|

Shrewsbury selectmen approve licenses

By K.B. Sherman, Community Reporter

?Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen approved two applications for local business licenses at its Nov.27 meeting. Applications for DM Wine & Spirits, Inc., 539 Boston Turnpike, and Mauryas Kitchen, 344B Boston Turnpike, were both approved; a hearing for Absolute Livery Service was postponed to a future date.

The board also approved one-day licenses for wine and beer sale at several local events to be held at the Hoagland-Pincus Conference center.

Renewal of the town CATV license was discussed briefly, with the selectmen opting to review in more detail on Dec. 18. Selectman chair Maurice DePalo noted that this renewal is not as straight-forward as was the case in 2002 and recommended that the board engage an attorney to review before the December meeting.

Action on water and sewer connection fees was deferred to a later meeting.

Also addressed was the continuing discussion about implementation of Phase II of the Storm Water Management Plan. The board voted to allow DePalo to sign a letter authorizing spending $10,000 on this matter.

The board also approved allowing Town Hall to close at 12 noon on Dec. 24.

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=29038

Posted by on Nov 30 2012. Filed under Byline Stories, Shrewsbury. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

Leave a Reply

Please complete this math problem before clicking Submit * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.

Recently Commented

  • pramod: i think Yoga isn’t abt what positions your neighbor can do that you can’t do, or about whatever horrific...
  • Sebastian Klassman: This is a great cause, there are many pets that need to be rescued or need medical attention as...
  • Carol: Such a lovely piece. Just a note that I will be posting it on our class page this week as we prepare for our...
  • Former Resident: In the court case held to decide if Marlborough was allowed to build a senior center on public park...
  • Jennifer Michaels: I agree with what Maria said.