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The Marblehead board members are worried that MBTA cuts could include the 441 route, which also serves Swampscott.
Marblehead's Fair Housing Committee sets open house for four two-bedroom condos at Marblehead Highlands.
The site plan review is expected next month.
The town's current plan for residential and commercial development is decades old.
The advisory group will meet starting in February.
The goal would be to reduce paper and printing costs.
Selectmen started talking about the trash pickup proposal last week.
Selectmen deadlocked on a proposal to spend $17,000 of savings from the two-barrel trash pickup program to treat condo owners the same as all other residents.
Board members will also talk about authorizing the state to take jurisdiction over King's Beach.
The fees are up by $17,000.
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