The Week in Review: Reardon Making Rep Run
Events that occurred in the past week in Belmont.
Van Ness Road resident and Bentley University senior Bobby Reardon has submitted nomination papers to the Town Clerk's office to fill the vacant state representative seat recently held by Belmont's Will Brownberger. The 22-year-old said interning this summer in Brownsberger's office prompted him to run for the seat and serve this community on Beacon Hill.
The Town Treasurer released the bill on moving the Thomas Clark House: a little bit more than $13,000.
The final candidates list was released by the town with all the residents running town wide and those seeking election onto the Board of Selectmen.
The Belmont League of Women Voters announced that their Candidate's Night will be held on March 22.
The Pomona Project's plant sale – run by the people who manage the award-winning Farmers' Market – has been extended to Feb. 28.
From the Police Log: A 'shady' man at Rock Meadow threatens to make a dog his dinner.
The Belmont Girls' Hockey and Boys' Basketball will begin their playoff runs this week: the boys travel to Wakefield on Thursday while girls' hockey team will have at least one home game sometime this week.