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The City Council allowed a withdrawal of the application to create a residential overlay district on Sasseville Way without prejudice.
Residents taking part in the city’s electricity aggregation program continue to save money compared to National Grid.
While plans for the former Rowe Funeral Home are on hold, plans to install a telephone pole, manhole and underground conduit are proceeding.
Sartorius Stedim on Donald Lynch Boulevard has been approved for a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreement with the city.
During the City Council’s Finance Committee meeting on Oct. 16, members reviewed requests for job descriptions and salary ranges.
The proposal to bring housing to a parcel along Sasseville Way came before the City Council’s Urban Affairs Committee on Nov. 15 with changes
Marlborough is constructing a floating boardwalk along the northern edge of the lake; the boardwalk will connect an existing trail.
Mayor Arthur Vigeant has announced that the Lake Williams Gazebo, adjacent to the Marlborough Court House, recently got a makeover.
City officials broke ground on the Alta French development on Lincoln and Mechanic streets that once housed the Johnson Claflin factory.
On Oct. 23, the City Council approved the special permit for phases three and four of the district owned by Post Road Realty LLC.
Several local communities have recently received grants through the state’s Community One Stop for Growth program.
During a public hearing on Oct. 23, the City Council heard from attorney Brian Falk, who is representing Pulte Homes LLC.
According to unofficial results from the City Clerk’s office, J. Christian Dumais edged Samantha Perlman in the municipal election.
Senator Ed Markey endorsed Marlborough mayoral candidate and at-large City Councilor Samantha Perlman on Nov. 6.
Red Spring Road is a private road that almost hugs the southern shore of Ft Meadow Reservoir. Its residents are requesting a zoning amendment.
Marlborough voters will head to the polls on Nov. 7 to weigh in on several races, including City Council.
Candidates to be the next Marlborough mayor faced off in a debate Nov. 1. Marlborough's election is Nov. 7.
The remaining in-person early voting days for the Municipal General Election on Nov. 7 will take place through Nov. 3.
Candidates for Marlborough City Council touted their experiences and tried to answer the tough questions during an evening of debates.
The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Government Affairs Committee will sponsor the second round of debates in the race for mayor on Wednesday.