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 (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

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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 to increase ground wastewater discharge 300% in Camelot Part. For those who missed the meeting, Read more

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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 discussion to update folks on the status of the town’s request to increase wastewater discharge in Read more

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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 Holtec Property, Pilgrim decommissioning, increased wastewater ground discharge in Camelot Park, to name a Read more

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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 only a single Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to justify it’s action. The Read more

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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 (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

Read More

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 gallons per day of wastewater in Camelot Park. This represents a 300% increase in the Read more

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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 Falmouth, Wareham, Mashpee, Brewster, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Nantucket, Fairhaven, and New Bedford. 

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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 Bolotin, will discuss the upcoming effort to update Plymouth’s Master Planning Read more

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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 consultant team,
  • Assist in the engagement of a broad community outreach process,
  • Assist in the drafting of the Master Read more
Read More

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 (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

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 to increase ground wastewater discharge 300% in Camelot Part. For those who missed the meeting, Read more

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 discussion to update folks on the status of the town’s request to increase wastewater discharge in Read more

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 Holtec Property, Pilgrim decommissioning, increased wastewater ground discharge in Camelot Park, to name a Read more

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 only a single Environmental Impact Report (EIR) to justify it’s action. The Read more

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 (MEPA) review process, recently initiated by the town proposing a 300% increase in groundwater discharge at the Read more

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 gallons per day of wastewater in Camelot Park. This represents a 300% increase in the Read more

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 Falmouth, Wareham, Mashpee, Brewster, Oak Bluffs, Vineyard Haven, Nantucket, Fairhaven, and New Bedford. 

Read more

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 Bolotin, will discuss the upcoming effort to update Plymouth’s Master Planning Read more

Plymouth Master Planning Committee

Volunteers wanted

The Committee is initially charged with working in conjunction with the Planning Board to:

  • Select a professional planning consultant team,
  • Assist in the engagement of a broad community outreach process,
  • Assist in the drafting of the Master Read more