This report documents the findings of the Singletary Lake Management Plan. The goal was to identify the management needs for Singletary Lake, analyze alternatives, and then develop a recommended management plan tailored specifically for Singletary Lake.
This report provides a description of the watershed, and the physical characteristics of the lake. monitoring and sampling results. the current nutrient loading to the lake and the trophic state (level of eutrophication) of Singletary Lake.
The purpose of this study is to develop a 20-year, wastewater collection and management plan. The goal is to develop a plan to help reduce contaminant loading to Lake Singletary, while complying with Massachusetts Title 5 regulations
This report documents the existing conditions and the development of management strategies focusing on the maintenance and improvement of the Stockwell Ponds nutrient reducing function and capabilities.
Association By-Laws regulate the internal practices and procedures of associations by defining the relations, rights and duties of the members, and the powers, duties and limitations of the officers and directors.
The Town of Millbury began the seasonal lake draw down on October 11 and completed as expected in late November. In all, almost 6 feet lower than normal. Due to recent storms, the level has been making a comeback more quickly than expected, so keep an eye on the shoreline going into the winter and early spring.