Week in Review: Fujita Wants a New Lawyer, Woman Survives Falling Tree and More

It was quite a week in terms of Wayland news. Check out this quick recap of major headlines.

Fujita's Family Hopeful He Will Remain with Current Counsel
Nathaniel Fujita, the man accused of murdering Lauren Astley last summer, surprised the court Monday with a request to part ways with his current lawyer.

Woman Pinned in Car Thanks 'Heroes' in Wayland Fire Department
A falling tree pinned a woman in her car Sunday night, but she miraculously walked away with only some aches and pains.

Complete Warrant Recap: Wayland 2012 Special Town Meeting
Wayland residents spent Wednesday night in Special Town Meeting where they made some decisions regarding herbicide use, budget creation and more.

Who Won the Presidential Debate? Patch Live Chat Recap
Also on Wednesday, Patch invited local political influencers and Patch readers throughout the state to live chat during the first presidential debate.

Possible Algae Elicits Public Health Warning for Mansion Beach
The state Department of Health took a look at some photos captured at Mansion Beach and determined that blue-green algae could be growing there.

Wayland Finance Director Plans to Resign Later This Month
Michael DiPietro has alerted officials that he plans to step down from the position he has held for the past eight years.


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