Milton Conservation Commission to meet April 9

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Milton Conservation Commission to meet April 9

Date: April 9, 2024

Time: 7:30 p.m.

Location: Zoom (Link:

Dial-in: 1-929-205-6099

Meeting ID: 826 2949 5317

Passcode: 316823

The upcoming Conservation Commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday, April 9, 2024, will address environmental issues in Milton.

Set to convene via Zoom, the meeting will commence at 7:30 p.m. with a series of agenda items vital to the preservation and stewardship of the area’s natural resources.

Among the items on the agenda, one of the key topics of discussion will be the Turner’s Pond Pathway. The Commission will provide informational updates regarding this significant pathway, likely focusing on ongoing conservation efforts and any developments related to its maintenance and accessibility.

Another notable agenda item is the “Request for Determination of Applicability” concerning the MBTA Right of Way. This issue highlights the intersection between public transportation infrastructure and environmental considerations, emphasizing the importance of striking a balance between development and conservation.

Additionally, the Commission will address Enforcement Orders pertaining to properties at 24 Wentworth Farm Road and 20 Wentworth Farm Road. These orders likely concern violations of environmental regulations or permits, underscoring the Commission’s commitment to upholding environmental standards and ensuring compliance with relevant laws.

Residents and stakeholders interested in participating in the discussion and staying informed about local environmental issues are encouraged to join the Conservation Commission meeting via Zoom using the provided link, dial-in number, meeting ID, and passcode.

By engaging in these conversations and collaborating with the community, the Conservation Commission continues its crucial role in safeguarding the natural beauty and ecological integrity of the area for generations to come.

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