Sorry for the very late notice! The Lake Boon Commission will meet on Wednesday, November 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the Stow Town Building, 380 Great Road (Route 117), Stow, Massachusetts. The agenda is as follows:
Call to Order
Approval of meeting minutes
Payment of bills
LBC Rules Revision
Review/vote to approve documentation of old rules to be considered for amendment
Consider Fort Meadow Commission rules as they may be instructive to LBC
Discuss/vote to approve amendment process work plan
Discuss/vote to schedule Public Information Meeting
Date of next LBC meeting
Join your neighbors at the Stow Lower Common, by Shaw’s Shopping Plaza, on Great Road (Route 117) by Red Acre Road, on Friday December 1 at 7 p.m. for a holiday tree lighting celebration. Share refreshments and fellowship as we await the countdown to the official lighting of the 40’ tall spruce. Music and singing of traditional seasonal songs, a crackling fire for roasting marshmallows and the arrival of Santa Claus by firetruck will precede the moment the tree comes alive to the delight of “children of all ages”! This privately organized event is open to all. Hope to see you there! For more information contact Don Hawkes at 978-881-4251 or Karen Stams at 978-618-7407.
In the first basin, the following items were found:
- a blue canoe, located a couple hundred yards north of the town beach
- a blue and white paddleboat, located a couple hundred yards north of the town beach
- a black barrel, located at the town beach
Owners, please let Dave Gray (grayscale *at* earthlink.net) know if you could use help moving them back to your waterfront.
Two white plastic barrels washed up during the last storm. If you would like to claim them, they can be picked up at the Falones’ dock at 28 Lakeside Avenue.
A blue plastic gas can and white beach ball washed ashore some time this week and can be claimed by the owner(s) at 33 Hale Road. Please contact Red Aylward at 978-793-0321.
The Gleasondale Road Mill Bridge, at 501 Gleasondale Road in Stow, will be closed for inspection on Sunday October 29 from 6:30 a.m. to approximately 12 noon. Traffic will be detoured through Hudson.
Pam Helinek, Conservation Agent and Planner for the Town of Hudson, has sent notice that the Hudson Conservation Commission is once again trying to enact a Wetlands Protection Bylaw and will be holding a number of information sessions at Hudson Town Hall. The first information session will be next Thursday, November 2nd at 7:00 on the second floor.