It's a busy week ahead in Abington
Abington students will not be required to wear masks when they return to school in September.
Abington's Week Ahead includes zoning feuds, lower than average vax numbers, a Zip-Trip visit, a Boosters fundraiser; and the Conservation, zoning, assessors, health boards meet
Monday's selectmen's meeting felt like an awards show with a number of people receiving commendations for their work on behalf of the community.
Abington officials welcomed Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito to town Friday hoping to show her that communities can efficiently manage vaccine clinics.
Abington's Week Ahead include new gathering limits, and meetings of the selectmen, housing trust, and school boards.
Teachers can start getting signing up for vaccines March 11; changes in school committee candidates, town hall open again to the public, and more!
Abington's week ahead features continued unhappiness over vaccinations, discussions about town elections, a boosters fundraiser, and meetings with the selectmen, finance, and school boards.
Local leaders from across the region, including Abington, launched a broadside against the Baker Administration Thursday saying the state’s decision to eliminate town-organized vaccination clinics threatens the safety of vulnerable populations.
The Baker Administration and state DPH owes town's like Abington an apology and explnation.