by Frank Schroth
If our town government were an amusement park then the Planning board might its carousel. Mr. Connelly, developer of the Hendries site seems to think so, and he wants off the ride. At the most recent meeting of the Planning Board he stated, “I think it is time for the Planning Board to close the hearing and create some sort of framework for us to move forward. For us it is a circular process.” Read more »
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Learn how Milton has transformed over the last 350 years!
Originally an agrarian community in the 1700′s, Milton became a farming community with two industrial centers in Milton Village and Railway Village (now East Milton) in the 1800′s. Then the beginnings of suburbia appeared in the early 1900′s when wealthy Boston families maintained “in between” houses Read more »
A field of 100 young runners are expected to take part in Girl Scout Troop 74134′s first Milton Kids Road Race on Sunday, May 20 in Cunningham Park, 75 Edge Hill Rd, Milton.
“Kids ages 4-14 years old are all welcome to participate. The race is to promote health and well-being for all kids. We are raising money to help refurbish the scout house and go on our annual camping trip,” said Nora Kleiman, Katie Biagiotti and Mayu Joiner, members of the organizing troop. Read more »
from The Boston Herald
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filed a civil suit Tuesday against a Milton man, accusing him and his businesses of bilking at least eight investors out of a combined $780,000 over three years, which he allegedly used to pay for “luxury items” and “living expenses,” including an equine veterinarian and utilities and taxes on his Milton home. (Read the full story here.)
Senator Joyce with Cunningham 5th Grade
State Senator Brian Joyce swung by the Cunningham Elementary School recently to participate in Community Reading Day at the school. Read more »