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Shrewsbury selectmen honor secretary

By K.B. Sherman, Community Reporter

Shrewsbury – Janice McCloy, the longtime secretary for the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen, was honored by the board at its Dec. 18 meeting on the occasion of her retirement. McCloy was presented with a citation noting her excellent service for the  period of 2000 to 2012 as each of the selectmen also congratulated and thanked her.

In other business, Alcohol and Common Victualler’s licenses were revoked for Sophie’s Eatery, 81 Clinton St. and for Newell’s Pizza Pie, 120 Boston Turnpike. Town Manager Daniel Morgado informed the board that both had ceased business operations and the action to revoke the licenses was required by the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission.

In other business, Selectman Moira Miller suggested that the board allow teleconferencing for future board meetings when some members could not be present at Town Hall. The state now allows such technology; the other members noted their interest with the idea but no action was taken.

The second Financial Planning meeting scheduled to take place during the meeting was  postponed to a later date upon Morgado’s recommendation. Not all of the material required for the meeting was yet available, he said.

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