Because writing about the Select Board from the inside is different, I’ve decided to do that on a different site, with a different format.
See friends and neighbors posing with the 2004 and 2007 World Series trophies.
Visit the World Series trophies at Town Hall, Saturday, April 5th.
The proposed FY09 budget with details of proposed cuts and prioritized restorations is now available.
250th Anniversary Celebration Committee is holding a benefit party, and has just launched a web site.
This site, the Town Meeting blog and the tally vote database all spring from the same belief: that participation, information and accountability are vital for good government. Now it’s time to take that belief a step further.
Unclaimed funds will be considered “abandoned” and returned to the Town’s general fund.
UMass is sponsoring a panel discussion October 30th on economic development issues, in collaboration with Amherst and Hadley town officials.
Public input is needed as Amherst updates its Open Space and Recreation Plan. Two upcoming meetings will gather community comment.
Come downtown Thursday evening for gallery tours, street performers, and a wrap-up party at the Lord Jeff.
The big public intro of the Master Plan draft will be Thursday evening at Bangs Center.
The Select Board is inviting the public to offer its FY09 budget priorities at a meeting to be held September 20th.
Joel B. Bard of Kopelman and Paige, P.C. will be Amherst’s new Town Counsel, starting August 1st.
The town may not be ranked with the 100 “best,” but it is high on the magazine’s lists of most singles and youngest populations.
Announcement of the South Amherst site was made on Larry Kelley’s blog.
The sale of the former fraternity parcels on North Pleasant Street is now official.
Four local non-profits will receive $2,500 grants from money leftover from the Governor’s inauguration.
The Chinese immersion school received the only new charter granted this year.
Yes, the Select Board met May 23rd. No, the recap still hasn't been posted a week later. The long version is still pending, but here's the infobit version.
Dog licenses must be renewed by May 31st or face a $30 late fee.
Infobits are tiny timely tidbits of Amherst information.