News


TPPA Directors Oppose C&D Landfill in Milton

The Board of Directors voted unanimously to send a letter to Milton Board of Selectmen voicing opposition to any activity that would lead to a C&D landfill in Milton or Milton Mills. Click Here for the letter.


TPPA Continues Grant Program

Grants of up  to $250 may be awarded to property owners for remediation of erosion sites.  Click Here for an Application.


Milton Considering Landfill Proposal

The town of Milton is considering a proposal from an outside company to allow a 54 acre landfill on Piggott Hill Road, on 229 acres of purchased land, which is not currently zoned for landfill use. TPPA has sent a letter of concern about this to Milton Selectmen. Click Here torthe letter.


Citizens Against Landfills in Milton

An unaffiliated group of Citizens Against Landfills in Milton (C.A.L.M) has published a website that, in part, invites others to join them in a petition to keep Milton clean.  Click Here for this site.


Weed Watcher Program - New Coordinator

Rich Egan agreed to coordinate the program, replacing Linda Dame in that capacity.  Linda will continue to help with weed watching and serve as a member of the Board of Directors.  Rich elected to delay joining the Board until he becomes a full time resident of Milton.  Many thanks go to Linda for her service as Weed Watched Coordinator since 2005.


TPPA hired 2 paid Weed Watcher this summer.

Objectives are

1. to provide a summer work opportunity for local (Milton or Lebanon) students, and

2. to augment TPPA’s Volunteer Weed Watcher Program with more intensive monitoring of vulnerable areas of Three Ponds’ shoreline.


TPPA Elects New Officers

At the membership meeting 1n July members elected the following officers for the 2014 season:

President   Bob Myrick
Vice Pres   Wayne Sylvester

Secretary    Wendy Beckwith

Treasurer   Jill Guptill


Milton Public Works Department is having a Roadside Clean-up Day and Open House on Saturday 19 April 2014 from 9:00 AM to Noon.  Refreshments will be provided to volunteers.  Click here for info on when to sign in as a volunteer.


The Dec 2013 issue of the TPPPA Newsletter is in the mail. Click here to download it.

One of our members found a jelly-like blob attached to a dock.  NH DES  told us it was a harmless  Bryozoan.  Click Here to learn more…

Get the Lead Out!

On August 16 2013, Tiffany Grade, a biologist from the NH Loon Preservation Committee (LPC) gave us an excellent presentation on the State of Loons in NH.  Data collected by LPC since 1989 shows that lead fishing tackle is a major cause of adult loon mortality, accounting for 50% of all documented adult loon deaths in the state. These deaths are completely preventable.  We urge all of you anglers to please use non-lead fishing tackle.  See LPC pamphlet on this subject.

TPPA is offering grants of up to $250 to individual home owners for remediation of erosion sites. … learn more and apply


Milfoil Invades Nearby Spaulding Pond!

Click here to read Steve Baker’s newspaper article about this disaster and why we must all be vigilant about inspecting incoming boats for invasive plants. It takes only one “dirty” boat to ruin things for all of us.


TPPA was founded in 2005, and is incorporated as a Non-profit organization.  

Mail Address

TPPA

P.O. Box 1242

Milton, NH 03851