made up of people committed to living sustainably on the planet, in a way that inspires, builds friendships,
A grassroots group of people from Bolton, Massachusetts, whose mission is to build a strong, self-reliant community
and offers a hopeful vision for the future.
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Please join us on Saturday, October 4th from 10AM—2PM
Town of Bolton DPW Garage at 12 Forbush Mill Road - Bolton
WHAT TO BRING: Athletic Shoes (any condition)
Styrofoam - Foam Cups - Foam Trays -
Take Out Containers - Packing Blocks
(Please note: We take any Foam that has the recycling symbol 6 in the triangle with PS underneath it.)
WHAT NOT TO BRING:
Foam Sheets - Packing Peanuts - Insulation - Ground Meat Packaging - Soft Foam Pipe Insulation - Bubble Wrap
THIS IS AN OPEN EVENT - EVERYONE WELCOME!
For more information contact the
Bolton DPW at 978 779-6402 / email@example.com
For a complete list of what can be recycled. Check out the ReFoamIt web-site.
The next Repair Cafe is Saturday, October 18, 2014. from 9-1.
Click here for more information.
Energy Savings for the home...
Bolton Local was happy to partner with Next Step Living this year to bring you three informational programs on saving energy in your home. It is not too late to save on summer cooling, or to plan for next year. Take the first step with a free energy assessment by contacting Next Step Living or MassSave. Special savings and zero-interest loans are available on some items. DO IT NOW!
Kinder Morgan alleges that the economy will benefit from the project: that jobs will be created and that it will be paying taxes in the communities through which the pipeline will run. However, any jobs that might be created will be temporary, ending when the project is complete. Meanwhile, agricultural businesses across the state may actually lose money because of the pipeline, such as Clarkdale Fruit Farms in Deerfield, whose owner has said that he stands to lose 600 trees if the pipeline intrudes on his property as planned. As for property taxes in affected communities, Kinder Morgan would be obligated to only pay property taxes on a diminishing scale, eventually paying nothing.
The list of issues surrounding the pipeline is long and complex. Among the questions and concerns are:
Finally, thinking specifically about Bolton, we believe that expansion of the pipeline through Bolton conservation land, scenic residential properties, and some of the most picturesque farmland in the state would make Bolton a less desirable place to live, and would be nothing short of a tragedy for our town.