- Written by david Mittell
- Published: 28 November 2012
Duxbury’s match is $41,372 -- part of which is included in the staff time of Conservation Administrator Joe Grady, who is working closely with the state on the project.
Kingston has received an almost identical grant ($124,495) for final design of plans to reduce bacterial pollution in the Jones River. These projects together give reason to hope that the next few years will see a significant improvement in Kingston Bay’s water quality, and in the health of its fisheries and shellfish beds.