Friday, February 24, 2012

The Solar Bylaw protects local farmland

On Feb 27th 2012 at 7pm (at the Carver Middle High School), we have an opportunity to vote for a residents' solar bylaw that protects the unique farmland of Carver. I believe that it's important to protect local farmland, because if we don't, who will? 

Worth Protecting? Heck yes!

It seems that some elected officials at Town Hall don't want to protect our bogs. Of the two solar projects that have successfully completed the Carver Planning board’s site plan review process, one would be sited on land permitted as a cranberry bog, the other on an active cranberry bog. Both of these solar arrays would be larger than 1 acre.

Sunday, February 12, 2012

Raise a toast

On Feb 4th, the Watchdogs of Carver wrote a letter exposing several laws that were broken with the 0 Wade Street purchase and sale agreement.

Three days later, we find out (via the Carver Reporter) that AD Makepeace has allegedly pulled out of what was probably the best deal they've ever signed.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

The 0 Wade Street fiasco

In our opinion, here are some of the mistakes made by Carver, with the 0 Wade Street property. 


1.) Improper use of Carver Redevelopment Authority. According to Article 40 of the 2006 Carver Town Meeting, the Redevelopment Authority was established to handle the following situations: