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We’ve moved to…

Our old site SaveOurPond.Wordpress.Com has been replaced with a new and improved site: Friends of Flannagan Pond dot Com. friendsofflannaganpond.com I trust this address will be easier for more people to remember. I have tried to archive all of the … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

As 2011 winds to a close, let us take time to reflect on the goodness that has transpired over the past twelve months. Take time to enjoy the comforts of family, home and hearth. Celebrate the good news of great … Continue reading

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Flannagan Pond Article prevails at Fall Town Meeting

This is the 100th post on this blog.  I am thrilled to pass the century mark. What better way to celebrate than with a post about another victory at Town Meeting. Article 4 was the most contentious discussion at the … Continue reading

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Reminder – Conservation Commission Meeting

This is a reminder for those of you who may be interested.  The Conservation Commission is proactively looking at possible solutions to the proliferation of Watershield and Water Lilies on Flannagan Pond. They will be discussing this at their meeting … Continue reading

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New Feature – the Blogroll

I have been getting more frequent requests from other groups in Town to help spread their message.  I want to build a community through this site, but I also do not wish to dilute our focus which is Flanngan Pond, … Continue reading

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More Sausage Links

Here are “links” to two more of Jeremy Callahan’s YouTube Videos. Yes, you get it, click on the Sausage Link photos to Link to the video. The first one is a Quickie that is only 90 seconds long. It is from … Continue reading

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The Ayer Sausage Factory

“Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made.” This quote is often attributed to Otto von Bismarck.  My suspicion is that he must have passed through Ayer Town Hall at some point to have come up with such a … Continue reading

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