I write to thank Town Manager Norman Khumalo, Ken Weismantel and the Community Preservation Committee, Morrie Gasser and the Hopkinton Area Land Trust, the other members of the Hopkinton Open Space Preservation Commission, all those who supported the acquisition of the Jenner/Rice property at Town Meeting, and, very especially, the Jenner family, who made this possible. Thank you!
The OSPC will be hosting a “meet and greet” in the fall for those who would like a guided visit to the Rice property, which I described at Town Meeting as the most remote parcel in town.
— Ed Harrow, chair of Hopkinton’s Open Space Preservation Commission
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