Milford Board of Aldermen highlights

Richard Platt was named city historian for a five-year period.

A number of historical enthusiasts spoke in support of Milford Hospital's real estate entity purchasing the historic John Downs House and then giving it back to the city and pay the city $880,000. However, the hospital would get two acres of land to build on, which more than 10 residents spoke out against. Aldermen still deliberating on the proposal. An approval is expected. I will update later.

Also more than 15 Woodmont residents are urging the aldermen to buy a home on Grove Street to place a pump station there because their septic systems are failing and its hard for them to flush, do laundry, and take showers. The aldermen are poised to buy the house for $170,000 to put the pump station there. The house is vacant. The total cost for the sewer project is between $1.7 million and $2.1 million.

I'll post full links to the articles once they are on nhregister.com

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