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The Week in Review: Quiet Start to Town Meeting

Events that occurred in the previous week in Belmont.

It was as the first night lasted less than two hours. The only article that created some debate, a plan was defeated. Yet it appears Belmont will be required to pay into the plan as the measure appears on its way to be established as a majority of the 16 member towns in the regional school system are likely to OK that measure. 

The by the School Committee and Board of Selectmen. The budget is just north of $43 million, up 3.6 percent from the previous year with no cuts in staff.

A to existing town department's budgets.

Two more individuals made it official for a run to fill the vacant state House of Representative seat once held by Will Brownsberger. Belmont attorney and Cambridge law student will be running in the Democrat primary.

Belmont as the school district will be implementing a new state initiative to provide school children a healthier breakfast and lunch. The one down side: meals will cost more.

A for being the responsible party for a series of vehicle break-ins around town in the past month.

signed a letter of intent to play field hockey at Bentley University while her three-season teammate,, was asked to the prom just after scoring a hat trick.

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