HALL PROPERTY: Dotting i’s, crossing t’s

KINGSTON – More work needs to be done before the town can send a conservation restriction to the state for approval as part of the archaeological dig project.

It’s expected to take about two more weeks to complete the process, according to Town Administrator Robert Fennessy Friday.

Late last week Selectmen Chairman Elaine Fiore said language needs to be added to the conservation restriction, including language outlining what happens if Public Archaeology Laboratory uncovered a burial site during the clearing of the land and continued removing artifacts.

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