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SHIRLEY — The Board of Selectmen has accepted the resignation of Phillip J. Sidney from the Devens Enterprise Commission.

In a letter to the selectmen dated March 30, Sidney said, “I have taken a new position with Intel Corp., in Portland, Ore., and will be moving my family to Oregon this summer. I have enjoyed serving as Shirley’s representative to the (the commission), and I will miss the experience and professionalism of both the Board of Selectmen and the commissioners.”

The Selectmen voted to appoint John Oelfke, who is currently serving as an alternate on the commission to the full-time role vacated by Sidney, and post the opening for the alternate position.

At the April 10 meeting, the board also:

Closed a public hearing to review a proposed parking restriction for School Street after police Chief Paul Thibodeau addressed the Board without a finding.

”I respectively request that we table this issue in that the Public Works Director (Joseph Lynch) and I are still working on this with the school,” said Thibodeau.

Approved a 60-day extension for a class two used-car dealer’s license and a class three motor vehicle junk license for Burlington Auto that will expire on June 30. The Zoning Board of Appeals is working with Burlington Auto to resolve outstanding usage issues.

Approved driveway permits for lots one, four, five, seven and eight at Apple Orchards Development — pending approval from the Conservation Commission — 102 Lancaster Rd. and lot 4 Daniel Dr.

Approved a road crossing and pavement cut permit for Rodman Avenue.

Approved 3 one-day liquor licenses for the Shirley Rod and Gun Club. The events are on April 13, from 6 p.m. to midnight for the monthly Rod and Gun Club meeting; on April 22, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., for the Annual Fishing Derby; and on April 30, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., for the Bay State Archers 3D Archery Shoot.

Approved a request for St. Anthony’s church to use Whitley Park for an Easter egg hunt on Sunday, April 16, from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. The church will begin to set up at 9 a.m., and clean-up will be complete by 11:15 a.m.

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