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Dalton proceeds — cautiously, thanks to a tangled web of state regulations — in its plan to sell the Bardin property
The Dalton Select Board voted to change language for an invitation to bid on the Bardin Property, a 148-acre tract of currently unused farmland that is subject a number of state policies and land use restrictions. A greenlight from the state Office of the Inspector General caused the move.
Dalton residents vote to approve funding for town hall renovations, Dalton Division road improvements at special town meeting
Dalton residents voted Monday to approve another $200,000 for a Town Hall renovation project, pushing the cost to $700,000, but not without grumbling from taxpayers.
Officials in Dalton will hold a special town meeting Monday, asking residents to approve spending. The largest allocations, if approved, would advance work inside town hall, with Dalton's solid waste transfer station and with the long-awaited reconstruction of Dalton Division Road.
Officials in Dalton were already mixed about asking taxpayers to kick in another $100,000 next week for a Town Hall renovation. On Tuesday, the board held to that, deciding to dramatically scale the project back.
Dalton’s top board voted this week to support having the town manage its trash transfer station, replacing a private company, to better serve residents and cut the volume of trash leaving the community.
A former investigator for the Massachusetts State Police will lead a probe into how the Dalton Police Department handled a rape case that was dropped last month by prosecutors.
These Dalton neighbors were told the snowplows wouldn’t come this year. Their reprieve will be short-lived
For Carrie Geibel, Matthew Porter and Angela Earl, what loomed as a winter of discontent began in September, when letters arrived from Town Hall saying Dalton would stop plowing River Street Extension.
Though construction work isn’t complete on the new Wahconah Regional High School in Dalton, students will start the year in their new building, as promised.
DALTON — When state highway officials propose roundabouts in cities and towns, they pause early on to ask for public comment.
DALTON — A veteran member of the Dalton Select Board faces a challenge from a town employee in Monday’s election.