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Meet the candidates part 2

Join us in May for another round of candidates Plymouth and Chiltonville are in the crosshairs of growth and change. It's inevitable. We can …

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Sustainable Plymouth May General Meeting

 Monday 5/6 6:30pm-8:00pm - 158 Center Hill Road, Plymouth Learn about Sustainable Plymouth's grassroots efforts to reduce waste and plastic …

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Reminder: Sundays @the Barn

Please let us know if you will be joining us on April 14th, 2024 from 3:30 to 5:15 at the barn (directions here) when we will meet and hear from : …

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Sundays @the Barn - The Candidates & the Master Planning Process

If you don't know where you're going, any road will get you there Please let us know if you will be joining us on April 14th, 2024 from 3:30 to …

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Open Forum: Protecting our Lands & Waters

Open Space and Our Water In 1990, the United States Environmental Protection Agency designated the Plymouth Carver Aquifer as a “sole source” of…

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Sundays @the Barn: Great Turnout

Understanding the MEPA process 30+ of us turned out last Sunday for a very informative discussion around the town's desire to reroute 1.75 MGD …

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Great Turnout! Select Board/CAC discussion

Step One The Select Board discussed the need, structure, and purpose of a wastewater discharge Citizens Advisory Committee at their meeting last…

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Bring a Chair: Understanding the MEPA Process

We've got 35+ RSVPs for our March 17th and only 19 (or so) chairs. If you'd like to join us next Sunday from 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program …

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Select Board - Groundwater Discharge Citizens Advisory Committee

Agenda - Tuesday March 12th Great Hall located at the 2nd Floor, at Plymouth Town Hall, 26 Court Street, Plymouth MA 5:30 PM EXECUTIVE …

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Select Board to discuss Wastewater CAC

March 12th Meeting We're told the Select Board will be discussing the need for a Wastewater Citizens Action Committee (CAC) at their next …

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A Simmering Problem Below the Surface

Yellow Tide A very interesting documentary by Scientific American on the problems Cape Cod is facing with its wastewater, demonstrating the …

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Reminder: Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act …

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"Build it and they will come"

Wastewater Expansion Please reference this link to the town’s website soliciting a Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan Request for …

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Wastewater Update

Last @the Barn Meeting Big thanks to everyone who participated in last week's meeting. Lots of good information shared about the town's desire …

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Sundays @the Barn - Plan B

Wastewater treatment update The Master Planning presentation has to be postponed due to a conflict. In its place, we will have an open …

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Spread the word re: our email list

Let your neighbors know We don't need a crystal ball to see issues on the horizon that will impact Plymouth and Chiltonville; the 1,500 acre …

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The Secretary's [Wastewater] Reply

Late last year the town submitted a permit request with the state to increase the ground water discharge in Camelot Park by 300% and that it need …

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Understanding the MEPA Process

Please join us on March 17th 3:45-5:15 when retired EPA Program Analyst, Kathy Castagna, talks about the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act …

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Please Sign Our Petition

More Public Involvement Needed! The Town of Plymouth has submitted a permit request with the state to ​discharge an additional 1.75 million …

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Don't forget to vote

YES or NO, let your voice be heard. Last October, Town Meeting passed a bylaw that prohibits “nip” sales in Plymouth similar to other towns like…

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Sundays @the Barn - The Master Planning Process

Please let us know if you will be joining us on February 4th, 2024 from 3:45 to 5:15 at the Withy Barn when Plymouth Planning Board member, Steve …

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Plymouth Master Planning Committee

Volunteers wanted The Committee is initially charged with working in conjunction with the Planning Board to: Select a professional planning …

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Myth: Waste simply biodegrades in the landfill.

Reality: Nothing biodegrades in a landfill because nothing is supposed to.Food waste and yard trimmings make up more than a quarter (28.2 percent) of…
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Wastewater discussion 12/12/23 Select Board

For those who missed the wastewater expansion presentation and discussion at this week's Select Board meeting, you can watch the on-demand replay …

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Conservation Committee candidates wanted

There is a new vacancy on the Conservation Committee and we're encouraging candidates to apply who are committed to fulfilling the environmental …

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Town Govt. follow up

Thanks to Rich Serkey for the town government primer presentation last Sunday. For those who did not get a copy of the handouts he provided, you …

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Reminder: Town Government 101 this weekend

Please let us know if you'll be attending on December 10th at 3:45 - 5:15 when Rich Serkey will present the main features of some of the following …

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Comments re: proposed 300% increase of wastewater discharge

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Please find comments (below) from the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe, Inc., the Eel River Watershed Association, the Jones River Watershed …

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Donations Welcome

Our community is growing! So much so that we've outgrown our free membership status with our email provider (Mail Chimp). If you find value in …

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RSVP: Town Government 101

Please let us know if you'll be attending on December 10th at 3:45 - 5:15 when Rich Serkey will present the main features of some of the following …

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Nip Ban Referendum

Last October, Town Meeting passed a bylaw that prohibits "nip" sales in Plymouth similar to other towns like Falmouth, Wareham, Mashpee, Brewster, …