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Selectmen tweak plowing policy, outgoing director thinks the whole snow thing is a big hoot

Posted by Ralph Ranalli December 6, 2007 10:23 AM


Selectmen last week approved a new snow removal policy that puts the discretion over which streets and sidewalks to plow in the hands of the Public Works director.

The previous policy named certain major streets as top priorities, and actually listed two sidewalks that were not to be plowed.

Selectmen also formally accepted the resignation of Public Works Director Robert Reardon, who is leaving the town next month to accept a position in Florida.

-- Calvin Hennick

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