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A former selectman is back on the Lee Select Board after winning a three-way race Monday. All three ballot questions passed, including a non-binding referendum call for the board to rescind acceptance of a PCB disposal site in town.
Lee Selectwoman Patricia Carlino will not seek reelection in May. Carlino was the last of the three Select Board members who signed off on the Rest of River agreement that includes a PCB dump in town.
The Attorney General’s office ruled this week that a bylaw change approved during Lee’s town meeting last June cannot go into effect because it conflicts with state law. The finding is a setback for opponents of a proposed PCB dump.
An ad hoc search committee will begin the new year sifting through nearly 20 applications from people wanting to be Lee's next town administrator.
Canna Provisions can forgo paying Lee a $1 million community impact fee. But, this does not imply that an impact fee won’t be assessed in future years.
The Lee Select Board will spend the next two weeks pulling together a strategic plan for finding a successor to Chris Ketchen and what to do in the interim until a new town administrator is found. Lee was forced to seek its own day-to-day town hall boss after Lenox pulled the plug on a shared administrator agreement. Ketchen’s last day in Lee is Sept. 26.
Lee Select Board likely to begin search for a town administrator now that Lenox has opted out of a shared-municipal boss with Lee. Current and former Lee Select Board members laud Chief Administrative Officer Christopher Ketchen for managing two towns at once. Past selectmen David Consolati and Thomas Wickham say they understand why Lenox pulled out of the agreement
The Lakehouse Inn in Lee wants the state Land Court in Boston to overturn the Lee Select Board's May 4 decision to grant a special permit to Forest Wilde LLC to convert the Cork 'N Hearth restaurant next door into a retail recreational store and manufacturing facility. The court has scheduled a Zoom hearing on the appeal for 2:30 p.m. on July 29, Judge T. Smith presiding.
Forest Wilde now finds itself caught between the legal action and the possible need to seek permission from the Lenox Zoning Board of Appeals to manufacture and sell cannabis products. Lenox municipal officials want a say in whether to allow the pot shop to open because part of the restaurant lies within their town.
LEE — For the fourth time in 10 months, the Lee School Committee has a vacancy to fill.
LEE — Lee’s lone recreational marijuana store is looking for a seven-figure savings from the town.