Did you know that Seekonk is getting a new CVS? The planning board approved the developer's site plan for Baker's Corners at its last meeting. The building, thankfully, will not be another orange and ugly building.
John Hansen, the town planner, advised, "... it will be colonial in style with a brick front." That's better than we thought ... a good deal.
The developer also temporarily set aside plans to cut down the wood lot adjoining their property ... a good deal. Thank you to all of the local abutters who made a difference.
A lot of questions about Seekonk's future
What's happening with the proposed Walmart? What are the November Warrant Articles? Whatever happened to the well we voted to seal two years ago? When is the senior center going to be built with the money we voted to spend? Are we going to get affordable housing on the town-owned property at Gude Street as the Board of Selectmen voted to do?
Is the town going to put money aside for the future by authorizing a "real needs" budget for the C.I.C? Is the Banna fire station in the north end going to get re-built with the money Town Meeting approved (P.S. - Art Foulks needs another skilled and professional member on that building committee)?
Are some people in town REALLY dissing the talented and incredibly hardworking public works director and fire and police chief? Why are two selectmen on the Board of Health?
Will the Board of Selectmen EVER plan ahead and create goals and objectives?