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Ring’s Island Preservation District Approval New Fire Station Opens Its Doors

By Stewart Lytle, Reporter

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By Stewart Lytle, Reporter

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Homes on Ring’s Island.

SALISBURY – More than half of the

residents of Ring’s Island can breathe a

little easier, knowing that the house next

door or even down the street is protected

from developers, homebuilders or their

own neighbors from tearing down the

historic homes and replacing them with

modern McMansions.

The Town Meeting members this

month voted to create a Ring’s Island

Neighborhood Preservation District,

which will oversee most construction

projects on property owners who

voluntarily opt to be part of the district.

A special town study committee

worked for two years to draft the rules

for the new district and create a new fivemember

commission to decide whether

proposed renovations or demolition and

new construction would be synch with

neighboring homes.

But not all property owners on this small

island on the banks of the Merrimack

River will be protected by this voluntary

district. About half opted to join.

Those that did not join the district need

apply only to the town Board of Zoning

Photo by Stewart Lytle

Appeals for approval of its construction

or renovation plans.

“We hope this puts the brakes on” some

of the new home construction, said study

committee member Lance Wisnewski.

Founded in 1642 as a fishing and

farming homestead on the Merrimack, the

island is in the perfect location to attract

homebuyers, builders and developers who

want to tear down or enlarge some of the

centuries-old homes or replace them with

new, larger homes that capitalize on the

strong housing market and the beautiful

views of the river, Plum Island and the

Newburyport skyline.

According to Ray Pike, the chairman

of the committee, two homes on the

island were built in the 1600s. Five were

built prior to 1750. Eight have been

standing since before 1800. Seven trace

their history to before 1850. And six

were built before 1900.

In recent years a few homes have been

demolished and replaced with modern

homes in recent years, which prompted

the desire for the preservation district.

Continued on page 3

By Stewart Lytle,

Reporter

ROWLEY – After years

of trying to secure funding,

the town’s new fire station

opened its doors for the

first time a month ago.

At a cost of under $6

million, the new station

on Haverhill Road has

enough room for the

firefighters to wash the

hoses after a fire, rather

than having to take them

to friendly fire departments

in neighboring towns for

cleaning. They can also

wash their smoky clothes

in the laundry at the

station after a fire, instead

of taking them home to wash.

At the old fire station on Hammond

Street behind the U.S. Post Office, the bays

were so small firefighters had to practice

making a tricky 90-degree turn to back the

firetruck in the bay without hitting a wall or

the overhead heater. And once the truck was

inside and the door closed, firemen could

not walk around it, making cleaning and

replacing equipment impossible.

The new fire house has three bays that are

12 feet wide and 14 feet high, large enough

to back the trucks in relatively easily with

room on all sides to space.

It also has lockers and cots for the

firefighters to sleep overnight during a

storm. James Broderick, the 6-foot, fiveinch

veteran chief, commandeered a closet

for his office, and when had had to spend

the night there, often slept in that closet

with the door open to let him extend his

legs out the door.

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bag.”

Trilled to be in the new building on

Haverhill Street, the chief said, “Now we

have places to put things. If we don’t have

a place for it, we don’t need it.”

There is “nothing fancy” about the

building, designed by the Carell Group

and built by Castangna Construction,

Broderick said. “It’s exactly what we

needed.”

Broderick, who weathered several earlier

attempts to persuade Town Meeting

members and voters to fund a replacement

for the old fire house, said this building is

designed to meet the needs of a growing

community well into the future. If

the department needs to hire full-time

Step in

firefighters, “we have the room. We are not

on top of each other.”

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The Rowley Board of SelectNotice

is hereby given that the ROWLEY

BOARD OF SELECTMEN will

hold a PUBLIC HEARING on

an application by the ROWLEY

MUNICIPAL LIGHTING

PLANT and VERIZON to locate

poles, wires, cables and fixtures,

including the necessary anchors,

guys and other such sustaining and

protecting fixtures to be owned

and used in common by the

petitioners, along and across the

following public way or ways:

Wethersfield St.,

NEW POLE NUMBER 33-S

Also, for permission to lay and

maintain underground laterals,

cables and wires in the above or

intersection public ways for the

purpose of making connection

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each of said petitioners may desire,

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are on file in the office of the

BOARD OF SELECTMEN. The

hearing will be held on MONDAY,

June 17, 2019 AT 7:15 P.M. in the

TOWN HALL, MAIN STREET,

ROWLEY, MA 01969.

Per Order of

The Rowley Board Of Selectmen

Clifford Pierce Chairman

Joseph Perry, Vice Chairman

Robert Snow, Clerk

David Petersen

Deana Ziev 05/29

ROWLEY PLANNING BOARD

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

In accordance with Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter

40A, and pursuant to the Rowley Protective Zoning Bylaw, and

the Rowley Planning Board Rules and Regulations, the Rowley

Planning Board will conduct a new Public Hearing on Wednesday,

June 12, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. in the Rowley Public Library’s

large meeting room at 141 Main Street pertaining to applications

for Planning Board review of a Definitive Subdivision Plan to

create two single family residential lots located off a new private

way called Bella Way, and, to review Special Permit/Site Plan

Review applications for the installation of a common driveway

to serve both lots from Bella Way, and, for the review to construct

an accessory building with a floor area greater than 1,500

square feet. The subject property is located at 491 Main Street

(Map 31, Lots 26 and 27-A) and consists of 5.37 acres located in

the Coastal Conservation (CC) Zoning District. The application

is being submitted by Paul Vorrias of 18 Jennifer Lane, Peabody,

MA, on behalf of the property owner, Ashley Plomondon of 491

Main Street, Rowley, MA, pursuant to the zoning requirements

of Zoning Bylaw Section 4.8.1(h) (Special permit for accessory

buildings greater than 1,500 square feet of floor area), Section

7.6 (Site plan review), Section 7.8 (Special permit), Section 8.8

(Special permit for common driveways), and pursuant to the requirements

of MGL Chapter 41, Sections 81K through 81GG

(the Subdivision Control Law), and the design requirements of

the Rowley Planning Board Rules and Regulations.

The applications, plans, and relative documents are on file

with the Rowley Planning Board, and are available for public

inspection at the Rowley Planning Board Office, Town Hall Annex,

39 Central Street, during public office hours.

Chris Thornton,

Planning Board Chairman

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have cost an estimated $4 million.

The measure was shot down at

Town Meeting and never made it

to the ballot.

The fire department tried again

a couple of years later with a twostory

building with a smaller

footprint. It was approved by

Town Meeting, but lost at the

ballot box by 37 votes. Convinced

that it could win if presented to

the voters again a year later, town

leaders presented the measure a

second time to the voters, but

was defeated by an even larger

margin.

Other attempts fizzled when the

town tried to find a suitable tract

New Fire Station Opens Its Doors

of land other than on Haverhill

Road.

Then, in 2014, the town

authorized money for a feasibility

study and hired the Corel Group.

Two years later, after the architects

had designed a new fire house and

an expanded police headquarters,

the Board of Selectmen asked the

Town Meeting and the voters to

approve an $11.7 million override

to pay for the facilities. With

strong community support from

groups that included the Pine

Grove School PTA, the measure

passed.

The expansion of the

police headquarters is nearing

completion.

Broderick said with pride that the

two buildings had come in under

the $12 million budget. “I know

it is a big hit for the taxpayers, but

“It’s working out well.”

The chief, who expects to

retire in two years, thanked the

community for its support. “The

Selectmen knew we couldn’t keep

kicking the can down the road,”

he said, noting that the new public

safety complex would have cost $4

million 20 years ago.

“It took a lot of work by a lot

of people to make this happen,”

the chief said. “The town and the

department are in a better place

than when I came. We can now

build on what we have.”

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of the island’s architecture) was alternative exists or the building

Thirty-two homes are included the reason they bought their has been determined to be

in the new preservation guidelines. homes in the first place,” study structurally unsound.

Twenty-three homeowners opted committee secretary Bobbi New construction will

out of the district.

Klima said.

be permitted if the design

According to the proposed Opponents of the preservation is “compatible with the

bylaw, the purpose of the new district expressed a variety of architectural style and character

district is to preserve and protect reasons for opting out. Some told of neighboring buildings.”

“the unique character and the committee members they did When first appointed in 2017,

streetscape of Ring’s Island as a not want the town telling them the study committee was named

present day neighborhood with what to do with their property, the Ring’s Island Historical

roots as a colonial fishing village.” Klima said.

District Committee.

It accepts that the neighborhood’s Some homeowners, particularly Dondero and other members

character will evolve and continue on First Street, hope to sell their of the committee noted that

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“Nowadays people of every age are looking for experiences,” says Robin Lurie-Meyerkopf, the walking

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“It’s exciting news,” Robin says. “Starting this year we now offer historic Portsmouth walking tours

seven days a week.” The 90-minute guided tours leave daily at 10:30 a.m. from Discover Portsmouth at

10 Middle Street. Tours run from early May through late October.

“And there’s more,” Robin says. “We now have whisper-quiet headphones. It’s like a radio channel. The

trained guide has the transmitter and speaks into a microphone while the visitors listen through their

headsets. Between the traffic and the construction, it can get pretty noisy out there, so now the guide

doesn’t have to shout.”

The new system was purchased thanks to a gift from an anonymous donor to the Portsmouth Historical

Society that operates both Discover Portsmouth and the John Paul Jones House Museum next door. The

nonprofit society currently has a dozen headset receivers and hopes to raise funds to expand that number

as tours increase in popularity.

“They work fantastically well,” Robin says of the new amplification system. “They’re ideal for people

with limited hearing. And even if people wander a bit from the group or lag a bit behind, the range is such

that everyone can hear the guide clearly. It’s a revolution for walking tours.”

One seasoned guide notes that, because he can talk while moving as well as when stopped, he now has

more time to deliver lively facts about our 400-year old city. Visitors who tested the hi-tech system were

especially pleased with the adjustable volume control on the receiver. “You were clear as a bell.” one walker

told the guide. “I can’t imagine the tour without it,” another said.

And just in time. The number of Discover Portsmouth tours more than doubled to 1,200 walkers in the

2018 season over previous seasons. Tours are $12 for historical society members, or $15 for non-members.

Online reservations are suggested with space usually limited to a dozen walkers, although guides can

expand to accommodate more due to walk-ins on busy summer days.

It is recommended that visitors should plan to arrive 30-minutes before departure. This allows time for

check-in and equipment set-up. Visitors can also watch a 12-minute orientation video, preview the latest

exhibitions, this year on New Hampshire Folk Art, and wander the Museum Shop.

“What people are looking for, I think,” says Robin Lurie-Meyerkopf, “are walking tours that are fun,

interesting and dependable and guides who are knowledgeable--we sure have all of those.”

The society website offers an overview of 2019 tour guides, A number are career educators, all are

history enthusiasts, and they include a retired engineer, a public policy advocate, a city planner, and a

federal service employee.

“You’re not going to be a guide unless you’re charming,” Robin says, “and people love our guides.” She

notes that this year the special Preservation Tours conducted by historian Richard M. Candee, author of

Building Portsmouth, will be held in addition to the daily tour as well as the unique Portsmouth Women’s

Tour.

Who is signing up? “We’re getting everybody,” the tour manager replies. “We had somebody on the tour

last year who had lived in Portsmouth for 25 years and he learned all sorts of things he did not know about

his own city. Some of our participants have loved the tours so much, that they have become sponsors!

This year’s sponsors include Peter J. Loughlin Attourney, Flynn & McGee, P.A. and Tate & Foss, Sotheby’s

International Realty.

And one more thing. “In addition to our daily and special tours,” Robin Lurie-Meyerkopf, says, “we’re

adding a 4 p.m. tour every Friday. We want to serve a growing audience of people who are coming into

town for weekend events-- and they want to find out what the city is like.”

“Oh,” she adds. “And we now offer private tours too! So call us at 603-436-8433.” Tickets for daily and

special tours are available at PortsmouthHistory.org online.”

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Proceeds from this Pennies for Poverty fundraiser will benefit eight non-profit organizations that help

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With the spring market in me. The appraiser will come to number of bathrooms, etc.

full swing we have received Pets, a your house and Animals, list the number These sales Plus should be within the

number of calls over the last few and size of the rooms and any last year and a good sampling is

months from prospective sellers extras, such as a hardwood typically more than 3. If you

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and can’t find more than 3 in the

to the worth of their home. The

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based on recent sales of similar

homes in the area. We are often

asked how this differs from a

town assessment or a mortgage

appraisal. Often sellers will

reference a recent mortgage

appraisal or town assessment

that gives a different value of

their home. The common

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then “why is your value of my

home different?”

In the simplest of terms, a

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on the amount of money the

market, i.e. a buyer, is willing

to pay for property. Simply

put the value is what a buyer

and seller will agree on for a

price. The “appraised” value

is the value of the property

determined by a bank or

mortgage company.

Sometimes, especially in an

active sellers’ market like the

one we are in now, the value of

a home will be even higher than

the appraised value or what your

REALTOR® has determined as

the “market value”. Here are

the major differences between

what an appraised value and

market value:

Appraised Value:

An appraisal is an estimate

of market value. An appraiser

can use many methods for

coming up with this estimate.

An appraiser is a professional

hired by the bank or mortgage

company who can tell you what

your home is worth but not

necessarily what it will sell for.

Tricky I know, but bear with

finished basements or attics.

The appraiser will compare

your home and property to

other homes that have sold

recently with similar features.

The main way that it differs

from a REALTOR® Market

Analysis is that an appraiser is

hired by a bank or mortgage

company to make sure that the

buyer is purchasing a property

that is worth at least the value

of their loan. Appraisers usually

use “comparable sales” when

evaluating the market value of

a home. In an appraisal that is

done by a bank for a buyer who

has the home under agreement,

the appraisal certifies to the

bank and secondary mortgage

investors that the buyer is

paying fair or less than fair

market value for a home.

Appraisers look at nearby

properties with similar

characteristics which have sold

in the past 6 months to see at

what price they sold and they

typically give the most weight

to the property they feel is

most like the property being

appraised.

Comparative Market

Analysis (CMA)

A CMA is done by

REALTORS® to establish the

most likely selling price for

a property. To do this they

look at the most recent sales

of homes similar to yours in

your community. Ideally your

neighbor’s home is the exact

same style as yours and sold

yesterday. Since this is rarely

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TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A

surge of support helps you keep your

long-standing commitment to colleagues

who rely on you for guidance.

Ignore any attempts to get you to ease

up on your efforts.

GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Family

continues to be the dominant factor,

but career matters also take on new

importance. You might even be able to

combine elements of the two in some

surprising, productive way.

CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A

realistic view of a workplace or personal

situation helps you deal with it

more constructively once you know

where the truth lies. Reserve the weekend

for someone special.

LEO (July 23 to August 22) As

much as you Leos or Leonas might

be intrigued by the “sunny” prospects

touted for a potential investment, be

careful that you don’t allow the glare

to blind you to its essential details.

VIRGO (August 23 to September

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22) A business decision might need to

be put off until a colleague’s personal

matter is resolved. Use this time to

work on another business matter that

you’ve been anxious to get to.

SCORPIO (October 23 to November

21) Relationships (personal or professional)

might appear to be stalled

because of details that keep cropping

up and that need tending to. Be patient.

A path begins to clear soon.

SAGITTARIUS (November 22

to December 21) A promotion could

cause resentment among envious colleagues.

But others recognize how

hard you worked to earn it, and will be

there to support you if you need them.

CAPRICORN (December 22 to

January 19) Handling a delicate personal

matter needs both your wisdom

and your warmth. Expect some setbacks,

but stay with it. The outcome

will more than justify your efforts.

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to move ahead step by step so you

don’t overlook anything that might later

create time-wasting complications.

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Use the good will you recently earned

with that well-received project to pitch

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Health & Wellness

BY J. PETER ST. CLAIR, DMD

If you missed Part 1 of this

series, you can find it at www.

thetowncommon.com.

I ended last week with a

statement that I have used

numerous times before – just

because it doesn’t hurt doesn’t

mean there isn’t a problem.

We keep learning more and

more about the link between

the mouth and the rest of

the body. It is essential that

dentists and physicians do

a better job at co-managing

patients, and learn more about

the relationship between oral

and systemic disease.

It is clear that if you want

to take better care of yourself,

you need to take better care of

your mouth. Familial history

is very important. If you know

of any family history of dental

problems, you are at higher

risk. Higher risk individuals

need to be treated differently

and may need a more aggressive

preventive protocol to help

ward off progression of disease.

In addition, an otherwise

healthy person who presents

with a sudden increase in gum

inflammation should possibly

be evaluated by their physician

Brighter Smiles...

to rule out any systemic

causes if there is not a simple

explanation for the change.

The connection between

oral health and systemic health

is well-established and everevolving.

One thing we know

for certain - we are living

longer, but with more chronic

diseases and medication than

ever before. It is exciting that

there are so many things on

the horizon when it comes

to detection, prevention, and

treatment.

Among the tools being

researched to help determine

the particular disease path

that a person is on are salivary

biomarkers. Although not

routinely available yet, this

precision approach to the

prevention and treatment of

periodontal disease accounts

for variability in a person’s

genes, environment, and

lifestyle. Because it is more

personalized to the individual,

it results in more accurate

treatment planning as well as

improved outcomes for the

patient.

Considering the aging

population, periodontal (gum)

disease has the potential to

become the most prevalent

dental disease in the near

future. It is more important

than ever for dentists to take

the time to develop and

incorporate a comprehensive

periodontal examination and

might have a chance of using

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for a turn.

Rowers might turn out to be

one of the best pieces of workout

equipment for seniors, for a

number of reasons. Rowing is

done indoors, so it can be done

all year. The rowing action uses

the major muscle groups -Ð

arms, legs, shoulders and back.

The rower has easy-to-difficult

settings. But best of all, it’s low

to the floor.

To see what an excellent rower

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treatment protocol for adults.

As with most diseases,

delaying the treatment of

periodontal disease until

the advanced stages results

in treatment that is more

expensive, more complex, and

less predictable. Most early

to moderate stage disease can

be treated in a general dental

office if the inflammation

is easy to control and the

patient doesn’t have numerous

systemic issues. Otherwise, it

may be in the patient’s best

interest to be referred to a likeminded

periodontist.

When half of the US

population is still affected

with periodontal disease,

despite decades of research

and treatments, something

is still missing. That missing

key is a more collaborative

approach involving, dentists,

periodontists and physicians.

….and remember, just

because it doesn’t hurt doesn’t

mean there isn’t a problem. To

be continued.

Dr. St. Clair maintains a

private dental practice in Rowley

and Newburyport dedicated to

health-centered family dentistry.

If there are certain topics you

would like to see written about

or questions you have please

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stclairdmd.com. You can view

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Chances are that no one was

using it. It was probably a rowing

machine.

Rowing machines, or rowers,

are still a niche item among

those who work out, and that’s

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used. Second, they take up a lot

of room -- an area nearly 9 feet

in length.

If you plan on using a rower at

the gym, look first at some online

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the angle of how you sit -- don’t

lean too far forward or backward.

Then, ask for help in learning the

pattern of pulling the chain and

bending your knees. Within a

few minutes you’ll have it right,

and chances are you’ll have the

machine all to yourself.

Before you start, ask your

doctor about rowing. Chances

are you’ll get a big thumbs up,

especially if you combine it with

a walking routine.

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