Monthly Archives: May 2011

Memorial Day 2011

Memorial Day is a day which unfortunately has lost much of its significance in our modern American culture.  For far too many, it is a day for sales on outdoor accessories, it is the “kick-off of summer”, it is the … Continue reading

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Lycott Environmental is awarded Flannagan Pond Contract

The Ayer ConsCom met on Thursday evening, May 26th, to review/discuss the bids they had received for two RFP’s that they had issued for weed treatment this spring.  FOFP had some presence in the room with about a dozen faithful … Continue reading

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Do You Floss Regularly?

I am sure my regular readers are wondering why I would lead with such bizarre questions.  The answer to that question will become obvious in a few minutes. Imagine a situation where you awaken with an awful toothache. You are … Continue reading

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Conservation Commission Meeting – Thursday

The Conservation Commission is meeting on Thursday evening, May 26th,  at the Ayer Town Hall, in the first floor meeting room. After the housekeeping matters, the RFP for Flannagan Pond is the first order of business on the agenda.  I … Continue reading

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The End of the World….Not!!

I was rather disturbed when my alarm clock went off this morning.  I really expected I was going to be able to sleep in, because the world was supposed to end yesterday.  So when I went to bed at 11 o’clock I figured I … Continue reading

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Maxant labels us “Opportunists” and “Deceitful”

The May 20th edition of  Public Spirit has hit the streets.  Mary Arata has written a piece that details the late night ambush attempt to overturn Spring 2011 weed treatment of Flannagan Pond.  As you read the quotes from Mr. … Continue reading

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Oh No! The Peasants are Revolting!

This letter is a response to ConsCom Member, Ms Jessica Gugino’s letter in the Public Spirit of May 13, 2011. What came to be known as Article 38 began last summer when the Conservation Commission told neighbors on Calvin Street … Continue reading

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