Proposed Plymouth Land Bank

An idea worthy of discussion

We anticipate that a proposal for the Plymouth Land Bank will be presented to Town Meeting in October 2024. The proposed legislation, which will create the Land Bank, is being circulated to promote discussion, Read more

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A Tip of the Hat (and support)

Let’s give Bil Keohan some credit and acknowledgment for his years of hard work on the Community Preservation Committee (CPC).

Few are aware of the full scope and number of important projects Bill has originated and shepherded through Town Read more

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May 5th Sundays @the Barn

Please Let Us Know if You’re Coming

Please click here to let us know if you’ll be joining us this Sunday, May 5th 3:30 – 5:00 to hear Planning Board candidates, Frank Mand and Tim Bennet, share their thoughts Read more

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Wastewater CAC update

Rumor has it the Select Board will be interviewing candidates for the Wastewater Citizens Advisory Committee during their May 14th meeting*. We’re told individuals who have submitted their names will receive an email confirming the date and time.

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Planning a Community’s Quality of Life

What is Smart Growth?

We often hear elected and appointed officials talk about smart growth as a planning framework for maintaining a community’s quality of life, but what is smart growth?

We’re hoping you’ll join us this Sunday, May Read more

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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 influence that trajectory by listening and supporting candidates we feel align with our views and Read more

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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 pollution, promote native plants and pollinator-friendly gardening, protect local ponds, and bring sustainable practices to local schools. 

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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 :

  • Select Board candidate David Golden about his thoughts Read more
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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 5:15 at the barn (directions here) when we will Read more

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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 drinking water and ruled that it’s vulnerable to contamination and must be protected.  Seven towns Read more

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Proposed Plymouth Land Bank

An idea worthy of discussion

We anticipate that a proposal for the Plymouth Land Bank will be presented to Town Meeting in October 2024. The proposed legislation, which will create the Land Bank, is being circulated to promote discussion, Read more

A Tip of the Hat (and support)

Let’s give Bil Keohan some credit and acknowledgment for his years of hard work on the Community Preservation Committee (CPC).

Few are aware of the full scope and number of important projects Bill has originated and shepherded through Town Read more

May 5th Sundays @the Barn

Please Let Us Know if You’re Coming

Please click here to let us know if you’ll be joining us this Sunday, May 5th 3:30 – 5:00 to hear Planning Board candidates, Frank Mand and Tim Bennet, share their thoughts Read more

Wastewater CAC update

Rumor has it the Select Board will be interviewing candidates for the Wastewater Citizens Advisory Committee during their May 14th meeting*. We’re told individuals who have submitted their names will receive an email confirming the date and time.

The Read more

Planning a Community’s Quality of Life

What is Smart Growth?

We often hear elected and appointed officials talk about smart growth as a planning framework for maintaining a community’s quality of life, but what is smart growth?

We’re hoping you’ll join us this Sunday, May Read more

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 influence that trajectory by listening and supporting candidates we feel align with our views and Read more

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 pollution, promote native plants and pollinator-friendly gardening, protect local ponds, and bring sustainable practices to local schools. 

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 :

  • Select Board candidate David Golden about his thoughts Read more

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 5:15 at the barn (directions here) when we will Read more

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 drinking water and ruled that it’s vulnerable to contamination and must be protected.  Seven towns Read more