…a summary of random links I’ve come across recently.
A Boston Globe article about how some non-profits compensate board members mentioned the Worcester-based Alden Trust, which supports education-related projects in Worcester and makes capital grants to institutions of higher ed in the Northeast. According to the article, the trust pays each of its board members $130,000 a year. Here’s a list of Alden Trust board members.
If you’ve wondered about South Station’s train capacity limit (and, really, who hasn’t?), this is a great post.
There was a long discussion on the Sterling Times website about the Open Meeting Law info session in Worcester and especially how it affects three-person boards.