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Microapartments for Bent’s go under microscope”

| January 5, 2019

Milton, MA- A unique plan for restoring the historic G.H. Bent cookie factory, a wood-frame building that dates back to 1892, has started a complicated application review through two key town boards. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Jan. 3 edition of the Milton Times.

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Budget give-and-take to begin

| December 31, 2018

Milton, MA- At least one “round of balancing” that will include cutting some of the requests that are currently included in town and school budgets will be needed under a picture presented by Town Administrator Mike Dennehy to the Select Board. This article may be read in its entirety in the Thursday, Dec. 27 edition […]

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Youth Center remains a dream

| September 22, 2018

Milton, MA-  The middle school students arrived in small groups straight from school, sliding off their backpacks as they reported to a sign-in desk near the glass front doors of the Milton Public Library. This story may be read in its entirety in the Thurs. Sept. 20 edition of the Milton Times.

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Registry of Deeds to hold office hours in Milton

| September 18, 2018

Milton, MA- Norfolk County Register William P. O’Donnell and members of his staff will be available at the Blute Conference Room at Milton Town Hall on Thursday, Oct. 18 from 10am to noon to help answer questions about any Registry of Deeds matter.  Town Hall is located at 525 Canton Ave.  The conference room is […]

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Headlines for the Thursday, Aug. 30 edition

| August 29, 2018

Milton, MA- Here are just a few of the headlines for the Thursday, Aug. 30 edition of the Milton Times: “Marketplace expansion, parking plans on hold” “Warrant Committee backs Select Board name change” “Library Trustees seek OK to sell Kidder Building” These news stories, features, Milton Wildcat sports and more can all be found in […]

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Sign Committee found in legal violation

| April 17, 2018

Milton, MA- The state Attorney General’s office has found the town’s Sign Review Committee in violation of the state Open Meeting Law.  The Milton Times filed the complaint Dec. 21 after discovering a chain of emails and a text message from committee members that discussed a petition brought to the committee Nov. 14. This article […]

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