Today's Stories: Chapel will vote on fate of cell tower lease; IRISS opens global headquarters; Roads closed for Siesta Fiesta; Waxing poetic: Cedric Hameed
Susan Smith, a longtime accountant in Connecticut, accepted the town's finance director position and will report to the town in mid-May.
If Island Chapel members approve the extension of a lease agreement for
a cell tower, Jim Eatrides and Kevin Barile plan to submit a new application.
Colony Beach & Tennis Resort Association President Jay Yablon said the vote â€˜is clearly in favor of a rebuildâ€™ and plans to ask a redevelopment committee to pick a future developer.
The Planning and Zoning Board will review Mar Vista owner Ed Chilesâ€™ request to build a second story and space for events and wedding receptions.
The Police Department Union met with town staff last week to present a proposal and to consider a proposal that doesnâ€™t include a defined benefit contribution plan.
Board members request that new ballots be sent by certified mail to improve response rate for another 10-year extension.