By K.B. Sherman, Contributing Writer
Shrewsbury – Frank Zoll, manager of Zoll Brothers Private Winery LLC, requested approval from the Board of Selectmen for a seasonal license so that he may sell wine at the Shrewsbury Farmers Market. He made his request at the board’s May 26 meeting.
Zoll told the board that he has recently expanded his land from one-half to two acres. He sells to farmers’ markets in ten other towns throughout the area. The board granted the license unanimously.
In other business, common victualler’s license was granted to Lakeway Hot Dogs, at 16 Harrington Avenue, and a change of manager to Gina Castoldi was approved for Two Ovens Restaurant at 84 Boston Turnpike. The Fourth Annual Kicking Butt for Crohn’s 5K Road Race was approved for Aug. 22 and an animal problem hearing was granted for Animal Officer Leona Pease for June 23. A request for installation of additional solar panels at the Westborough-Shrewsbury solar farm was approved, and the issue with clear-cutting trees in town in the absence of any approved plan was also discussed, with no resolution at that time. Finally, a request for an abatement of water bills was approved for Chris Groccia of 3 Harold Lane.