A recap of some big Wayland headlines this week.
1. Veteran Wayland Police Officer Retiring After 34 Years Sgt. Richard Manley is tackling a new challenge after three decades on the Wayland police force. 2. Chris Brown Announces Candidacy for Board of Selectmen The current chair of the Wayland Board of Public Works announced his run for Board of Selectmen this week. 3. Nothing Found after 'Low-Level Credibility Threat' at WMS A late afternoon phone call led to an investigation at Wayland Middle School. 4. Claypit Teacher Wins Johnson Travelship Award This first-grade teacher plans to take her three children to China thanks to an annual award for teachers in Wayland. 5. Selectmen Hear About New Plans for Old Housing Project The Danforth Housing Project in Framingham could impact Wayland …
Chris Brown plans to run for one of two seats that will be on voters' ballots this year.
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
My name is Chris Brown, and I am running for a seat on the Wayland Board of Selectmen. I am running because I believe that Wayland is a great town, with great people, great schools, great natural resources and great services … and I want to keep it this way. My service as a member and current chair of the Board of Public Works has given me invaluable experience within Wayland town government; experience that will allow me to be an effective voice for Wayland residents on the Board of Selectmen. My wife Jeannie and I moved to Wayland 10 years ago – like many of you, for the excellent educational opportunities and the semi-rural way of life. We have two children, CJ (9) and Lindsey (7) in the Wayland schools. Many of you have probably seen …