On the Agenda for January 15, 2018

On the Agenda features items on town committee and board meetings of interest to the Manomet, Pinehills and South Plymouth neighborhoods. REMINDER: TOWN HALL HAS MOVED. IT IS NOW LOCATED AT 26 COURT STREET. Tuesday, January 16
Conservation Commission, 6:30 p.m.at Town Hall

7:00 PM Scott and Christina Duncan Family Trust, 77 Manomet Avenue, Parcel ID 048-049-189-000. A Notice of Intent to construct an addition and porch to an existing single-family dwelling, in the buffer zone of a Coastal Bank. Continue Reading →

Plymouth police log and arrests for January 8 to January 10, 2018

January 8

7:18 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on Old Sandwich Road
10:16 a.m. Harassment on Long Pond Road
4:13 p.m. Suspicious activity on Bay Shore Drive
6:10 p.m. Unwanted guest at Pinehills Drive
Pinehills Drive man, 48, arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

January 9

12:13 p.m. Suspicious activity on Rocky Hill Road
5:07 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Merchants Row

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Pilgrim Station back on line

Pilgrim Station reconnected to the grid on Wednesday, January 10 at 6:23 p.m., restoring generation after last week’s winter storm damaged an offsite transmission line owned by Eversource, according to a statement released by the company. Station operators  shut down Pilgrim on January 4 following the loss of one of the two offsite 345-kilovolt Eversource-owned transmission lines to which the plant feeds its power.  The line fault occurred approximately 25 miles away from Pilgrim Station. As a conservative measure, per Pilgrim procedure, when one  line is lost during a storm, operators manually shut down the reactor, according to the statement. Continue Reading →

Teja Andrews shoots her way to PSHS Athlete of the Week honors

Teja Andrews was named the Plymouth South High School Female Athlete of the Week after leading the Panthers in scoring in a tight game with Quincy with 12 points, and was
second for the team in the win against Weymouth with nine points.   During both games she was an integral part of defending the opponents
top players, and limiting their scoring. Continue Reading →

BOSTON GLOBE: Plymouth nuclear plant remains closed after last week’s storm

Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station remained shut down Tuesday after power lines that connect the plant to the region’s electric grid failed during last week’s winter storm. Officials at Entergy Corp., a Louisiana-based company that owns the 46-year-old nuclear plant, declined to say when Pilgrim would resume producing power. Read more at the Boston Globe. Continue Reading →

WICKED LOCAL: Six Ponds residents wary of Plymouth’s proposed municipal wells

Last February the DPW pulled the curtain back on a $34 million plan to expand the town’s municipal water system by, among other actions, installing municipal wells at the Forges Field recreation area and the so-called “200-acre” property that lies between Clark Road and Plymouth South High School. Read more at Wicked Local. Continue Reading →

Plymouth police log and arrests for January 5 to January 7, 2018

January 5

9:09 a.m. Motor vehicle accident on Long Pond Road
9:40 a.m. Suspicous activity on State Road
1:03 p.m. Threats on Hilltop Avenue
2:41 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Arnold Avenue
4:26 p.m. Larceny on Rocky Hill Road
7:16 p.m. Suspicous activity on Provincetown View Road

January 6

2:25 p.m. Motor vehicle accident on Long Pond Road
6:24 p.m. Suspicous activity on State Road

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