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Selectmen OK creation of informal work group

August 14, 2012
STURBRIDGE — Following a lengthy debate during their Aug. 6 meeting, selectmen decided to support the creation of an informal work group that will discuss ideas for improving the wastewater treatment facility at the Sturbridge Retirement Co-Op Corporation park.

Chairman Thomas Creamer, Priscilla Gimas, and Mary Redetzke voted in favor of the work group, with Mary Blanchard and Mary Dowling abstaining from the vote. The group will consist of Creamer, Gimas, SRCC office manager Mary Berry, two residents of the SRCC park, Town Administrator Shaun Suhoski, and DPW Director Greg Morse.

Blanchard argued that a motion pertaining to the formation of a work group consisting of selectmen and other town officials should not have been presented without prior consideration from the board. Creamer disagreed, saying individual selectmen have the right to speak to residents about issues and perform certain actions without the consent of the entire board.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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