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Selectmen Get Through Over A Dozen Items In About An Hour


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It was a fairly short Selectmens’ meeting on Aug. 26.

The full video is on Westford CAT, and if you weren’t there, here’s links to our two-part transcript.

Kelly Ross on Aug. 26, 2014
Kelly Ross on Aug. 26, 2014

Selectmen Ask For Neighborhood Input On New Purpose For Graniteville Fire Station

Recently, the Selectmen delayed a decision to classify the old, unused Graniteville Fire Station as surplus property so abutters could be informed.

Several abutters were in attendance and the property was placed in surplus, but they will have input on the next step in a decision on the property.

Five Minutes Of Terry Bradshaw Not Worth $25k, Say Selectmen

The second half of the meeting had no dominant discussion topic, with items ranging from insurance for Bruce Freeman Rail Trail construction to several liquor license transfers to notice that Westford had been chosen for Terry Bradshaw’s “Communities of Distinction” program.

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