Breaking Down the Purchase of Glen Echo

The presentation made to Town Meeting Members Monday evening.

Town Meeting members of the Monday evening at the ninth session of Town Meeting.

Glen Echo has been the Open Space Committee's "top priority for acquisition for a decade." 

Learn more about the details of the purchase and about the property itself from this slideshow presentation put together by the Community Preservation Act Committee
and Open Space Committee and presented to on Monday.

Slideshow provided by Town Meeting representative Deborah Sovinee.

Dwight Mac Kerron June 07, 2011 at 09:32 PM
And now we face the challenge of how to polish our jewel. The land has such a rich history from the 1657 Ponkapoag Indian Plantation (and we have stone artifacts from long before this date) to the present. The Historical Society will do its part in getting the history out there by working on programs, plaques, and exhibits The land also presents great possibilities for SOME of the following: ball fields, tennis courts, a playground like the Bradley P. Lessa, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, cross country skiing, skating, snowshoeing, AND a chance for the older generations to reminisce about their Glen Echo memories. None of these things come without the expenditure of time, effort, and/or money, but Glen Echo is worth it. Let's do it.
Jim Moore July 02, 2012 at 08:07 PM
Bravo to the people of Stoughton for preserving this gem!


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