Photos: Milford screams back to life with community parade

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It was ghosts and goblins abound, along with Michael Meyers and other spooky characters, as Milford held its first community parade for the first time since 2018. Thousands of people lined up along Walnut Street waiting for the first October parade that was hampered by COVID-19 and rain in the past. As the sun went down, the parade kicked off …

Milford School District discusses growth, COVID and referendum

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Milford Conversation, a group that meets monthly to discuss issues facing organizations and businesses in the Milford area, began meeting in person again at the First Presbyterian Church of Milford on Thursday, October 7. Milford School District Chief Finance Officer Dr. Sara Croce and Trish Gerken, Public Information Officer provided the group with information regarding the district’s growth, their COVID-19 …

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MSD holds referendum informational meetings

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Milford Middle School will be renovated to 21srt century standards for fourth and fifth graders, if an October referendum passes. Milford School District held the first of several referendum meetings to provide information to residents about the upcoming referendum planned for October 27. This referendum will allow the district to borrow funds to pay for renovations to the original portion …

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Milford School District outlines need for upcoming referendum

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The former Milford Middle School property may get new life if a referendum passes in October. In 2013, Milford Middle School, located at 612 Lakeview Avenue, was permanently closed due to health and safety concerns related to the school environment. Since the closure, the district attempted two referendums to deal with the sealed building. In one referendum, they proposed demolition …

Milford Middle School Property to be discussed by committee

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In November 2020, the Milford School District was awarded a Certificate of Necessity by the Department of Education to proceed with the process to conduct a referendum in order to refurbish the former Milford Middle School building on Lakeview Avenue. On Mon, April 19, the board agreed to reconvene a committee to confirm the request for a new school. “We …