Chad Cellana and Trenten Lynch of New England Regional Dispensaries (NERD) are proposing to build a pot production greenhouse and retail outlet at 28 Cross Road, within the marijuana overlay district approved at town meeting two years ago.
The Council on Aging is holding a number of technology-based seminars for seniors. Friday's focused on avoiding scams but Clark said the plan is to cover an array of topics to help seniors become more adept with technology.
The school site had several issues, not the least of which was safety as some residents and officials were concerned about the imminent move of the Youth Center to the school building. The new site is located near the intersection of the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail and the Appalachian Trail.
Nearly two dozen people attended an emergency meeting organized by Lauren and Robert Norcross at the center on Thursday night to find ways to keep the 15-year-old building open and the Council on Aging functioning.
The Board of Selectmen are asking Town Manager Kelli Robbins to come up with a plan for the Council on Aging.
The Selectmen previously increased and then reduced Council on Aging Director Lorna Gayle's house. For most of the year, she had been working 27 hours a week - an increase from last year - but the Board of Selectmen opted to reduce that. The Council on Aging's board of directors has been advocating for those hours to be restored.
Eight of the regulars at the Senior Center attended last Wednesday's meeting to express their concerns over leasing the space, cleanup responsibilities, grant funding for its operation and the lack of a director.