Week in Review: Coyote Season and No Override Needed
Check out some of the top stories in Winchester from the past week.
After voting against an override last year, Winchester residents may not have to make that decision again this year.
Town Manager Richard Howard submitted his proposed 2013 budget last week to the Finance Committee and said that an override is not needed. However, according to Howard, while there won’t be an override vote this year, one may be needed in the next year or two in order to prevent service cuts.
For over 30 years the Winchester Meals on Wheels program has been serving food to Winchester residents.
After 10 years in its current location, Yoga Mandala is about to move to a new site at 750 Main St. Owner Nicole Grant wasn’t actively looking for a new space, but when the chance fell into her lap just before the yoga studio’s current lease was up, Grant decided to take the leap.
Winchester parents who are enrolling their children in the All-Day Kindergarten program will see next year’s tuition decrease.
In a departure from proposals that would raise T fares and slash services to balance the T's budget, the state's top transportation official says his agency aims to raise enough revenue to avoid service cuts.
Secretary of Transportation Richard Davey made the remarks to the Boston Globe.
Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Commissioner Edward M. Lambert Jr. released updated visitor guidelines for the Middlesex Fells Reservation, which include rules about off trail use and a dog-designated area.