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Unsealing the history behind town seals

Boston Globe 6/25/17: Unsealing the history behind town seals. … Peters believes that many seals tell a more nuanced story about the relationship between early settlers and natives. Wayland’s shows Indians living traditionally on their own land just as colonists arrive bearing a white flag of peace. Towns like Needham and Watertown depict meetings of mutual respect on their seals.

Natick residents weigh in on Rte. 27 project

Wayland Town Crier 6/22/17: Natick residents weigh in on Rte. 27 project. Residents raised a variety of suggestions and concerns Thursday about plans to reconstruct part of Rte. 27. The comments came during a state Department of Transportation public hearing at Wilson Middle School where project officials described the design to date.

AG: Wayland ZBA violated Open Meeting Law related to content of minutes, not agendas

Wayland Town Crier 6/23/17: AG: Wayland ZBA violated Open Meeting Law related to content of minutes, not agendas. As it worked to remedy an Open Meeting Law violation for not promptly approving minutes, the Zoning Board of Appeals committed a different violation, the state Attorney General’s Office ruled. The board did not include sufficient detail in minutes for a Jan. 24 meeting at which it worked on approving a backlog of meeting minutes.

Hundreds sign Wayland school bus parking petition

Wayland Town Crier 6/21/17: Hundreds sign Wayland school bus parking petition. Almost 800 people have signed a petition urging town officials to not park school buses at schools or by neighborhoods. The petition urges officials to reject Claypit Hill Elementary School and Wayland Middle School as sites to park buses once they can no longer be stored at the former municipal septage facility on Rte. 20.

Wayland Firefighters Receive Life-saving Gift of Pet Oxygen Masks

Wayland Patch 6/20/17: Wayland Firefighters Receive Life-saving Gift of Pet Oxygen Masks. The Wayland Fire Department has received a donation of three sets of specially designed pet oxygen masks from at-home pet services provider Canine Company. Company CEO Jennifer Hill personally visited the fire department Tuesday to deliver the life-saving masks to Wayland Chief David Houghton, and to thank firefighters for caring about the welfare of family pets.

Wayland student wins 2nd place in SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition

Wayland Town Crier 6/19/17: Wayland student wins 2nd place in SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition. Sam Tilley, a junior at Wayland High School, is a national winner of the SIFMA Foundation’s InvestWrite competition. Tilley was named the second-place high school winner for Fall 2016.

Neighborhood story: Wayland’s Dudley Pond

Metrowest Daily News 6/19/17: Neighborhood story: Wayland’s Dudley Pond. Waterfront views are never far away along the narrow, windy roads that lead past former summer cottages around Dudley Pond. The pond is a center of activity for the neighborhood. People fish, take pontoon boats on excursions, exercise by paddling canoes and kayaks and enjoy wintertime sports and activities.