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  • Long-Time Conservation Commissioner Resigns

    With more than 15 years of service to the town and a volunteer dedicated to land preservation, Conservation Commission Vice Chairman Joe Hovious is stepping down. Mr Hovious submitted his resignation, which the commission learned at its October 6 meeting.

    “His dedication and expertise has been invaluable and he will be sorely missed by all,” Commission Chairman Ann Astarita said.

  • Thinking Spring At Pole Bridge Preserve

    There are a few natural treasures to be found at 34 Pole Bridge Road.

    Citing a “nice main trail, some recently cleared meadows” and “old charcoal pits,” Conservation Commission member Joe Hovious recently ticked off some of the property’s features. While some trails have “been there a while,” Mr Hovious said, “some are under construction by Newtown Trails Committee.”