December 2, 1971 

Better Interest Rate Advocated: Selectman Berman again declined to approve town borrowing of $300,000 as the town’s share of the Project One renewal, stating he wanted to “wait until about Jan. 1, when interest rates will be more favorable.” David Miller, of the Hull Redevelopment Authority, who has repeatedly asked selectmen to authorize the loan,…

November 25, 1971 

Aquarium Permit Being Reviewed: The Army Corps of Engineers has under consideration an application by officials of Atlantic Aquarium for a permit to conduct off-shore excavation and pipe inlets and outlets for the proposed aquarium to be built on Atlantic Rocks, Nantasket. A news release states that the application from Atlantic Aquarium Realty Trust seeks…

November 18, 1971 

Dushan Resignation Stirs Control Fight: The resignation of Neil Dushan from the School Committee has triggered a battle for control of the committee that is certain to be reflected in campaigns for the March 1972 election and may have basic effects on committee actions in the interim. During his 20 years on the committee, Dushan…

November 11, 1971 

Aquarium Gets State Approval: The state Water Pollution Control Division has tentatively approved an application from Atlantic Aquarium Inc. for a permit to excavate and backfill ocean waters off the Nantasket construction site. In a letter to Kenneth Tong, of Hull, one of the partners in the enterprise (a copy of which was sent to…

October 28, 1971

Ex-selectman to be Replaced: Selectmen last night called a special election for Dec. 13 to fill a vacancy caused by the resignation of Martin A. Fallon. Selectman David Berman moved for the election on the basis of a petition signed by more than 500 voters and filed by Martin Glennon. Chairman Wallace Richardson made it…

October 21, 1971 

Petition for Election in the Works: The Times learned today that a petition now being circulated throughout town will be presented to the Board of Selectmen next Wednesday, asking that a special election be called to fill a vacancy on the board under Chapter 41, Section 10, of the Mass. General Laws. The law requires…

October 14, 1971 

Board in Bind Over Election: Selectmen Wallace E. Richardson and David Berman deadlocked last night in a heated controversy over calling a special election to replace Selectman Martin Fallon, who, in a wire to Town Clerk John F. Darcy yesterday afternoon, resigned and said a letter would follow. Chairman Richardson read the wire after receiving…

October 7, 1971 

Fallon Seat in Question: A special election for selectman will be called unless Martin A. Fallon, now in Florida, returns to the Hull board from which he has been absent since Aug. 25. Chairman Wallace E. Richardson said last night that, under Chapter 41, Section 109 of the General Laws, remaining members of the board can…

September 30, 1971

Point Allerton Anniversary Draws a Crowd: More than 200 residents, on Sunday, Sept. 26, joined in celebrating the 350th anniversary of the naming of historic Point Allerton by Capt. Myles Standish in honor of Isaac Allerton, assistant governor of the Plymouth Colony, on Sept. 26, 1621. CWO Norman Rogers, of the Point Allerton Coast Guard Station, represented…

September 23, 1971 

TM to Take Up Two Articles: Voters will act on a warrant of two articles at the special town meeting on Monday, Sept. 27, at 7:30 p.m., in the Memorial School and after the meeting will hear a report from the Medical Center Committee. Under Article 1, the Finance Committee recommends raising $25,000 to supplement the…