We Should Expect More From Our Elected Officials

At last Tuesday’s Select Board meeting, four of the five members chose to let 20+ years of institutional knowledge and a record of stellar performance walk out the door. And by that, of course, we’re referring to their Read more

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Community Preservation Committee Appointments on 6/11/24

PLYMOUTH SELECT BOARD

Tuesday June 11th, 2024UESDAY, JUNE 11TH, 2024 in the Great Hall, Plymouth Town Hall, 26 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 6:00 PM

 At last Tuesday’s Select Board meeting, a letter of support for Bill Keohan signed Read more

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Please re-appoint Bill Keohan to the Community Preservation Committee

Please add your name below to show your support

Dear Members of the Select Board,

Bill Keohan, Chair of the Community Preservation Committee, has done a remarkable job.  For the last twenty plus years, Mr. Keohan has been the 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

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New Report Exposes Sand Mining Environmental Crisis

Global sand shortage causing furious rush to mine the region’s sand deposits, report identifies regulatory failures, documents air and water pollution, forest and biodiversity and danger to drinking water.

Southeastern Massachusetts, famous for its approximately 13,000 acres of cranberry Read more

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ZBA Alternate Appointment Tonight

Your help is urgently needed

The Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate Seat (one, 3-year term, until June 30, 2026) will be appointed tonight at the Select Board meeting. You may recall there are two candidates who have put their Read more

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September 24th Sundays @the Barn

We’re meeting at 3:45 Sunday (9/24/23) at the Withy Barn (click on the map below for directions) to hear from Meg Sheehan regarding sand and gravel mining within Plymouth.  

“Sand and gravel operations are big business, and environmentalists Read more

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Bump Rock Widened

Local developer gains Plymouth Conservation Conservation wetlands protection approval (NOI 123-07). The board was promised Bump Rock Road was to be stone widened to 20 feet. The side shoulder will be environmentally seeded-at two feet each: the Read more

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Pinehills Traffic Study

Traffic into Chiltonville

5/10/23 Planning Board Meeting

The planning board received a traffic update from Pinehills, LLC and its traffic consultant, Vanasse & Associates, Inc. addressing the traffic patterns, loads, and speeds within the Village Green.

During public comment, we asked the Read more

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46 Sandwich Road

Town Meeting Update

Absolutely fantastic information provided by Steve Bolotin (recently elected Planning Board member) regarding the 46 Sandwich Road issue (Article 1) coming before Town Meeting on June 21st – please reach out your precincts 4, 15, and Read more

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We Should Expect More From Our Elected Officials

At last Tuesday’s Select Board meeting, four of the five members chose to let 20+ years of institutional knowledge and a record of stellar performance walk out the door. And by that, of course, we’re referring to their Read more

Community Preservation Committee Appointments on 6/11/24

PLYMOUTH SELECT BOARD

Tuesday June 11th, 2024UESDAY, JUNE 11TH, 2024 in the Great Hall, Plymouth Town Hall, 26 Court Street, Plymouth, MA 6:00 PM

 At last Tuesday’s Select Board meeting, a letter of support for Bill Keohan signed Read more

Please re-appoint Bill Keohan to the Community Preservation Committee

Please add your name below to show your support

Dear Members of the Select Board,

Bill Keohan, Chair of the Community Preservation Committee, has done a remarkable job.  For the last twenty plus years, Mr. Keohan has been the Read more

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

New Report Exposes Sand Mining Environmental Crisis

Global sand shortage causing furious rush to mine the region’s sand deposits, report identifies regulatory failures, documents air and water pollution, forest and biodiversity and danger to drinking water.

Southeastern Massachusetts, famous for its approximately 13,000 acres of cranberry Read more

ZBA Alternate Appointment Tonight

Your help is urgently needed

The Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate Seat (one, 3-year term, until June 30, 2026) will be appointed tonight at the Select Board meeting. You may recall there are two candidates who have put their Read more

September 24th Sundays @the Barn

We’re meeting at 3:45 Sunday (9/24/23) at the Withy Barn (click on the map below for directions) to hear from Meg Sheehan regarding sand and gravel mining within Plymouth.  

“Sand and gravel operations are big business, and environmentalists Read more

Bump Rock Widened

Local developer gains Plymouth Conservation Conservation wetlands protection approval (NOI 123-07). The board was promised Bump Rock Road was to be stone widened to 20 feet. The side shoulder will be environmentally seeded-at two feet each: the Read more

Traffic into Chiltonville

Pinehills Traffic Study

5/10/23 Planning Board Meeting

The planning board received a traffic update from Pinehills, LLC and its traffic consultant, Vanasse & Associates, Inc. addressing the traffic patterns, loads, and speeds within the Village Green.

During public comment, we asked the Read more

46 Sandwich Road

Town Meeting Update

Absolutely fantastic information provided by Steve Bolotin (recently elected Planning Board member) regarding the 46 Sandwich Road issue (Article 1) coming before Town Meeting on June 21st – please reach out your precincts 4, 15, and Read more