Monthly Archives: October 2011

New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England include these articles: CT: Registrar: Wesleyan students can still vote in municipal election (Middletown Press)  ME: Value of trees voiced in Bath (The Times Record) MA: ‘Town center’ eyed for … Continue reading

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As Daylight Saving End Approaches, Change Your Clock Change Your Battery Reminder Issued

Daylight saving time will end on Sunday, 6 November. As families change their clocks, the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) advises that it is a good time also for families to review their home fire safety plans, starting with … Continue reading

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Library Idea Starter: Festival of Trees

The James A. Tuttle Library, Antrim, NH, is holding its Second Annual Festival of Trees from 3 December until 7 January during regular library hours. The grand opening of the will include the reading of a story by Dick Winslow, … Continue reading

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Reflection Starter from Judy Garland

“Always be a first-rate version of yourself, instead of a second-rate version of somebody else.” – Judy Garland

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Senior Services Idea Starter: Cell Phone, Facebook, and Skype classes

The Concord, MA, Council on Aging offers cell phone, Facebook, and Skype classes for the town’s senior citizens. The classes on currently held on Thursdays from 3:00 to 4:00 PM. Background information: Concord Council On Aging Town of Concord Community … Continue reading

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New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England include these articles: CT: Temporary fire station gets initial OK (Greenwich Time) ME: Maine libraries, museums look to embrace technology (Bangor Daily News) MA: Foxboro to offer free commuter parking … Continue reading

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Center for American Progress Issues Report on Improving School Principals

The Center for American Progress recently offered a report that analyzes state policies and requirements for principal preparation, approval, and certification. The report used a sample of 16 states – eight of which are deemed “lagging” and eight deemed “leading” … Continue reading

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