So the meeting on March 21st didn’t go so great. The turnout was less than the November meeting, two people on the board couldn’t even make it. The petition had no standing, And the committee board shut down and belittled questions from the public. It was proclaimed that Kingstown has only excavated about half the amount they are permitted for. So double the images below.
(Those 12 foot tall machines sure do look tiny from the top of their pit).
Next steps? Time to reach outside of Plymouth. I’ll be contacting state legislators this week and reaching out to Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife to see if we can get an environmental assessment done on this parcel. A board member commented after the meeting that there where absolutely “no endangered animals in the area”. However, there was no assessment or survey done. Please reach out to me, if you have any ideas for our next plan of action. You can directly message me at firstname.lastname@example.org