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Calendar

Friday, Jan. 11

Ayer blood drive: Noon to 6 p.m., Town Hall. Community blood drive for Ayer and Devens, all donors will receive a free pound of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and a chance to win free tax preparation. Donors must be 17 or older, weigh more than 110 pounds, be in good health and well-hydrated, have no history of hepatitis exposure, and have not given blood within 56 days.

Saturday, Jan. 12

Christmas-tree disposal: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Ayer brush dump because the Department of Public Works (DPW). The brush dump will be open for residents with valid vehicle or recycling stickers to dispose of their Christmas trees. Access to the brush dump will be via the gate on Bishop Road. No tree bags can be left in the brush dump, and no trash is permitted. For information call the DPW at (978) 772-8240.

Sunday, Jan. 13

Christmas-tree disposal: See Jan. 12 entry.

Monday, Jan. 14

Board of Health meeting: 5:30 p.m., Town Hall.

Finance Committee meeting: 7 p.m., Town Hall.

Mason meeting: 7:30 p.m., Ayer Masonic Center, 11 Sculley Road. This monthly meeting of the Caleb Butler Masonic is being held to confer the entered apprentice degree on four candidates.

Tuesday, Jan. 15

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting: 7 p.m., Town Hall.

Wednesday, Jan. 16

Tri-board meeting: 7 p.m., Town Hall.

Parks Commission meeting: 7:30 p.m., Town Hall.

Thursday, Jan. 17

Finance Committee meeting: 7 p.m., Town Hall.

Rate Advisory Board meeting: 7 p.m., Town Hall.

* Meetings were as posted at Ayer Town Hall as of Tuesday, Jan. 8.

Briefs

Compliance stings will be conducted over the next five months

The Ayer Police Department will be conducting compliance testing stings on businesses in town that are licensed to sell and serve alcoholic beverages.

During these stings, a minor, who looks and is under 21, will attempt to purchase alcohol at every restaurant, bar and package store in town. Officers will also be checking the IDs of patrons in these businesses to ensure they are of legal drinking age. They will also be targeting adults who are procuring alcohol for minors.

These stings, and other prevention efforts, will occur at various times within the next five months.

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