Lake Boon Commission news

Opening on Lake Boon Commission

The Lake Boon Commission consists of two representatives from Stow and one from Hudson. Lee Heron, of Stow, has stepped down from the commission in order to become the primary police boat patrolman for the lake. This has left an opening for a resident of Stow on the LBC. Applications for this position are solicited by and are due to the Stow Board of Selectmen by  5:00 p.m. on June 17 . If you are interested, please contact the Board at, or 978-897-4515.

Agenda for next meeting

The Lake Boon Commission will meet on Monday, June, 13 2016, at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Building, Great Road, in Stow.

On the agenda:

  • Minutes from last meeting
  • Open Forum
  • Permit for Stow Recreation boat rental program
  • LBC rules in reference to holidays and quite time and when changes to the 1968 rules were approved by the town of Stow and the director as required by state law.
  • Plan to insure marking of docks and floats as required by rule 10 is done by all residents

Lost boat

FullSizeRenderHave you seen this boat? It’s an 8-foot gray Sportsman small boat with one seat inside and a trolling motor on front.

It went missing on Sunday night, June 5, from the second basin, in the area of Lakeside and Hunter Avenues.

Please contact Ronnie at 508-840-0655, or email Nikki at with any information. Thank you for your cooperation.

Tomorrow night: Lake Boon Association Meeting

The annual meeting of the Lake Boon Association will be held Sunday June 5th at 7:00 pm at the Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center, 680 Hudson Road, Sudbury.

Come greet your neighbors, renew your membership, see this year’s très chic Lake Boon T-shirt collection (if the order is received in time), and enjoy photos of last year’s Water Carnival and Walkathon.

The agenda will include a brief review of the Massachusetts and Lake Boon boating regulation discussion from the recent Lake Boon Commission meeting. A Stow Police representative has been invited to participate.

Additional agenda items include plans for this season’s activities, status of the Lake Boon archives maintained at the Hudson Historical Society, and Association finances.