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      Tuesday
      Nov292016

      Bring Pix to the Party

      Don't forget, the Orange Christmas Party starts at 5pm December 11. The organizing committee is looking for photos taken at previous parties. If you have some, please show up an hour early at the Town House.

      Monday
      Nov212016

      Happy Winter! (and minutes)

      We haven't been in touch lately because of technical difficulties. The webmaster fixed everything by throwing his computer against the wall. Worked like a charm.

      Here are the last few Select Board minutes. 

      And here's a snowy picture of the Heinrichs meadow. Have a beautiful Thanksgiving.

      Monday
      Oct102016

      Voter Notice

      Beth DiFrancesco asked us to post this:

      The Supervisors of the Checklist will meet at the Orange Townhouse on Tuesday, November 1, from 6:00-6:30pm.

      NO changes to the checklist may be after this session until election day. 

      Thursday
      Sep222016

      Select Board Minutes

      You'll find the approved minutes for August 23 here.

      Monday
      Sep192016

      Burnt Hill Road Will Be Closed Friday Afternoon

      Scott Sandborn, our Road Agent, says that Burnt Hill Road will be temporarily closed for about 2 to 4 hours beginning around 3pm this Friday, September 23, so that some large tree snags can get removed.


      In the meantime, he says to use caution on Burnt Hill, especially when it's windy. Cones mark the area with the snags.