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Sunday, February 18, 2007

Turning a new face toward Needham's future


A new face will sit in Planning Board member Paul Killeen’s seat at next week’s meeting.

Killeen officially stepped down earlier this month because the travel requirements of his new job made it difficult to attend the meetings. May Street resident Jeanne McKnight was appointed on February 13 to fill the interim seat.

McKnight, worked as a town planner in Framingham for six years, earned a degree from Harvard Law School in 1986, and has since worked in real estate law. After moving to Needham 18 years ago, she has served on several planning subcommittees to study the town’s economic growth.

– Lauren K. Meade

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