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July 26, 2018 (4:00 pm)

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Saugus Historical Commission
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Saugus Historical Commission  

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The Saugus Historical Commission was established under Section 8d
of Chapter 40 
of the Massachusetts General Laws. 
It is the official Town body responsible for the identification of properties
and sites of historical significance in Saugus.  The historical commission
is the principal advisor to the Town on matters of historic preservation.
The Commission is a 7 member board appointed to 3 year terms by the
Town Manager, subject to the approval of the Board of Selectmen. 
The present board consists of:

Stephen Carlson, Chairman   
(617) 242­-5680 

Marilyn Carlson, Vice-Chairman
Stephen Rich, Clerk
Natalie Agreste, Melita Davis, Jean Swanson

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