April 1, 2023
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At the Selectmen’s Meeting of March 15th, there was scheduled to be a joint meeting with the School Committee to hear the 2023-2024 Budget Presentation for the district. Two members of the … more
The following is in response to Joe Siegel’s inquiries sent to me in regard to the FY’24 Budget Reductions put forth by Mr. Runey and voted on by the D-R School Committee:When issues … more
I would like to address two well written articles in the February issue of the Reporterby Katy Rouke and Lisa Sirois. They along with other Rehoboth citizens have submitted a citizens bylaw for the … more
I would like to encourage citizens to come to the meeting on May 9th to vote on the warrant articles. I think that it is important to vote YES to adopt a 35-foot Preservation Zone around … more
The March issue of The Reporter featured an article about Mayor DaSilva’s proposed community center, accompanied by an architectural rendering of this 61,000-sf building. A quick glance shows … more
By Ensuring All Students Have Access to School Meals At No Cost, More Children Could Receive The Nutrition They Need At School — Helping Them To Thrive.Families with kids across Massachusetts … more
Due to several circumstances, this budget season is a challenge. With limited revenue growth and increasing costs due to inflation, we find ourselves in the difficult position of needing to cut … more
Dear Reader, My name is Joshua Troiano and I am a member of the Seekonk Parks and Recreation committee. I was appointed by the board of selectmen in the summer of 2021 and since then, have had … more
A citizen’s petition for a wetland preservation zone by-law was submitted to the Board of Selectmen for a vote at the May 9 Annual town Meeting. The state’s Wetland Preservation Act only … more
On Monday Evening, May 9th, we have the opportunity to vote to support the Wetlands Preservation Zone By-Law. This by-law will provide a 35 ft. zone of protection for wetland in Rehoboth and will … more
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