CHEFS sought for Rib Festival Fundraiser.

My name is Deborah Williams, resident of Holland Ma, and President of a the new non-profit organization, the BACK OF THE PACK Productions, (www.botpp.org). I am hosting a Rib Festival Fundraiser August 14th 3-5pm in Wales Ma at OakHaven Campground. I am in serious need of chefs to cook ribs. I was thinking posting an article on this Blog may jump-start some help?
I attempted to contact the fire departments in the 13 towns our by-laws cover as well to donate their time to be “chefs” with no luck. Any suggestions!
Deb Williams 413-427-1492

Posted on 31 Jul 2011, 14:31 - Category: The Town Common
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Relief from the Heat.

For those who need relief from the heat, the Senior Center, on Brimfield Road, will be open today, Thursday until 8:00 pm. The Senior Center will also be open 10:00 - 5:00 tomorrow, Friday.

Posted on 21 Jul 2011, 16:19 - Category: Announcements
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Johnson’s “Entitlement Mentality” At Its Best.

SCARY...-the-real-BRIAN-J-JOHNSONDuring the still ongoing hearing on my request to the Palmer District Court to issue a “Criminal Harassment Prevention Order” for my protection against Brian Johnson, Brain’s “Super Liar” Tani Sapirstein failed with her request to suppress my audio-recording form going into evidence.
Together with upcoming testimony by Officer Jeffrey Forcier from the HPD, the recording will prove to the Court that Brian Johnson did not only lie to the police to stay out of trouble, he falsely accused me of having made a death threat towards him (a crime in Massachusetts)!
Just three days after honorable Justice Patricia Poehler heard the audio recording, Sapirstein filed a civil suit on behalf of Brian Johnson, claiming that Johnson suffered (unspecified) damages. In the process, Sapirstein, for the second time, tried to dupe the court and did so with an outright lie. She even wants ME to pay for her efforts. On July 15, 2011, I filed a request in Palmer District Court to have Tani Sapirstein sanctioned for violating her attorney's oath, read more»


Posted on 20 Jul 2011, 10:52 - Category: Ongoing And Past Litigation
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Palmer District Court Found Probable Cause to Issue Criminal Complaint.

Brian Johnson’s close friend and neighbor, hired by Brian Johnson to operate the town’s heavy front loader, lawyered up for his show cause hearing in Palmer District Court last Thursday, July 8, 2011, read more»


Posted on 14 Jul 2011, 00:01 - Category: The Town Common
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Brimfield’s Holland Road Relief Open Air Concert at “One Stop.”

Marc-Graveline-performing-solo Dave Bell, owner and operator of “One Stop Towing,” organized an open air concert for tomorrow, Sunday July 9, 2011, at noon.
Dave Bell is an avid drummer and plays with Sara Ashleigh (vocal), Marc Gravelin (sax and keyboard), Rich Hyatt and Richard Burns (guitars) in the “Push the Blues Band.”
Other performers which will attend the once in a lifetime concert right here in Brimfield (Woodstock without the rain), Doug Bell, Nicole Coogan, Michael Douglas, Billy Goodspeed, Ironstein, Power Play, DJ Rini, DJ Soup, 48 Miles. Many more guest appearances to be announced during the show!!!
Parking will be in the fields along Holland Road south of the woods at the Holland / Brimfield town line. Hay Rides to “One Stop” will be offered for attendees.
Bring your own food and beverages and don’t forget to bring some green to help with a donation. Proceeds will go to Holland Road residents and business owners who’s properties were destroyed during the Tornado of June 1, 2011.
Performances will begin at around noon time and will continue until 10pm.
Peter Frei

Posted on 8 Jul 2011, 13:50 - Category: Things To Do
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Tree Removal Legal Notice.

Town of Holland Tree Warden Notice of Tree Removal Hearing.
The Tree Warden will hold a public hearing pursuant to M.G.L. Chapter 87, Sec. 3 and 4, on Thursday July 14, 2011 at 7:30 PM in the community room of the Town Hall, 27 Sturbridge Road, to consider the removal of the following trees, all of which are located on Sturbridge Road:
5 Hemlock Trees; ranging from 4 to 10 inches in diameter.
18 Oak Trees; ranging from 4 to 28 inches in diameter.
6 White Birch Trees; ranging from 3 to 10 inches in diameter.
28 Pine Trees; ranging from 4 to 40 inches in diameter.
3 Maple Trees; ranging from 4 to 12 inches in diameter.
2 Cherry Trees; ranging from 4 to 10 inches in diameter.
6 Beechnut Tree; ranging from 3 to 20 inches in diameter.
Brian Johnson, Tree Warden Town of Holland.

Posted on 8 Jul 2011, 17:51 - Category: Legal Notices
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Former Circle H Ranch burned to the ground.

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A place some old-timers have fond memories about, burned to the ground. The blaze destroyed the main building of Rascal’s Powersports Plus, what used to be the Circle H Ranch, read more»

Posted on 8 Jul 2011, 00:01 - Category: The Town Common
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Sturbridge Road Work

Work will be beginning, the first week of July, on Sturbridge Road from Sand Hill Rd to Leno Rd. Expect detours and/or delays.

Posted on 5 Jul 2011, 10:05 - Category: Announcements
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Its Official Now; Brian Haughey New Chief of Police.

Our community has a five year window of opportunity to establish and support a police force that ultimately will serve our community with integrity, and not their superiors in ex-change for job security, read more»

Posted on 27 Jun 2011, 23:32 - Category: Town Politics
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Bad Turn on Over the Top Road

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Appears Acura driver had trouble turning around in a driveway at about #46 Over The Top Road last night in the heavy downpour. Got stuck on the edge of a steep hill heading towards the lake.
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Holland FD rescued early Sunday morning.

Kevin Murphy


Posted on 26 Jun 2011, 17:32 - Category: The Town Common
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School's out for the Summer.

We all remember that song as we sing a different tune as our kids begin their summer vacation.
“No more school...what a bummer....I can’t wait till the end of summer.”
The children are home from school as they begin their summer break here on serene Lake Hamilton.
As we all know that means a time when injuries, bumps, and bruises are on the rise as we found out on the first day of our summer vacation 2011. If your Child is injured..., before making that emergency 911 call for help, please take the time to read the following story. Read more»

Posted on 26 Jun 2011, 17:18 - Category: The Town Common
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