What Did the Westford Board of Selectmen Do on June 24?

The board met on Tuesday. Here is a rundown of what it accomplished.

Westford Town Hall. Credit: Patch
Westford Town Hall. Credit: Patch
The Westford Board of Selectmen met on June 24, and did the following:
  • Recognized Blanchard Middle School students Alyssa Ramoutar, Danielle Milanette, and Hamsaa Kumar, who performed at Carnegie Hall. 
  • Accepted $50,000 from the Mass. Board of Library Commissioners for a feasibility study. 
  • Accepted $814,074 from the Mass. School Building Authority for new windows and doors at the Day Elementary School. 
  • Accepted $70,000 from the Mass. Historical Commission for the Westford Museum. 
  • Continued public hearings about sale of alcohol violations at Eviva Cucina and Westford Market & Liquors until July 22. 
  • Approved support and sponsorship of Westford Knight Sign on 17 Depot St. 
  • Approved acceptance of the Conservation Commission's acceptance of a trail easement on Flagg Road. 
  • Discussed Pedestrian Safety Committee recommendations for parking and pedestrian issues in the Westford Town Center Traffic and Parking Study. 
  • Discussed the sale of Drew Gardens on Boston Road and approved a review draft response to notice of intent to sell and approved that establishment of a task force. 
  • Approved committee appointments. 
  • Approved project funding agreement with the Mass. School Building Authority for the Robinson School. 
  • Signed a Broadway Street drainage easement approved in May.
  • Signed an order of taking for the North Hill Estates Street acceptance. 
  • Approved an updated agreement with Sustainable Westford for the farmers' market. 


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