New England Municipal Government News Headlines

Recent news stories related to municipal government in New England (and issues being faced on the local level) include these articles:

CT: Beyond Reach: Even As Magnet School Seats Remain Empty, Racial Quotas Keep Many Black, Latino Students Out (Hartford Courant)

ME: Public libraries in Maine adding seeds to their stacks (Bangor Daily News)

MA: Worcester command center is the eye of the storm (Telegram & Gazette)

NH: District officials cut the ribbon on new biomass heating plant at Sanbornton Central School (Winnisquam Echo)

RI: Town leaders raising doubts about early voting proposal (The Valley Breeze)

VT: All towns in for Mad River Park fields purchase (The Valley Reporter)

National: New project aims to reduce 911 calls (Las Cruces, NM, Sun-News)

Background information:

Hartford, CT, Public Schools

City of Hartford, CT

Regional School Choice Office for the Greater Hartford, CT, Region

City of Worcester, MA

Winnisquam Regional School District 59, NH

Town of Northfield, NH

Town of Sanbornton, NH

Town of Tilton, NH

Town of Cumberland, RI

Rhode Island Association of City and Town Clerks Association

 

Town of Fayston, VT

Town of Moretown, VT

Town of Waitsfield, VT`

Town of Warren, VT

Mad River Valley Recreation District, VT

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About thoslop

Thomas Lopatosky is editor & publisher of New England City & Town.
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