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Getting Political–Pearl Street Mill Complex and Charles River Meadowlands


Alan Earls speaks to area lawmakers and advocates of open space about the possibilities for access to the Upper Charles River in Bellingham

Open space can be a hot button topic since development pressures are immense in this part of eastern Massachusetts, especially right here in Bellingham and Franklin. But there was a lot of interest from local lawmakers who showed up on a recent cold January morning to see what has happened with the removal of a dam on the Charles River in Bellingham, as well as the demolition of the entire Pearl Street Mill complex, which used to straddle the Charles. Continue reading

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