News from the Office of Representative Timilty
Recently, State Representative Walter F. Timilty welcomed fourth-grader Caroline Driscoll and her parents, Maureen and Robert, to the State House. At the State House, Caroline Driscoll had the great honor of addressing The Massachusetts Caucus of Women Legislators bestowed upon her, at the celebration of the august Caucus’s fortieth anniversary.
As tired as we may become of geese, this is a remarkable shot. Thanks to Tom Palmer for sending it along. We welcome your photos. You can email them to email@example.com.
photo by Tom Palmer
by Kathleen Ryan, Fontbonne Academy
On Thursday May 28th at 3pm and Friday May 29th at 7:30pm, Fontbonne Academy’s Good Fountain Players will present Mary Hall Surface’s play “What Part Will I Play? This student run production tells of thirteen teenage girls who arrive at an audition.
from The Enterprise
Members of the Class of 2015 were all smiles Sunday morning at Curry College’s 135th commencement, where 862 undergraduate and graduate students representing seven countries and 18 states received degrees.(Read the full story here.)
Bike Milton will lead a casual-paced ride on Saturday, May 23 to show off all the new work along the Neponset Greenway. There is a lot happening, and we think you’ll be interested to learn more about this project, and the potential to turn it into a regional bikeway that links across Boston and as far as Medford.
Representatives of Patriot Properties Inc. are in the process of inspecting all properties in Milton. The Board of Assessors has contracted with the Massachusetts firm to inspect all classes of property required by statute, and to be completed later this year.
Welcome to this week’s edition of the Cahill Report, a weekly update on Milton real estate activity produced in partnership with Laura Cahill.
Following are a list of open houses this week end and recent real estate transactions.
by Frank Schroth
In a 4-2 vote Milton’s Conservation Commission denied a site development permit for the Hendries property last Tuesday night. The principal reason for denying the permit was a failure to satisfy the Commission’s desire for open space.
The public is invited to learn more about of Milton Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition at their next meeting on Wednesday, May 27th at 7:00pm. The meeting is sponsored by the Milton Public Health Department and will take place at the Negroni Education Center at Beth Israel Deaconess Milton Hospital.
Learn how to grow beautiful roses this Saturday, May 16, at 11am in the Keys Community Room at the Milton Public Library with Mike and Angelina Chute, authors of Roses for New England: A Guide to Sustainable Rose Gardening, and Rose Gardening Season by Season: A Journal for Compassionate Gardening.
FYI – Milton and Massachusetts are not immune from the opioid crisis plaguing New England. Here is a release of interest on the subject. A meeting on the issue will be hosted by the Milton Health Dept. You can find details here.
The Massachusetts Health Council (MHC) today announced the release of a new report on how community coalitions are leading the way with effective approaches to addressing the opioid crisis that continues to race through the Commonwealth.