What’s Up in Newton This Week: Webster Woods goes to Full City Council for discussion TONIGHT; Funding for Newton Early Childhood Program and City Council raises and Bulky Waste Fee before Finance TONIGHT; Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market on Tuesday and more….

Webster Woods proposal goes to City Council: Tonight, the City Council will have an opportunity to meet as a Committee of the Whole to learn more about and discuss the proposal to acquire Webster Woods. Although the meeting is open to the public, it is possible that the Council will go into Executive Session to discuss the proposal as strategy for acquisition and litigation may be discussed. See agenda here.

Funding for NECP,Councilor raises, and Bulky Waste Fees in Finance TONIGHT: Request for $12 million to fund renovations (specifically, $12,344,366) for the Newton Early Childhood Program at 687 Watertown Street and funding for the recently voted raises for our City Councilors (specifically, $69,000 for six months) goes before the Finance Committee TONIGHT. The Bulky Waste Fee item was recommitted to the Finance Committee and is also on the agenda TONIGHT. See agenda here.

Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market: The Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market will be held from 1- 5 p.m. at the War Memorial at Newton City Hall. The Thanksgiving market, sponsored by the Newton Farmers’ Market and The Village Bank, is a fundraiser for the Newton Food Pantry and supports local food-aid organization, Community Servings. All vendors are donating their fees to the Newton Food Pantry, and the market is a pie pick up site for Community Servings’ Pie in the Sky fundraiser. More info can be found here.

This Week’s Road Construction Schedule: The Weekly Road Construction Schedule can be found here.