BERLIN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE (BEDC) SEEKS COMMUNITY INPUT
The Board of Selectmen and Planning Board have appointed new members to revive the Berlin Economic Development Committee whose mission is to conserve and promote commerce in and for the Town of Berlin.
Town residents and business owners are invited to participate in monthly Thursday night BEDC meetings and may view the schedule of meetings and its agenda in advance at: www.mytowngovernment.org/01503 (click on Economic Development Committee (or bit.ly/BerlinEDC ))
Who should be involved: All interested residents and business owners in and outside of the Town of Berlin. Everyone has something to give. By participating, you will make a difference.
The Committee is comprised of five members: *Connie Murphy - Physical Therapy *Paul Anderson - Environment *Nadine Ekstrom (Clerk) - Education *Peter Hoffman (Chair) - Real Estate 5th seat - currently vacant **
Please join us at our meetings. We especially encourage business owners and business leaders to seek out our assistance. We welcome all inquiries and meeting visitors.
**If you would like to consider joining the EDC, please contact the Chair for further information. Applications may be forwarded to the Berlin Planning Board at PlanningBoard@TownofBerlin.com. Appointments to the BEDC are jointly made by the Planning and Select Boards. Details about the BEDC are available at www.townofberlin.com/boards-and-committees/economic-development-committee/. ----------------- CONTACT: Peter Hoffman, Chair PHONE: 508-293-4248 EMAIL: EDC@TownofBerlin.com ... See MoreSee Less
Dick SomesVoter registration is higher than I would have thought given a total population 2866.2 weeks ago · 1
Kathleen Garceau RhodesHappy for Lisa but Tom Andrews ambushed it with last minute horrible/ false remarks against mark rhodes and Peter Hoffman.
Unethical! Reported it to mass state ethics commission!2 days ago
Barbara SiiraGood effort Mark! Don't let one election discourage you!2 days ago · 1
TODAY till 8PM - Annual Town Election Voting is underway at the Town Offices, lower level. Polls are open until 8PM. The offices and questions on the printed ballot are as follows:
MODERATOR – One Year BARRY W. EAGER, 51 South Street Candidate for re-election Write-in space
TOWN CLERK - Three Years ELOISE E. SALLS, 317 Randall Road Candidate for re-election Write-in space
SELECTMEN – Three Years PETER HOFFMAN, 183 Randall Road MARK C. RHODES, 5 Rhodes Dr. LISA WYSOCKI, 133 Derby Rd. Write-in space
ASSESSOR – Three Years KEVIN F. POND, 20 Crosby Road Candidate for re-election Write-in space
CONSTABLE – Three Years Write-in space
SCHOOL COMMITTEE – Three Years EDWARD S. GAULT, 29 Village Lane Write-in space
TRUSTEE OF TRUST FUNDS – Three Years JUDITH A. CHRISTENSEN, 71 Pleasant Street Candidate for re-election Write-in space
CEMETERY COMMISSIONER – Three Years BARRY W. EAGER , 51 South Street Candidate for re-election Write-in space
LIBRARY TRUSTEE – Three Years CHARLENE R. DICALOGERO, 56 Village Court Write-in space
PLANNING BOARD – Five Years TIMOTHY H. WHEELER., 240 Pleasant Street Candidate for re-election Write-in space
PLANNING BOARD – Two Years Write-in space
BOARD OF HEALTH – Three Years PAUL D. MIKELK, 119 Carter Street Candidate for re-election Write-in space
1. Shall the Town of Berlin be allowed to exempt from the provisions of proposition two and one-half, so called, the amounts required to pay for the bonds issued for the purpose of funding the acquisition of the fee interest or conservation restrictions of portions of or the entirety of certain parcels of land in the town for the linkage of wildlife and hiking corridors? Yes _____ NO _____
2. Shall the Town of Berlin vote to change the positions of elected treasurer and elected tax collector to a combined treasurer-collector position to be appointed by the Board of Selectmen for a term of up to three years: provided, however, that such change shall not take effect unless it is also approved by the voters at an annual or special town meeting in accordance with MGL Chapter 41, Section 1B. Yes _____ NO _____ ... See MoreSee Less
WHEAT Community Cafe Weekly Menu 5/8/2017 thru 5/12/2017 All Welcome • Meals are Free (Donations Accepted) Monday thru Friday from 4:45PM to 6PM (meals are served from 5PM-6PM and the menu is subject to change) Meals served at 272 High Street, Clinton, MA 01510 508-370-4943 ***** Monday, May 8th (First Parish Church of Bolton) - American Chop Suey, Romaine Garden Salad, Wheat Rolls, Fruit Cup and Dessert
Tuesday, May 9th (Clinton Exchange Club) - Rotisserie Chicken, Potatoes, Carrots, Wheat Rolls, and Fruit Cup
Wednesday May 10th (Wheat Community Connections) - Hotdogs, Baked Beans, Romaine Garden Salad, and Dessert
Thursday, May 11th (Clinton Rotary Club) - Hot Turkey Sandwich, Pasta Salad, Pickles, and Fruit Cup
Friday, May 12th (The College Church of Seventh Day Adventist) - Rice, Beans, Broccoli, Romaine Salad, and Dessert
***** If you have any allergies, please alert the staff immediately. ... See MoreSee Less
The 2017 Annual Town Meeting is underway at Berlin Memorial School. The proceedings began with an appreciation for Selectwoman Judith Booman, right, who leaves the Board of Selectmen after many years of service next week.
Here, fellow Selectman Thomas Andrew, left, and Selectwoman Christine Keefe, middle, present Booman with a Historical Society blanket, a copy of Krackhart's History of Berlin, and Historical Commission note cards.
Thank you Judy for your service!
On the stage in the background are Town Moderator Barry Eager (standing behind podium) and Town Clerk Eloise Salls (seated to the right). ... See MoreSee Less