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Foster's Pond, Andover, Ma

President: Stephen E. Cotton

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Summer Meeting

FPC President Steve Cotton called the formal meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.
Steve reported that volunteers had meeting kept track of algae densities in the Pond, and that treatment had not been needed this year. He also reported that a comprehensive vegetation survey in August had confirmed that we would need to treat the Pond for fanwort in 2015. He said that the dam would need further work this Fall. He also reported that this year AVIS would allow bow hunting for deer on the Wilkinson Reservation, and that the Town would allow bow hunting on its portion of the Foster's Pond Reservation. He said that, after surveying residents in the Willard Circle neighborhood, the FPC Board of Directors had voted not to allow bow hunting on the FPC portion of the Foster's Pond Reservation. He asked residents of Foster's Pond Road and Pomeroy Road to let Dot Tyler know if they were interested in helping to help beautification of the little traffic island at the intersection of Foster's Pond Road and Rattlesnake Hill Road. The meeting was adjourned at 3:20 p.m. If you have questions or comments about the Corporation, contact Steve Cotton.

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2014 Annual Meeting

Steve Cotton opened the meeting at 7:00 p.m. with an overview of the FPC, noting this is our 75th year.
A special cake was provided. President's Report. Steve presented a slideshow with some history of Foster's Pond and a map of the land which is open to the public. A motion was made, seconded and approved to re-elect the following officers: Steve Cotton (President), Marty Rabinowitz (Vice-President), Dave Brown (Treasurer), Janet Kenney (Secretary) for one-year terms ending December 31, 2014. Steve reported on efforts by volunteers to repair a sinkhole that developed in the dam in April. It was caused by a small leak running through the dam. A sinkhole opened up. Steve thanked the volunteers who had dug out the sinkhole by hand to expose the source of the problem. Steve said that Scott Fumicello would be coming in with equipment to excavate the area and plug the leak with concrete, after which volunteers would be needed to complete the work. If you have questions or comments, contact Steve Cotton.

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