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Three Things You Missed at Monday's Selectmen Meeting

A few notes from Monday's Board of Selectmen meeting.

The first meeting for the new term of Wayland's Board of Selcetmen began Monday night with the most senior member, Joe Nolan, calling the meeting to order.

Nolan acknowledged the service of Sue Pope and Tom Fay, who are no longer serving on the board, and welcomed the two new members, Ed Collins and Doug Leard.

Here are three things you missed from Monday's meeting:

1. John Bladon and Steve Correia were unanimously elected to serve as chair and vice chair, respectively, for the new term of the Board of Selectmen. Leard was originally nominated for the vice chairmanship, but declined the nomination due to a currently busy schedule that includes working on a degree in emergency management.

2. Selectmen approved the relocation of NSTAR utility poles in order to allow for Wayland Town Center roadwork to take place.

3. will be permitted to sell alcoholic beverages from carts on the golf course. Selectmen unanimously approved the sell while encouraging Wayland Country Club owner Robert Quirk to ensure his servers are appropriately trained.

Editor's Note: We apologize for the incomplete nature of point 1. A cut and paste error occurred. It has been corrected above.


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