Monthly Archives: October 2010

Smith property under agreement, again

It’s been quiet on the Smith property front since the Bolton Crossing deal fell apart, but there appears to be a new party taking a run at it now. You may have noticed this sign at the garage. As it … Continue reading

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A Saturday night ghost story

In keeping with the season, Paranormal Activity 2 was the winner at the box office this past weekend. I didn’t see it. Didn’t need to. Cia and I and about a dozen others were engaged in a paranormal activity of … Continue reading

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Cue foliage-III

Color along Wilder Road (top) and Sampson Road (bottom). Taken today. Top that, Vermont. —Roland

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Planning Board sets initial focus for village zoning study

The Planning Board on Wednesday established initial focus areas for the MAPC consultants working on the village zoning project that we’ve been following here. The project has two components: 1) research possible design review guidelines for defined areas of town, … Continue reading

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Among the gently mad (at the library)

Nicholas A. Basbanes is one of my favorite writers and he is coming to the Bolton Public Library next Wednesday, October 20, 2010, at 7 p.m., to talk about all things books. If you love books, love reading, or love libraries, … Continue reading

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Calendar: Planning Board Wednesday 10/13

On the Planning Board agenda for Wednesday, October 13, is a 30-minute slot starting at 8:30 p.m. to discuss the mixed use/design guidelines project. Town Planner Jennifer Burney indicated today that the purpose of this agenda item is to bring … Continue reading

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Moving day for Bolton PD

A small historic moment occurred this morning when Police Chief Vin Alfano, in “civvies” on moving day, picked up a few remaining items from his office in the Houghton Building on Main Street. An era came to a close at … Continue reading

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