There's some good news for Dartmouth. Standard and Poors Rating Service has reaffirmed Dartmouth's Triple-A bond rating.
Town Administrator David Cressman says the Triple-A rating has a positive benefit for town residents. "It means that when we issue these bonds, some of which have a term of 20 years, and even at the low interest rates today, we're going to be saving the residents money,&quo
Fairhaven's new town administrator will have big shoes to fill as he takes over for the Standard Times' 2015 "Man of the Year", Jeff Osuch.
While Mark Rees was just a spectator for Monday's Board of Selectmen meeting, he'll be hands-on for the next one on January 19...
Fairhaven Selectmen were due to announce their choice for the town's first Town Administrator yesterday, but have not yet made a decision.
Selectman Chairman Geoff Haworth says the candidates were interviewed by the Selectmen on Saturday, and presented some interesting backgrounds the Selectmen would like to follow up on...
Longtime Fairhaven Executive Secretary, Jeff Osuch is ready to retire, but not until a Town Administrator is found later this year.
Fairhaven's Town Meeting voted to replace his position with a Town Administrator two weeks ago. The Town Administrator would carry more authority and responsibility in town business, however the exact changes in responsibilities will still need to be determined by the
Mattapoisett's Town Administrator has closed a stretch of Acushnet Road in the town due to safety concerns.
According to the Standard Times, Town Administrator Michael Gagne closed Acushnet Road at Tinkham Pond after a problem with the road's subsurface was noticed about a week ago...