The month of August has ended and Labor Day weekend is in full gear, meaning summer is almost over. Now, the fall season begins, and with that comes school buses, lots and lots of school buses (hopefully none as you are trying to cut across town in less than 20 minutes).
Waterford Patch was ready to prepare you for the season with our all-encompassing , where we looked at all the many changes in Waterford's public schools this year. Students will be moving into the new high school in April, freshmen sports are back, the buses are brand new and TAG is back in the middle school day. Also, perhaps most interesting of all, Waterford will be one of 10 districts , which does its best to turn the art of teacher evaluations into a science.
The most well read story of the week came out of Mago Point, where Sunset Ribs owner Frank Maratta at the bar and restaurant. However, Police Chief Murray Pendleton and Waterford Planning Director Tom Wagner didn’t seem to keen on the idea, saying it could be a danger and it might not be allowed in Waterford’s zoning regulations.
Tuesday night, the Recreation and Parks Commission the duck pond within Civic Triangle Park the “Arnold E. Holm Jr. Memorial Park,” after one of Waterford’s great heroes, Army Capt. Arnold Holm. Holm died in 1972 serving in Vietnam, and his body was finally recovered and , where he received .
In other news, after some historically warm water, we had a , we looked the lessons learned from , the and the Waterford Police Department is stepping up . O, and a report came out