Another executive session is scheduled for tonight when the Milford Board of Selectmen will discuss in
private three different issues. The latest is an open meeting law complaint filed last week by Milford
Police Chief Tom O’Loughlin regarding statements made in... Read more.
By MyFm's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen have scheduled another executive session for this Monday night, to discuss in private three issues. The first deals with Attorney Jed Nosal, with the topic being the Milford Water Company. Milford Selectmen will... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Town Clerk’s Office is releasing the timetable for residents who may be considering running for Town Office in April. Milford Selectman Chairman Michael Walsh will be up for re-election and on the School Committee, James Ligor and... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - Milford residents once again showed their support for their Police Chief filling the
room last night at the beginning of the Board of Selectmen’s meeting. There were
several items on the agenda to be discussed during executive session... Read more.
The Milford Board of Selectmen meet tonight with the agenda revealing several topics
to be discussed in executive session, at the end of the meeting. Including a discussion
with Town Counsel regarding the Carroll versus Milford civil action. The former
Chairman of the... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Worcester County District Attorney’s Office says there will be an independent investigation into the facts and circumstances of an early morning accident last month, involving Milford Selectmen Will Kingkade. District Attorney Joe Early... Read more.
ByMyFM’s Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen meet tonight at which time on the agenda is a scheduled update from the Finance Director, Zach Taylor who will update selectmen, on the Special Town Meeting to be held two weeks from tonight. The Board is also... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet in executive session at the end of their scheduled meeting tonight to discuss with Town Counsel and obtain legal advice in the case of Carroll versus the Town of Milford. Last Monday night Milford... Read more.
By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight at which time the board will make an announcement of a vote taken during an executive session held last Thursday, regarding the case of Carroll versus the Town of Milford. A legal complaint has... Read more.
By Myfm's Rick Michaels - The newly formed Milford Town Meeting Study and Improvement Committee will meet Monday night to review which articles may be included for discussion at a pre-Town Meeting forum, slated for mid-October. The forum will take place two-weeks before... Read more.
By Myfm's Rick Michaels - Milford Selectmen are again discussing the possibility of moving forward to eventually allow self-service gas pumps in town. During their meeting last night Attorney Joseph Antonellis spoke on behalf of Volta Oil Company of Plymouth which is in... Read more.
By Myfm's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen has rescheduled a meeting for tonight instead of meeting last Monday or next Monday night. On the agenda the Town Engineer will discuss with Milford Selectmen the town’s multi-hazard mitigation plan the purpose of... Read more.
By MyFM’s John Wilbur- Milford Selectmen chose the towns first human resource director after a lengthy search on Monday night. Maureen Giffin has been offered the job. Giffin a native of Milford received a unanimous vote from the board Monday night. Maureen lives in... Read more.
By MyFm's Rick Michaels- The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight and once again on the agenda is scheduled interviews with the three finalists, for the town’s newest position of Human Resources Director. The candidates are Maureen Giffen, Sanine Potemri... Read more.
By MyFM’s Rick Michaels- Prior to this year’s fall special town meeting in Milford a pre town meeting forum will be held to discuss selected articles appearing on the warrant, a forum that will be open to the public. The purpose is to provide town meeting members an... Read more.
By MyFM’s Rick Michaels-The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight and on the agenda is interviews with the three finalists one of whom, will becomes the town’s first Human Resources Director. This is a new town position that was approved at the Town Meeting in... Read more.
MILFORD - Each year the VFW promotes patriotism and invests in our future generations by holding a nationwide essay contest for students in 6th to 8th grade (Patriots Pen) and a audio-essay contest for students in high school (Voice of Democracy). At tonight's Milford... Read more.
MILORD - A public meeting will be held tonight in Milford giving residents a chance to go over information town officials have now released about the possible purchase of the Milford Water Company. The Milford Board of Selectmen continue to analyze the benefits of... Read more.
MILFORD - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight. The timing comes after the Milford Water Company made it official that it's seeking an almost 30 percent hike over existing water rates. On Thursday, the Milford Water Company made the request to the Department... Read more.
MILFORD - The retail sales of recreational marijuana will be discussed tonight when the Milford Board of Selectmen meet and following the Planning Boards’ unanimous vote last week to move ahead with a proposed zoning amendment restricting where “Pot Shops” will be able to... Read more.
MILFORD - The Milford Board of Selectmen are pleased to announce, through its new initiative with the State Community Compact Best Practice Program, the award of a Grant from the Executive Office for Administration and Finance in the amount of $12,500.00 to upgrade... Read more.
Milford Selectmen Chairman Bill Buckley tells WMRC's Ed Thompson that he plans to run for another term next year when his term is up. He believes there is more work to do and plans on making an official announcement in October. Read more.
Milford Selectmen last night voted unanimously to proceed with having a bus service come to town and seek a $75,000 grant to help defray the cost. Finance Director Zack Taylor will review the proposal and it will also go to the finance committee. The total cost is about... Read more.
Milford Selectmen awarded the contract for new railings at the town hall. The low bid is from Iron Works of River Road in Uxbridge at $13,420. Two other bids came in from Lobissor Building Corporation of Milford and North Pond, LLP of Mendon. Read more.
Milford selectmen tonight will discuss a move made by Bill Buckley to hold an executive session with Administrator Rick Villani. He has been unhappy with Villanni for several months and has criticized his decisions and performance and management style. Chairman Brian... Read more.
Milford Selectmen last night appointed Erica Robertson of Reade Street as the new zoning enforcement officer. It was an unanimous vote with Bill Buckley doing a complete turn around from two weeks ago when he was opposed to the appointment. Last night after Chairman... Read more.
The appointment of a new zoning enforcement officer in Milford will have to be discussed by selectmen again after no decision was made this week by Bill Buckley and Will Kingkade. Buckley expressed disappointment at getting only one name and the low number of... Read more.
Milford is looking for a zoning enforcement officer to succeed Lori Braza who is leaving. A complete job description is available on the town's website. All resumes must be in by today and selectmen will make the appointment on November 16th. Read more.
Milford Police have ratified their new three year contract with the town. A settlement was reached last Tuesday with a mediator after several months of tense negotiations. The deal gives police officers two percent increases in each of the first two years and two and a... Read more.
Milford Selectmen tonight will accept the resignation of Zoning Enforcement Officer Lori Ann Braza and begin the search for her successor. She worked in the building department for ten years. Resumes from qualified candidates are due by November 9th. Interviews will... Read more.
Milford Selectmen, as expected last night, voted unanimously to give taxpayers the largest tax relief amount ever of $2.8 million when the new rate is set next month. Finance Director Zack Taylor made a presentation and told the board he would recommend $2 million but... Read more.
Milford Selectmen voted last night for some substantial tax relief for residents and businesses in the wake of the town's excellent financial condition. The board will recommend using $2.8 million, the highest amount ever to lower the tax rate when it's set this fall... Read more.
Milford Selectmen tonight will discuss providing taxpayer relief in the wake of the town's excellent financial condition that includes $10.5 million in unencumbered funds, including $5.7 million in free cash and excess levy capacity of $4.8 million. The impact is for... Read more.
A fresh look at Milford's historic town meeting may be done in the coming months. Jose Costa and Reno Reluzio will discuss the enhancement initiative with selectmen tonight. The study will cover issues ranging from the physical facilities of the meeting hall, the manner... Read more.
In what could be a precedence setting decision, Milford Selectmen last night, on a two to one vote, with Chairman Brian Murray dissenting, changed the voting locations of residents living in precincts four and six. Bill Buckley and Will Kingkade voted in the affirmative... Read more.
Milford Selectmen Will Kingkade will serve as the board's liaison to the personnel board. They work to refine the classification and compensation study that was rejected by Selectmen prior to the annual town meeting. Kingkade will also work with the finance committee on... Read more.
Milford selectmen made their annual appointments and reappointments last night. The only one not getting approval was former administrator, Phyliss Ahearn, who served on the Geriatric Authority. Read more.