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Recognition Ceremony in Honor of Robert G. Osgood œ
The town of Danvers is holding a recognition ceremony in honor of Robert G. Osgood on Thursday, Nov. 29, 2012, 6-7:30 p.m. in the Daniel J. Toomey Hearing Room at Danvers Town Hall.
Please plan to join us on the 29th to celebrate, first and foremost, Bob’s stellar achievement as the longest-serving [55 years] Town Meeting member in the Town’s history.
In addition to Bob’s Town Meeting service, a “few” of his other accomplishments include:
Danvers Bicentennial Committee
Historic District Commission
Rebecca Nurse House caretaker
Founding member of Danvers Alarm List Company
Please join fellow Town Meeting members, state and local elected officials, friends, neighbors and admirers in thanking Bob for his dedication and sense of volunteerism. Light refreshments will be served.
More About Town Hall
The Town Hall, originally built in 1855, is home to most of the local government offices in town. Here, residents can pay their tax bills, get a marriage license, buy a trash sticker, file or lookup building plans and peruse materials submitted to the Board of Selectmen, Zoning Board of Appeals or other town boards. The selectmen also meet on most Tuesday nights in the Meeting Room.
At 1 Sylvan St. you can find offices for the accounting, assessor's, code administration, human resources, purchasing, parking clerk, planning, public health, recreation, town clerk, treasurer/collector, town manager and veterans' services departments. The public works director's office is also in Town Hall. Contact information for all offices is online.
The town manager is Wayne Marquis, an institution in his own right - he has eclipsed three decades on the job.