If something is going to be down about Town Hall, it’s going to have to be a new building according to the selectmen.
The vote came after hearing from Bill Yukna who is the chair of the Permanent Municipal and School Building Committee.
“In the long run, we would benefit in building a new building that this town needs for the next 30-40 years instead of retrofitting this one,” Yukna said.
With a 5-0 vote, the board reaffirmed their commitment to constructing a new town hall on the location of the current one and will ask residents at a special town meeting later this year for permission to use $550,000 to create the final design.
After leaving Foxboro, it didn’t take long for Kevin Paicos to find a new position.
The former town manager has been picked to be the interim Northfield town administrator by the Northfield Selectboard until a permanent one is chosen according to the Recorder of Greenfield.
If Paicos accepts the contract offered to him, he will be paid $43 per hour and will work 20-hours a week. He told the selectboard that he is retired from full time work and is not interested in becoming the permanent town administrator.
While it is unknown who the new town manager will be, it is at least known who it won't be.
At Tuesday's selectmen meeting, town clerk and interim town manager Bob Cutler announced that he will not apply for the permanent position.
The decision came as a disappointment to all five members of the board of selectmen.
Tim Tebow is no longer a Patriot after getting cut by the team.
With the deadline to cut rosters to no more than 53-players, Tebow and punter Zoltan Mesko were two of the more recognizable names that were cut by the team.
With Mesko apparently getting cut, the Patriots will likely go with rookie Ryan Allen as their punter.
Others players released include DL Jermaine Cunnngham, DL Justin Francis, DL Marcus Forston, LB Ja’Gared Davis, S Kanorris Davis, DB Justin Green, OL Chris McDonald, DB Stephon Morris, and RB George Winn.
In just over three months since opening its Patriot Place location, business is booming at Cupcake Charlie’s as the award-winning bakery continues to enjoy the sweet success of its deliciously popular desserts.
“Business has been excellent,” said Cupcake Charlie’s Marketing Director Johanna Denapoli. “We could not be more thrilled with how our decision to open at Patriot Place has turned out!”
Patriot Place General Manager Brian Earley agrees and could not be happier with the impact the popular bakery has had on Patriot Place since opening in May.
“Cupcake Charlie’s continues to be an exciting addition to the Patriot Place tenant lineup,” said Earley. “We are thrilled with the success of another family owned business with roots in the local community.”