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20 FRIDAY, DECEM Organiz ByNick.oth nickroth@capegaze Milton resident often voiced his monthly town cot or through letters but he says that's Create the townw: he desired So he's spearhea to start an apolitic; Neighborhoods ot ed, with the goat o outlet for importa iR2- M | W; "eft Dai] opini, ncil to the lot eno de awa :ling th( d group Miltor Fbecorr it town )NDAY, DECEMBER 5. 2Oll NEWS Cape Gazette e ants to forum to discuss issues sections of town to voice their Dailey said he's created an concerns abot t townwide issues line bulletin board where top] or problems Specific to their such as problems neighborho( ey hasneighborhood, are experiencing, will be d )us atNMU held its first official played. Residents can review1 .etings meeting Nov. 9 at the Bay Leaf information and form an op editor. Restaurant. ion. To get signed up, fo] agh to"It's exac what I envi- should contact him renesssioned," he sa . "It is an infor- The search con - Milton Historical executive director. The board of ti accepting applic position, and intel Director Kevin Kel no firm timetable mation. The group mal alsoto be investig kors about an is- like NMU to have a presence serve as a place fo r peoph., of all sue." town events, like the HorsesL M!lton l.Soc ety * search committee is looking: I ']Cl someone who can help the, ganization navigate through a still se ks new d r(:ctor . to l0-year growth period that v ( I see the museum's physical expand while preserving the, Bo ganization's standard of p] ardlool s to fill Huff s po, ition gramming. The ideal candid; would have experience world By Nick Roth .from her posit [on as the day-to- at nonprofit organizations and nickroth@capegaze day operator o !the historical so- interest in learning and shari cietv and mus ,um Oct. 27 in or- Milton's history. A full job nues t )r the der to move rith her family to ocietys newMassachusettsJ She held the po- sition since Mqy 200Z stees s still During her time with the soci- position will be fill "We're encoura plications we've r kelly, who is also ions f m Exe , said t or wh, d, . d by.t :eived t mem For more information on Neighborhoodsof MiltonUnited. call: 302-236-8692 or email: Webs14@cOmc / / Crab and Shorebird Festival or difference, he said, the the garden tour in the spring, s ope of each group's work. He said he s confident NMU NMU will grow as neighborhood will yield positive results, representatives join with repre- "We're not top heavy with gov- se atatives from a host of organi- ernmental hierarchy," he said. zations and ttend conferences )n- "We're coming together online the online bulletin board, he cs, or at the conferences, trying to sa d. ,ds present issues fairly, equitably f'Given the amount of talent is- with pros and Cons." ar d experiel ce represented by he NMU is not the only commu- o Lr town's Fopulation, Milton Ln- nity-based organization in town. n rely on ] MU bringing the ks Resident David Downing started to 77n's wealtk of pe@le power - at Milton Speaks in late summer a :emarkably creative force - to with a similar goal of bringing ar in towr governance that mational clearJ nghouse on issues In the future he would like to townspeople together to quell m ast addres, quality of life is- effortthat are comir g up, a means by see the group interface w th contentiousness among elected su es in one n ighborhood to the calledwhich people can visit the bul- business promotion committe es, officials, community groups and m xt," he sakE. "Quite naturally, Unit- letin board anal learn about the the chamber of commerce apd even different sections of town. N VlU presen! s Miltonians with a ingan issues, can ontribute their other volunteer organizations Dailey has attended Miltonmdted voice infor-thoughts oniss es, can volunteer such as the Lions Club. He'd a so Speaks meetings and said both th eir elected officials, and this .zation became a historical infor- :he town and ex- when addressing at groups have the town's best in- ca only be help to all here in oe terest at heart. Milton." br "MY GOAL IS TO HAVE THIS ALL 8E AS SEAML ESS AS POSSIBLE )r- AND MAiNTAiN THE PROGRAM AS 51 - KEVIN KEL Y, INTERIM DIRECTOR ce scription can be found atas possihle. o', l'My goal is to have this all be [te Kelly said he'll remain as inter- asseamless as possible and ng im executive director until a re- mOintain the togram as it is," he an placement is chosen. He may sald, noting t ae museum hours ng even stay on longer to make the and program are still going on transition period go as smoothly as [og of educational r children and vonderful execu- e said. )r theety, the organ cutivego-to place fo: ]ere is mation about the panded its cata programs fo ae ap-adults. " said"We had a of tivedirector," the board. , Kelly said th board is looking He said a searcl committee is for.someone who is capable of planning to meet spon to geview fillifi her shoe . the current pool o(applicatats. The organization will 6ontinue Former Executive Dilectorto take r6sum s from interested Melinda Huff stepped lown individuals through Nov. 30. The Aqua Leisure F I 35465 Wolfe Neck Rd. 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