Category Archive for 'Meetings'

Tonight, we as a community will get a first look at what cuts our school system is expected to absorb during this very difficult budget year. Please join us at 7 p.m. in the Buker Multipurpose Room, where the Superintendent will present the school budget to all the important decision makers in our towns: the […]

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Last year, our towns appointed a Blue Ribbon Committee of citizens to review our schools. The BRC will present its findings and recommendations at a televised Joint Meeting of the Hamilton and Wenham Boards of Selectmen and the School Committee Wednesday, June 17th at 7 p.m. at Wenham Town Hall. Please join us—or watch the […]

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Candidates for selectman and other important posts in both Hamilton and Wenham will be speaking publicly this Tuesday night, from 7 p.m. — 9:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room of the Miles River Middle School. The event, which is hosted by the non-partisan League of Women Voters, will also be televised live on our local […]

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Please join SOS at our monthly meeting as we host members of the Wenham and Hamilton Boards of Selectmen. Agenda items include: Dialogue on the Hamilton/Wenham police merger A brief presentation from the Hamilton Government Study group Information on the Capital Debt Exclusion that’s been requested for school building repair and maintenance Update on FY10 […]

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Please join SOS at our monthly meeting, open to everyone, as we host members of the Wenham and Hamilton Boards of Selectmen, who will talk about the proposed merger of the two town’s police departments and how such a move might affect town and school finances. Other agenda items include: A brief presentation from the […]

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The School Committee is holding its one and only Public Forum on the Fiscal Year 2010 budget today, Thursday, March 19, at 7 p.m. in the Buker Multipurpose Room.  This public forum is your last and best chance to ask questions and share your opinions about  what’s getting cut, what schools and programs will be […]

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1) This Thursday, March 5, at 7 p.m. at Buker School the School Committee will address three issues of importance to school supporters: A revised FY10 school budget and a revised list of proposed cuts to school personnel and services. The numbers have changed now that the towns have made a preliminary vote to contribute […]

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