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Public feedback will help board decide if policy changes should be made.
Salary increases will total 8.7 percent over the life of the agreement.
Stop 18 Homes’ environmental expert will speak at Oct. 9 meeting.
Compensation for council, mayor remain flat; others see 2 percent increase.
Council also supports Youth Services Newcomers Club, change in tenancy at Sanofi site.
Government, Police & Fire
Internal group questions if the plan makes financial and operational sense for Bridgewater.
Special meeting set to hear maintenance code violations of Claire Drive home.
Psychic gives teens an insight into the powers of the mind.
Administrators request change to help curb an increase in absences.
Board, teachers moving toward fact-finding.
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