We’ve got the expansion of Bell Memorial Park (check out the groundbreaking and update videos for a look at the progress), Bulky Trash Day Sept. 13, the Police Department’s Golf Tournament Sept. 15, an orchid workshop and BSA Shredding Day Sept. 27 and, of course, Crabapple Fest on Saturday, Oct. 4.
Of course, the community is getting things done, too. Be sure to check out the piece on the Cambridge Bear Growl 2014 on Sept. 19, school board member Katie Reeves’ meeting throughout Milton and the Cambridge Band’s raffle for their London Trip in 2015.
Plus, we’ve got all sorts of great general information on future events like River’s Alive, certification for our firefighters, donation needs for the Milton Senior Center, and fantastic programs like Evergreen Schools and the Backyard Habitat program.
And of course don’t forget our long-running features like the Citizens’ Government Academy, parks programs, Destination Conservation, ongoing roadwork and new businesses.
Hopefully, as you look through this month’s newsletter, you’ll see what I do: A forward thinking municipal government working hard on a number of fronts to enrich its community. Because that’s what this city deserves – a group of people who feel Milton is as special as the folks who live here.
If you agree – heck, even if you don’t – why not stop by my office some time and let me know how you feel? I’d love to hear from you.