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Monday Essentials: Info on Dog Bylaw Proposal, Conservation Coffee and College Prep

A quick look at what you need to know for the week ahead in Concord.

The Cemetery Committee and Recreation Commission will host an info session on their proposed changes to the town's dog bylaw this Tuesday. Courtesy photo
The Cemetery Committee and Recreation Commission will host an info session on their proposed changes to the town's dog bylaw this Tuesday. Courtesy photo
Welcome to Monday Essentials! Here you'll find a snapshot of a few things you'll want to keep in mind for the week ahead. If you know of something coming up that would make a great addition to Monday Essentials, email Patrick.Ball@Patch.com.

1. Info Session on Proposed Tightening of Dog Bylaw: The Recreation Commission and Cemetery Committee will host a public information session at 7:30 p.m. thisTuesday, Jan. 21, at Hunt’s Gym to discuss changes their proposing to the town's dog bylaw. Get the details here

2. Public Meetings Preview: According to the town website, here's the week's lineup of public meetings: 

3. Monday's MLK Day: Which means schools, government officers, banks, the stock market and postal service will be closed, but supermarkets, retailers, private employers, liquor stores are open. 

4. January Sustainable Concord Coffee: Will be held at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Harvey Wheeler Community Center and the featured speaker will be Concord Selectman Elise Woodward, who licensed architect and principal at the Boston-based firm of Shepley Bullfinch who has special expertise in the area of green building. Get the details here. 

5. College Planning Workshop at CCHSAt 7 p.m. this Wednesday, Jan. 22 at CCHS, the Concord Carlisle High School Parents Association will host a College Planning Workshop designed for parents of college-bound students in grades 8-11. Get the details here. 

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