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Peter Lanza

Chairman

Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project

HQ Phone:  (508) 537-1408

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Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project

P.O. Box 413

Leominster, Massachusetts,01453

United States

Company Description

The Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project is a partnership between residents and businesses of Leominster, Massachusetts formed to provide stewardship for the Monoosnoc Brook and its watershed. We are a special project of the Nashua River Watershed Association (NRW... more

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Background Information

Employment History

President of the Statewide COLAP Board

Fall Brook School Council


Affiliations

Lake Samoset Property Owners' Association , Inc.

Board Member


Leominster Education Foundation

Board Member


Nashua River Watershed Association

Board Member


Continuing

Board Member


Education

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www.sentinelandenterprise.com

"This is one of our more visible public events," said Peter Lanza, chairman of the Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project, which also runs education programs in the local public schools.
Lanza said each year, the cleanup is like a reunion for volunteers. "You really see people come together," Lanza said.


www.nashuariverwatershed.org [cached]

Peter Lanza, Leominster, MA
Pete is an educator who often works with the Leominster Public Schools. He is the former President of the statewide COLAP Board and a former Leominster Conservation Commissioner. Pete serves on the Fall Brook School Council, and is a board member of Leominster Access Television and the Lake Samoset Association. He has been an active leader with the NRWA's Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project for over two decades.


www.nashuariverwatershed.org [cached]

Peter Lanza, Leominster, MA
Pete is an educator who often works with the Leominster Public Schools. He is the former President of the statewide COLAP Board and a former Leominster Conservation Commissioner. Pete serves on the Fall Brook School Council, and is a board member of Leominster Access Television and the Lake Samoset Association. He has been an active leader with the NRWA's Monoosnoc Brook Greenway Project for over two decades. Peter Lanza, Leominster, MA


newtownmemorialfund.org [cached]

Lanza and her former husband, Peter Lanza, were divorced in 2009, according to court records.
Friends and neighbors in Newtown said Lanza was a kind woman with a good sense of humor who participated in events like Labor Day parades. According to reports, Lanza was interested in gardening and took a special interest in in Christmas lights. She was also a member a group of women who met regularly to play bunco, a dice game.


www.canoncitydailyrecord.com

His father, Peter Lanza, lives in Stamford, Conn., and works as a tax director for GE.
Acquaintances describe the former honor student as smart but odd and remote. Olivia DeVivo, now a student at the University of Connecticut, recalled that Lanza always came to school toting a briefcase and wearing his shirt buttoned all the way up. "You had yourself a very scared young boy who was very nervous around people," said Richard Novia, who was the school district's head of security and adviser to the high school's Tech Club, of which Lanza was a member. Novia said Lanza had extreme difficulties relating to fellow students and teachers, as well as a strange bodily condition: "If that boy would've burned himself, he would not have known it or felt it physically." Lanza would also go through crises that would require his mother to come to school to deal with. Lanza's family was struggling to make sense of what happened and "trying to find whatever answers we can," his father, Peter Lanza, said in a statement late Saturday that also expressed sympathy for the victims' families.


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