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Selectmen talk Prindle Lake project

'It's a big project and it's going to take a lot of work'

Selectmen are forming a Prindle Lake committee to oversee the restoration of the lake’s dam, saving the manmade lake for recreational use. Amanda Collins. (click for larger version)
November 10, 2011
CHARLTON — Their meeting might not have been broadcast, but chances are no one could have watched it anyway.

Still, the Board of Selectmen got down to business at their regularly scheduled meeting, Tuesday, Nov. 1, even as most of the town was still without power and the Town Hall was running on a generator.

Police Lt. Carl Ekman was on hand to give the Board an update on how the town was coping with the aftermath of Winter Storm Alfred. He said that there were about a dozen areas of town that had been hit particularly hard by the Oct. 29 snowstorm. He explained that the storm brought down 21 transmission lines.

"That was the biggies," he told the board.

For more on this story, please see tomorrow's Southbridge Evening News.

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