The Veterans Memorial is the gateway to Veterans Park off of Broadway behind the Post Office.

  • 12 Jun 2016
    Town Meeting hits the Column

    The Lowell Sun political gossip column this moring headlined with the Dracut Town Meeting discussion on the article about removing the Police Chief from civil service. For an issue that would not ...

  • 07 Jun 2016
    Police Chief Article loses at town meeting

    On a vote of 198 for removing the Police Chief from Civil Service to 278 against, the article went down at a town meeting that started with a quorum of 392, and finished with 476 voters deciding ...

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  • Chief Richardson at Dracut Town Meeting

    The Lowell Sun political gossip column this moring headlined with the Dracut Town Meeting discussion on the article about removing the Police Chief from civil service. For an issue that would not apply to him, Chief Richardson seemed to take it most personally, and all the officers in the audience seemed to have an ongoing...

  • TwnMtgImage

    On a vote of 198 for removing the Police Chief from Civil Service to 278 against, the article went down at a town meeting that started with a quorum of 392, and finished with 476 voters deciding this final warrant article by ballot vote. On other items, one citizen tried to amend the article that...

  • grievance

    If there is anything a lot of us don’t see its the many roles that the Town Manager has to perform. One is to personally handle the employee grievances (official complaints from employees) that seem to regularly occur in our Police Dept. After the outside review that was perfomed on this department this spring, it...

  • results

    Newly elected officials Selectman Jesse Forcier and School Committee member Allison Volpe joined us on 980 WCAP this morning to discuss thier initial plans. Volpe reiterated her experience with auditing and spoke about the school department review that was called for by Joe Wilkie back in January.  She plans to get that back on track,...

  • sun

    Today’s Lowell Sun Editorial points out the schizophrenic voters in Dracut who voted against anyone opposing the override questions, but then voted against the questions themselves. I agree with the point that the selectmen’s decision to split the question to two turned out to be the right one, as one question was fairly close to...