News Nearby: Marijuana Moratorium and a Dying Patient Is Robbed
Each week we take a look at some of the stories making headlines in neighboring Patch towns.
A 24-year-old hospice care is facing larceny charges after police she allege she stole thousands of dollars worth of jewelry from a dying patient's home.
On Election Day last year, Massachusetts voters approved a ballot proposal that allows medical marijuana sales in the state, which left cities and towns to set regulations for medical marijuana dispensaries. The Community Planning Commission (CPC) held a workshop Monday night regarding such dispensaries in North Reading. According to Town Planner Danielle McKnight, the CPC discussed proposing a moratorium to residents at Town Meeting in June.
Each of the three finalists for Reading town manager took a turn in the spotlight Tuesday during their public interviews with the Board of Selectmen.
The finalists are Robert LeLacheur, Reading’s assistant town manager and finance director since 2005; John D’Agostino, Abington town manager since 2010; and Kerry Speidel, Lunenburg town manager since 2007. (The screening committee identified Speidel as town administrator.)
Although the Westford Planning Board had a full plate on its agenda, that didn't stop a pair of announcements as Chris Kluchman was introduced as the new Director of Land Use Management, replacing the outgoing Angus Jennings, and Planning Board member Kevin Borselli announced he will not run for reelection.
Chelmsford's Donald Van Dyne believes that his new website will help eliminate chaos from the process of buying a home for real estate agents, home owners and home buyers while also transforming Chelmsford into a hub for Real Estate technology.