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Sudbury Selectmen offer their assistance to Selectmen in Newtown, Conn.
Sudbury's Board of Selectmen got a report card Tuesday night on SudburyTV.
Town's transition to GIC key in savings.
A plan to create a senior residential community in Sudbury gets a warm reception but not a formal vote.
Community would consist of 50 bedrooms.
Residents who oppose an affordable housing development planned for South Sudbury continue to voice concern.
A bat flies into Town Hall, disrupting the discussion over Johnson Farm.
After approving a modified version of the controversial housing project in June, Board members continue to express reservations about the 40B development.
Tim Fong chooses his words carefully as he describes the events at his restaurant on May 9.
Chairman Larry O'Brien explains why he needs to exit from the meeting before discussion of the Lavender incident on May 9 begins.
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