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CWO Stewart T. “Soup” Campbell Room Dedication

UPDATE:  We regret to announce that the Memorial Day Parade has been cancelled due to anticipated inclement weather.  However, there will be an indoor ceremony in the lower level here at Town Hall at 11AM and we hope you will consider attending. Included in this ceremony will be the dedication of the room in past Veterans Agent and Chief Warrant Officer, Stewart “Soup” Campbell’s honor.

We would like to wish all residents a safe and happy Memorial Day Weekend, and we hope to see you at Monday’s ceremony – Thank you. 

Please join us for the dedication of the CWO Stewart T. “Soup” Campbell Room in the lower level of the Maynard Town Hall On Monday, May 29th 2017 immediately following the Memorial Day Parade.

Chief Warrant Officer, Stewart “Soup” Campbell, passed away on January 12th 2010, at the age of 92. In honor of his 30 years of U.S. Army service and many more years as the Town of Maynard’s Veterans Service Officer, lower-level meeting room/Hall of Honor is being proudly dedicated in his name.

Any veteran of any conflict is welcome to join us in the march. The parade will step off at 11:00am from the Mill & Main Sudbury Street lot, proceeding down Main Street to the first halt at the Main Street Bridge to remember those who lost their lives at sea. The parade will continue down Main Street, turning left onto Summer Street, stopping for the main ceremony halt at Memorial Park. We will then reform and progress down Nason Street and right onto Main Street to the parade’s conclusion in the rear parking lot behind the Town Hall. The dedication will immediately follow.

 In case of inclement weather, a remembrance ceremony will be held in the lower level of Town Hall at 11:00am—the dedication will immediately follow.

Click here for more information on Veterans Services in Maynard.

Update: Mosquito Control Spraying

AERIAL APPLICATIONS TO CONTROL MOSQUITO LARVAE
(updated 18-Apr-2017)

The East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project will be conducting a helicopter application of the biological larvicide, Bti, to control mosquito larvae over large wetland areas in Maynard.  Wetlands currently being considered for this application are located near George Rd., Old Marlboro Rd. and Rockland Ave.  The application will be conducted between April 19 and April 27. The Bti will be applied in a granular formulation by a helicopter flying low directly over the wetlands.   Residents do not need to take any special precautions for this application.

The material to be applied Bti (Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis) is a natural bacterium found in soil. The EPA classifies Bti as a relatively non-toxic pesticide.  Bti is considered a target selective and environmentally compatible pesticide that affects mosquito larvae and a few closely related aquatic insects in the fly family.  Once applied Bti stays suspended in water for 24 to 48 hours and then biodegrades as it settles to the bottom. The product name of the Bti is VectoBac G (EPA Reg.  #73049-10).

For further information contact the East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project at 781-899-5730.

Dog License Renewal Reminder

The Town Clerk’s office reminds residents that Dog License Renewals are due by February 28, 2017.

  • Spayed or Neutered $10, intact $15- payment by cash or check.
  • A copy of a current rabies certificate must be submitted .
  • Mail payment and forms along with a S.A.S.E (self addressed stamped envelope) to Town Clerks office.

After 2/28 a $25 PER DOG late fee will incur.

For more information visit the Dog License and Dog Regulations pages.

*If you have already have sent in your forms and payment and have not yet received your tags this notice does NOT apply to you. You will be receiving you tags shortly. Thank you for your patience.

Storm Updates

After the storm, avoid parking in the street.  Stay off roads to allow plowing operations to proceed smoothly.  Help dig out fire hydrants and storm drains in your neighborhood.  Be aware of children playing in the streets, particularly climbing on or running out from behind large snowdrifts. Parents should remind their children to be aware of plowing operations and traffic.  Clear exhaust vents from Direct Vent Gas Furnace Systems to avoid carbon monoxide poisoning.  Use care around downed power lines. Assume a down wire is a live wire.  As always, be sure to check in frequently on neighbors, especially the elderly.