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  1. Blue Hill Heritage Trust completes Surry land purchase 2,114 acres of The Surry ForestRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | The Weekly Packet

    Blue Hill Heritage Trust announced on April 10 that it had completed the purchase of 2,114 acres of forest land off Toddy Pond Road stretching to the Blue Hill town border. "This is the beginning of a grand adventure," Executive Director Hans Carlson told about 60 residents at a public meeting on April 11. The Trust first announced the exclusive opportunity to purchase the land at its 2016 annual meeting, and held a pre-acquisition public meeting in November.


  2. Back to school information for Blue Hill Consolidated SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2016 | The Weekly Packet

    First day: Tuesday, September 6. Hours: Doors open at 7:30 a.m. School day is 7:50 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. Website: /> Snapshot Grades: pre-K - 8 Number of students: 258 Pre-K: 18, K: 25, 1: 23, 2: 26, 3: 26, 4: 23, 5: 29, 6:25, 7: 29, 8: 34. Number of teachers: 32 Number of support staff: 20 2016-17 budget, pre-K-12: $5,518,644 Amy Drenga, grade 6 teacher. After spending the last 23 years as an educator in Western Massachusetts, Amy has relocated to Surry.


  3. High levels of bacteria at Curtis Cove, MERI reportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 11, 2016 | The Weekly Packet

    Routine water testing at Curtis Cove on August 3 showed "unacceptably high" levels of Enterococcus bacteria, almost 30 times above what the Environmental Protection Agency has determined as the threshold for safe swimming, according to a report issued by the Marine Environmental Research Institute. Enterococcus bacteria is an indicator for the group of coliform bacteria present in sewage, and can cause ear, nose and gastrointestinal infections.