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Cornerstone and Guard Up on the Docket This Week

Here's a quick look into what's going on in Westford politics and government for the week of Aug. 6.

 

Welcome to August, Westford! Here's a quick rundown on some things going on in local government and politics.

 

Planning Board

A decision will likely be made on Monday night's Planning Board meeting over the ongoing debate over freestanding entrance signs at Cornerstone Square,.

The meeting also holds another discussion over a freestanding sign request for Kindercare on Carlisle Road and sign requests from three businesses within Cornerstone Square itself (Market Basket, Family Eye Care Center, Five Guys).

Conservation Commission

On Wednesday night, the Conservation Commission will hold a discussion over the topic of insurance issues with as well as acquisition of a conservation restriction for the .  

Town Gets Additional Insurance Savings

The town has announced it's getting more than $14,000 extra in savings for insurance coverage on top of the $40,000 .  

These savings were earned the credits through participation in loss prevention and risk management activities that are part of incentive programs offered by the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association.

“As a non-profit, member-driven organization, MIIA works with its members as partners to develop innovative programs to help relieve some of the financial burden they’re facing,” said MIIA executive vice president Stanley Corcoran. “We congratulate our participating members who have taken these proactive actions to mitigate risks, lower their insurance costs and reduce the impact on taxpayers.”

More information on the MIAA is available at their website.

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