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Board determines easement not necessary

By K.B. Sherman, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury large web iconShrewsbury – During a hearing at the regularly scheduled meeting of the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen June 11, a hearing to discuss obtaining an easement to run a town water main across private property was quickly concluded. Town Engineer Jack Perrault announced that the contractor hired to do the work had devised a way to run a water line along a public way, obviating the need for an abatement.

In routine business, the board noted that 17 high school students had won $500 scholarships to attend college. Two new members were appointed to the Historical Commission and Mary Grillo was reappointed as town assistant treasurer. Melanie Petrucci and Robert Cox were reappointed to the Historic District Commission and T. Philip Leader was reappointed town counsel.

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