Thursday, November 29, 2012
Town officials recently toured Foxborough’s Post Office with visions of a Town Hall and were “encouraged” by what they saw, according to Town Manager Kevin Paicos.
Foxborough Town Manager Kevin Paicos informed the Board of Selectmen at Tuesday’s meeting the post office building on Wall Street looks to be a “very promising” option for a new Town Hall. “We had the walk through and it was very promising,” Paicos said, referring to a recent tour of the post office he and other town officials participated in. … “We had a very productive meeting and for the first time I think I saw a lot of people coming together around this Town Hall concept and that’s real promising so I’d like to keep that momentum moving.” In addition to Paicos, Building Commissioner Bill Casbarra, Foxborough resident Dick Heydecker, members of the Board of Selectmen, Building Committee and Advisory Committee participated in the Post …
Monday, November 19, 2012
Foxborough town officials will recommend no action on the warrant article for the Town Hall project at December’s Special Town Meeting in order to spend more time analyzing funding and alternative options.
Town officials have decided to spend more time analyzing Foxborough’s Town Hall project and will recommend no action at the Dec. 11 Special Town Meeting, according to Town Manager Kevin Paicos. “I told [the Advisory Committee] I don’t have time to give sufficient attention to the Town Hall funding plan in the next three weeks,” said Paicos. “If it went to Town Meeting and [residents] appropriated the $500,000 to do the design, I cannot stand here with full confidence and tell [the town] I could come back in the spring and say how we are going to afford the bonds for the full project.” Paicos said the town’s Chief Financial Officer, Randy Scollins, was able to get a multi-year revenue forecast of the town completed that included the …
Thursday, May 10, 2012
Saturday, the Foxborough Post Office will be collecting food to donate to the Foxboro Food Pantry.
Thursday, May 10, 2012
On May 12, local communities across America will be asked to join the U.S. Postal Service and its letter carriers to combat one of this nation’s growing problems — hunger. The Foxborough Postal Office will be taking part and making the donations to the Foxboro Food Pantry. About 50 million Americans — including 17 million children — now live in families that lack sufficient food. The Postal Service, the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC), Campbell Soup Company, Feeding America and other partner organizations are working together to collect food donations May 12. It is the nation’s largest single-day food drive in local communities across America — including Puerto Rico, Guam and the Virgin Islands. Now in its 20th year, the …