Vol. 6
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Letter from the President

Summer is vacation season, yet each time we return to our hometown after an extended absence, we appreciate once again the very special place that Sudbury is and how fortunate we are to live in a community that has preserved, protected, and maintained the historic character and natural beauty of our surroundings. This, of course, is an important part of the reason why our community has been so passionate about protecting what has been handed down to us and what we also wish to pass on to future generations of Sudbury citizens.

Despite the warm weather this summer, there’s been no rest for Protect Sudbury!  Read More...

We continue with our outreach to environmental groups to build on the widespread support we’ve received from many local environmental organizations. Sudbury’s own Conservation Commission weighed in in March, saying... Read More...
Fundraising News & Events
Protect Sudbury is gearing up for fall with some new and exciting events. Now you can support your local restaurants and Protect Sudbury at the same time. Wednesday, September 14th FuGaKyu (621 Boston Post Road) will kick off our fundraising efforts by donating 20% of the proceeds from all dine-in service and take-out orders for both lunch and dinner. Mark your calendars now - more opportunities are coming soon!!
The last several weeks have been filled with touching base with our elected officials after having seen Eversource’s updated project proposal. Protect Sudbury received a written statement from Senator Barrett... Read More...
Protect Sudbury in the News
“When you look at what’s being proposed, you realize it’s a flawed route. It has the worst of every possible outcome – it ruins Sudbury’s historic district, goes over the backyards of 300 residents and through protected conservation area, and it could poison the town’s water supply.’’
Upcoming Events:
  • Sat, Sept. 11th, 10:00 am, Sudbury Valley Trustees - Highlights of Memorial Forest
  • Weds, Sept. 14th, FuGaKyu Fundraiser - Lunch and Dinner
  • Thurs, Sept. 22nd, Community Meeting Goodnow Library, 7:30 pm
  • Thurs, October 13th, Papa Gino’s Fundraiser, 4:00-9:00 pm 
  • Community meeting with Eversource….watch this space late October.

Follow our Calendar for more details

Letter from Susan Iuliano, Chair of Sudbury BOS

As most Protect Sudbury followers know, the Eversource Sudbury-to-Hudson Reliability Project must be approved by a state board, the Energy Facilities Siting Board. In February, Eversource announced that it planned to file a Petition with the EFSB that would propose a Preferred option of overhead lines on the MBTA right-of-way (ROW) with an Alternative option of underground lines on the ROW. In response to the public outcry, Eversource then agreed to reconsider its options, especially in light of the desire for an option off of the ROW and under town streets.
Last May, Eversource informed the town that it would likely file its Petition around early September, after meeting with the town to provide an update on the routes selected for the Petition. As the summer progressed, Eversource delayed the meetings and ultimately indicated that a late October filing was more likely.

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