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Hopkinton 3, Medway 1

November 11, 2009 — A hard playing Hopkinton team topped Medway 3-1 at Hopkinton High School this evening. Their cheering section, below, serenaded them with popular tunes and their own catch phrases.

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Veterans Day 2009

November 11, 2009 — Above, from left, Veteran and former Fire Chief Rick MacMillan and veteran Ray Fair Sr. listen to the proceedings in Town Hall on Veterans Day. Below, Veterans and attendees recite the Pledge of Allegiance shortly after the beginning of the proceeding, which traditionally starts at 11:00 am on the eleventh day of the eleventh month.

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Hopefully, we'll have a movie of the event tomorrow.

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Dueling Cranes

November 11, 2009 — The area near Angel's Garden Center was the site of two cranes working this morning as the water tank had its painting winch device removed from its roof, and Angel's had Dan Desilets of Lakeside Tree, kneeling front and center, remove a large tree from their property with the other crane.


Friday and Saturday, November 13 & 14  at 8:00 pm

Enter Stage Left 

30 Main Street Studio

Directed by Paul Champlin
A jury of twelve men is forced to reconsider its nearly unanimous
 decision in a homicide case by the single dissenter who sows
a seed of reasonable doubt.
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$15 Adults / $12 Seniors & Students. Don't miss out on this powerful drama.       

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Selectmen Vote to Approve New Land Use Department


by Heather Kelley

November 11, 2009 —

Selectman Michelle Gates voiced the sole “no” vote last night against the new Department of Land Use, Planning and Permitting, the restructuring brainchild intended to save money and create efficiencies in the town departments that deal with aspects of land. The remaining three selectmen in attendance voted yes to the reorganization that is scheduled to save the Town $50,000 in FY 2010, and $80,000–$100,000 in FY 2011, savings that are coming at the expense of jobs as the only items being cut, according to Town Manager Norman Khumalo, are salaries and benefits.


“I believe that it makes all the sense in the world to go down this path,” said Chairman Brian Herr. “I’m a big fan of this.”


“I have reservations,” countered Gates. “I have a fear of excessive growth with head count,” referring to the possibility of needing to bring back some of the person-hours that this reorganization would cut.


Laura Barry, Library Trustee and Co-Chair of the Library Building Committee, presented to the Board the Library’s Building Plan. “It is a wonderful, tremendous opportunity that we have before us,” said Barry, explaining that the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners is seeking applications for grant money that would pay for up to 50% of the costs of either refurbishing or building a new library. The town would pay for up to 25% of the costs, with the remainder coming from fundraising efforts.


Marjorie Judd, Library Consultant, shared the findings of her 2008 study of the current library. The main faults she cited were a lack of sufficient places to park, the lack of a real office in which to meet with the Library Director, Rownak Hussain (“she has a desk behind some bookcases”), an inaccessible children’s room, and insufficient shelf space for the collection. Judd used a series of focus groups and surveys to assist her in creating the current building proposal for a “cultural meeting place,” which would include 66 parking spots for a 26,000 square foot building housing community rooms and significantly more space for programs, reading, and shelving. Selectman Todd Cestari remarked that “for every dollar that we put in, we get three dollars back.” Chairman Brian Herr concurred with Barry that the appropriate next step is for the Library Building Committee to meet with the Town Manager to move the grant application forward.


Michael DiMascio, Chairman of the ADA Oversight Committee, reported on the progress the Town is making on becoming accessibility compliant. The Town must not only comply with the Americans with Disability Act of 1992, but also with State accessibility regulations first issued, according to DiMascio, by the Massachusetts Architectural Access Board in the 1970s. While DiMascio lauded recent accessibility achievements such as the new, accessible, high school stadium bleachers and the updates to many school playgrounds, he also pointed out the many places where the Town falls short. He cited the town beach at Sandy Beach, EMC Park, and the Middle School stage, among others, as locations that are in need of accessibility updates. “As we’re building new things, such as the fields at Fruit Street, let’s do them right,” urged Selectman Matt Zettek.


John Mosher, Chairman of the Sustainable Green Committee, updated the Board as to the recent work of the Committee, including collaborating with NSTAR and Grove Solar to produce a future Green Forum for citizens, which would afford residents the opportunity “to learn about and understand energy related programs and rebates.” A Sustainability Summit is also in the works. The Committee is endeavoring to establish relationships with those in charge of sustainability initiatives at area businesses such as EMC, for information sharing and mutual assistance. Finally, the Committee is working in conjunction with the Town Manager to hire a consultant to assist with the Town’s green efforts, a position paid for by the State.


Mary McLeod, Outreach Worker at the Senior Center, explained SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (formerly known as food stamps). All residents, not just seniors, may contact her at the Senior Center for more information about the program, as well as assistance with the application process. Fuel assistance information is also available through her office.


Finally, the Board encouraged attendance at the Veterans’ Day ceremonies to be held at Town Hall on Wednesday, November 11, from 10:30 am until noon. In addition, a complimentary dinner for Hopkinton veterans will be offered tomorrow evening at the Senior Center, with doors opening at 5:30.

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Senior Moments

And the Bee Goes On...

Marilyn and Billy Hayward showing Barbara and Dave Dobson some of the items from Marilyn's business, "The Studio for Glass."

Nancy L. Drawe



November 11, 2009 — This was a pretty “beezy” week—a week of “bees” and crafts!   First came the “bees” this past Friday night at the Hopkins School at the 3rd annual Spelling Bee.  For the past three years, the Senior Center has been represented by Team ‘B.C.—Before Computers’.  The three members this year were Barbara Wirzburger, back for her third year, Dave Dobson--his second, and this was Catherine Love’s first year.  It was a great evening, all kinds of fun—strange words flying about, weird pronunciations, Jeopardy music playing and lots of laughter and camaraderie!  You wouldn’t believe the words that these people had to spell.  Now, I consider myself to be pretty good in the spelling department, but I have to admit that I had never heard of some of the words that were tossed out.    Eudemonic or was it Eudemon?  I don’t even know what it is, so how would I know how to spell it?   How about Jacamar?  I never heard of that word before, either.   It really didn’t matter—the main objective of the Spelling Bee is to raise money for the HPTA and above all, to have fun!   Team B.C. was awesome—they almost made it to the finals!   When you see the three members up at the Senior Center, give them a cheer for the amazing job they did! 


The next day, Saturday, November 7, was also a third year for something—the 3rd annual Craft Fair at the Senior Center, hosted by the Friends of the Seniors.  It’s a wonderful fundraiser; the vendors pay a booth fee and that all goes toward the transportation and nutrition programs as well as functions and events that are not covered under the Council on Aging budget.  It’s an event many people look forward to because there’s handmade crafts of all kinds, from jewelry and stained glass to Christmas items and handmade clothing.    If anyone had a sweet tooth, they they just knew there’d be all kinds of special treats at the Bake Sale table.  You wouldn’t believe how many treats that were brought in, all donated by Hopkinton’s best little bakers! THEN….there’s the great lunch that’s available for only $4—the very much loved hot turkey sandwiches!  It’s a nice “little” day all around—to do a little Christmas shopping, have a little bite to eat and chat a little with all the talented vendors!  Next up on the list is the annual Christmas Sale, which will be combined with the Jewelry Sale this year.  The date for that is Friday, November 20th from 4 pm-7 pm and Saturday, November 21 from 9 am until 2 pm.   Don’t forget to mark your calendars! 

Underage Party Ties Up Police

Partygoers flee into woods

November 10, 2009 — Hopkinton Police resources were tied up for a considerable amount of time after they came upon what one officer described as underage drinking. Eight or so of the partygoers fled into the woods behind 1 Wilson Street, dodging police by running behind homes on that street as well as East Main Street. One came out of the woods with abrasions, and the police asked for an ambulance to evaluate the youth. Neighbors saw the youths and heard them breaking brush, as they bushwhacked through unfamiliar territory, and notified police, who went from house to house to attempt capture those fleeing and protect the nearby residents.

     The automobiles of those who fled were towed from the scene at a cost to the drivers, and one had a "hold" put on it. Many had parents pick them up, and still others called for an "escape vehicle," one that would take them from the neighborhood by stealthy means. Those who did make themselves known were released by police to their parents.

State Police Partners with Marine Corps


November 10, 2009 — Today marks the United States Marine Corps’ birthday, which, appropriately, also signifies the beginning of the annual “Toys for Tots” season. The 2009 “Toys for Tots” season marks the 25th year that the Massachusetts State Police Department has partnered with the Marine Corps for the administration of this program in Massachusetts.

      People wishing to donate new, non-violent, unwrapped toys for boys and girls ranging in age from newborn to 18 years may drop the toys off at any Massachusetts State Police barracks. Donors may also choose to send monetary donations. Monetary donations must be sent to: Massachusetts State Police, “Toys for Tots” Coordinator, 124 Acton Street, Maynard MA 01754.  All checks shall be made out to “Toys for Tots.”

      Last year, the Massachusetts State Police collected approximately 57,000 toys and raised more than $8,000, which were provided to area charities. Once again, difficult economic conditions leave many families in need of assistance this holiday season.

 The Massachusetts State Police are grateful to the public and the media for their support of the “Toys for Tots” program over the last quarter century, and offer thanks in advance for continued support this year.

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Cruiser of the Future

November 10, 2009 — Carbon Motors Corporation shows a car they have built, essentially, a concept car specially designed for law enforcement at Massachusetts State Police Headquarters in Framingham.
Some of the features of the prototype car, according to the company, include the following:

300 horsepower, 420 lb-ft of torque clean turbodiesel engine
Vehicle life durability specification of 250,000 miles
Ergonomically designed cockpit, built with duty gear and the job in mind
On board sensors to detect radiation, chemical and biological threats
360° exterior surveillance audio and video capability
180° interior rear compartment audio and video capability
Available automatic license plate recognition system
Optional integrated ballistic protection

WMD detection

Can scan 1,600 license plates per minute

See the car driven, as  well as an explanation of its capabilities, below.


Where's the Saddle?

November 10, 2009 — Dawn Gillis holds four year-old great Dane, Dallas, while Campbell Caty, 2, moves in to pat him, Downtown today.

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Defendant also Convicted of Setting Fire to Two Additional Structures in Western Massachusetts


BOSTON – A Worcester Superior Court jury returned guilty verdicts yesterday in the trial of a second Clinton man involved in setting fires to a historical landmark in Sterling, a barn in Holden, an abandoned paper factory in Erving (File photo/Google), and at a railroad bungalow in Florida, MA.  John Rousseau, age 30, was found guilty of Burning a Building (4 counts), Breaking & Entering in the Nighttime with Intent to Commit a Felony, Malicious Destruction of Property over $250 and Malicious Injury to a Railroad. 

           Rousseau’s co-defendant, Michael Dreslinksi, age 30, also of Clinton, was convicted by a Worcester Superior Court jury on October 20, 2009, in connection with his role in setting fires to the same buildings.  Dreslinski was found guilty on the charges of Burning a Building (4 counts), Breaking & Entering in the Nighttime with Intent to Commit a Felony, Malicious Destruction of Property over $250 and Malicious Injury to a Railroad. 

Both defendants will be sentenced on November 23, 2009, in Worcester Superior Court by Judge John S. McCann at 10:00 a.m.  

             According to authorities, on the night of July 29, 2007, Rousseau and Dreslinski drove to the Eastern entrance of the Hoosac tunnel in Florida, Massachusetts and broke into the radio bungalow shed of Boston & Maine Railroad.  Once inside they vandalized the bungalow, destroying equipment and shutting off communication with the trains inside the tunnel.  Before leaving, they set fire to the bungalow.  Hours later, the two men went to the mill buildings which formerly housed the Usher Paper Plant in downtown Erving in Franklin County and set the vacant mill on fire. 

In the early morning hours of August 12, 2007, Rousseau and Dreslinski drove to the historic home of Mary Elizabeth Sawyer, author of the fabled nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” located at 108 Maple Street in Sterling, Massachusetts, and set the vacant building on fire.  The next day, on the morning of August 13, 2007, Rousseau and Dreslinski drove to Holden, Massachusetts and set fire to a barn located at 106 Bond Road.  Investigations conducted by the State Police Fire and Explosion Investigation Unit determined each fire to be deliberately and intentionally set, acts of arson.

             On August 19, 2007, at approximately 12:30 p.m., following an in-depth investigation, State Police assigned to the Attorney General’s Office with assistance from State Police assigned to the Fire and Explosion Unit and officers from the Clinton Police Department arrested Rousseau and Dreslinski in Lancaster without incident.  The men were arraigned the next day in Orange District Court, at which time they entered a plea of not guilty and were ordered held without bail. 

On October 23, 2007, a Franklin Superior Court Grand Jury returned indictments against Rousseau and Dreslinski.  On November 14, 2007, Rousseau and Dreslinski were arraigned in Franklin Superior Court in connection with the fires in Florida and Erving, at which time they entered pleas of not guilty and were ordered held without bail.

            A Worcester Superior Court Grand Jury returned indictments against Rousseau and Dreslinski on December 21, 2007.  On February 19, 2008, Rousseau and Dreslinski were arraigned in Worcester Superior Court, where they entered pleas of not guilty and were ordered held without bail.

The Worcester and Franklin county cases were combined for trial purposes.  Rousseau’s trial began on October 29, 2009, and lasted four days. The jury deliberated for approximately four hours before returning guilty verdicts yesterday. 

            This case was prosecuted by Assistant Attorneys General Eileen O’Brien, Senior Trial Counsel in the Attorney General’s Criminal Bureau and Matthew Shea, also of Attorney General Coakley’s Criminal Bureau.  It was investigated by the Attorney General’s Office with assistance from the State’s Fire and Explosion Unit, the Commonwealth Fusion Center and police departments in the towns of Clinton, Sterling, Rutland and Holden, Erving and Boston & Maine Railways.

Elders Need Help Shoveling and Cleaning Cars


We often tell ourselves we’d love to do something worthwhile for others, if only we knew what it was or if only we knew there was a need. Well, there’s an opportunity to help right here in Hopkinton during the winter months.


For some of our senior citizens living at the Hopkinton Housing Authority (subsidized housing for the elderly located on Davis Road, behind the Police Station), these are especially tough months. Many elderly residents have cars and rely on them to get out and about and wish to keep their cars on the road for as long as is safely possible. The parking at the Housing Authority is ample enough, it’s just that the parking spots are not covered. So, when a snowstorm is over and the road and walkways have been cleared, residents are required to clean off their vehicle and move it to a designated spot on the Housing Authority grounds so the parking areas can be plowed. Many of these residents do not have family in the area on whom they can call to perform this very exhausting task, especially if they’re in their 70’s or 80’s. It would be wonderful if we could have a name (family or individual) and tele number to give to each resident who needs assistance with cleaning off their vehicle to call upon to see if someone can come to give them a hand with this task. For a younger person, this might take 15 minutes to half an hour, depending on the size of the storm. For an elderly person, it might take 45 minutes or longer if they need to stop frequently for rests.


So, here’s your opportunity, fellow Hopkinton residents. Please contact me if you’d like to be one of the volunteers who can “do a good deed” right here in town this winter by helping our elderly residents at the Hopkinton Housing Authority in this manner. Believe me, they will be most appreciative. And here's a belated thanks to all those who volunteered last winter. Their information was lost in a computer crash. We will coordinate this effort and assign volunteers to a particular elder in need. Consider this the gift that keeps on giving!

~ Hopkinton Housing Authhority Board of Commissioners


Contact: Donna McGuire at 508-435-5542 or

If you cannot commit to an individual resident, perhaps you can help by driving to the HHA after a snowstorm to help clean off cars or shovel behind a vehicle so elderly residents can move their cars. Thank you!

Hopkinton 3, Marlborough 1

November 9, 2009 — Maggie Grabmeier sends this one back into the Marlborough court this evening in the Quarterfinal competition.

    Catch a little of the action, as well as the boisterous fans, in the video below.


Home, Sweet Home

November 9, 2009 — This hen was okay until she saw the camera and got a little skittish today at her home on Pond Street.

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November 9, 2009  — If it hadn't been for the photographer, this mallard duck couple would have had nearly the entire lake Whitehall State Park to themselves.

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Two Fatal Accidents This Afternoon

Fatal Crash on Route 495 North in Littleton 


On Monday, November 09, 2009 at approximately 2:45 p.m., Troopers assigned to the State Police Barracks in Concord responded to a single-vehicle crash on Route 495 North in the vicinity of exit 31 in Littleton, which resulted in one fatality.

Preliminary investigation by Trooper Russell Phippen indicates that 25-year-old William A. Pfeil of Andover, was operating a 2009 Kia Rio on Route 495 North in the break down lane when the vehicle lost control, struck a message board located on the right shoulder of the roadway, and  rolled over before striking the guardrail adjacent to the break down lane. Pfeil, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected and suffered serious injuries. He was transported by medical helicopter to Brigham and Woman’s Hospital in Boston where he succumbed to his injuries.


Fatal Crash on Route 495 North in Foxboro


On November 9, 2009, at approximately 3:30 p.m., Troopers assigned to the State Police Barracks in Foxboro responded to a single- vehicle crash in the median on Route 495 North in the Town of Foxboro. The crash resulted in one fatality, and one serious injury.


Preliminary investigation by Trooper Mark Hannon indicates that 75 year-old Dominick Sheehan from Hamden, Connecticut was operating a 2007 Toyota Avalon on Route 495 North prior to exit 14B in Foxboro, when his vehicle lost control and rolled over fatally injuring the passenger.  The passenger was identified as a 69 year-old Mary Sheehan from Hamden Connecticut, who was seriously injured and pronounced deceased at the scene. The operator was seriously injured and transported to Rhode Island Hospital.

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Hopkinton-Ashland Pop Warner E Team has strong showing 

in the 2009 Boston Baby Bowl


The local Pop Warner team took on 26 of the best E Teams in Eastern Massachusetts on Sunday at the Boston Baby Bowl Jamboree held downtown in Roxbury Crossing  The Hopkinton/Ashland Mites Team, comprised of 7,8 and 9 year olds, won their first 2 games over Mattapan and Reading.   They fell to East Lynn 6-0 in a hard fought semifinal contest.   The boys had a wonderful experience while enjoying a great day of football with sunny weather and temperatures in the 60's. 



Mark R. DeWaele Completes Basic Training



Pvt Mark R. DeWaele, US Army, Hopkinton Class of 2009, has just completed his basic training and advanced infantry training, and will be shipping out to Germany after a 30 day leave with his folks, Matt and Julie DeWaele.


In March 2010 Mark will join our brave soldiers in Afghanistan.


Milford Woman Charged with Motor Vehicular Homicide as a Result of Milford Crash

(Milford, MA.) November 9, 2009 — As a result of an investigation into the crash that occurred on September 12, 2009 at the intersection of South Main Street and Fruit Street and the subsequent death of Richard Grossi, 55 years of Milford, MA, on October 21, 2009, the Milford Police Department has charged Maria Leite, 40 years of age, of 19 Mt. Pleasant St. Milford, MA with Motor Vehicle Homicide by Negligent Operation. The investigation was conducted cooperatively by the Milford Police Department, The Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council Reconstruction Unit and The Office of Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early.


Ms. Leite was served with the complaint on Friday, October 6, 2009 and the criminal charges were filed in Milford District Court today, Monday November 9, 2009


At the time of the crash Ms. Leite was cited by the Milford Police Department for Unlicensed Operation and Failure to Stop for a Stop Sign. Additionally, her husband, Manuel Leite was cited for Allowing an Unlicensed Operator to operate the vehicle.


Thomas J. O’Loughlin
Chief of Police
Town of Milford, MA

Join Senator Karen E. Spilka in Welcoming ‘The Wall’


A special photo exhibit by The Consulate General of the
Federal Republic of Germany, Boston



 Celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall


November 9-13, 2009: Photo Exhibit in Doric Hall, State House, Boston


Reception to be held in Nurses Hall, State House

Tuesday, November 10, 2009 11:00 am


November 9, 2009 marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall. It will be a time to reflect on what this historic event means for freedom and democracy everywhere. As such, I am honored to be hosting The Wall, a photo exhibit by The Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, Boston, in Doric Hall at the Massachusetts State House in Boston from Monday, November 9 until Friday, November 13, 2009.

Police News UP-TO-DATE  November 9, 2009

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9:22 am A walk-in spoke with Officer Patrick O'Brien regarding receiving a letter and check that looked like a scam...


12:00 pm A business owner reported that he believed one of his employees stole an $8,000 piece of equipment...


12:27 pm A caller reported that a vehicle was traveling at an extremely high rate of speed on Elm Street while children were trying to cross the road...


6:06 pm There were several 911 calls reporting a fight in progress on Cedar Street...

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EMC Drives More Efficiency Around New Microsoft Platforms


HOPKINTON, Mass., Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) , the world leader in information infrastructure solutions, today announced expanded product, engineering support and consulting services for Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 and Windows 7 -- providing customers with greater control, increased efficiency and the ability to react to critical business needs faster. The new offerings demonstrate EMC's continued commitment to helping mutual customers optimize Microsoft environments spanning the desktop running Windows 7 to virtualized data centers running Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V, and across key business critical applications, such as Exchange 2010.

Expanded Integrated Engineering support for Windows Server 2008 R2 with Hyper-V

EMC offers a recognized storage platform of choice for virtualized environments. To enable customers to simplify the deployment and management of virtualized Microsoft environments, EMC is expanding its engineering focus on Windows Server 2008 R2. EMC will extend its current Microsoft Research & Development Center presence with incremental engineering resources that focus on driving value, adding integration between EMC® storage technologies and Microsoft virtualization capabilities. This investment is in addition to the established resources that EMC has already delivered within its EMC Proven Solutions(TM) Labs, Partner engineering resources and E-Lab (TM) certification programs.

Continued Storage Leadership in the Microsoft Certification and Support for Windows Server 2008 R2

EMC continues to be a leader in breadth and depth of Windows Server Catalog solutions, the only industry standard that designates technical compliance with specific functions of Windows Server computing. By deploying EMC information infrastructure technologies that have been tested and validated to comply with Microsoft technical requirements, customers make their IT organization strategic by gaining more control over IT risk and increasing efficiency with enhanced compatibility, reliability, and security. EMC® Symmetrix® V-Max(TM) systems, EMC Symmetrix DMX systems, EMC CLARiiON® networked storage systems and EMC Celerra® unified storage system - all support Windows Server 2008 R2 with more EMC technologies to follow. EMC Proven Solutions provide reference architectures that are tested and validated on Hyper-V - more testing will be completed in 2010.

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Real Estate Transactions for Hopkinton, Massachusetts

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Compiled by Eric Montville for

Transactions ending November 9, 2009






6 Nazneen Circle Balpreet S. Bhamra


Nov.  06, 2009

Mirajuddin Ahmed, Trustee of Peppercorn
Village Realty Trust
80 East Main Street Jessica Zent


Nov.  05, 2009

Mezitt Agricultural Corporation
20 Pinecrest Village Joshua D. Vanik & Gina Calandruccio


Nov.  04, 2009

Nick Silvaggi & Jessica Silvaggi
18 Glen Road Christopher S. Gallacher & Erin R. Gallacher


Nov.  03, 2009

George M. Savell & Maria V. Savell
26 Clinton Street Cathy Bartlett & Duane Bartlett


Nov.  02, 2009

Mezitt Agricultural Corporation
Last Week        
11 Daniel Shays Road Jeffrey L. Burdick & Kerry Hemingway Burdick


Oct.  29, 2009

Michael P. Welsh-Carroll & Bonnie B.
119 Spring Street Douglas J. Liberta & Patricia A. Liberta


Oct.  29, 2009

Nicholas J. Palihnich, Jr. & Diane L.
19 Meserve Street Lisa M. McFall


Oct.  28, 2009

Lisa M. Vorce & Joseph A. Vorce
12 Wedgewood Road Robert J. Kluchko & Marelyn Kluchko


Oct.  28, 2009

Linda M. Taneja & Arun K. Taneja
2 Weeks Ago        
4 Penny MeadowLane Chad Thompson & Dena Thompson


Oct.  23, 2009

Dana M. Richmond & Mary Richmond
18 Ash Street Keith E. Power & Mara E. Power


Oct.  19, 2009

Michael R. Gram & Ivy Gram


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