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Dec 22, 2016
Garden center concept seen for White House
It’s a tricky property,” he said.
Phase one was the demolition of the White House building, followed by wetland delineation, Towell said.
Rockwood Realty is handling inquiries from parties seeking to lease the space for the plant sale business.
“We’ll be actively marketing that by the first of the year,” Towell said.
Another intent is to create a family destination, perhaps even with trails some day. Towell called the property “very special,” and said he would like to see it used.
“It would be nice to come over and take the family on a walk, maybe an Audubon Society type tour. The insurance concerns would have to be worked through,” Towell said.
At one time, a boutique market had been proposed at the site. But when Kwik Trip announced it would purchase the Shell Station across Hwy. M, those plans changed.
“Those guy have a unique offering of food to go,” Towell said about Kwik Trip.
Towell said he was looking for a complimentary business at the site.
Also at Dec. 13 joint plan meeting, the commission gave conditional approval for Athens Gyros to erect a temporary tent for its business.
Athens Gyros had operated out of the Shell Station on Hwy. M, but moved to a food truck once Kwik Trip purchased the gas station.
Athens Gyros is building a standalone restaurant there at the Yahara Crossing complex and will move into that once it is complete.
The Waunakee Fire Inspector will conduct a safety review of the tent before final approval is granted.
(HNGnews.com)Jun 22, 2016
HINGHAM'S YESTERDAYS: Lightning plays havoc on electricity
Police Capt. And Mrs. Walter J. Bartlett, Jr. of Main Street, entered the Massachusetts Hospital School in Canton on Monday.
Mr. Earl Patterson of Rockwood Road was among 13 employees honored by Sun Oil Company at a dinner at the Town Lyne House in Lynnfield. Mr. Patterson, Land Department Representative, received a 15-year Service and Loyalty Award.
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THE WINDOW BOX COMMITTEE of the Garden Club of Hingham have been planting flowers in the Tree and Park Garage which will be transported by Bill Jermyn and Tree and Park employees to window boxes in Hingham Square.
Richard Hollander of Hingham recently scored a hole-in-one at Valley Oaks Golf Course in California.
SHOWING AT LORING HALL: “Thelma & Louise”. At Harborlight Mall, Kevin Costner in “Robin Hood” and Sally Field in “Soap Dish”.
John Thorpe has been named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Outdoor Track Team.
HOMES FOR SALE: Walk to Harbor from this immaculate Antique Cape with 11 rooms and 3-1/2 baths. 3,600 sq. feet of living space includes recently renovated kitchen and spacious family room that opens to a private rear deck. $399,000.
Page 3 of 3 - … Step out the back door of this charming Garrison Colonial to a lovely peaceful yard and through the back gate to a neighborhood full of children. Recently redecorated, this 3 bedrooms home features a heated breezeway and a finished walk out basement with a wet bar. Well priced at $199,000.
Police Chief Joachim-Ingo Borowski, recently home from a tour of duty in Cherry Point, North Carolina, as part of Operation Desert Storm, is back at the helm of the Hingham Police Department.
For the third consecutive year, Hingham has been awarded designation as a “Tree City USA” By the National Arbor Day Foundation. Selectmen Kevin Costello Tuesday extended congratulations to Tree and Park Commissioner William Jermyn and his employees for their efforts in achieving the award.
Old photographs for Hingham's Yesterdays are researched and organized by Peg Charlton.
(Wicked Local Hingham)Jun 10, 2016
Town, School Partner To Develop 17-Acre Wood / Migratory Bird Day Saturday
According to Waite, local surveyor Tim Rockwood will be doing an official survey of the property, a process Stack recommended to the Commission.
“I have some questions about possible incursions by neighboring property owners that would be revealed by the survey if they exist,” Stack said.
“The school also has an opportunity to engage students in management of the dense growth of invasive plants,” Stack said. “They could help restore the natural vegetation.”
Besides trail expansion, Moreno said plans include a “tree house village,” an idea originally suggested by Community Connections director Jaxon Morgan. The tree houses would consist of waist-high decks, with railings, amongst the trees on the property. HES kindergarteners produced their own drawings of how they thought the proposed tree houses would look.
Moreno said the development plans will have to take the Americans With Disabilities Act into consideration. HES has a few students whose disabilities would make access to the woods difficult without some accommodation. He has gotten volunteer help in basic concepts from both the Upper Valley Trails Alliance and Keith Robinson of Black River Design Architects in Montpelier regarding making the trails, the bridges and the prospective tree houses ADA compliant.
“To do this right for the students and the public, and to avoid legal and liability issues, we know we are going to have to engage professionals to oversee both design and implementation of our plans,” Moreno said.
Neither he nor Ms. Waite have an idea yet how much funding will be required to complete the projects they have in mind. She mentioned applying for grant money once the designs and costs are known. Resident Andrea Ambrose, who said the Hartland Winter Trails Association would love to provide volunteers to help do the trail work, since they would expect to be able to ski and snowshoe on them during the winter months, suggested the town should really have a grantwriter available to seek funding for projects like this one, and others, so taxpayers don’t have to shoulder the burden alone.
Hartland has a capital reserve fund, according to Town Manager Bob Stacey, that locals refer to as “the MBTE money.” Stacey said in 1997 an Irving Oil Co. truck loaded with gasoline drove off of the Quechee-Hartland Road near Merritt Road and tipped over into the ditch, spilling what Irving said was approximately fifty gallons, but which bystanders thought was considerably more. Subsequent evidence of well contamination involving a gasoline additive referred to as MBTE enabled Hartland to join a class-action suit from which they received approximately $550,000. The Select Board decided to set up a capital reserve fund that is used to finance various projects and needs – the 17-acre wood development might qualify, Stacey said, but it would have to be approved by the voters at Town Meeting if an application was made.
Clyde Jenne, Hartland Town Clerk and unofficial historian, said the parcel was once called “Steele Meadow” as the heirs of David Sumner owned it. The Steeles used a hydraulic ram to pump water from the swamp to supply the Sumner mansion. In the early part of the 20th century Hartland’s Progressive Grange staged an annual fair where the school now stands, and they also drew water from the parcel, according to Jenne.
In its recent history a developer named Martin Jefferson Davis carved off all of the buildable lots and, left with 17 acres of unusable land, ceased paying real estate taxes on the parcel, which was assessed at $34,000 according to Bob Stacey. In 2002, faced with an imminent tax sale, Davis transferred the land to the town for $1.
Besides access through the HES campus there is a small amount of frontage on Martinsville Road. A... (The Vermont Standard)Feb 3, 2016
After retiring from Christie, Sol moved to Spokane, Wash., where he continued to practice medicine and focused on gastroenterology at Rockwood Clinic. Six years later, he retired again and with his wife Pattricia enjoyed many years of travel, the arts, music (he loved Sinatra), his computer, "Mad Money," and their beloved cat, June. He was an Illini, Zags and Seahawks fan. He maintained his medical license through 2015 and took great pleasure when former patients from Champaign would call him for guidance.
Sol was famous for smoking his blue pipe (quitting overnight), and mowing the grass in his tie (the Bronx kid with his beloved John Deere was once disturbed to see all of the "flowers" cut down at his first home in Champaign, only to learn they were dandelions).
He loved bagels and once lived on an entire restaurant supply can of butterscotch pudding for a week. He was very modest, never impressed with labels or fancy names. He never considered himself smart, but those who knew him would vehemently argue the point.
Although medicine was his life - he called it his "mistress" - he had a sweet side less known to most. One Thanksgiving Day, he saw a woman selling flowers and stopped to buy a bouquet. When he asked her why she wasn't home with her family (of all people to ask!), she said that she needed to sell the flowers. Sol purchased all the flowers but on one condition - that she would go home to her family. Much to his dismay, he saw her outside selling flowers again some hours later. Kindred spirits, perhaps.
He is survived by his wife, Pattricia Barnett of Spokane, Wash.; son, Michael (Victoria Shampaine) and granddaughters, Maya and Hannah, of Chevy Chase, Va.; sons, Todd and Daniel, both of Madison, Wis.; and ex-wives Carol Mizrahi of Champaign and Carol Hull Barnett of Cheyenne, Wyo.
He was preceded in death by his parents and brothers, Rudyard and Julian.
Letters of condolence may be sent care of his wife, Pattricia Barnett at 107 East Meadowlane Road, Spokane, WA 99224.
Donations may be made the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., or to the charity of your choice.
(Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette)Dec 30, 2015
Two More NAG's for Michael Andrew Highlight Jr's West Friday Prelim
Haley Yelle (1:47.53,) Austin’s Diana Dunn (1:47.85,) and Nitro’s Karling Hemstreet (1:47.98) took third through sixth for the morning round, with Rockwood’s Jordan Stout and North Bay Aquatics’ Miki Dahlke closing the top eight with a tie at 1:48.10.BOYS 200 FREE PRELIMThe Nitro boys crushed the 800 relay in the first session of the West Junior National, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that they landed the top two seeds going into the final for the 200 free. Corban Rawls and Sean Grieshop will lead the field tonight with their 1:37.02 and 1:37.39 respectively. North Texas’ Jack LeVant was close behind with 1:37.58. The rest of the field are all within .31 of each other with Longhorns’ Grant Reed at 1:38.32, Sierra Marlins’ Bryce Mefford and North Bay’s Sheldon Boboff tied at 1:38.43, Redbird Swim Club’s Andrew Loy at 1:38.46 and Edina’s Jonthomas Larson returning for his second A-final of the day at 1:38.63.GIRLS 100 BREAST PRELIMTwo girls managed to move under the one-minute mark during today’s 100 breast prelim, with Fort Collins’ Zoe Bartel and PASA’s Grace Zhao touching at 1:00.65 and 1:00.88 respectively. New Trier’s Ingrid Wall was third in 1:01.21, Bueneventura’s Alicia Harrison was fourth in 1:01.45 and Loveland’s Morgan Friesen was fifth at 1:01.72. The last three spots were taken by swimmers with big move-ups, the most impressive being Isabella Goldsmith of the Sandpipers who dropped from 1:03.56 and 31st seed to take 7th in the prelim at 1:01.91. Sixth and eighth were claimed by Greater Nebraska’s Olivia Calegan (1:01.76)...
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