Taylor named new town reserve officer
Police Chief James Marino (right) welcomed Robert V. Taylor as a new Reserve Police Officer.
Story & photo by Samuel Mackin
On Tuesday October 2, the Board of Selectmen, along with Police Chief James Marino welcomed Robert V. Taylor as a new Reserve Police Officer for the town.
Taylor is currently employed by the Massachusetts Trial Court system where he spent 15 years at the Fitchburg District Court until recently moving to the Ayer District Court. Taylor has received training from the Massachusetts State Police Academy's officer training program for court officers as well as being part of the Northeast Regional Police institute Reserve Unit.
"If there's only one word to describe Rob it's: kind." said Marino.
Taylor was welcomed to the fold unanimously by the board.
The meeting also saw requests for new licenses for developing businesses. Matthew Glenny and Scott Sanford, representatives of Double Down Incorporated, came for approval of a Used Car Dealer's license. The two men are attempting to use the lot at 40 Summer St. for domestic car resale. They plan on having around 50 vehicles on premises. Unfortunately however, the board was unable to finalize a license due to requiring more information from the state.
Resident Scott T. Lowe met with a different fate. Lowe was applying for a Pedlar's license for a mobile food wagon. Lowe plans on creating Scott's Doggs, a food truck which may be located at the Padula Bros. parking lot located at 133 Leominster-Shirley Rd. Lowe is still waiting for permission to work on the premises but hopes to have the truck up before winter. The truck will operate on weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. And will serve food between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.
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