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The Week in Review: Historic Health Pact, Cushing Village Cuts

The events and news from the previous week in Belmont.

A was signed this week between the town and its unions in which employees are required to pay an increase in co-pay deductible resulting in savings to the town totaling $1.3 million. The new agreement, outside collective bargaining, was allowed by amendments to state law signed by Gov. Patrick last summer. Belmont is one of the first communities to take advantage of the new state law.

as the MBTA has decided to raise rates to deal with its $185 million budget deficit. But Belmont commuters said that some of the bus routes into the Center have experienced a reduction in service, something that State Sen. Will Brownsberger will investigate.

The and changes to architectural design that were suggested in previous meetings by abutters. But a late dispute on the number of residential units required to make the project financially viable led to allegations that the Planning Board was going beyond its purview as stated in the town's bylaw creating a special zoning district in Cushing Square.

Financial reports submitted to the Town Clerks office shows that Board of Selectman candidate and spent more than twice the amount raised by his challenger Dan Scharfman.

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, who ran for Town Clerk in 2010, has taken out nomination papers for a possible run for the state's House of Representatives seat formerly held by now State Sen. Will Brownsberger.

A Belmont resident that has victimized 60,000 elderly citizens in the US last year. 

to the coming centennial event.

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