its entirety in the Thursday, March 16 edition of the Milton Times. Share

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Headlines for the Thursday, March 16 edition of the Milton Times

| March 15, 2017

Milton, MA- Here are some of the headlines for the Thursday, March 16 edition of the Milton Times, on newsstands tomorrow: “More swastikas found in Pierce bathrooms” “Playground Planners raise $3,500” “Pot law delay likely” “Residents turn out to support St. Rock Haiti Foundation” These news stories, happenings, sports and more can be found in […]

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Newscaster draws big crowd at COA

| March 14, 2017

Milton, MA- From flooding on the Mississippi River to the Super Bowl, to presidential inaugurations, newsman Jonathan Hall has seen history unfold. ‘The great thing about what I do is I get a front row seat’ the Channel 7 TV news reporter told a crowd Feb. 28 at the Council on Aging. The remainder of […]

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Selectmen back efforts to hire zoning officer

| March 13, 2017

Milton, MA- The Inspectional Services Department is handling record numbers of building permits and can’t adequately cover zoning enforcement without a zoning inspector according to Building Commissioner Joe Prondak. “Building is so hot; it’s got to take a back seat”, said Prondak.  He referred to his limited staff during his third quarter report to selectmen […]

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Warrant Committee approves plan for budget cuts

| March 10, 2017

Milton, MA- The School Department will bear the brunt of budget reductions if a Proposition 2 1/2 override should fail at the ballot box this spring. However, of the Warrant Committee and selectmen propose a $3.8 million override, and it passes then the schools would gain nine full and three half-time positions. This article can […]

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Fire Station at MAC still possible

| March 9, 2017

Milton, MA- A fire station at the site of the Milton Art Center remains a possibility according to the Town Administrator Michael Dennehy. In a far ranging interview Feb. 27 Dennehy said the East Milton fire station and the Milton Art Center or MAC, could still switch locations. This story can be seen in its […]

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Campaigns solidify

| March 8, 2017

Three candidates are battling for one open seat for selectmen. As nomination papers closed March 7, Richard Wells, Tony Farrington and Stephen Fruzetti have filed papers. Selectman Tom Hurley is not running for re-election. The town election is April 25. The election for school committee is actually over as two candidates are running for two […]

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Headlines for the Thursday,March 9 edition of the Milton Times

| March 8, 2017

Milton, MA- Here are a few of the headlines that can be found in the Thursday, March 9 edition of the Milton Times: “Prominent developer dead in mansion fire” “Fire station at MAC still possible” “Warrant Committee approves plan for budget cuts” These news stories, sports, features and more can be found in the Thursday, […]

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