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Kindly advise if you still have the Bose radio available? If so, lmk how old is it and does the CD player work well?

Thank you

Surendra


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Today's Topics:

  1. Random items for free (Alice Waugh)
  2. Tutor Available (Greer Harnden)
  3. Kids 130 XC Package - $100 (Nick Maynard)
  4. Free Toddler Sled (Nick Maynard)
  5. WATER LEAKS: How to get help (RAandBOB)
  6. Re: Free: ~7 ft tall shoes shelf (Steve Hirsch)
  7. seeking advice regarding donations to cat shelters (Steve Hirsch)
  8. Taken Free graco sweet slumber baby sound sleep machine night
      light. (Staples Kids)
  9. SOLD: Wilson Pro Special Baseball Glove, Signed Dave Cash
      (Jim Wojno)
  10. Bose Wave Music System for Sale: $60 (Yonca Heyse)
  11. FREE roll of paper (Victoria Benalfew)
  12. Re: seeking advice regarding donations to cat shelters
      (Daniela Caride)
  13. PL Political: The Legislature passes a dramatic climate bill.
      Next step: the Governor must sign it (ROY HARVEY)
  14. Found: Glasses on Tower Road (Greg H.)
  15. sandy pond road surface (Stephanie Smoot)
  16. Fwd: Special School Committee Meeting Tuesday 7pm (Susan Taylor)
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See photos to get a better idea. Please email me privately nd let me know which item(s) you're interested in.

Alice Waugh

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1. Refrigerator rack that holds 12 beverage cans and dispenses them one at a time

2. Wicker basket to hold stuff needing to go upstairs

3. Hanging clothes storage thingie, unopened

4. Various chemicals for your fish tank




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Hi all!
My name is Greer, I am 19 and am halfway through my sophomore year at Colorado College, where I am an education major! I am looking to work part-time (a few hours a week) doing tutoring over zoom. 
I grew up taking care of my three younger siblings, as well as doing some babysitting around town, which I also did this summer. I would have been a camp counselor this year at a sleep away camp in Maine, where I have been a camper and a counselor in training. Last year, I volunteered at a preschool in Concord. And at college, I mentor 6-8th grade boys and would have been a tutor (like I was in high school) if we hadn’t been sent home early- I hope to do that next year. 
Ideally, I would work around 4 hours per week in January, and then my schedule changes and is more flexible. I would love to help with younger kids but I’m comfortable with any ages and subjects before high school.
If you are interested, please email or text! My email is [hidden email] and my phone number is 781-879-9611.
Thanks so much,
Greer Harnden
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LL Bean/Rossignol Evo 130cm w size 33 boots, NNN bindings. 

Used a couple of times. 

The current model of this package is $169.

$100 or BO

Nick

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Free - see photo

Nick
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Nick Maynard, AIA
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160 Lincoln Road | Box 457, Lincoln, MA 01773
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The Water Department has a system in place to serve you if you have need for immediate help. We do not have enough staff to personally answer the phone 24 hours a day, but we do have personnel who are assigned to be "on call". If you have a leaking water meter or some other water leak that needs immediate attention, do not hesitate to call the water department at 781-259-2669 and select choice #1, Emergency. This will allow you to contact the "on call" person who can arrange for quick resolution of your problem.
Ruth Ann Hendrickson
for the Water Commissioners
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The shelf has been claimed. 
-Steve


On Saturday, January 2, 2021, 06:56:58 PM EST, Steve Hirsch via Lincoln <[hidden email]> wrote:


We pried this ~7 ft tall shoe shelf from a closet wall that we're redo'ing. Plywood.

Free to whoever wants to come take it. Shoes not included. :D

Call or text if interested? 781-801-6265

Thanks!
Steve

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Hi Lincoln,

Just wondering if anyone on-list is knowledgeable, or could connect me with someone who is knowledgeable, about what kinds of items cat shelters accept for donation?

We've been decluttering over the past few weeks and discovered some old cat supplies that have not been in use for a long time, and we're wondering if a shelter could use them.

Thanks!
Steve & Wendy
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SOLD! Wilson Pro Special Baseball Glove, Signed Dave Cash - $25

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Jim Wojno




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Hello Lincoln - 

We have a perfectly functional Bose Wave music system  that we are no longer using. It has a CD player and and radio. First come, first serve at $60. Picture attached. 

Yonca (Sweet Bay Ln)


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Hello everyone

I have a huge roll of paper to give - the kind that you can let kids scribble or paint on to their heart's content, but could also fit into a holder. 

Contactless pickup. 

Victoria
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"Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek."
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Different shelters used to accept different things. But, for instance, MSPCA Boston and Buddy Dog in Sudbury used to accept pretty much anything because they pass on to other orgs whatever they couldn't use. With COVID, things might have changed.

Before, they'd accept food expired up to 6 months, used items (but please discard items that have been previously peed by a cat - there's no way they can wash it, and even washed, other cats would come and mark it again)

Food, cat trees, carriers, toys, anything used to go. Now, you might be better off checking with the shelter of your choice.


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On Mon, Jan 4, 2021 at 8:52 AM Steve Hirsch via Lincoln <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi Lincoln,

Just wondering if anyone on-list is knowledgeable, or could connect me with someone who is knowledgeable, about what kinds of items cat shelters accept for donation?

We've been decluttering over the past few weeks and discovered some old cat supplies that have not been in use for a long time, and we're wondering if a shelter could use them.

Thanks!
Steve & Wendy
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Folks interested in climate change (including skiing in Lincoln),
 
Four months after the Massachusetts House and Senate passed their separate climate bills, the House/Senate conference committee has resolved the differences between them and the merged bill has been sent to the governor.  This bill has many provisions to slow climate change, starting with a mandate to reach zero net greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 (per the Paris agreement).  To achieve this mandate, the bill includes support for heat pumps, electric vehicles, solar and offshore wind, re-training of fossil fuel industry workers, and much more.  Our Senator Barrett posted a readable but through summary of the bill on the first page of his website,
 
 
Senator Barrett has asked his constituents to write Governor Baker, who expressed doubts about some of the items in the bill.  You can email the governor at:
 
 
As Senator Barrett explains in his message below, it's vital to contact Governor Baker's office today.
 
Thanks!
 
Roy Harvey
Stonehedge Rd
 
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From: "State Sen. Mike Barrett" <[hidden email]>
Subject: Today the Legislature passes a dramatic climate bill. But I'm worried about the Governor.
Date: January 4, 2021 at 9:16:41 AM EST
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Be in touch
Massachusetts 
State House
Suite 109-D
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Phone: 617-722-1572
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Dear Friend,

Today the Mass. Legislature is poised to approve, in overwhelming fashion, a dramatic revision of our state climate laws.  
 
An Act Creating a Next-Generation Roadmap for Massachusetts Climate Policy (S.2995) is the strongest effort of its kind in the country.  

The bill is the product of negotiations between the Senate and the House. I led the Senate team. Tom Golden of Lowell headed the House team.
 
Unfortunately, judging from what I heard at a hearing last week, the Governor may want to weaken it or veto it outright.  The 2019-2020 Legislature is technically still in session, but only until tomorrow, Tuesday, at midnight.  So if Charlie Baker wants to kill a landmark climate bill, he can do so without a Legislature around to reverse him.

I need your help.  To urge the Governor to sign S.2995, the new climate bill, please email https://www.mass.gov/forms/email-the-gove rnors-office
 
As for what the bill contains, here is our statement (apologies for the length):
 
This bill is a climate toolkit, assembled over the course of months, to protect our residents, and the beautiful place we call home, from the worsening of an existential crisis.  Its particulars owe much to the advocacy of thousands of citizen activists in Massachusetts.  To these activists, we say thank you.  We heard you.
 
The NextGen Roadmap bill will step up the pace of our collective effort to slow climate change.  This is the strongest effort of its kind in the country. 
 
The tools we've selected integrate seamlessly with the state's Global Warming Solutions Act, which receives its first major update since its enactment in 2008.  One significant change: We give the force and durability of law to a greenhouse gas limit for 2050 of "net zero" emissions.  
 
Three other changes: We set statewide emissions limits every five years instead of every ten, require a "comprehensive, clear, and specific" plan for reaching each limit, and commission regular reports on what each plan is actually accomplishing.
 
To accelerate the switch to green electricity, we double down on offshore wind, remove roadblocks standing in the way of solar for low-income populations and businesses, ratchet up the renewable portfolio standard, revive the Commonwealth's foundering effort to lead the nation in clean and innovative R & D; promote equity in developing the clean energy workforce; and require municipal lighting plants to achieve a "net zero" electricity portfolio by 2050.
 
We codify environmental justice, to provide new tools and protections for affected neighborhoods, and to make sure we have a future that is job-positive for everyone in Massachusetts.  
 
Some tools go to the state, some to the private sector, and some to cities and towns.  The projects and buildings municipalities approve for construction this year will still be up and going strong in 2050, when the entire economy of Massachusetts, in all its aspects, must put out "net zero" emissions.  So we give the force of law to the creation of a "net zero stretch energy code," with flexibility for communities to opt in when they're ready.
 
Other tools are for agencies and public-private partnerships that have had to operate without recent guidance from the Legislature on how we want them to revamp their missions. 
 
We direct the Department of Public Utilities, regulator of our natural gas and electric power companies, to give equal weight to greenhouse gas reductions and system safety alongside the traditional -- and imperative -- attention to affordability and stability of supply.
 
We refocus the popular MassSave energy efficiency program, to ensure that the improvements made are ones that contribute more measurably to curbing the greenhouse gases that threaten us all.
 
We strengthen the gas safety laws of the Commonwealth and increase fines for violations.
 
We set Massachusetts appliance efficiency standards according to California precedents and future federal standards.
 
Reducing emissions to net zero is the contribution Massachusetts must make to the nation's, and the world's, larger climate effort.  No question, doing our part is a big lift.  With the tools the Legislature brings together here, we can construct the response we need and provide a blueprint to other states.
 
The toolkit approach is not a vision statement.  It is not abstract or general.  It is detailed.  It is concerned with the practical.  It focuses relentlessly on the work of reducing greenhouse gases, creating jobs, and protecting the vulnerable.  It's about the "how'" of it, as in "Here's how we get this done, one step at a time, starting now."

Wishing everyone a happy, healthy, and optimistic
2021.  Getting this bill signed would be a great start.
 
Best,
 
Senator Mike Barrett
 
 
 
Office of State Senator Mike Barrett, Mass. State House, Suite 109,  Boston, MA 02133
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Found yesterday: Pair of glasses in leather case on road at ~150 Tower Road. I set them on the mailbox post at 153 Tower Rd.
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Hi, general question: what is the reddish section of sandy pond surfaced with?  Is it Rowes quarry stone? 
Regards, 
Stephanie Smoot

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781 941-6842  personal cell
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Lincoln, MA 01773


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The Lincoln School Committee appreciates the detailed, thorough processes that have been followed by the district in dealing with the corona virus.  The health and safety protocols including mask wearing, physical distancing, personal hygiene and facilities cleaning have been critical in limiting the spread of the virus in school.  The time and effort needed to identify and connect with close contacts and the decisions to move individuals or cohorts of students into remote learning have been timely and exceed DPH/WHO standards.  
In light of the continued rise in positive corona virus cases on the national, state, and local level, the Lincoln School Committee and District Administration will be calling a Special School Committee Meeting on Tuesday, January 5th at 7pm to discuss the current situation.  We will review the COVID-19 District Dashboard and current cases impacting the schools and discuss the parameters associated with in-person vs. remote learning models.
The main questions for discussion include:
  • Should we consider a period of remote learning?
  • Does the local/state-level data support this action?
  • What would the school/district/local-level data criteria be for changing learning models?
  • If the district were to move to fully remote, what would be the criteria for returning to in-person learning?
  • Are there specific milestones or checkpoints we should set in the future?
  • Are there any other mitigating protocols that we could consider?
To see the full Agenda click here.  The meeting will include representatives from the district and community who have been very involved in navigating the situation including the district Health and Safety Group, the Town Nurse, the Lincoln Educators Association Co-Presidents, and other district and town representatives.  
The meeting will be conducted in a Webinar format where community members can follow along in the conversation and contribute questions or comments via the Q&A feature.  Please use the link below to view the meeting, it will not be live-streamed, however it will be recorded.  Anyone interested in participating in the Public Comment section of the meeting, please email [hidden email] prior to Tuesday at 5pm to be forwarded the participant information.  
You are invited to a Zoom webinar.
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