Removing invasive weeds at Salem pond postponed
Earlier this year, the Arlington Pond Protective Association agreed to pay for the town’s portion of a nearly $20,000 state grant, about 60 percent, for the clean up of the invasive aquatic species of European naiad and fanwort.
“I also spoke to a representative from the firm contracted to do the work and they are willing to stop,” said Hickey. “The Arlington Pond Protective Association has indicated that they will be willing to reimburse the town for any cost incurred by the company hired to do the work.”
Selectman Everett McBride asked if the pond association would take steps to educate the public if it were to receive the grant next year.
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