The US Army Corps of Engineers is reviewing its lease of federal land to Joe’s Lobster Mart, Inc. on Canal Road in light of a guilty plea by its corporation president to the sale of stolen oysters.
The event is set for Wednesday, April 30, from 7 to 9 PM on the second floor of Sandwich Town Hall.
The Sandwich Board of Selectmen will ask voters at the May 5 Annual Town Meeting to approve an agreement that will cut about $60 million over four years from the assessed value of the canal plant.
New athletic fields and one or more indoor athletic buildings may be built adjoining the existing town-owned golf course.
The selectmen approved the proposed budget, which was prepared by town manager George H. Dunham, at their meeting last week.
The board of selectmen appointed new members to the Sandwich Energy Committee and the Sandwich Cultural Council at the board’s meeting April 3.
A massive copper beech tree believed to be at least 150 years old toppled to the ground at the Madden homestead on Old Main Street during the last blizzard.
Five more grade crossings in Sandwich and one in Bourne are slated for improvement this spring.
John Davis, the Boston attorney who has represented the school committee in the case, said he had come across some double-counting of interest
Hope, a feeling not often associated with Sandwich’s lengthy battle against beach erosion, made its appearance April 3 at an update on the town’s efforts to restore and renew its beaches.