Category Archives: Parks

CPA Project List for 2012

There are $449,000 available for projects this year.         As you can see from the list below, the Community Preservation Committee has a challenge ahead.   Now if logic were to prevail, it might be just achievable, but there is a lot … Continue reading

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Tonight is the Night

Be sure that you show up at the public hearing tonight at 6:30 at the Library for the revealing of the first draft of the Open Space and Recreation Plan which when finished will cover 2012 to 2017.       Your input … Continue reading

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CPC Funds Available

They had a brief meeting last night of the Community Preservation Committee.  The basic agenda was to get ready for new projects.     This year’s available money is $449,000. The Deadline for submission of applications is February 16th. After the scheduling … Continue reading

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A Gentle Jab

Now one thing I can’t stand are talking heads that get on the air right after the Governor or the President has a major speech.     By the time they’re done ‘interpreting’, they inform us all that what the speaker was … Continue reading

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What a Rube*!

The NRA reminds me of a dinosaur stomping through a china shop!       After I read the following paragraph in the article, “Waterfront Trust pursues cooperation”, my exclamation unfortunately can’t be repeated online: “NRA Chairman James Shanley, in fact, reads at … Continue reading

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