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Two proposed open space acquisitions totaling 15 acres and offering diverse wildlife — bobcat, fox and deer, owls and woodpeckers, as well as views from a 700-foot ridgeline and access to wetlands and a pond — will come before voters for approval.
The two parcels — 14 acres on Bear Mountain Road and a one-acre parcel off Craigmoor Road near Lake Mamanasco — would be purchased without any use of town tax dollars. The $150,000 needed for the two acquisitions would come from the Conservation Commission’s Open Space Fund, and from grants — including a $10,000 grant from the Thrift Shop.