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The regional health agency serving Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge will meet on Thursday to act on Executive Director James Wilusz’s recommendation to remove its COVID masking directive.
LEE — The Tri-Town Health Department has updated its COVID guidance for Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge to clarify its position on wedding venues.
Although the swimming season is over, Tri-Town Health is alerting boaters to a harmful algae bloom in the western section of Laurel Lake.
Anyone who believes the pandemic’s impact is exaggerated and that vaccine mandates are un-American should be advised that most of us are losing patience with you.
One town beach on Laurel Lake has reopened, but another remains closed until Tuesday at the earliest after an outbreak of E. coli bacterial contamination blamed on recent heavy rains.
The Tri-Town Health Department shut down the Lee Sandy Beach and Lenox Town Beach on Thursday after tests showed excessive levels of E. coli bacteria.
In a presentation to the Lenox Board of Health, retired University of New Hampshire professor details the findings of a state commission on the health and environmental impacts of 5G wireless technology.
“Unpaid citizen experts on a state commission concluded that wireless radiation poses a significant risk to health and the environment."
Stockbridge Board of Health President Dr. Charles Kenny suggests that a policy recommending indoor masking, approved by all three towns, including Lenox and Lee, would carry more weight.
The regional health agency serving Lee, Lenox and Stockbridge is avoiding consideration of mandates but is asking the health boards in three towns to support an official recommendation for indoor masking in public settings.