Note: As requested by a number of Boonies, you can now access a LBC Bylaw Change Summary Memo as well as the proposed LBC Rules Revisions, 2018LBC Rules Revisions-v0.8-22Oct18 DH-1 online. The files were provided by LBC chair Don Hawkes.
Copies of the proposed changes are also available at the Offices of the Town Clerks of Hudson and Stow.
The Lake Boon Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, November 14, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. at the Stow Community Center, 509 Great Road (Route 117), in Stow, to consider proposed changes to the adopted Lake Boon By-laws and Rules, pursuant to Ch. 712 of the Acts of 1941.
A red paddleboard was found in the lake and is currently at 33 Temple Avenue in Hudson. If it’s yours please let us know.
Here’s a message from Nate Lash, of Howard Stein Hudson, the contractor working on the Gleasondale Bridge for the Massachusetts Department of Transportation:
Notification from MassDOT engineering contractor
What we’re doing:
On Sunday morning, October 28, 2018, the Gleasondale Road Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic 4 to 6 hours as MassDOT conducts bridge inspections on and around the bridge. To maintain and monitor the structure while its replacement is designed, MassDOT has placed the bridge on a six-month inspection cycle. This operation has been coordinated with Stow Police and Fire.
What you’ll see:
A snooper truck, similar to a cherry picker, will be parked on the bridge to allow the MassDOT team to view the bridge from all required angles for inspection. A detour route using Main Street, Hudson Road, and Sudbury Road, will be posted for the duration of the closure. All work will take place within the right-of-way and will not cross private property.
The bridge carrying Gleasondale Road (Rt. 62) over the Assabet River in Stow needs to be replaced due to significant beam deterioration identified during safety inspections. Beginning in 2017, MassDOT assembled a team to address design, permitting, and public outreach for the replacement effort with the goal of starting construction in 2021.
If you have any questions about the project, or this work, please contact Jeff Dietrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your patience.
Due to today’s weather, the Lake Boon History Tour will be abbreviated, with all the historical and environmental posters displayed at the Pine Bluffs pavilion. The event starts at 11:30, and runs until folks leave, probably around 1 p.m. or so.
Come on out to greet your neighbors and see photos of the historical sites while sipping hot cider and tasting apples (compliments of Honey Pot Hill) under the pavilion roof. Lake Boon t-shirts will be available for purchase.
This Great Canadian jon boat with “J Baker” stenciled on the aft seat was found this morning floating in the second basin. It is now on shore at 25 Worcester Ave. There isn’t a J Baker on the Lake Boon mailing list, so that may be the name of a previous owner. Leave a comment below if it’s yours and help is needed to get it back home.
The Lake Boon Commission will meet at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 17, at the Stow Town Building, 380 Great Road in Stow. The agenda is as follows:
- Public Comment
- Meeting Minutes
- Pay Bills
- Discuss LBC By-Law/Rules revision – Prepare for Public Information Meeting 11-17-18
- Date of next meeting