UPDATE: Kingston dig buffer compromise reached – Kingston, MA
KINGSTON – An undeveloped area for preservation of a stone feature important to Native Americans and others who champion history will co-exist with the Opachinski ball field project as part of a compromise agreement approved by the Board of Selectmen 4-1 on Sept. 11.
Selectmen Chairman Elaine Fiore led a site visit this week so that the boundaries of the buffer area could be mapped. She requested that the compromise plan from Sept. 4 and a counterproposal Sept. 11 from the Recreation Commission shifting the buffer area be staked.
Once the size of the protected area has been decided and site boundaries mapped, the selectmen will meet to review those plans. Selectmen next meet Tuesday, Sept. 23.