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Mary Gazzola was sick of seeing trash littered along the sideor her street.So rather than sit back andcomplain, she did somethingabout it. Due to her advocacy,there will be a town-wide littersweep on Saturday, May 7, from7 a.m.-12 noon.Gazzola lives on SummerStreet, near the Pembroke line,and said she has been disturbedby the amount of litter on the sideof the road.“I do a lot of walking and it’s just really discouraging to see amess of litter on the side of theroads,” she said. “It’s really dis-gusting.”She said that much of thetrash seems to be fast food items,lottery tickets, candy wrappersand cigarettes, things that people
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The School Building Com-mittee has unanimously votedto select the Mount Vernon
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model school designer for thenew middle/high school proj-ect.The committee inter-viewed Mount Vernon as wellas Flansburgh Architects onTuesday, and Ai3 Architectsand Symmes Maini & McKee
Mount Vernon Group will use Ashland HighSchool as Duxbury’s model for new school
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Clean sweepYacht club looks to expand
Trash-weary resident organizesroadside litter pick-up day
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The Duxbury Yacht Clubwants to solve a perennialparking problem by purchas-ing a neighboring propertyand using the land for park-ing, and the house for meet-ings.Representatives from theclub, located across from
the Harbormaster’s ofce on
Duxbury Bay, went beforethe Zoning Board of Appealson Thursday evening to pres-ent their plans.Attorney Walter Sullivansaid that the house wouldbe more or less left as is, al-though a porch would be en-closed and a garage will be
turned into ofce space. (Theclub currently rents ofce
space off-site.)“We’re not really doinganything to the exterior of any consequence,” Sullivansaid.Sullivan was respond-ing to a letter from the De-sign Review Board, whoexpressed concern that theproposal was not in keeping
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The Duxbury Business As-
sociation has been ghting for
local businessmen and womenfor many years, working tocreate exposure for town mer-chants in the face of corporatecompetition.This year, however, the as-sociation wanted to try some-thing different, and will hold
the rst Duxbury Business
Exposition at the Senior Cen-ter from 6-8 p.m., May 5 at theDuxbury Senior Center.“We just decided this wasthe time to do it,” said DBAPresident Anne Antonellis.John Mattes is the main orga-nizer behind the expo, but wasout of town last week.Antonellis said they asso-ciation has been kicking theidea of an expo around forseveral years, but it never ma-terialized until now.Part of the motivation forholding the expo was to givethe Duxbury Business Associ-ation members who many notown a store more exposure.“The idea was to give thepeople who don’t have so muchof a brick and mortar presence... to show more of the peoplein the service industry,” Anto-nellis said.She said that response tothe expo has been positive.“It seems to be really pop-ping,” she said. So far, 24businesses have signed up, andthere is a waiting list with evenmore organizations on it.Tables from the differentvendors will be set up in theEllison Room at the Senior
Center off Mayower Street.
Business will have informa-tion on their services, and foodvendors will be spotlightingtheir fares.“People can have refresh-ments and walk around, net-work,” Antonellis said.The event is free and opento the public.“We want everybody tocome,” she said.If the event is a success,Antonellis said the associationmay consider doing it every sixmonths, or moving to a biggervenue like the Performing ArtsCenter.“I think it’s a really goodthing for the people of thetown,” she said. “There’s noobligation, you can see what’sout there.”
Business expo set for May 5
Help sought for green feature
The Clipper is working in conjunction with SustainableDuxbury on a series of stories about environmentally-con-scious lifestyle issues in Duxbury. We are seeking severalfamilies to participate in the project.If you already recycle most of what you consume, com-post in your organic vegetable garden, and ride your bike towork – this project is not for you. We are seeking families thatare interested in living in a more environmentally-consciousmanner, but just haven’t been able to get started for one reasonor another.Although the details of the project are still taking shape,we would likely take a month or so of baseline data abouttrash vs. recycling, energy use, etc., then the families wouldwork with Sustainable Duxbury and other resources to “gogreen” over a couple of months. Participants should be rela-tively tech-literate, as they may be asked to write short blogentries or submit photos.If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, pleasee-mail Clipper Editor Justin Graeber at editor@duxburyclip-per.com
Republicans to meet
Duxbury Republican Town Committee will be holdingtheir Annual Dinner at Tsang’s Café. Please join us Wednes-day, May 18, as we welcome Michael J. Sullivan, former U.S.Attorney under President George W. Bush. The dinner programwill run from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Seating is limited so please RSVPto Rita Strong at 781-934-0880. The event price is $20, whichincludes a buffet dinner.
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