Take action! Urge the Plympton zoning board to say NO to SLT’s demolition debris operation Public hearing Jan. 4, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. Plympton (MA) Town House Attend the Town […]
Plymouth: ZBA, Conservation Commission challenged for approving 348-unit apartment complex on 16 acres in Colony Place
The Plymouth Selectboard made a deal with Claremont Developers behind closed doors in late 2022. In exchange for a special permit from the Zoning Board of Appeals Claremont will gift up to $3 million to the town for a water booster pump. This is a short term, 5-year solution to the town's water crisis, according to the Town Manager. Selectman Bletzer lobbied the ZBA for the permit, publicly. Claremont is deep in a web of questionable dealings. In addition, a lawsuit has been filed challenging the ZBA permit issued as part of the deal.
Plymouth’s water shortages caused by overdevelopment and poor planning cannot be ignored any longer. Three reports by the Town’s own consultant, Environmental Partners demonstrate a need for a moratorium on […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 24, 2023 Contact: Meg Sheehan, email@example.com Community Land and Water Coalition Holds Rally in Wareham To Stop Sand Mining in Southeastern Massachusetts Groups and residents […]
February 22, 2023: CLWC files request for enforcement of Zoning Bylaw.
The long-time theme park, Edaville Railroad is proposed for a dense residential development under the state's 40B law. The land has a checkered past. What really happened there?
Pulling back the curtain on the sand and gravel industry in Southeastern Massachusetts and the Town boards and officials complicit in the schemes - whether its "cranberry agriculture" or a "subdivision road" that requires leveling the town's highest hill the operation on Route 44 in Carver -- it is a scam. This exposes our drinking water to contamination, destroys our forests and poisons people with cancer-causing silica dust.
Plymouth: Spencer-G. Lopes Construction, Inc. mining operation continues along Route 3; includes MassDOT land
Why is are Plymouth Town officials, the Planning Board, ZBA and Planning Department going along with Scott Spencer's earth removal scam on Route 3? Who is benefitting from this? Not the Town and not our drinking water or environment.
Town Meeting in Carver is April 11, 2023. Citizen Petitions aim to protect drinking water, forest, and control large ground mounted industrial solar and battery storage.
Carver-Plymouth: Weston Franklin Marsh – Ryco Excavating mining operation continues under the ruse of cranberry agriculture
Craig & Gary Weston, part of the cranberry "Cosa Nostra" of Carver as they call themselves, are doing a massive strip mine under the false pretense of agriculture. In Jan. 2023, the Plymouth Planning Board joined the Plymouth ZBA in complicity in this exploitation of legal loopholes and solar subsidies. The Planning Board approved "floating solar" for the illegally created reservoir.