None of us have ever experienced anything like the ongoing spread of the Corona/Covid 19/Wuhan Virus. There is an abundance of information (mixed with false information) online and in broadcast media. It is difficult to keep up with the latest news...
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This Blog is a continuation of Part 1, posted on October 27, 2019. To read part one, CLICK HERE To quantify the population of non-citizen lawbreakers within Acton between November 1, 2017 and November 1, 2019 Acton Forum asked Deputy Chief of...
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The last couple of weeks has been a great reminder of why I took an extended break from local town politics, and how much I now need another. I am "feeling sorry" but the question for my readers is who am I feeling sorry for? (Perhaps it is me...
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By Charlie Kadlec
In his Acton Forum "Acton : Vote No Ballot Question One" article: acton-vote-no-ballot-question-one-school-building, Allen Nitschelm explains why he thinks that the proposed new three-story, 170,000 square foot school building is unnecessary, and...
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I have several concerns related to the building project as it relates to how education will be implemented in the future 50 years. Investing over $100 Million is worth considering every reasonable alternative. First, let's look back on the past 50...
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Acton voters will be asked to approve three Proposition 2½ overrides this Tuesday, December 17, at the ballot box. Voters may cast their ballot between 7 am and 8 pm. For more information, see the Town of Acton’s website here: Polling locations I...
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By Scott Smyers
In an effort to engage more of our community in the upcoming special election on December 17, 2019, we have created a Facebook page and invite anyone interested in this topic to Like or Follow the page and spread the word among your friends and...
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Joann Berry, our new Town Moderator, has already distinguished herself. She has shown that she has the raw power to silence her political opponents at Town Meeting. Nicely done! (cue the laugh track). Ms. Berry and I have a bit of history going...
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There is a town election coming this Tuesday Dec. 17. Your vote will determine three Proposition 2 1/2 overrides for a total increase to the Average Single Family (ASF) property tax bill of between $570-$657 per year for 30 years. Polls open at 7 am...
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Acton Town Moderator Joann Berry has disappeared. If you see her, please have her call me. My home number is ...... I know Ms. Berry was in town last week, because I attended the Special Town Meeting. And I assume she will be in town tonight...
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