Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Notes from Tuesday night's Board of Selectmen meeting.
Board Approves Removal of Four Trees from Town Common At their meeting Tuesday evening, the Norwood Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a motion from department of public works director Mark Ryan to remove four trees from the Town Common. Town Manager John Carroll said that Ryan had discussed the situation with an arborist, and feels that it would be best for the state of the Town Common to have them removed. In their current state, the trees will grow into each other - causing damage to the trees themselves as well as the lawn below. "I agree with Mr. Ryan, they really are causing problems," Carroll told the board. "As nice as the Common is and as much as we like the greenery if you look close you have to admit it's overgrown," …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
On Oct. 1 Norwood Public Access will add a full-time government channel to their listings.
On Oct. 1, Norwood's Public Access Television (NPA-TV) will be launching a full-time Government Access Channel. "NPA-TV is expanding its government coverage and this increase has created the need to consolidate the broadcast of government meetings onto one channel," a press release from NPA-TV Government Access Coordinator Amy Tobey said. Town Selectmen meetings and School Committee currently are broadcast on the Town and School channels respectively, both live and recorded after the fact. Community Announcements will continue to be posted on the School and Town Channels. "NPA-TV is proud of its current government coverage," Tobey's statement said. "It is our hope that this channel provides insight and information so viewers can learn how …
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Highlights from the agenda for the Board of Selectmen meeting.
The Norwood Board of Selectmen will meet tonight at 7:00 p.m. in room 34 of Town Hall. Here are the highlights from issues on tonight's agenda: For a full agenda of tonight's meeting and minutes from previous meetings check out the town website here. To see video from previous meetings, visit the NPA-TV website here.