ABOUT TOWN: "Reliable" Business Moving to Stoughton (And Feaster Has Farewell Lunch)

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MOVIN' ON UP: Reliable Window & Siding is moving to Stoughton at a space on Tosca Dr. The business, which has been in Canton since 2000, under the leadership of the late Albie DiStefano

Owner Carol DiStefano tells About Town that the rent will be $1,100 cheaper for the same amount of space and the office is much nicer.  She was enthusiastic about her new landlord, too.

"We are renting from Eric Hoffmann. His family is from Stoughton and he currently lives in New York. We are really looking forward to the move to 194 Tosca Dr in Stoughton on January 3, 2013," she said. 

As someone who used Reliable for all his new windows several years ago, I want to wish Carol a lot of luck in her new location!


FEASTER GETS A FAREWELL LUNCH: No doubt that Department Heads for the Town of Stoughton appreciated the job done by Interim Town Manager Joseph D. Feaster, Jr

On Friday, December 14, 2012, Department Heads and some staff members of the Town of Stoughton took Feaster to lunch at The Chateau in Stoughton as a thank you for a job well done.

They celebrated with him, as he prepares to make way for new Town Manager Michael Hartman. Feaster started serving as Interim Town Manager in April 2012. His contract expires Dec. 28.

A fun (and good food) was had by all.

Take a look at pictures from the lunch in the media gallery.


HAPPY 42ND ANNIVERSARY to former Selectman John Kowalczyk and his wife, Mary.  They celebrated Wednesday.


HAPPY 4TH ANNIVERSARY to Elyssa Koretz Schneider (a teacher at SHS) and Lee Schneider.


HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Private Investigator James A Lindelof, a former owner with his bride Chu Le of the former Stoughton Coffee House.



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