When the Parks and Recreation Commission came up with a plan to install a patio on the piece of land between the General Store and the Congregational Church this spring, little did it realize another project that included a redesign of the General Store parking lot was already underway.
The newly formed Devens steering committee will meet for the first time in June, to begin planning the eventual fate of Devens. But Devens residents and businesses won’t have a seat at the table.
Our “drowsy little Harvard” appears not once, but twice as “Best of New England” in Yankee magazine’s May/June summer travel issue.
Longtime resident, engineer, ‘coordinator,’ advocate for seniors
Father of Harvard resident, minister, college president
Air Force veteran
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"We're number 1"
In a March 6 page one Boston Globe story titled “Toxic Chemicals Threaten Water Supply in Seven Municipalities,” David Abel reported that toxic chemicals known as PFAs, or pre- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, had been found in public water supplies located in Harvard, Ayer, and five other Massachusetts towns.
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