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From Left: Conservation Commission Chair Ed Derby, Former Conservation Director Danielle Mucciarone, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Ronald Keohane, and Chairman of the Commission on Disability Jack Trottier

On Wednesday, July 21, Town officials and former Girl Scouts gathered on the shores of Long Pond to formally open the new ADA trail & parking lot on the site of the former Camp Kiwanis Property. This project was funded through a grant from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs and a match from our own Community Preservation Committee (CPC).

With these funds, the Town was able to construct a fully accessible trail that leads from the newly constructed parking lot right to the shores of Long Pond for all to enjoy. At the end of the trail, residents will find a nice sitting area featuring two benches that the Sustainability Committee earned by collecting and properly recycling a large quantity of plastic bags, and one bench donated by former Girl Scouts in honor of long time Camp Kiwanis Director Muriel “Scottie” Lafond.

 

The trail is now open to the public and all are encouraged to check it out. The parking lot is accessible at 17 Alden Street.

 

Special Thanks to:

  • Tyngsborough Board of Selectmen & Town Administration
  • Tyngsborough Community Preservation Committee
  • Tyngsborough Conservation Commission
  • Tyngsborough Commission on Disability
  • Tyngsborough Sustainability Committee
  • Town Engineer Jacob Zwicker
  • Tyngsborough Highway Department
  • Former Conservation Director Danielle Mucciarone
  • Executive Office of Energy & Environmental Affairs
  • Paula Sweeney, Cheryl Johnson, and Sandy Corrigan (former Girl Scouts)

From Left: Conservation Director Michele Grenier, Former Conservation Director Danielle Mucciarone, Conservation Commission Chair Ed Derby, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Ronald Keohane, Town Engineer Jacob Zwicker, and Assistant Town Administrator Colin Loiselle