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the duxbury education foundation Annual Appeal Phonathon november 15-17

ON THE WEB: www.duxburyclipper.comVOLuME LIX NO. 44

E-MAIL: editor@duxburyclipper.com

Newsroom: 781-934-2811 x25

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Former Wakefield chief will serve as interim; search firm introducedTown Manager Richard MacDonald has appointed a retired Wakefield police chief with 34 years of experience as Duxburys interim police chief until a permanent successor to former chief Stephen Doherty Mark DeLuca is named. On Monday, MacDonald announced to the Board of Selectmen that he has chosenBy SuSanna Sheehan, Clipper Staff SuSanna@duxBuryClipper.Com

New top cop appointed

Then the worlds mine oyster. William Shakespeare

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Stephen Doherty of Watertown. Doherty isnt the only veteran police official that will be aiding Duxbury in the search for the next chief. MacDonald also introduced Stephen Unsworth, a retired Waltham police chief, whose company, BadgeQuest of West Yarmouth, will lead the police chief search. Doherty, who began Monday, said his first day on the job went well. He met last week with all three Duxbury policecontinued on page 12

THE PERFECT PUMPKIN: 4-H Duxbury Poultry and Agi Club kids helped scoop out 100 pumpkins for the annual Halloween Jack-O-Lantern display at the Glova Family Farm. Here, Genevieve Dixon is excited to help pick pumpkins from the pumpkin patch. Photo courtesy of Mariclaire Glova

Commission for DHS grad will premier Thursday Municipal turbine bylaw is headed back to Town Meetingaul Fortini may be gone, but his song will play on. The 2007 DHS graduate and New York University student was killed last September in an accident in New York. In his memory, The Duxbury High School Music Department had a new musical work commissioned, a piece that will premiere on Thursday, Nov. 5 at the PAC. DHS Music Teacher Jill Duxbury High School Music Teacher Jill Noerenberg leads the DHS Noerenberg is in charge of the Wind Ensemble in a music tribute to Paul Fortini, a 2007 graduhigh school wind ensemble ate who was killed in New York City last year. The commissioned piece, by film composer Rossano Galante, will premiere at the PAC Thursday night during the Fall Band Fest.continued on page 7

Pauls music plays onBy JuStin GraeBer, Clipper editor JuStin@duxBuryClipper.Com

Change in the airBy JuStin GraeBer, Clipper editor JuStin@duxBuryClipper.Com

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The answer is blowing in the wind or at least to Town Meeting. Thats where proponents of wind power in Duxbury hope theyll be able to pass a bylaw allowing the use of wind turbines in town. Last year, the topic came before town meeting but was passed over after discussion. Members of the Alternative Energy Committee are now considering streamlining the bylaw, dropping a provision that dealt with small-scale

privately-owned turbines and focusing on larger, municipal wind facilities. The committee held a joint meeting with the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals Monday evening to gather some initial feedback. At Town Meeting we had a bylaw that probably wasnt fully vetted, said Alternative Energy Chairman Frank Duggan, adding that a last minute attempt to amend the bylaw on Town Meeting floor may have confused voters.continued on page 6

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Duxbury Post 223 American Legion will host a breakfast at the Duxbury Senior Center on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 9 a.m. The program following the breakfast will be informative, as the Posts officers will describe the many programs with which the post is involved. The breakfast is free and open to men and women, veterans and non-veterans. Those planning to attend should contact the Senior Center at 781-9345774 and make a reservation 24 hours in advance of the breakfast.

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The Caregivers Support Group, that formerly met the third Tuesday of every month, will now meet on the third Thursday from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Duxbury Senior Center. The next meeting will be Nov. 19. This group is open to all South Shore residents caring for family or friend (non-disease specific) and facilitated by Norwell VNA and Hospice. Call Renee McInnes, RN, or Joan Wright, 781-659-2342 for more information.

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Duxbury Senior Center annual holiday craft fairOn Sunday, Nov. 29, the Senior Centers Annual Holiday Craft Fair and Bake Sale will take place from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Also, as part of the Holly Days celebration, trolleys will make stops at the Senior Center beginning at noon to drop shoppers off and pick them up. There will be a festive array of fine and fun jewelry, aromatherapy products, homemade edibles, Phil Fontaines ornaments and collectibles, handmade decorative items and clothing, and assorted holiday crafts. Tables are also available for crafters and artisans to participate in the Duxbury Senior Center Annual Holiday Craft Fair. Call Linda at 781-934-5774, x103 for an application or stop by 8-4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Table fee is $30.

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Locals spearheading effort to repeal anti-snob zoning actLocal officials are getting involved in a statewide movement to repeal the states affordable housing law known as 40B. Planning Board Chairwoman Amy MacNab was involved in a similar effort two years ago. She along with other other planning board members from around the state signed a petition to repeal the 40B law, also called the anti-snob zoning act because it allows developers to skirt local zoning regulations if a portion of units built are designated affordable. How can we plan for our towns future if the future is