A red Field and Stream life vest and a strawberry colored noodle were found recently at the town beach in the vicinity of the horseshoe area. Leave a comment if they belong to you and we’ll put you in touch with the finder.
This fender was found floating near the Stow town beach. Owner, please email Dave Gray at email@example.com with a description of what was attached to the other end of it and return arrangements can be made.
This life jacket washed up during last Saturday’s storm. Text 978-302-0002 if it’s yours!
Our thanks to the hosts!
Announcing a little Waterfront Musical Pandemic Relief this Sunday June 21, during Quiet Time, 2-6 p.m. (ish) at Conley Cove (on James Basin), aka near the dam
We’re not sure yet if we’ll have a Lighting of the Lake music boat, so Jen and I decided that we needed to get our Dwayne Haggins Band FIX!
If you haven’t seen/heard them yet you NEED to. One of the best, newest, localist bands you shall ever listen to!
To respect social distancing, we are asking that people congregate either in the water or on the dam.
So come by pontoon, cuddy, bowrider, ski boat, scale sized Titanic, canoe, kayak, SUP, raft, bike or sneakers, but 109 Barton Road will only be accommodating about 10 people (including the band).
Hope to fill the basin with great music and great neighbors!!
Bill & Jen
This green and white kayak was found drifting in the north end of the first basin Friday night and was left at the town beach. However, it was then moved from the town beach by someone other than the owner. It belongs at 271 Sudbury Road. If seen, please call 978-771-9045.
The Lake Boon Commission will meet Tuesday, June 16 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. Public participation via calling in or using your computer is encouraged. Details below.
1. LBC Response to Chapter 61 Quick Response Information Sheet, Hallocks Point Road, Review/Approve
2. Stow Town Meeting, Review/Approve LBC Participation
3. Date of Next Meeting: June 30, 2020
This meeting will be held online via the Zoom Web Conferencing service. To join the meeting, go to:
Meeting ID: 933 430 9600 Password: LBC
From your phone (audio only) you can also call 1-929-205-6099 and enter the Meeting ID (933 430 9600) followed by the # sign and password (486543)
Pursuant to Governor Baker’s March 12, 2020 Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law, G.L. c. 30A, §18, and the Governor’s Orders imposing strict limitation on the number of people that may gather in one place, this meeting of the LAKE BOON COMMISSION will be conducted via remote participation to the greatest extent possible. Specific information and the general guidelines for remote participation by members of the public and/or parties with a right and/or requirement to attend this meeting can be found below. No in-person attendance of members of the public will be permitted, but every effort will be made to ensure that the public can adequately access the proceedings in real time, via technological means. In the event that we are unable to do so, despite best efforts, we will post on the Towns of Hudson & Stow websites an audio or video recording, transcript, or other comprehensive record of proceedings as soon as possible after the meeting.
This blue Omega life jacket washed up at 33 Hale Road; if it’s yours, please call 978-793-0321 to claim it.
We couldn’t offer Lake Boon Association shirts and bags at the annual meeting by Zoom last Sunday, but you can still pick up t-shirts, bags, and other gear! Just text 978-333-0623 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order (from stock inventory only) and make arrangements for payment and pickup on Sudbury Road. See the charts below for what’s in stock and pricing and thanks for supporting the Lake Boon Association.
If you would like to renew your LBA membership at the same time, include dues/donation payment along with the membership form, which is on page 6 of the most recent Gazette.
A 55 gallon white plastic drum has washed up in the first basin at 42 Pine Point Road. Owner, please pick it up there.
SOLitude Lake Management will be conducting an herbicide treatment to the aquatic vegetation in Lake Boon in Stow/Hudson, Massachusetts on Friday, June 12, 2020.
The use of the lake’s water in some areas of the lake will be restricted as follows:
Swimming, boating, and fishing –Until June 13, 2020 in basins 2, 3
Livestock watering –Until June 13, 2020 in basins 2, 3
Direct drinking –Until June 15, 2020 in basins 2, 3, 4
Irrigation – Until June 17, 2020 in basins 2, 3
For specific water-use restrictions based on location, please refer to this treatment map.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact SOLitude Lake Management at (508) 885-0101. For a .pdf of this memo click here.