This Week in Bolton (11/6–11/10)

Another busy week is in store for Bolton.

Tonight, November 6, the Heritage Farm Commission meets at 7 at the Notch Road Municipal Center, Room 9. The agenda is here.

Tuesday, November 7, is Election Day! Polls are open at Town Hall from 6 am to 8 pm. You can find a sample ballot here. For a list of Democratic candidates with links to their bios, look here. Schools will be closed Tuesday, so please be extra careful when driving around town!

Wednesday, November 8, the Planning and Zoning Commission meets at 7:30 at Town Hall. Two public hearings are scheduled. The first concerns a revision to the town zoning regulations to allow light manufacturing in areas zoned for “general business.” The second is a subdivision application for a four-lot open space conservation development at 114 Brandy St. (As of this writing, the agenda had not been posted to the town website.)

Thursday, November 9, the Board of Education meets at 6:30 in the BHS Library. The agenda includes a vote on a new AP U.S. government and politics textbook and a presentation on mastery-based learning at the high school.

Friday, November 10, Town Offices are closed in observance of Veteran’s Day. Schools are open, however, with BCS having a wonderful school-wide assembly to honor veterans.

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