Tuesday, December 17, 2019

In the News: Menorah lighting Dec 22; liquor license renewals and changes up for Town Council

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:

"On Sunday, Dec. 22, the first night of Hanukkah, Kivman will be joined by 29 other drivers with a menorah on top of their cars as part of the Chabad House Jewish Community Center’s “Mobile Menorah Car Parade.”

The parade starts at the Lowe’s store at 34 Fortune Blvd. in Milford at 2:30 p.m. From there, drivers, escorted by area police and fire departments, will head to Holliston Town Hall, where they will light the town’s menorah, dance and eat doughnuts. They will continue to the Franklin Town Green, where they will do the same. Finally, they will head to the Chabad Center on 34 Cedar St., Milford, where there will be traditional Jewish treats for people to enjoy.

In preparation for the event, families painted their menorahs at Milford’s Lowe’s location."

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"Town councilors this week will consider a liquor license modification for Acapulcos Mexican Restaurant.

The restaurant’s ownership, according to town records, is planning a move to 371 Union St., the former location of the Union Street Grill. Acapulcos has long been located in the heart of downtown, at 13-25 Main St. The reason behind the move is not known. Management could not be reached for more details.

Union Street Grill closed without notice last summer.

The owners of Acapulcos entered a 10-year lease agreement for the Union Street location, according to license modification documents filed with the town. The agreement, effective Nov. 1, has options to renew up to an additional 50 years in 10-year increments."

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