We’ve learned that some online subscribers are having a problem accessing the Times online edition. Our web host is working on this issue and it should be fixed soon. Unless you recently received a postcard from us notifying you that your subscription is running out, please DO NOT renew your subscription online. Give us a few hours and we’ll try to restore your Hull Times access. If you need immediate access, call the office at 781 925-9266.
A joint meeting of the Hull Nantasket Chamber of Commerce and Hull’s Economic Development Committee (EDC) will take place on Tuesday, April 2, at 7:30 a.m., at the Surf Lounge, Nantasket Beach Resort. The meeting is free and open to Chamber members, business owners, and all members of the public who are interested in participating. This will be the second collaborative meeting between the Chamber of Commerce and the EDC, and will serve to continue the discussion of topics pertaining to business development in Hull.
Agenda items include the creation of a Hull Cultural District, updates on the ArtWalk project ,and other ongoing and new business development initiatives, vacant building bylaws update, and seasonal trolley service. Participation is encouraged from those in the business community who would like to be a part of this ongoing series of open forum discussions.
A light breakfast will be provided.
Hull Beachgrass Planting Day has been postponed until Sunday due to anticipated wind and cold on Saturday.
Volunteers will plant beachgrass along the Nantasket Beach dune from Phipps Street northward. from 9 a.,m. to noon. The Beach Management Committee hopes you will join your neighbors in this important annual event.
Volunteers should report to the registration area, located at the intersection of Beach Avenue and A Street, between 9 and 11 a.m.
If possible, please bring tools suitable for planting beachgrass culms, and containers (e.g., cloth bags, 5 gal buckets) to carry your bundle(s) of seedlings.
Thank you for your support. Sunday promises to be a great day for planting beachgrass!
The Hull Board of Selectmen will meet with their counterparts from Hingham to learn the details of that town's proposed buyout of Aquarion Water Co. operations that service customers in Hull, Hingham, and Cohasset.
This public forum, which begins at 8:15 p.m. Thursday (March 21) at Hull High School, represents the only Hull meeting for local residents to learn about the plan from Hingham officials’ viewpoint.
For reasons that are unclear, Hull selectmen chose not to hold a separate meeting on this topic, but included the agenda item within the board's regular Thursday night meeting. Selectmen did, however, move the meeting to the high school's Exhibition Room on the second floor to accommodate more residents who want to attend.
Here is the selectmen's agenda for tomorrow night:
7:30 Selectmen referral to Planning Board for a Public Hearing regarding proposed zoning change regarding parking requirements for Home Businesses
7:45 Dave Carlon-re-Presentation on impacts from Logan Airport
8:15 Joint Discussion with Hingham Board of Selectmen, re- Aquarion Water Update
9:00 RESCHEDULED: Red Parrot, Inc., dba Inspire Eat and Drink, 1 Hull Shore Drive-re-Public Hearing for transfer of all licenses to Houlihans Seaside, Inc., dba The Parrot