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Kayaking for all on Lake Cochituate in Wayland

Wayland Town Crier 8/18/17: Kayaking for all on Lake Cochituate in Wayland. Zachary Dagle might normally spend an evening watching television or playing video games. This week, Dagle connected with nature on the waters of Lake Cochituate by the Wayland Town Beach. “I enjoy being with friends,” said Dagle, 24, of Sharon, who has physical and intellectual disabilities, as he prepared to take part in an adaptive kayaking program. He was among several people with disabilities who ventured onto the calm lake waters Thursday through a program Waypoint Adventure runs in partnership with the state Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Wayland’s Darby Leid showcases talent with AAU team

Wayland Town Crier 8/18/17: Wayland’s Darby Leid showcases talent with AAU team. Wayland’s Darby Leid wins a Silver Division Under-17 championship with Mass. Huskies AAU team at the U.S. Junior Nationals tournament.

Cochituate State Park boat ramp project on tap

Wayland Town Crier 8/15/17: Cochituate State Park boat ramp project on tap. Boaters, fishermen and other Cochituate State Park users will benefit from an upcoming project to revamp the park’s popular boat launch. The project is expected to break ground in fall 2018 after going through permitting and bidding. Officials hope to enhance accessibility, expand recreational opportunities and reducing overcrowding problems. Construction is estimated at $1.2 million, according to DCR.

Wayland Planning Board OKs Oxbow Meadows field

Wayland Town Crier 8/12/17: Wayland Planning Board OKs Oxbow Meadows field. With a key municipal approval in hand, recreation officials hope construction of a controversial field at Oxbow Meadows can start in September. The field, to be located by the intersection of Oxbow and Trout Brook roads, would likely open in fall 2018, after grass has had sufficient time to grow, Recreation Commission Chairman Asa Foster said Friday.

Swimming: Wayland boys earn national title

Wayland Town Crier 8/10/17: Swimming: Wayland boys earn national title. Capping off its first undefeated season, a Dual Country League championship meet title and a Division 2 state championship, the Wayland boys swim team was named National Dual Meet Champion.

Wayland ZBA backs fewer CVS parking spaces

Metrowest Daily News 8/8/17: Wayland ZBA backs fewer CVS parking spaces. The Zoning Board of Appeals on Tuesday overruled the building commissioner, saying CVS can provide fewer parking spaces at its planned Cochituate store.

Wayland boards face Open Meeting Law complaints

Wayland Town Crier 8/4/17: Wayland boards face Open Meeting Law complaints. Boards are facing Open Meeting Law complaints related to minutes, an executive session agenda and remote participation. In recent months, Wayland attorney George Harris, who frequently files Open Meeting Law complaints, has sent complaints against the School Committee and Audit Committee to the state Attorney General’s Office for review.