Belmont Week in Review: Superintendent Finalists, Clark House Future in Doubt, Scharfman Run

The past week in Belmont.

Three finalists were named to replace current Belmont School Superintendent Dr. Thomas Kingston. They will be interviewed in the first week of December.

The latest proposal to save the historic Thomas Clark House, by using public money to place it on School Street, has run into the reality of the Community Preservation Committee which will only discuss a grant if supporters obtain clear title of the town-owned plot. 

The Belmont Board of Selectmen will make a decision on the developer of the Woodfall Road parcel on Dec. 2.

Nearly 600 friends and runners participated in the first Scharfman Memorial Run.

The town has begun an effort to have the public know about Belmont's new snow removal regulations before the first large snow fall. 

The Belmont High Girls' Swimming team finished second in the Division 2 state championships.

Ninty-five percent of all Belmont teachers were rated as either proficient or exemplary in the state's new evaluation system

Belmont Police Department welcomed five new officers to the force, each are residents of the town. 

Speaking of the Belmont Police Department, a video of police headquarters found its way onto the Fox network comedy 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine" as an example of a small town police headquarter. It was only shown for two seconds.


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