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An eyewitness to the accident, Cole Wuollet, was behind Sisto waiting at the train crossing on North Road.
In 2009 there were about 1,800 calls. In 2016, CAFD received 3,000 emergency calls and 43 calls in the 60 hours prior to this interview.
Councilors will be interviewing applicants for two positions on the Parks Commission. Rick Stowell resigned his position and Amy Louhela said she would like to be reappointed to her position, since her term expired. The council voted to require Louhela to also interview for her position. The council has received several applications and will accept new ones until the interviews during the work sessions of Jan. 17 and Feb. 7.
Although Powers no longer drives motorcycles, he still loves performance vehicles. In 2015 Powers said he was looking at “old people” vans when another vehicle caught his eye, a 2014 Hemi Charger. He couldn't resist the power of the Hemi. “The vans didn't look like fun at all,” said Powers with a mischievous twinkle in his eyes.
Guided tours run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 1-3 p.m. Sunday.
There are programs available at the wellness center that promote working with a buddy or one that helps teach people how to shop more healthily for groceries as well as stay active and fitness basics.
According to court records, Bosto’s criminal history record as an adult began in July of 2001, shortly after his 18th birthday, when he was convicted of aggravated robbery in the first degree and assault in the first degree.
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“After the officers woke the defendant, he became extremely verbally abusive with officers and anyone involved, calling many derogatory names,” the criminal complaint stated.
In her usual thoughtful approach, Wilkinson read a prepared heartfelt thank you to the council members for the years they served together.