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October 31, 2010 - November 6, 2010

The Breakneck Hill Cow Fund

Family Farm Day & Hike

November 7, 2010

Hike at 10 am

At the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land

Plus Cow Pie Contest at 11 am 

$20 Square could win $300!

Get your squares at www.southborobelties.org  or email

Joyceg1@yahoo.com or lpbourdon@aol.com

All proceeds to benefit the Breakneck Hill Cow Fund

Home made goodies for sale!

For more information visit www.southborobelties.org 

Food Drive

November 6, 2010 - Scouts will be holding their annual food drive next weekend.  Today they placed the bags with instructions on the mailboxes around town.


November 6, 2010 - Southborough firefighters learn the ins and outs of the new fire truck.

Robert L. Walker II, 52, of Hampton, N.H., formerly of Southborough, died Wednesday, Nov. 3, 2010, after a sudden heart attack. He was the husband of Donna (Dunphy) Walker. Born in Framingham, he was the son of Rose (Salvati) Walker of Southborough and the late Robert L. Walker. Robert attended Assabet Valley Regional Technical School and was a talented construction worker for local contractors. He enjoyed his daily walks on Hampton Beach. In addition to his mother and wife, he is survived by his children, Candice of Florida; Amy of New Jersey; Robert of Natick; his siblings, Michael of Southborough; John and his wife, Kelle, of Shrewsbury; Peter of Royalston; Patricia Johnson of Marlborough; niece, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral services are private. After cremation, he will be buried in Rural Cemetery in Southborough. Memorial contributions may be sent in his memory to the Framingham Heart Study, 73 Mt. Wayte Ave. #2, Framingham, MA 01702. Arrangements are under the direction of the Morris Funeral Home (Morrisfuneralparlor.com), 40 Main St., Southborough.

Sports and Recreation

PUBLIC FORESTRY WORKSHOPS AND TOURS OFFERED BY DCR—In November, the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is seeking public input on landscape designations for all DCR lands within the state park system. The public is invited to attend any of six workshops scheduled Worcester, Pittsfield, Westfield, Boston, Dighton and Danvers. Additionally, DCR has scheduled two forestry tours at state forests on November 13 in Chester and Becket to demonstrate and discuss forestry and wildlife habitat management practices and a sawmill and forest products manufacturing tour in Chester to be held on November 19. For more information on the workshops and forestry tours, go to www.mass.gov/dcr or contact Wendy Fox at (617)626-1453.

YOUTH ARTISTS WANTED FOR 2011 JUNIOR DUCK STAMP PROGRAM AND CONTEST--Registration information is now available for the 2011 Junior Duck Stamp (JDS) Program. Connecting children with nature through science and art, this dynamic conservation and design program is designed to teach wetland habitat and waterfowl conservation to students in kindergarten through high school. Using scientific and wildlife observation principles, the program helps students communicate visually what they have learned by creating an entry for the Junior Duck Stamp Program art contest. This non-traditional pairing of subjects brings new interest to both science and the arts and teaches greater awareness of our natural resources. The art is judged in four age group categories in a statewide competition, and the entry judged Best of Show moves on to represent Massachusetts in the national JDS competition. Artwork submissions must be postmarked by March 15, 2011. For official entry information visit www.fws.gov/juniorduck. In Massachusetts the Junior Duck Stamp Program is sponsored by MassWildlife, Massachusetts Wildlife Federation,  and the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. For questions about JDS, or to receive publicity flyers or posters contact Education Coordinator Pam Landry at (508) 389-6310 or Pam.Landry@state.ma.us.

Scouting for Food

     This Saturday, November 6th marks the beginning of Southborough's
Annual Scouting for Food drive.  Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts
all over town will be hanging bags on mailboxes for donations to benefit
the Southborough Food Pantry. The Southborough Food Pantry currently
helps 126 Southborough residents in need, ages 3 to 83.

     Making a donation is simple.  Just fill the bag (or more) with
contributions of food, personal care, and/or paper products.  Leave any
filled bags or boxes next to your mailbox by 9:00 a.m. on Saturday,
November 13th, when Scouts will come and pick them up.  Please be sure
to check expiration dates on food items, as the food pantry cannot
distribute expired food.

     The Southborough Food Pantry and the Scouts thank you for your support!


Local Relay For Life Seeks Volunteers

The American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Northborough-Southborough seeks volunteers from the community- walkers, cancer survivors, caregivers, community leaders, anyone wanting to make a difference - to organize and recruit teams, garner community support, coordinate logistics, seek refreshments and prizes, plan entertainment and lend a hand to ensure the success of the 2011 event.

The first volunteer open house meeting takes place November 15 at 6:30p.m at the Algonquin High School Cafeteria. The open house will begin the planning process and provide information for the Relay For Life of  Northborough-Southborough which supports the American Cancer Society's mission of saving lives by helping people stay well and get well, and by finding cures and fighting back against the disease. The public is invited to stop by anytime during the open house to get more information about the event and the ways to get involved.

Relay For Life brings together friends, families, businesses, hospitals, schools, faith-based groups, people from all walks of life - all aimed at celebrating the lives of those who have had cancer, remembering those lost and fighting back against the disease.

"Relay For Life is all about our community uniting with the American Cancer Society, and supporting its efforts to create a world with less cancer and more birthdays," said Katie Hafner American Cancer Society staff partner. "Volunteers and participants who are willing to give their time and energy to this exciting event are making a commitment to let people know that cancer can be defeated."

The Spring 2011 event takes place overnight as individuals and teams camp out at with the goal of keeping at least one team member on the track at all times throughout the event, signifying that cancer never sleeps. Teams do most of their fundraising prior to the event, but some teams also hold creative fundraisers at their camp sites during the relay.

For more information or to volunteer, call Katie Hafner at American Cancer Society at 508.270.4642 or Katie.Hafner@cancer.org

Rep. Dykema Brings Veterans Healthcare Hearing to Holliston

Boston— Representative Carolyn Dykema is pleased to announce her appointment to the Sub-committee on Veterans Access to Healthcare and to announce that the sub-committee will be holding their upcoming hearing in Holliston.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010, 10am
Holliston Town Hall
703 Washington Street, Holliston MA 01746

The hearing is one of four scheduled across the state from the Cape to Western Massachusetts.  The focus of the hearings is on improving access to healthcare for veterans who live a considerable distance from a Veteran’s Administration (VA) hospital. It will be an opportunity to hear from veterans, local hospitals, elected officials and others interested in improving healthcare access for  veterans.  

“Accessing healthcare through the VA system is particularly challenging for veterans who live a distance from a VA facility. These hearings are an opportunity for my colleagues and me to hear directly from local veterans so we can identify opportunities to improve access,” said Dykema. “I’m thrilled that our sub-committee will be coming to Holliston, and I’m hopeful that we’ll hear from veterans of all generations so that we get a complete picture of the needs.”

The public is welcome and encouraged to attend.

Legal Notice of


Town of Southborough

The Southborough Board of Selectmen shall hold a public hearing on Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 8:00 p.m. to re-consider their determination of the certified valuation of each class of property, the minimum residential factor, and the allocation of the tax burden among the four classes of real property: residential, open space, commercial and industrial, and personal property.  This vote was taken during a hearing that the Board of Selectmen conducted on October 19, 2010.   

The hearing will be held in the Hearing Room, Southborough Town House, 17 Common Street, Southborough, MA.

Interested citizens and business persons may present oral or written views prior to or during the public hearing.

Board of Selectmen

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Price Address Seller Buyer Date
$422,000.00 131 Parkerville Rd Bagley, Joan F. Palmer, John M. 7/27/2010
$260,000.00 9 Mitchell St. Spector, Neil & Jami GW"O Realty Trust 7/28/2010
$1,400,000.00 Schipper Farm Lane Gaffney Kathrin & Paul Sullivan, Michael & B 8/13/2010
$465,000.00 21 Pinecone Lane Zhang Xiaoming Regan, Michael & Kim 8/18/2010
$259,000.00 7 Walker Street Akers, Guy L. Jr  Roman Catholic Bish 8/18/2010
$680,000.00 26 Overlook Drive Choudhary, Joan B & Sidhom, Wasseem & 8/23/2010
$301,750.00 15 Ted Lane Fifteen Ted Lane Real Hughlock, Mariah K & 8/26/2010
$305,000.00 6 Summit Road Bonetti, Angelina J.  Burgess, Stephen F. 8/26/2010
$294,000.00 6 Walker Street Speranza, Joseph T Waite, Mary Beth  8/27/2010
$750,000.00 7 Saddle Hill Lane Ruskowski, James j. Morrissey Patrick J. 8/31/2010
$333,000.00 76 Worcester Road Exxonmobil Oil Global Co LLC 9/9/2010
$430,000.00 3 Admirals Lane EM Revocable Trust Goldberg, Robin 9/17/2010
$222,000.00 Deerfoot Road Baptiste Joseph P. Jr Sungarian, Arno S 9/27/2010
$595,000.00 3 Strawberry Hill Egan William M Jr Murphy, Michael T 9/30/2010
$1,109,500.00 Carey, Leslie S. Tr Partlan, Eric 10/1/2010  
$420,000.00 14 Meeting House LN Middle Road LLC MH Farm Trust 10/1/2010
$490,000.00 16 Meeting House Ln Middle Road LLC MH Farm Trust 10/1/2010
$470,000.00 25 Meeting House Ln Middle Road LLC MH Farm Trust 10/1/2010
$525,000.00 53 Latisquama Road Yerabothu, Premanand Gonzalez, Jose 10/1/2010
$950,000.00 4 Wolfpen Lane Tierney, John & Kath Saltin, Corey B. 10/8/2010
$254,900.00 247 Parkerville Road Bank of NY Mellon Tr Selami, Rudolph 10/8/2010
$1,010,000.00 80 Fisher Road Langway, Robert W Jr Haseotes Hercules G 10/8/2010
$810,000.00 13 Ledge Hill Road Nix, Raymond E Langway, Nancy & Ro 10/12/2010
$1,085,000.00 5 Sadie Hutt Lane Ewing, Scott E & Eileen Debonet Jeremy S 10/12/2010
$565,000.00 107 Carriage Hill Circle King, Barbara J.  Block, Arthur L & Barb 10/15/2010
$184,000.00 128 Woodland Road Henderson, Michael Valleywood RE Dev 10/21/2010
$400,000.00 5 Admirals Lane McGrath, Elizabeth Ackil, Joseph & Mary 10/25/2010
$525,000.00 32 Southwood Drive Dooley Vale Iyengar Sridhar 10/28/2010
$875,000.00 7 Hickory Road Brendon Properties  Sambrook, Andrew 10/29/2010
$2,500,000.00 38 Sears Road Hoffstein, Gordon B Langway James F 11/5/2010
$504,000.00 12 Jericho Hill Road Stevens Jeffrey S. & Forrest Jacqueline & 11/5/2010
$260,000.00 6 Maple Street Urbinati, Ida M. Phaneuf, Peter J 11/5/2010

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Sports and Recreation

November 5, 2010 - ARHS rolled over Shepherd Hill 3-0 today in today's post season game.

Field Hockey Win

November 5, 2010 - Sr. Kelsey McGowan scored the winning goal in today's Field hockey as they beat Shrewsbury in an exciting 1-0 double OT win.

The Last Vestige of Fall

November 4, 2010 - The last of the fall colors are barely surviving the weather and will mostly be gone by the weekend.

Space Weather News for Nov. 4, 2010

COMET FLYBY A BIG SUCCESS: This morning's Deep Impact (EPOXI) flyby of Comet Hartley 2 was a success.  The probe is transmitting data to Earth and, even without processing, the first raw images of the comet's core are spectacular.  Visit http://spaceweather.com for images and updates.

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Thanksgiving is coming up.

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November and Beyond at the Museum
Coney Island Hot Dogs, Worcester, MA, 2009. John D. Woolf
Coney Island Hot Dogs, Worcester, MA, 2009. John D. Woolf

Night Road: Photographs of Diners
by John D. Woolf
Opens November 6, 2010

Drawn to diners and other twentieth-century roadside architecture, photographer John Woolf embarked on a project of capturing images of these buildings—especially those in the Northeast industrial corridor from New Jersey to Maine. Twenty of these compelling photographs can be seen in the exhibition "Night Road."

Most of these structures combine signage—both lettered and neon-designed—to attract the attention of nocturnal travelers. As Woolf describes, "At night, with a mixture of the road's various artificial light sources, interior lights shining through highly visible windows, and eye-catching, garish neon signs, these buildings and their surroundings suggest a film-noir movie set photographed in Technicolor."

Using a digital camera and making multiple exposures for each light source and then combining them together in software, Woolf has tried to recreate the lurid color and dramatic lighting of these roadside structures. Digital photography enables this process, which would not be possible with a traditional film camera.

The popular architectural treasures highlighted in the photos date from an era when commercial buildings were more playful and symbolic than they are today. In the mid-1900s, builders constructed even common structures with a high level of craftsmanship and imagination. Some of these relics remain, and Woolf has captured them before they fade away.

Upcoming Programs
Richard J. S. Gutman
Richard J. S. Gutman
What Is It About Diners? More Than a Meal, That's for Sure
Saturday, November 20 at 2 pm

Richard J. S. Gutman, director and curator of Johnson and Wales’ Culinary Museum in Providence, RI, will speak about the exhibition, “Night Road: Photographs of Diners by John D. Woolf.” He will elaborate on the staying power of the classic diner, based on 40 years of eating and research. Author of American Diners: Then and Now, Gutman is the leading authority on New England diner culture. The lecture is free, and is made possible by the Lowell Institute.
Model Trains Weekend!
Saturday, December 11 and Sunday, December 12, 2010

Up mountain climbs, past coal mines and small villages, through tunnels and city crossings chug the passenger and freight trains of the HUB Division of the National Model Railroad Association in the annual Model Train Weekend at the National Heritage Museum, Saturday, December 11 and Sunday, December 12, 2010. Hours on Saturday are 10 am to 4:30 pm and Sunday noon till 4:30 pm. Admission to the train display is $7 per family; members $5/family.

*Note--The Museum is changing its winter hours schedule for this event. The Museum WILL be open on Sunday, December 12.

Winter Hours Now in Effect
Winter Hours Now in Effect
Through May 3, 2011

A reminder that the Museum is now operating on a winter hours schedule now through May 3, 2011. The Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, from 10 am–4:30 pm, and is closed Sunday through Tuesday. Admission remains free.

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National Heritage Museum
33 Marrett Road
Lexington, MA 02421
Free admission and parking
Winter Hours Schedule in Effect:
Wednesday through Saturday, 10 am–4:30 pm

Closed Sunday through Tuesday

The Museum was founded by and is supported by the Scottish Rite Freemasons.

Be sure to check out our blogs! The National Heritage Museum Blog is a great resource for information on American history, Freemasonry, Fraternalism, and Museum news. Our Learning Blog facilitates the use of primary sources to reconstruct the past.

Sports and Recreation
Outdoors This Week; Activities and Destinations West of Boston

USDA Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Training Program, November 22nd

Farm Bureau Federation Office, 249 Lakeside Drive, Marlboro, MA, 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM. Sponsored by: UMass Extension and the MA Dept of Agricultural Resources. The key presenter for the training is Dr. Richard Bonanno, Ph.D. Extension Educator with UMass Extension. The cost for this GAP training is $50.00. Send additional employees for $10.00 which includes the presentation, pesticide credit, refreshments, but not the GAP manual. Space is limited. Please make your checks payable to University of Massachusetts. Note that we cannot accept cash payments. Send the check along with the registration information given below to Doreen York, Agriculture & Landscape Program, 210 Bowditch Hall, 201 Natural Resources Rd., University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003. If you have questions, please contact Doreen at 413-545-2254 or email at dyork@umext.umass.edu. Registration deadline: 11/12/10.


November 4, 2010




Town of Southborough, MA

Meeting of the Recreation Commission

Monday, November 8, 2010

7:00 PM

Recreation Office

21 Highland Street

Agenda- Neighborhood meeting regarding proposed playground/splashpad by the Recreation Director.

Space Weather News for Nov. 3, 2010

FARSIDE SOLAR FLARES: An active region just over the sun's eastern horizon is crackling with solar flares and hurling material high above the stellar surface.  One of today's flares, a C4-class event, created a wave of ionization in Earth's upper atmosphere despite the fact that the blast site was not directly visible from Earth.  The source of this activity appears to be old sunspot 1112, which has spent the last ~12 days transiting the far side of the sun, and is now about to turn back toward our planet.  Visit http://spaceweather.com for movies of today's activity and updates.

COMET HARTLEY UPDATE:  NASA's Deep Impact (EPOXI) probe is closing in on Comet Hartley 2 for a daring flyby on Nov. 4th.  The small but active comet is full of surprises, with spinning jets, geysers of cyanide gas, and a strangely pickle-shaped core.  Mission scientists expect to reveal first images from the flyby during a press conference on Thursday afternoon, around 4 pm EDT. Tune into NASA TV to follow events live, and meanwhile read this story for a preview:

SPACE WEATHER ALERTS:  Would you like a call when solar storms erupt?  Sign up for Space Weather Phone: http://spaceweatherphone.com

Dear Friends

 A couple "day after" requests.

Lawn signs have been planted throughout the district. Please make an effort to harvest signs you see in or on any public property. As a campaign we want to save the cities and towns the expense of clean up. Although I will be stepping forward again in the political arena, I have not yet decided if it will be a Congressional run. That said, please feel free to hold onto any signs you may have.

I appreciated all the financial support that all of you have given the campaign. Bills are still coming in for our final weeks of campaigning. Contributions are still needed and appreciated in order to wrap up this campaign and start moving forward on the next battle. Please help me keep fighting by CLICKING HERE to contribute.

Thank you again.



Holiday Decorations & more


Have you started thinking about the holidays? 


We offer a nice selection of fresh trees, wreaths and winter greens.


Our Cyclamen, Christmas Cactus and Poinsettias are healthy and beautiful!



Bulbs now in stock, greenery week of Nov. 15th.

Custom orders welcome!

Amaryllis Bulbs
 Amaryllis Bulbs
Paperwhite Bulbs
Paperwhite bulbs 

Fresh Trees!
Christmas Trees 
Fresh Wreaths 
Fresh Balsam Wreaths
Fresh MASS. Grown
Fresh Massachusetts Cranberries
Gulbankian Farms Garden Center & Florist Shop
40 Mt. Vickery Rd. Southborough, MA 01772
Tel:  508-485-8979
Sports and Recreation

November -- Quack, quack! Junior Duck Stamp Traveling Art Exhibits in Holden and Montague--Interested in making a connection with nature by submitting artwork to the 2011 Massachusetts Juni or Duck Stamp Contest? Take inspiration from traveling exhibits featuring top youth entries from the 2010 Massachusetts Junior Duck Stamp (JDS) Contest.  The Junior Duck Stamp Program was launched in 1991 by the US Fish & Wildlife Service with the aim of increasing young people's awareness of the importance of preserving wetland habitats and the delights of wildlife. In 1992, the US Fish and Wildlife Service printed the first ever Junior Duck Stamp with the funds going towards scholarships and educational grants. More information about the JDS contest can be found at: www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/education/jds/jds_home.htm.

  • November 2 – Dec 21—Travelling JDS Exhibit at Wachusett Regional High School's Bowes Gallery in Holden. For directions and more information, contact Suzanne Breen at (508) 829-6771.

  • November 6 – December 18 —Travelling JDS Exhibit at Great Falls Discovery Center, Turner's Falls (Montague)  For further information, call Sarah Bevilaqua at (413) 863-3676.

November 10 -- Project WILD Workshop for Educators, Hawley -- The Department of Conservation and Recreation invites educators to an exciting six-hour interdisciplinary hands-on/minds-on workshop focusing on terrestrial wildlife and ecosystems at Dubuque State Forest. Participants will receive the nationally award winning activity guide along with hours that may be used toward obtaining PDP's. Participants will actively engage in activities, evaluate materials for unique needs & settings, share experiences with other educators, take home ideas & resources to integrate into their teaching, and make correlations to national & state content standards. Formal & non-formal educators find the materials & workshop experience very valuable. Pre-registration is required by calling Alec Gillman at (413) 499-4262.

November 17 -- Black Bears in Massachusetts, Groton -- Laura Hajduk, Furbearer and Black Bear Project Leader for the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife will present a family-friendly program about black bears in the region. This program, offered by the Nashua River Watershed Association at 592 Main Street (Rte. 119) in Groton, is free and open to the public. Seating is limited; pre-registration for this presentation is encouraged. Seating will be held for pre-registrants until 5:55 p.m., at which time walk-in guests will be seated. To pre-register or for more information, call Al Futterman, NRWA Land Programs and Outreach Director at (978) 448-0299, or email AlF@NashuaRiverWatershed.org.

Town of Southborough

Unofficial Results November 2, 2010

      1609 1411 1511 4531
GOVERNOR & Lt GOV            
Patrick and Murray     681 548 603 1832
Baker and Tisei     834 786 819 2439
Cahill and Loscocco     66 54 75 195
Stein and Purcell     15 19 9 43
Write-ins     5 0 0 5
Blanks      8 4 5 17
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Martha Coakley     915 730 835 2480
James P. McKenna     673 663 653 1989
Write-ins     2 0 3 5
Blanks     19 18 20 57
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
William Francis Galvin     907 700 811 2418
William C. Campbell     613 622 598 1833
James D. Henderson     37 39 38 114
Write-ins     1 0 0 1
Blanks     51 50 64 165
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Steven Grossman     686 546 613 1845
Karyn E. Polito     875 816 848 2539
Write-ins     0 0 0 0
Blanks     48 49 50 147
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Suzanne M. Bump     507 391 461 1359
Mary Z. Connaughton     957 895 905 2757
Nathanael Alexander Fortune     41 51 45 137
Write-ins     1 0 0 1
Blanks     103 74 100 277
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Rep IN CONGRESS            
James P. McGovern     822 646 738 2206
Martin A. Lamb     703 692 695 2090
Patrick J. Barron     39 35 37 111
Write-ins     1 0 2 3
Blanks     44 38 39 121
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Marilyn M. Petitto Devaney     716 577 677 1970
Nicholas A. Iannuzzi     662 633 621 1916
Write-ins     1 0 3 4
Blanks     230 201 210 641
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
James B. Eldridge     721 578 652 1951
George M. Thompson     757 738 738 2233
Write-ins     2 0 0 2
Blanks     129 95 121 345
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Rep IN GENERAL COURT   Precinct 1 only        
Danielle W. Gregoire     646     646
Steven L. Levy     877     877
Write Ins     0     0
Blanks     86     86
TOTAL     1609     1609
Rep IN GENERAL COURT   Precinct 2, 3        
Carolyn C. Dykema       802 947 1749
Jonathan A. Loya       397 356 753
Write Ins       5 2 7
Blanks       207 206 413
TOTAL       1411 1511 2922
Joseph D. Early, Jr.     1004 889 981 2874
Write Ins     31 29 30 90
Blanks     574 493 500 1567
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
Lewis G. Evangelidis     734 733 717 2184
Thomas J. Foley     622 478 568 1668
Keith E. Nicholas     94 82 92 268
Write-ins     2 3 2 7
Blanks     157 115 132 404
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
QUESTION 1   Sales Tax on Alcoholic Beverages        
YES     845 749 824 2418
NO     725 647 663 2035
Blanks      39 15 24 78
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
QUESTION 2   Comprehensive Permits for Housing        
YES     734 681 709 2124
NO     803 664 727 2194
Blanks      72 66 75 213
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
QUESTION 3   Sales and Use Tax Rates        
YES     732 692 742 2166
NO     853 703 754 2310
Blanks      24 16 15 55
TOTAL     1609 1411 1511 4531
QUESTION 4 - Prec 1 ONLY   Est. Health Care as right        
YES     708     708
NO     735     735
Blanks      166     166
TOTAL     1609     1609
Democratic     582 485 534 1601
Republican     389 467 370 1226
Libertarian     4 2 3 9
Unenrolled     1,449 1,192 1,279 3,920
Other     1 2 1 4
*Total Registered Voters in each PRECINCT 2,425 2,148 2,187 6,760
Total Votes Cast in EACH Precinct 1,609 1,411 1,511 4,531
Voter Turnout      %   67.03%        
True Attest Copy, Paul J. Berry, Town Clerk        
*As of  October 13, 2010 Deadline to Register to Vote      

The Breakneck Hill Cow Fund

Family Farm Day & Hike

November 7, 2010

Hike at 10 am

At the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land

Plus Cow Pie Contest at 11 am 

$20 Square could win $300!

Get your squares at www.southborobelties.org  or email

Joyceg1@yahoo.com or lpbourdon@aol.com

All proceeds to benefit the Breakneck Hill Cow Fund

Home made goodies for sale!

For more information visit www.southborobelties.org 


American Bittersweet,Celastrus scandens,flowers,nature,plantsAs part of the upcoming holiday season, many people are using plant material to decorate their houses or businesses. The Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (DFW) and the Department of Agricultural Resources (DAR) highly recommends that people avoid using certain exotic, invasive plants such as Oriental bittersweet (Celastrus orbiculatus) and Multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora) in holiday decorations. Though these plants are attractive, it is best to refrain from using them. Birds eat and carry away the fruits from wreaths and garlands and the digested but still-viable seeds sprout where deposited. Exotic, invasive plants create severe environmental damage, invading open fields, forests, wetlands, meadows, and backyards, and crowding out native plants. Bittersweet can even kill mature trees through strangling. Both plants are extremely difficult to control: when cut off, the remaining plant segment in the ground will re-sprout. It is illegal to import or sell bittersweet and multiflora rose in any form (plants or cuttings) in the state of Massachusetts.

Backyard gardeners, nursery staff, landscapers and conservationists can learn more about invasive plants from the DFW A Guide To Invasive Plants. In the Guide, each invasive plant description includes a photograph, the plant's regulatory status, key identification characteristics, habitats where the plant is likely to be found, type of threat the plant poses to native species and habitats, and its current distribution and place of origin. Similar plant species are also briefly described to aid in plant identification. The Guide includes definitions of three categories of invasiveness, brief explanations of how invasive plants are introduced and spread, why invasives are a problem, how to learn more about controlling invasive plants, and the state agricultural regulations regarding their importation, sale and propagation. Useful invasive plant websites are also referenced.

To purchase a guide from DFW, stop in the Westborough office during business hours or send a request to “Invasive Plant Guide,” MassWildlife Field HQ, NHESP, 1 Rabbit Hill Rd, Westborough, MA, 01581, and include a check for $5 (per copy) payable to: Comm. of Mass.--NHESP. Sorry, but credit cards are not accepted.  For more information visit the DFW web page at: www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/nhesp/conservation/invasives/invasive_species.htm, the DAR website of prohibited plants at: http://www.mass.gov/agr/farmproducts/Prohibited_Plant_Index2.htm  or visit the New England Wild Flower Society website at http://www.newfs.org/protect/invasive-plants.

Use Your Imagination

November 2, 2010 - A Southborough News reader sent in these photos of rock formations in Indian Brook, Hopkinton, MA.  One could imagine a sleeping dog in this shot while the below shot could be a sleeping guard from a fantasy book.  These rocks are usually well under water but due to the low water table several feet of normally under water rock is exposed.

Sports and Recreation
REI Framingham, MA
375 Cochituate Rd

Framingham, MA 01701

(508) 270-6325

This is your opportunity to climb outdoors with professional rock climbing instructors. We'll teach solid fundamental skills such as belaying, crack climbing and face climbing. All gear is provided. Families are welcome; under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult.
When: 11/06/2010 09:00 AM
Cost: $
Young and old alike can enjoy this modern-day game of hide and seek using GPS coordinates for clues. While we are finding geocaches in a local park, we'll learn how to use a GPS unit, including creating waypoints, plotting a course and transferring route information from a map to a GPS.
When: 11/06/2010 09:00 AM
Cost: $

Don’t forget to Vote!!! Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Polls Open 7AM – 8PM

Polling Locations Town of Southborough Precinct Map

Go to www.wheredoivotema.com to check your voting location.

There are (3) three polling locations in Southborough

o    Precinct 1 - A.S. Woodward Memorial School, 28 Cordaville Rd

o    Precinct 2 - P. Brent Trottier Middle School, 49 Parkerville Rd

o    Precinct 3 - Mary E. Finn School, 60 Richards Rd

Questions? Feel free to call the Town Clerk 508.485.0710 x5 or email TownClerk@southboroughma.com


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Southboro Car Care Center
Southboro Auto Tech & Choice Car Wash
  Boston Rd, Route 30

Southborough, Massachusetts 01772
November Newsletter
"Fuel for Thought"
November is upon us! With that comes the busy holiday season! We would like to wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving and we would like to remind you that with the holidays comes a lot of travel and car trips. Make sure your car is ready to go and doesnt fail you during the hectic holiday season!
Bill and Kris Stapleton & the Satff at Southboro Car Care Center
Tire Pressure and Cold Weather
When the weather changes from warm to cold it can affect many parts of your car, the tires being one of the most important. Tires need to have proper grip to the pavement so that you, as the driver, can control the vehicle. Temperatures that rapidly decrease can cause the air inside of your tires to change which can cause problems with your tire pressure which will then affect your tire performance and your safety.
 You should check your tire pressure more often in the winter months. The shorter days, thus less warming sunlight and colder temperature will give you tire pressure issues. For every 10 degrees Fahrenheit change in the outside temperature, the tires' air pressure will change by about 1 pound per square inch (psi). This falls with colder temperatures and rises with higher temperatures.
The different in temperature between summertime and wintertime is nearly fifty degrees Fahrenheit. As the outside temperature changes it results in a gain or loss of around 5 psi. If the tires are not properly taken care of and air pressure maintained the tires performance will plummet.
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Car Wash and Gas Gift Certificates Make Perfect Presents 
A wash club membership, car wash or gas gift certificate makes a great gift!
Go to www.choicecarwash.com for your wash club membership or car wash gift certificates. You have 3 options for presenting the gift:
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Gulf Gas Gift Certificates are available in all denominations at the station between the hours of 8-5.
 Monthly Observances
American Indian Heritage Month
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
Military Family Appreciation Week
National Peanut Butter Lovers Month

Weekly Observances
Pursuit of Happiness Week 7th-13th
National Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week 13th-19th
 Better Conversation Week 21st-27th
Daily Observances
1st All Saints Day
4th Use Your Commin Sense Day
5th Sadie Hawkins Day
8th Election Day
25th Black Friday 
28th Cyber Monday
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SVT Annual Meeting

Michael Penko of Upton, Betty Wright of Marlborough, Karin Paquin of Marlborough, Irene Del Bono of Natick, Marian & William Harman of Westford receive conservation awards at SVT’s 57th Annual Meeting.

Area Residents Receive Conservation Awards at

SVT 57thAnnual Meeting on October 24th

Sudbury Valley Trustees honored six community leaders at its 57th Annual Meeting on Sunday,October 24th at Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge. The Lewis Conservation Award waspresented to Michael Penko of Upton, the Morgan Volunteer Award to Karin Paquin ofMarlborough, the Steward of the Land Award to Betty Wright of Marlborough, and the DistinguishedPublic Service Award to Irene Del Bono of Natick, Conservation Restriction Coordinator at theMassachusetts Division of Conservation Services at the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.

William and Marian Harman of Westford were awarded a Life Member Award.\“These community leaders truly exemplify the spirit of the Sudbury Valley Trustee awards,” said RonMcAdow, Executive Director of Sudbury Valley Trustees. “They each have dedicated many hours ofhard work in support of land conservation in our region, and we welcome this opportunity torecognize their contributions.”The Lewis Conservation Award is awarded to an individual who “toils in our local environmentalvineyards and encourages others to do the same.” The Morgan Volunteer Award recognizes dedicatedmembers who have given freely and unselfishly of their time, talents and resources. The Steward ofthe Land Award is presented to a member who is a model land steward.

The Distinguished PublicService Award recognizes a public official who demonstrates environmental leadership. LifeMembership is awarded to community leaders who have shown exceptional service and generosity.At this year’s meeting, special recognition also went to Cile Hicks of Wayland for her exceptionalservice after recently retiring as a board member after fourteen years. Also recognized was StephenWinthrop of Wayland, who will be stepping down as SVT president, although he will continue hisSVT association as a member of the board, a position he has held since 2002.

SVT’s Annual Meeting was sponsored by Middlesex Bank, Framed in Time of Framingham,and Capital Group Properties of Southborough. This year’s meeting featured a slidepresentation and talk by naturalist Peter Alden of Concord.

Sudbury Valley Trustees is a regional land trust conserving land and wildlife habitat in the

36-towns of the Concord, Assabet, and Sudbury river basin. www.svtweb.org

Christa Collins and SVT founding member George Lewis present Lewis Conservation Award to Michael Penko of Upton. (contributed photos)

GOLDFARB, Jennifer (Kizner) Of Minnesota, formerly of Hull & Southborough. Entered into rest October 27, 2010 at the age of 44 years. Beloved wife of Jay Goldfarb. Dear daughter of Melvin & Diane (Zerner) Kizner. Devoted mother of Benjamin and Henry Goldfarb. Loving sister of Stephanie Meyer and her husband Keith of Southborough and Jonathan Kizner of Natick. Adored granddaughter of Blanche Zerner of Hull. Aunt of three nieces and one nephew. Graveside services at Hull Village Cemetery, Nantasket Avenue, Hull on Monday, November 1, 2010 at 12:00 PM. Memorial observance will be held at the home of Stephanie & Keith Meyer on Monday 6-8 PM and on Tuesday 2-4 & 6-8 PM. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in Jennifer's memory may be made to a charity to be set up in the near future. For information please contact Melvin Kizner, c/o Stanetsky Memorial Chapels. Stanetsky Memorial Chapel 781-821-4600 www.stanetsky.com

Sparkles Goes to Boston Children’s Book Wins Four Prestigious National Awards


Firehouse Dog Publishing Announces Sparkles Goes to Boston as a multi-award winner in the 7th Annual “Best Books” Awards by USA Book News


CLARKSVILLE, AR Sparkles Goes to Boston, a children’s fire safety book by Firefighter Dayna Hilton, has won four national awards in the 7th Annual “Best Book Awards presented by USA Book News.


The book has been selected as the Winner in the Children's Picture Book: Softcover Non-Fiction category and a Finalist in the Children’s Book Series, Children’s Non-Fiction category and Animals/Pets: General categories.


Winners and finalists traversed the publishing landscape: Simon & Schuster, Penguin/Putnam, Rodale, McGraw-Hill, John Wiley & Sons, Moody Publishers, American Cancer Society, Sourcebooks, and hundreds of independent houses contributed to this year’s competition.


Southborough Fire Department (MA) is the location of Author Dayna Hilton’s second in a series of children’s books, Sparkles Goes to Boston. The book, which chronicles Sparkles’ big trip to visit Firefighter Jim at the fire station, includes age appropriate fire safety tips which are based on Oklahoma State University Fire Protection Publication’s comprehensive preschool curriculum project for young children. Firefighter Jim, Sparkles, and her two-legged friend, Firefighter Dayna, are the main characters of the book. Chief Mauro and firefighters from the department are also featured in the fun and educationally sound fire safety book. Colorful pictures complement this story about Sparkles.


Hilton stated, “Children under the age of five are at much greater risk of fire-related deaths than others. The group accounts for 11% of fire-related deaths in the United States ~ the highest population for any age group. I was inspired by my work as a firefighter and by my four-legged friend, Sparkles, to create this fun and educationally sound book. What an honor that the book has been selected from such a broad field of children’s book authors and publishers.”


For almost a decade, Hilton and her fire safety dogs have made it their mission to save lives, reduce injuries and decrease property losses from fire. In recent years, she and her fire safety dogs have concentrated their fire safety efforts on pre-schoolers, kindergartners, first graders and their caregivers.

Jeffrey Keen, President and CEO of USABookNews.com, noted that this year’s contest yielded an unprecedented number of entries. Keen says of the awards, now in their eighth year, “The 2010 results represent a phenomenal mix of books from a wide array of publishers throughout the United States.”

This brings the total to six national awards for Hilton’s children’s fire safety books. The books are available at Amazon.com and at book stores.


A complete list of the winners and finalists may be found at www.usabooknews.com.


About the Author


Firefighter and nationally recognized fire safety expert, Dayna Hilton, is known as “Firefighter Dayna” to millions of children and their caregivers. Hilton, a critically acclaimed award-winning children’s fire safety book author and her Dalmatian, Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog, have been credited with helping save several lives. Hilton is the author of the critically acclaimed, multi-award winning book, Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog and the Sparkles the Fire Safety Dog Coloring book.


To learn more about Firehouse Dog Publishing’s children’s books, visit www.firehousedogpublishing.com.


Media Contact: Dayna Hilton, Dayna@firehousedogpublishing.com, 479.979.7328

Sports and Recreation
ARHS Sports

No Sports announced

View DetailsTriboro Youth Hockey Association
   Sport: Hockey
  League: Midgets
    Date: 10-30-2010 at 9:10p
    Team: Triboro-Midget Minor   vs   Starhawks Calabro
Location: NESC - Marlborough, MA
   Score: 4 to 5

Chestnut Hill Road

October 31, 2010 - Chestnut Hill Road looking southward.


Woodward Memorial School Students Learn the Power of Numbers

SOUTHBOROUGH, MA, August 20 – The teachers at the Woodward Memorial School used to see a lot of Capri Sun drink pouches get thrown away.  Once they signed up to recycle them through a company called TerraCycle, the school began earning two cents for every one of those pouches and became part of a nationwide effort that has just reached an impressive milestone of keeping 50 million pouches out of landfills.  In addition, TerraCycle, which makes affordable, eco-friendly products from packaging waste, and Capri Sun have paid one million dollars to schools and non-profits in return for the recycled drink pouches. 

In more visual terms, 50 million drink pouches are the weight of 20 school buses or, if laid side by side, would cover 480 football fields or cover the Grand Canyon nine times!  Instead of going to landfill those pouches are now reborn as tote bags, backpack, lunch boxes and more!

“Just this past December our school started a recycling program in the cafeteria. After learning about TerraCycle, we started collecting the drink pouches in January,” explained Mary Ellen Duggan, the Woodward School nurse and coordinator for the Drink Pouch Brigade.  “In two months we have collected about 800 drink pouches and cut our trash disposal from the cafeteria in half!  We are very grateful for this opportunity to help us become more responsible citizens while earning money for our school.”

The school is part of the Capri Sun Drink Pouch Brigade a free program that pays schools and non-profits to collect non-recyclable waste that would otherwise go to a landfill.  The program is beneficial in so many ways: kids and adults are educated about recycling and resource conservation and inspired to make a difference in their own community; much needed funding is provided to schools and charities and millions of pieces of packaging are saved from landfills every week!

More than 70,000 schools and community groups around the country have signed up to help collect almost 30 different kinds of products and packaging TerraCycle accepts.  The participating organizations will collectively earn over 2 million dollars this year.

Any interested organizations can learn more or sign up for free today at www.terracycle.net.


In nature, waste does not exist.  All materials are reused or recycled through natural processes.  However, modern human society and technology has created a massive waste issue.  The creation of complex plastic polymers during and after the Industrial Revolution broke the closed-loop, sustainable system that had existed on Planet Earth for billions of years.  Now the irrepressible demand for safe, conveniently packaged consumer goods is annually creating billions of tons of non-recyclable or difficult to recycle waste.


Enter TerraCycle, the ambitious dream of a college freshman turned sustainable business pioneer, a company that makes eco-friendly, affordable consumer products from waste.  By using the trillions of pieces of packaging that go to landfill every year to build high quality consumer goods, TerraCycle hopes to replace the need to create virgin materials, like new plastics and textiles, by showing the world it is more sustainable and more profitable to use waste as a raw material.


TerraCycle started in 2001 as a simple organic fertilizer company.  Two college students fed the leftovers from their cafeteria to an army of worms.  Lucky for those industrious, penniless students, the cafeterias on their campus discarded plenty of food and the worms gladly worked for a good meal.  They harvested the worm compost, or Worm Poop as it became fondly known, and liquefied it into a completely organic, ultra-effective fertilizer.  However, with no money they could not buy the packaging they needed to start selling their fertilizer.  Undiscouraged, they began to bottle their liquid fertilizer in used soda bottles they collected from recycling bins, unwittingly creating the world’s first product made from AND packaged entirely in waste!


Nine years later TerraCycle has grown from a two-man, dorm room operation to an international leader in the field of ‘eco-capitalism’ and ‘upcycling’ and is starting to prove to the world that you can make a difference and a profit at the same time.  However, it takes more than an army of worms to change the world.  TerraCycle’s founders realized the revolutionary idea they discovered was not Worm Poop, but using waste materials which have no value to make products that are both sustainable and affordable.


Today, TerraCycle partners with major consumer goods manufacturers such as Kraft Foods, Frito-Lay, Mars, Kashi, Kimberly-Clark and many more to run a massive network of individuals, schools and organizations who get paid to help collect and upcycled non-recyclable packaging.  From drink pouches to chip bags to candy wrappers to diaper packaging, TerraCycle and its partners pay two cents per unit of returned packaging and the collected material is combined with other waste streams and upcycled into a wide range of consumer products.


These collection fundraisers are called Brigades and have been running since 2007, when the first was launched with organic beverage manufacturer, Honest Tea.  In only three years, over 60,000 locations and 10 million people have got involved and are helping to collect, not discard, their trash.  Almost 2 billion pieces of pre- and post-consumer packaging have been collected and more than one million dollars has been donated to schools and non-profits. To learn more or get involved today, simply go to www.terracycle.net.


In 2009, TerraCycle began to take its successful Brigade programs overseas, launching in the UK, Canada and Mexico with Kraft Foods and in Brazil in with PepsiCo and Frito-Lay.   During 2010, the company expanded into the Middle East and mainland Europe, and TerraCycle aims to extend its upcycling programs to as many countries as possible.

Inc. Magazine’s annual ranking of the fastest growing private companies in America listed TerraCycle in the top 200 in 2010, moving from the 288th spot and in the top 10 of consumer goods companies in 2009.  Retailers carrying TerraCycle products include: The Home Depot, Walmart, Target, Whole Foods Market, OfficeMax, Petco, Urban Outfitters, Radio Shack, Best Buy, Toys ‘R Us and many more. Many of TerraCycle’s products can also be found online at www.shoponlygreen.com

Southborough meetings

October 31 to November 6, 2010





Historical Commission - Agenda 11/1/10 6:00 PM Historical Museum 25 Common Street

Board of Assessors - Agenda


8:30 AM

McAuliffe Hearing Room Town House

Council on Aging- Agenda 11/3/10 7:00 PM Country Kitchen, 9 Cordaville Road
Zoning Advisory Committee - Agenda 11/3/10 7:00 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room Town House
Conservation Commission - Agenda 11/4/10 7:30 PM McAuliffe Hearing Room Town House
Northborough/Southborough Health/Wellness Advisory - Agenda 11/4/10 8:00 AM Algonquin Regional High School Library - Faculty Room, 79 Bartlett Street, Northborough
Recreation Commission - Agenda 11/4/10 7:30 PM Recreation Office, 21 Highland Street

Senior Center Activities

1 Monday  2Tuesday 3 Wednesday 4 Thursday 5 Friday 6 Saturday
8:30 am Health clinic 8:30 am Walking Group 8:30 am Health clinic 9:30 AM Mah Jongg
9:30 AM Painting class
9:00 am open
9:30 cribbage
9:30 am Tai Chi
8:30 AM Wii Fitness
10:00 AM Bocce
9:30 am Pool 10:00 AM Bocce
12PM blue plate special 11:00 AM Senior Singers 10:00 AM Canasta
2:00 pm fitness
12 Ping Pong
10 AM Creative Writers
12:00 PM pitch  
  12 Pitch   1:00 PM Bridge  
    2 PM Fitmess    

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Monday  1

Tuesday 2

Wednesday 3

Thursday 4

Friday 5

Saturday 6

closed   Vote  Young Adult Book Club
Nov 03   6:30 PM  
Nov 03   7:00 PM  


Baby & Toddler Time
Nov 04 11:00 AM  

Southborough Library  website:  Click here

animals,birds,natureDec 2, 7:00 pm
Award-winning author and naturalist Sy Montgomery introduces us to fifteen birds with surprising personalities in her new book, Birdology.

Lecture and book signing at Drumlin Farm. Register now!

Brought to you by Sudbury Valley Trustees

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The Woodville Rod and Gun Club is having a Comedy Night on Saturday, November 6 starting at 6:00 p.m. There will be a meal and a show for $20.00. For more info call @508-435-4148 or visit the club on Rte 135 in Hopkinton.

Sports and Recreation

October 31, 2010 - JV Boys soccer vs. Westboro yesterday winning 1-0.