What You Missed At Last Night's Board of Selectmen Meeting
Selectmen voted on a ice cream store and some supplies for the Senior Center at last night's meeting.
You didn't miss the Board of Selectmen's meeting last night–did you? Just in case you did, Patch was there to give you a quick recap. Here are a few of the main points.
- Selectmen moved to allow the the Natick Housing Trust to make renovations to affordable housing in town totaling up to $90,000 in value.
- The Board received a complaint from the Mass Auto Association to revoke a class 1 dealer license granted to Tesla Motors on the grounds that they don't meet the requirements of a car dealer.
- A unanimous vote granted a license to Jimmy's Jimmies, a new ice cream store that will go in place of the now vacant Black Cow ice cram shop.
- A short discussion was held on the use of funds to supply electronics to the new Senior Center, which is currently under construction. The Center will receive $102,013 in iPads, computers and other electronics.
- The Selectmen also discussed $185,013 in supplies for the new Senior Center including chairs and fixtures.