Support the Healthy Lake Boon Initiative

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If you have not done so and are able, please consider making a substantial donation to the Lake Boon Association to support the Healthy Lake Boon Initiative. Many of your neighbors have already done so and there is still time to obtain a 2020 deduction depending on your tax situation. The Initiative will provide:

  1. The required grant matching funds for the 2-year study of the lake to mitigate algae and weed growth among other issues.
  2. The preservation of most of Hallock Point in the 3rd and 4th basins as undeveloped conservation land.

This brochure provides more details.

You can also donate on our GoFundMe site, or by check made out to the Lake Boon Association and earmarked Healthy Lake Boon Initiative, sent to

LBA Treasurer
12 Pine Point Rd
Stow, MA 01775

If donating by check please indicate if you would like to have your name(s) listed on the GoFundMe site or to be Anonymous.

Thank you for your consideration, and happy new year!

Lake Boon Commission meets December 16

The Lake Boon Commission will meet on Wednesday, December 16 at 7 p.m. on Zoom.

The agenda is as follows:

  1. Public Comment
  2. Meeting Minutes – Review/Approve
  3. Bills for Payment Review/Approve
  4. FY22 Budget (Full & Stow Allocation) – Review/Approve
  5. Boat Maintenance & Winterizing – Update/Decision
  6. Old Business
  7. New Business
  8. Date of Next Meeting
  9. Adjourn

Instructions for joining the meeting can be found at the Lake Boon Commission page on the Town of Stow website: https://www.stow-ma.gov/lake-boon-commission. In the Agendas box on the lower right hand of the page, click on the link for the December 16 meeting to download an agenda with connection link and phone-in instructions.