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    Middleton Health Department - Vaccination Update

    The Middleton Health Department continues our Vaccination Efforts in the Community. Currently we have some limited single dose J&J vaccines for "True Home-bound" individuals. If you know of any home-bound individuals in Middleton or are a home-bound Read on...
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    Actions Taken at Board of Selectmen Meeting 5/4/2021

    Read the Actions Taken at the Board of Selectmen Meeting on 5/4/2021 Read on...
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    Middleton Weekly COVID-19 Report 4/30/2021

    Governor Baker issued an Order effective April 30, 2021 requiring people to wear masks or face-coverings in indoor public places and outdoors when they are unable to maintain 6 feet from other people. Face coverings will still be required at all times in Additional Info...
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    Public Facilities Project Information Sessions

    The Master Development Planning Committee will host public presentations on the public facilities project proposed for 105 South Main Street. The presentations will take place via Zoom and will be on Wednesday, May 5 at 7PM and Tuesday, May 11 at 7PM. Read on...
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    Middleton Weekly COVID-19 Report for the Week of April 23, 2021

    Revised School Guidance by DESE The following update to the quarantine guidance for close contacts was posted by the Department of Elementary and secondary Education (DESE) and approved by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services after Additional Info...
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    Updated-Middleton Annual Town Meeting and Election Schedule and Location

    The 2021 Annual Town Meeting will take place on Saturday, June 5 beginning at 9AM. The rain date is Sunday, June 6. The Meeting will take place on the Henry Tragert Common on the soccer field behind Memorial Hall, 48 South Main Street. Parking will be Read on...
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    Interim Public Health Recommendations for Fully Vaccinated People from the CDC

    This is the first set of public health recommendations for fully vaccinated people. This guidance will be updated and expanded based on the level of community spread of SARS-CoV-2, the proportion of the population that is fully vaccinated, and the rapidly Additional Info...
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The following public bodies, after obtaining approval from the Attorney General, now use their websites as their official posting place. For agendas, please click on the desired organization to go to their website.