The purpose of the public hearing is to consider the percentage(s) of the FY2014 tax levy to be borne by each class of taxable real and personal property.
All persons interested in this determination may appear and be heard at the time and place mentioned above. Anyone who would like to submit written comments should submit those comments to the Board of Selectmen, 13 East Central Street, Natick, MA 01760 (fax 508 647-6401) or Selectmen@natickma.org no later than noon on Wednesday, November 13, 2013.
2. The Wilson Magazine Drive starts this week on Nov. 7. Your children will be coming home with magazine packets, including postcard mailers on Nov. 7. The postcard program is a way to reach out to family and friends and ask them to support the school If you choose to participate in the postcard program, have your child fill out the postcards and return them to school on Nov. 8.
3. Nov. 18-22 is American Education Week. The Natick School District encourages parents to visit the schools during the week in an effort to provide for interaction with students and staff members and to showcase the schools.
Each elementary school will be open to families during the first hour of each day during American Education Week, with a different grade level represented on each day.
4. In case you missed it: Rose Huling of the Morse Institute Library Wins Award at National Bookmobile Conference.
Tuesday: Sunny. Bit milder. Upper 40s to 50.
Wednesday: Nice! Warmer. Still sunny. Upper 50s to near 60.
Thursday: Mostly sunny skies start to cloud over late. Mid 60s. Showers likely late in the day and overnight.