The working group formed by Rep. Stan Zeigler, following the August 7 public meeting to evaluate the current legislation to open the dam (LD922) to allow migration of alewives and sea lamprey into Sheepscot Lake, will be meeting to view the dam and then hold a working session on Tuesday, September 19, at 4 p.m., at the fish rearing station to view the dam followed by a working session at the Palermo Town Office. This is open to the public. All are encouraged to attend and follow the working session. There will be an opportunity to ask questions for all residents and attendees. Please attend and voice your concerns!
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