Highway Surveyor to Discuss Plans for
Downtown Holiday Decorations
Citizens for Milford invites all residents of Milford who are interested in working on projects that improve the community to attend a public meeting on Tuesday, September 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the Granite Room of the Milford Town Library, located at 80 Spruce Street.
Highway Surveyor Scott Crisafulli will discuss the status of plans for adding year-round holiday decorations to Main Street. Other agenda topics include downtown revitalization, proposed reforms to town meeting, and our plans for a Candidates Forum to be held October 23rd, at which the incumbents and their opponents for state senator and state representative will speak, debate, and answer questions from the public.
We encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about our work and projects to come, listen, and share your ideas for additional projects. Feel free to bring a friend or neighbor!
Have you noticed? The advertising and media frenzy that precedes our fall election cycle has begun, unleashing a new stream of glossy postcards filling our mailboxes, campaign ads and interviews consuming air space on the radio, and colorful signs decorating lawns across the state. This fall Massachusetts voters will go to the ballot box to select not only a new governor, but also other critical state and federal leaders. Citizens for Milford encourages all voters to register to vote and to research their choices so they can make an informed vote. To help you do so, we have published the following two new pages here on our website:
- The Election 2014 page provides a list of ALL the candidates on the Democratic and Republican state primary ballots, as well as a list of the ballot questions that will be included on November’s General Election ballot. This page also includes direct links to each of the candidate’s websites. To visit this page, click here or click the Election 2014 tab above.
- The Vote! page provides a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions and answers about voter registration and how to vote. To visit this page, click here or click the Vote! tab above.