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5 QUICK QUESTIONS with Wilmington Town Manager Jeff Hull

WILMINGTON, MA —  Town Manager Jeff Hull has helped run the Town of Wilmington since 1987 — 25 yeas as Assistant Town Manager and the past three years at Town Manager.   510 more words


K1 Speed Go-Kart Center Gets Approvals, Set For Mid-December Opening, Hiring 20-25 Employees

WILMINGTON, MA – K1 Speed, an indoor family entertainment go-kart center coming to Wilmington, received its requested licenses (Common Victualer License, Automatic Amusement Device License, Billiard Room License, Sunday Entertainment License) from the Board of Selectmen on Monday night. 489 more words


WCTV On Demand: Watch 9/28 Selectmen Meeting & Specials on Middlesex Canal

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television uploaded FOUR new videos for on-demand online viewing over the past week.

Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting (Monday, September 28, 2015) 106 more words


WCTV On Demand: Watch 9/14 Selectmen Meeting, 9/11 WHS Girls Soccer Game & More!

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television uploaded FOUR new videos for on-demand online viewing over the past week.

Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting (Monday, September 14, 2015) 90 more words


Town To Take Hard Look At Its 26 Town-Owned Buildings, Develop Plan For Action

WILMINGTON, MA — At the Annual Town Meeting in May, residents appropriated $150,000 to fund a Facility Master Plan. The public received its first update on the Facility Master Plan Process at last week’s Selectmen’s Meeting. 879 more words


Construction To Begin At Yentile Farm In 7 Months; $1 Million Fundraising Initiative To Begin Soon

WILMINGTON, MA – Selectwoman Judy O’Connell, Chair of the Yentile Farm Development Committee, made a presentation at last week’s Board of Selectmen Meeting, updating the public on the town’s future recreational facility at Yentile Farm. 824 more words


Wilmington Town Manager & Selectmen Critical Of Kinder Morgan Pipeline Proposal

WILMINGTON, MA — While the Wilmington Selectmen have yet to take an official position on the controversial Northeast Energy Direct pipeline proposal that travels through a portion of Wilmington, several Selectmen appeared very wary of the project during a discussion on Monday night. 452 more words