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"We need more people talking about it," she said.

So, she's going to make up a "community calendar." This would be a compilation of information about all the community events she sees, including concerts and festivals.

"I think that everybody's trying to do a little bit, but it's not something we get in the media," she said.

So, I'm going to find out if there is something like that already. If not, I will do that. She's going to do it in her own way.

"People ask me about health, education and the environment. My passion is the community, and I've always been wanting to create a resource for people who want to get together and talk," she said.

She loves to talk about the environment, as she is passionate about what she is doing to save our planet.

"If we are all a little more informed and responsible, and more like minded, then we can do something about it," she said.

The calendar is not a paid or published position. The idea is to share the information of the community with other members of the community. Her idea could make it into the media.

The calendar will have an easy sign up. Members of the community would enter events for a fee. Money would go towards sponsoring events, so that everyone is able to have an equal chance of being listed.

The calendar will be in print and online.

"People should be paying attention to what's going on in their own neighborhood," she said.

She has the idea and is working on the logistics of a budget for the calendar, which could be as much as $3,000.

It would be great for the city.

"We need more people talking about it," she said.

So, she's going to make up a "community calendar." This would be a compilation of information about all the community events she sees, including concerts and festivals.

So, it's not going to be just a listing of dates, times and types of events, but also facts and stats about each.

The community calendar will be similar to the New London County Calendar, with a few tweaks.

It's something that is needed in a community. It can help people know about the various community events. It's going to help the people in the community.

The calendar would be a great way to help community residents know about what's going on in the community, and how to get involved.

"We should not forget about our city," she said. "We need to get together and make things happen."

The community calendar will be used for a number of things. It will be used to promote festivals and concerts.

The people who promote the events will benefit.

She believes that there are people who would be open to the idea of the calendar. She'd also like to put on her own events to have other people involved.

"I want to get in with more clubs," she said.

So, in addition to the community calendar, her hope is that she could eventually start her own club and put on events.

She thinks the people she meets in her various clubs can help her get things organized.

There are two ways to get involved. The first is to come up with ideas for the community calendar. The second is to come to some of her community meetings and share your idea.

So, if you're thinking about it, send in your ideas. You can either email them or call her.

Her number is (860) 486-9090.

The next community meeting is at 6 p.m. on July 12. It's at the school, across from the fire station.

The meetings are on the first Monday of every month.

If you don't want to pay to have your lawn sprayed, there's another way. The city will do it free for people who put up a tent for the community garage sale and who participate in that garage sale.

The city also has a free program that is called Free Yard Duster. People can register at city hall.

They provide their own weed-trimming equipment and come to cut your lawn. They also remove the leaves that fall into your yard.

The next deadline is at the end of July. Register by June 30. Call or check the web site at www.beverlyma.gov for more information.

Also, if you need a tree service, call John at (860) 584-5644.

The city also provides a trash pick-up. There are only two dates for that service. One is in the spring and the other is in the fall.

The spring date is April 10 and the fall date is Sept. 15.

Both the spring and fall dates are the same as the garbage days. That's Wednesday.

If you need something picked up, call John at (860) 584-5644.

The next city meeting is at 6 p.m. on Aug. 13.

That's at the fire station, across from the school.

The city council meets at 6 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month.

It's at city hall.

In other business:

City council approved an ordinance requiring the city administrator to report the city payroll to the state for a year. The payroll is now under attack.

If you need assistance on something in the city, call John at (860) 584-5644.

Remember the trash pick-up schedule. Call John at (860) 584-5644.

The next city council meeting is at 6 p.m. on Aug. 13.

The meeting is at city hall.

In other business:

The water department is doing its annual inspection. Check with them. Call (860) 584-5644.

Councilman George W. Smith Sr. requested the town maintain a parking lot on the west side of Lark Street.


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