Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Here's a Patch-style package running down what you most likely missed at the Board of Selectmen meeting on Monday night.
You probably don't have time to get out to the bi-monthly Board of Selectmen meeting. No bother. Patch does it for you. Here's an easy to swallow breakdown of what went down at the June 27 meeting. The Boroughs Buried: The board unanimously squashed Gina Marie Eilert's plans for a part time bar in town when it denied an alcohol license. Eilert had wanted to open up The Boroughs at 261 Main St. to run what she called a "neighborhood style bar" open on Friday and Saturday nights only. Based on discrepancies that popped up in an interview with Detective Brian Griffin (who spoke at the meeting) and the fact that Eilert holds a fulltime job with an hour commute, the board felt the license should be denied. Eilert once ran The Club Car in …
Monday, June 27, 2011
Here's a breakdown of what's on the agenda for the Board of Selectmen meeting for Monday night.
This week's agenda includes a public hearing for an alcohol license for The Borough, discussion about the proposed dog park, and Childhood Obesity Implementation Grant. The Board of Selectmen meet at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 27, at the town hall.
Tuesday, May 24, 2011
A comprehensive package for those of you who may have missed your Board of Selectmen meeting on Monday night.
It was standing room only on Monday night at the Board of Selectmen's meeting, many of which attended to debate and discuss the proposed Northborough Dog Park, which Friends of the Northborough Dog Park are working to build on Route 20 and Hitching Post Lane on property that is commonly referred to as "Mustang Stables." It was a packed agenda, and here are some highlights, including the dog park debaucle.