PACTV Plymouth Quarterly Newsletter| November 1, 2018
Government Meetings
Plymouth Town Meeting, Part One took place on October 20, 2018 -
NDCAP - October 24, 2018
The Nuclear Decommissioning Citizens Advisory Panel (NDCAP) hosts a public meeting regarding the decommissioning of the Pilgrim Power Plant .

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Ghosts of Plymouth
Author and historian Darcy Lee joined us on set to talk about her book Ghosts of Plymouth, Massachusetts , and to discuss Plymouth's haunts, history, and the Plymouth Paranormal Convention
Needle Shredder
The Plymouth Health Department Director secured funding for a machine that will sanitize and shred any needles. The public is encouraged to bring their used needles to the Plymouth Central Fire Station for disposal.
Lobster Farewell
Who doesn't love the Plymouth Lobsters? Sadly, these beautiful, whimsical sculptures are at the end of their installment, and a farewell party was held at King Collision was a fitting tribute to the artists and sponsors who brought them into existence.
Holmes Dam Removal
The removal of Homes Dam is the final major step in the Town Brook Restoration Project that started in 2002. Learn how this third dam removal will affect the Town of Plymouth, and its herring population.
Plymouth Paranormal Convention
Ghost hunters and paranormal investigators converged on the John Carver Inn for a three-day convention filled with tours, lectures, ...and ghosts.
Plymouth Harborwalk
The area known as the Cordage Commerce Center will soon be known as Plymouth Station. And the area that used to be home Plymouth’s Walmart will soon be home to about 1,000 residents in apartments that will be called Harbor Walk - watch to learn more
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