Monday, May 20, 2013
Two meetings scheduled for this week have been cancelled.
Monday Community Development Tech Review Team at 9:30 a.m. in Town Hall Meeting Room 9. Tuesday Board of Assesors at 2 p.m. in the Town Hall Small Conference Room Board of Health- Cancelled Board of Library Trustees at 7 p.m. in the Library Banda Room Wednesday Office of the Collector of Taxes at 9 a.m. in the Town Hall Small Conference Room Essex Agricultural Tech HS General Advisory Committee at 6 p.m. at 562 Maple Street in Danvers School Committee- Cancelled Thursday High School Building Committee at 6:30 p.m. in Town Hall Meeting Room 9
Monday, April 8, 2013
A look at tonight's Board of Selectmen's agenda.
Boot Camps and a block party are among the items to be addressed by the Board of Selectmen when they meet tonight at Town Hall. The board will meet at 6:30 p.m. in Executive Discussion to discussion collective bargaining issues, with the open meeting scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Among the items on the agenda are a request by Rose Ryan and Heather Love, owners of Body Infusion, to use either the Town Common or Rotary Park to conduct "Boot Camp" classes on Wednesdays at 6 p.m. and Sundays at 9 a.m. The board will also be considering a request from Mark Nelson to host a neighborhood block party from 2 to 11 p.m. on Sunday, March 5. The agenda item did not indicate the proposed location for the party. Traffic safety will also be on the agenda…
Monday, March 25, 2013
Last week, the town cut 329 checks totaling $1,658,766.23.
Each week the town spends money approved in the annual budget for everyday expenses and, each week, Wilmington Patch will be running a new feature, highlighting a handful of these expenses for our readers' perusal. The following is a small sample of who the town paid, how much they paid them, and for what reason. Check back each week for more line items out of the town's budget. In total, the town cut 329 checks totaling $1,658,766.23. Here are a few of those payments.
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Bits of Knowledge to help make you the smartest person at the watercooler.
Here are 5 pieces of information designed to get your Thursday started on the right foot and to help make you the smartest leaf on your family tree. 1. Your 3-Day Local Weather Forecast: 2. Reader Comment of the Day: "She is an alumni of the awesome Wilmington High School Choir & Theatre. I could listen to that girl sing all day. Great job Lauren and great job WHS Hockey Team!" Reader Maureen Stevens, commenting on the story, "Lauren Azevedo Performs Anthem in Front of TD Garden Crowd." 3. It's Happening Today: It's going to be a busy night in Room 9 of Town Hall. The High School Building Committee is scheduled to meet at 6:30 p.m. and the Finance Commitee is set to meet at 7 p.m. 4. Do Not Go Shopping Today!: Well, not until you check out…
Thursday, February 28, 2013
Had about enough? Your not alone.
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
LEGO Building and a Board of Appeals meeting highlight Wednesday schedule.
"Five Things you Need to Know Today" is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance. Check back later for more, and let us know what you think of the new feature in the comments section. 1. Wednesday should be a sunny one for Wilmington residents. According to Weather.com, temperatures will rise all the way to 89° as midweek arrives in town. There is just a 10 percent chance of rain on the day and skies will be mostly sunny throughout. 2. One local board is set for a Wednesday meeting in Wilmington. The Board of Appeals holds its regular session beginning at 7 p.m. The meeting is slated for Town Hall, Room 9. 3. It's consistently one of the most popular library events, and on Wednesday it returns. …
Monday, July 25, 2011
Let us know what you're up to in the comments section.
Temperatures will be a bit cooler this week, with low to mid-80s expected for most days. Should the heat get to you at any point, though, here are a few of our tips for cooling off. Here's a look at some of the events in town, but don't forget to let us know what you're up to in the comments section. Today we debuted our new Patch Passport feature. Each day this week we will be telling you about some of the hidden gems, treasures and other fun that you can find right here in town. Stay tuned throughout the week for new ideas. Tomorrow, we will take a look at Janlite Designs as part of our Vendor Spotlight and on Thursday we’ll introduce you to Hilltop Farm. The Board of Assessors meets Wednesday morning in the Town Hall. The agenda will …
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Local youths learn how to properly care for American flag.
Every United States citizen sees the country's most famous and prideful symbol on a daily basis. Not everyone, however, knows how to properly care for the American flag. Thanks to Board of Selectmen chairman Louis Cimaglia, Cub Scouts from Pack 361's Den 10 now know the proper etiquette for respecting and handling the nation's flag. On Monday, Cimaglia met with the Cubs Scouts outside of Town Hall and showed them how to fold the flag with care. Ryan Callahan, Thomas Leaden, Billy Harty, Aidan Briere, Joseph DeSario, James Ward, Michael O'Donnell, John Bumpus, Sam Wilson and Joseph Consorti along with Mr. Jamie Ward and Cimaglia were all on hand for the afternoon.
Friday, January 28, 2011
The building has not changed too much, but its uses certainly have.
The Arts Council building has changed hands a few times over the course of its life. The building itself is the same it has always been, since around 1845, but the look and use of it has changed substantially. First erected in 1845, the Free Will Baptist Society constructed this building as a place of worship. The congregation and thus church went defunct in the 1860s after the Congregational Church burned to the ground across the street and the town was able to buy the Baptist church’s land for about $1,000. The building was then used as a secondary school until around 1885 and then a Boy and Girl Scout meeting place as well as a Grange Hall. The steeple was removed and the building became Wilmington’s Town Hall. A jail was even added to …
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
A lot happened during the near-two-hour meeting on December 13 at Town Hall.
A lot of ground was covered at the Board of Selectmen meeting last night. Awards were received, noted and discussed, updates to the I-93 Interchange Project were brought up, and plans for future town projects were also noted. Ipods for Wounded Veterans Paul Cardello, co-host and producer for WCTV's Sports Forum, and Wilmington VFW quartermaster Edwin Williams came to the meeting yesterday to present Chairman Selectman Louis Cimaglia with a gift and a citation for his work with veterans. "We want to publically thank for your work with veterans of our town," said Williams. "We present a gift and a citation for having the vision and foresight and providing leadership for a very successful program." The program Williams spoke about is the …