Here’s a look at the top five stories in Hamilton and Wenham last week, Nov. 7-13.
The search committee that is looking for a new town administrator for Nahant announced this week that Jeff Chelgren, Wenham’s town administrator, is one of the three finalists for the position. Chelgren, along with the other two finalists - Lancaster Town Administrator Orlando Pacheco and Saugus Town Manager Andrew Bisignani – will be interviewed by the Nahant Board of Selectmen on Thursday night.
2. Generals Football and Girls’ Cross Country Are Champions
Saturday was a day of champions for the Generals, as . In Boston at , the girls’ cross-country team .
The received the backing of Town Meeting voters on Tuesday night at Wenham’s . The vote was the only one of the 11 articles that required a card count.
Voters overwhelmingly turned down that would have given the Board of Selectmen $18,000 to hand out midyear pay raises to some non-union department heads that have gone three years without a raise.
Redevelopment of some portions of downtown Hamilton has been a focus on town leaders in the past year, i.
The property was sold to to become the new home for the company’s truck. The sale, which occurred in late October, was first reported last week on Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
The best way to resolve a dispute about trees that were cut on condominium property in Wenham remains unresolved. Last week, members of the Wenham Planning Board and the condominium board of trustees tried to work out a resolution.