Letter to the Editor from Andrea Doherty
I am proud and fortunate of being a lifelong resident of Milton. I married someone who also is a lifelong resident of Milton and we are raising two children here. We are proud that Milton is an award winning residential community and it attracts good families because of this.
Brendan McLaughlin, President of the Neponset River Watershed Association, read the following letter at yesterday evening’s meeting of the Board of Selectmen.
Dear Mr. Keohane,
Taber Keally of the Neponset River Watershed Association Board of Directors spoke at your March 4th meeting about the proposal by Milton Falls, LLC to swap land which they presently own along the Neponset for land owned by the Mass Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) downstream.
Letter to the Editor from Philip Joehenning
Lately, there has been a lot written in both the mainstream press and in social media concerning Thayer Nursery, the Town of Milton and my partner and me. It is time for me to set the record straight with the facts of this case.
Overlooked in the debate over the rights of Thayer Nursery and its neighbors are Milton’s 1938 Zoning Bylaws. The 76 year old Bylaws define strict land use requirements that have protected not only property owners, but the health and welfare of all citizens of Milton.
February 7, 2014
I am writing to inform you that this morning at approximately 10:30 a.m. a stay in place order was put in place at Tucker School. This order was prompted by a written threat found on a wall. The Milton Police Department came to Tucker School to investigate alongside school personnel. The stay in place order was lifted at approximately 11:10 a.m. The investigation is ongoing at this time.
I am seriously concerned and disappointed that the Milton Town Meeting process has become inflexible to the degree it is on the verge of becoming irrelevant.
Dear Milton Library Patron,
There are changes coming to the Milton Public Library parking lot. The entrance and exit to the Library parking lot are scheduled to switch places beginning Thursday, October 17th. This change will reverse the direction of traffic in the Library parking lot.
In response to concerns raised by Milton residents and Senator Brian A. Joyce, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has extended the review period for flight path changes at Runway 33L out of Boston Logan Airport from six months to one year. The extension will allow for the runway to be monitored in the busiest time of the year, the winter, when wind patterns often steer more departures to the runway and over the town of Milton.
Marshfield’s population is 24,000; Milton’s is 27,000. In this Sept. 12 Ledger article, Health insurance changes save Marshfield $9 million, Marshfield estimates eye-popping savings of $9 million through joining the Mayflower Municipal Health Group rather than the Group Insurance Commission.
I wanted to let you know that the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) proposed flight path changes for Runway 33L of Logan Airport have gone into effect. However, to address the concerns raised by my constituents, the FAA has implemented an unprecedented six month review period regarding the flight path changes.