Representative Walter F. Timilty, recently, testified on behalf of House Bill 766, An Act relative to the preservation of Fowl Meadow, which he has both proposed and filed. Representative Timilty, along with Representative Bruce J. Ayers, offered this testimony before the Joint Committee on Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture, in front of an audience of Committee members, advocates, and members of the general public.
The Fowl Meadow is an environmentally, sensitive area, with a remarkable amount of historical significance.
The Fowl Meadow is an environmentally, sensitive area, with a remarkable amount of historical significance. Moreover, on August 20th, 1992, The Fowl Meadow was designated as an Area of Critical Environmental Concern. It is the steadfast goal of Representative Timilty to protect the wetlands of this area. Furthermore, Rep. Timilty seeks to safeguard the thousands of acres of pristine open space. Finally, Timilty believes that the adoption of his proposed legislation will serve to protect the integrity of the Blue Hills.
Commenting on his legislative proposal, Representative Timilty stated, “The Fowl Meadow is an environmental treasure. As such, I, along with several colleagues from the House of Representatives, resolve to make certain that both the ecology and history of this, environmentally, pristine area is protected. The preservation of green open space and its’ crucial ecology has been and continues to be a major priority of mine.”
A treasure indeed. Thank you Rep. Timilty, Fowl Meadow is a treasure and some things need to be preserved.