1. Kim Allard, the former Attleboro city councilor charged with two counts of grand larceny of an elderly man, could appear in court in Fall River today. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for the case against her. Sources say the focus of the hearing is on whether the defense can depose former Probate Judge Edward F. Casey, the man Allard is accused of victimizing. She pleaded not guilty to the charges last year.
Closer to home, Seekonk resident Christopher Perry, who is accused of being involved in the theft of a dog at the Attleboro Animal Shelter, is expected to appear in court in Attleboro today. He was arrested last month on suspicion of receiving stolen property and pleaded not guilty.
2. The Attleboro Municipal Council will hold committee meetings at Attleboro City Hall at 7 p.m. The agenda can be found here.
3. The Seekonk Fall Town Meeting is scheduled to take place at Seekonk High School at 7 p.m. All registered voters can attend and be part of the decision making. Go here to see the warrant (agenda).
4. Attleboro High School parents is the next group to meet for the Superintendent Search Group. Have you taken part in any of these focus groups? If you want to have input, now is the time to attend and let your voice be heard. The session is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
5. Prepare to get wet. The National Weather Service says there is a 70 percent chance of daytime rain and a 40 percent chance of nighttime rain. Also in the daytime forecast are cloudy skies, a south wind moving up to 14 mph with gusts up to 25 mph and a high of 63 degrees. At night, it is expected to be partly cloudy with a low of 33.