A look back at what we learned about Holliston this week.
Holliston has big plans for 2012. Locals shared their New Year's resolutions with us in this video. The Fire Department may soon be on the cutting-edge. Fire Chief Michael Cassidy asked Selectmen for funding for a new mapping software that could bring emergency crews information to better protect Holliston. A Holliston resident has stepped down as Boston Tea Party President. Christen Varley, a Holliston resident and former President of the Greater Boston Tea Party has stepped down as leader of the organization. A Milford casino may be a bit more likely. Foxborough selectmen voted against negotiating with casino planners amid rising public concern over the issue.
We recap some of the top stories of the past week.
1. It's not just residents that fear a casino. A Massachusetts planning board listed its concerns regarding a casino in the state, saying that infrastructure changes would be necessary to accommodate such a facility. 2. Holliston police are cracking down on drunk driving. Police released a statement this week outlining their intentions to increase patrols during the holidays in order to take drunk-drivers off the street. 3. Holliston hockey started out strong. With a final score of 4-0 the Panthers defeated the Hillers using speed and finesse to out-maneuver a tough opponent from Hopkinton. 4. Residents are speaking out against a casino. In an opinion piece, David Bastille states why a casino in Milford will impact the way of life for …