Things Westford Patch Readers Want Under Their Tree

We've been listening to things people here in Westford have been saying online and in person, and we've compiled a list of things that Westford would like under its tree.

If Westford residents could get everything they wanted under the Christmas tree, here's what we think they'd ask for.

#1. : The discovery of rat feces at the School food storage area on Town Farm Road was extremely controversial earlier this year.

#2. : Parking was awful near the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail in Westford earlier this year, and people wanted that alleviated, but residents near the trail wanted no parking lots in their back yards.

#3. : Will the town ask the legislature to create its own municipal power company to replace the now generally hated National Grid? The jury is still out, but it's a possibility.

#4. : They were gone in an hour!

#5. : What's the solution?

#6. : Acton-Boxborough is the Newman to the Seinfeld of sports.

#7. : Preferably in the place of that second Market Basket apparently.

Did we miss anything? Let us know in the comments!

AB December 23, 2011 at 05:48 PM
1. Healthy school lunches 2. Treats during classroom parties 3. 3x/week physical education 4. An extra recess for elementary students 5. WPS administration to leave parenting to parents and do their damn job
Frank Drebbin December 24, 2011 at 01:00 PM
A fair contract offered to our hardworking Firefighters and Teachers! Sugary snack treats back in the schools A Trader Joes in Westford Obama reelection in November
Barbara December 24, 2011 at 04:13 PM
Personally, I'd prefer an Aldi's in town instead of a Trader Joes or Whole Foods. I also think treats can come back to the classroom parties.
Vicky Geary December 24, 2011 at 04:51 PM
=>A fair contract for our teachers and firefighters =>Any grocery store besides Market Basket in Cornerstone as well as better than reported anchor stores and restaurants =>A solution to the horrible traffic problem on Rt 110/Minot Corner =>Comments on boards or articles that speak to the issue, are respectful and don't diverge into personal attacks on anyone


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