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Milton Landing projects in town’s hands

| February 9, 2019

Milton, MA- After two years of study, the Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) has handed off work on the future plans for Milton Landing to the Select Board and the Parks Commissioners. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Feb. 7 edition of the Milton Times.

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Hot Dogs! Milton names its pooches

| February 8, 2019

Milton, MA- If you own a tail-wagging Lucy, Buddy, Luna or Charley, you’ve won a popularity contest of sorts. Those are the four most popular dog names in town, according to a search of Milton’s records for 2018. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Feb. 7 edition of the Milton […]

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Headlines for the Feb. 7 edition of the Milton Times

| February 7, 2019

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines that can be seen in the Thursday, Feb. 7 edition of the Milton Times: “Milton Landing projects in town’s hands” “Hot dogs! Milton names its pooches” “Hiss seeks re-election as town moderator” “Forums about student enrollment, space issues” These news stories, features, sports and Ed […]

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Wolcott Estate project plans get more study

| February 5, 2019

Milton, MA- Affordable housing, traffic and stormwater took center stage when the Planning Board continued in review of the special permit for the Wolcott Woods development on Canton Avenue. This news story may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Jan. 31 edition of the Milton Times.

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Panelists: Zoning upgrade needed in East Milton

| February 4, 2019

Milton, MA- What should the future of East Milton Square look like? That’s a question that residents, workers, property owners, and town leaders have passionately discussed and often disagreed about for decades. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Jan. 31 edition of the Milton Times.

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Forum on space for students draws crowd at Cunningham

| February 3, 2019

Milton, MA- Frustration, fears and ideas about the future of the Milton Public Schools were expressed as about 50 people turned out for a School Committee-sponsored forum about how the district can supply enough space to meet its growing number of students.

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