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Agricultural Commission Meets

by Bobby Blair
November 16, 2012

AgCom looking to fill two vacant Associate Commissioner vacancies ...

After coming off a busy late summer and fall schedule, the local Agricultural Commission (AgCom) is set to lay low for the winter. After many years as the commission's chairwoman, Donna Kramer will turn the reigns over at their January meeting to Tony Lulek, a local beekeeper. Lulek will be assisted by Vice Chairman William Suarez who maintains the commission's website and is a gatekeeper at the town's Community Garden.  Longtime commission clerk Janet Horne will continue her record keeping duties.

The commission has targeted March 22nd for their next event, a film to be announced similiar to this past spring's showing of the Vanishing of the Bees movie. The commission is looking for residents to step up to the plate and fill two associate positions on the board. Interested persons may submit a letter of interest to selectmen or the commission at 703 Washington Street, Holliston MA 01746. 

 

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