By Editor Beth David
Well, the boil water order is still in effect (see page 5). A trace amount of bacteria, not even e. Coli, showed up in a couple of samples, so the state won’t life the order. Alas… continue to boil or buy. Hopefully it will be lifted in a day or two.
Our Halloween Trail has 12 stops this year (see page 12). There are others, of course. Plenty of people are out there decorating and plotting to scare you if you dare to get too close.
Many of these places are ready to go. I have no idea if I’ll be able to get mine up and running. I put me on the list, but…the last few years have been tough. I’ll do my best to at least be decorated for the big night.
There are other Halloween happenings in here, all over the place. Don’t forget the the virtual Halloween Party at Fairhaven Town Hall on Friday (see page 3).
And, one of my very favorites: The NFIA Halloween Horribles Parade, on Friday (see page 3).
Fairhaven is also holding a hazardous waste day on Saturday, (see ad on page 6). It’s your chance to get rid of all that old anti-freeze and oil and other junk that you know you shouldn’t throw in the trash, but, don’t know where to get rid of it either.
And, as much as we have a TON of Halloween stuff in here, we also managed to squeeze in some meeting coverage: See page 16 for Acushnet Selectboard, page 4 for Marine Resources Committee, and page 10 for Frankie. Oops…Frankie’s not a town committee, but, hey…she’s read more than most of those anyway.
I hope you will take some time to enjoy the season. Get out there and do some scaring or get scared or do both. I hope to see you on Sunday at the parade down Main Street.
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Until next week then…
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