The Thursday April 28 Lake Boon Commission meeting has been cancelled.
The Commission has confirmed the date of Tuesday, May 17th for their next meeting. At that meeting, Sergeant Michael Sallese of the Stow Police Department and Captain Merri Walker of the Massachusetts Environmental Police will attend to explain boating rules.
A complete agenda will follow.
The Lake Boon Commission will meet on Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 7:30 p.m. at the Stow Town Building, 380 Great Road, in Stow.
Agenda includes approval of minutes from the last meeting, an open forum, and planning for the May Lake Boon Commission meeting to address Chapter 90B and Lake Boon rules. This May meeting is tentatively scheduled for the 17th, to include state participants.
Update, 4/10/2016: We’re happy to report that Ollie has been found and is back home with his folks!
On Monday, April 4, Ollie ran off from his home on Thicket Circle in the Wildwood development. Ollie weighs about 17 pounds, with a long tan coat. He looks like a small fox. He is very skittish. While he’s been seen on Barton Road, Pine Point Road, and Lakewood, he still hasn’t been caught.
As of Friday, his family started working with Mass Missing Dogs to set up traps for Ollie in the area, hoping to get him back home.
So if you see Ollie, please don’t feed him. If he’s hungry he’s more likely to go into the trap.
His family ask that if you see Ollie, please don’t go after him, but do let them know, so they know he’s still in the neighborhood. Please contact Marisa Pacileo at 617-818-7605 (cell), 978-212-5124 (home), or via email at mpacileo /at/nrsd dot net.
A red and white paddle boat floated over to the Pollock’s dock at 16 Lyman Avenue, in the narrows between the second and third basin.