The Lake Boon Commission will meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 4. The meeting will be held via a Zoom Meeting (Internet). Public participation via calling in or using your computer is encouraged. You can download the link for the meeting and call-in number here on the Stow town website.
1. Public Comment
2. Meeting Minutes – Review/Vote
3. Police & LBC Patrol Update with Q&A
4. Bills to Pay – Review/Vote
5. FY21 Budget – Discuss
6. Weed Treatment & Drawdown – Updates/Next Steps
7. Lake Boon Rules/Regulations – Update/Next Steps
8. Hallock Point Working Group – Update
9. Old Business/Follow-ups
10. New Business
11. Date of Next Meeting
This float drifted into the dock area at 6 Parker Road in first basin. It’s tied to the dock now. Whomever is missing it, can come take it back.
This blue barrel washed up between 74 and 76 Pine Point Road. Owner, please retrieve.
This blue and white cylindrical float landed at 150 North Shore Drive. The owner can pick it up there.
Note agenda items affecting Lake Boon in bold below. Check back on Monday, July 13 for zoom info.
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
July 14, 2020
1. Public input
2. Chairman’s comments
4. Update: Pine Bluff Recreation Area and Beach Use for Summer 2020 – Laura Greenough, Recreation Commission
5. Discussion/vote re: Certificate for Randall Library Trustee Tim Reed
6. Discussion/vote re: Certificate for 100-year-old Stow Resident Claire Kennedy
7. Discussion/vote re: Appointment to Conservation Commission – Douglas Morse
8. Discussion/vote re: Appointment to Recreation Commission – William Sieller
9. Discussion/vote: Joint Boards Meeting re: Ch. 61 (Right of First Refusal Option) Hallock Point Road
10. Liaison reports
D’oh! Someone lost a floating doughnut. It’s on the Sudbury Road Association dock waiting for its owner, 63-73 Kingland Road.
This yellow duck washed up to the dock at 26 Pine Point Road yesterday. If the owners want to pick it up, they can text 978-760-6649 to make arrangements.
Saturday is the official Independence Day holiday so quiet hours (no-wake speed from 2 to 6 pm) apply both Saturday and Sunday.
After dark no-wake speed always applies and proper lighting of boats is required.
Let’s have a safe 4th of July.
Easy rock and country cover music on the water in front of 34 Pine Point Road.
Saturday, July 4th, 3 to 6 p.m.
Sponsored by JT & Alyson Toole (donations appreciated)
Come by boat, board, canoe, kayak, raft, inner tube or unicorn with life jacket (and mask if rafting up). There is no space on shore.
OARS Water Wise Workshops for children 6-10 years old are going virtual this summer!
They are currently accepting applications for two paid interns who will be part of a small team to produce instructional and demonstration videos and structured activities and investigations for each of the workshops.
Responsibilities will include both independent work and working together at various field locations within the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord watershed where lessons will be recorded.
For more information and to apply, visit their website.