By Beth David, Editor
Well, that was quick. One of our town officials seems to have gotten into a bit of a scuffle. It is a rather disturbing video, and not a “scuffle” to the woman who got knocked right to the ground. Don’t worry, I’m going to put it up on the website. The good news is that Mr. Haworth resigned.
Meanwhile, at the Select Board meeting, they were talking about ways to rein in the conservation commission. Those guys have been out of control for awhile now. See page 13.
Acushnet had its election. No upsets, but Eric Chew did all right for his first time out. See page 9.
We also have a preview of Acushnet’s town meeting, coming up on Monday. And this year I remembered to get their employee salaries (see page 13).
Fairhaven had a Select Board meeting, too. See page 20. So, they’re going to regionalize police and fire dispatch services. I do not like the sound of that. Not at all. But, I guess we’ll have to wait and see how it goes.
Our cover story is always a fun one (see page 16). The Stamp Out Hunger campaign is a nationwide effort, but our own little pantry benefits from it.
Don’t worry if you missed it, you can still donate food at the bin at the Millicent Library, Acushnet Library, and Stop & Shop in Fairhaven.
There’s other stuff in here, of course, including some fun happenings coming up. While you’re checking it out, be sure to notice who our advertisers are so you can tell them you saw their ads in the Neighb News.
Until next week then…see ya,
Glory to Ukraine!
Glory to the Heroes!
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