Parkview Electronics Trust, LLC v. Conservation Commission of Winchester (Lawyers Weekly No. 11-006-16)
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13-P-276 Appeals Court
PARKVIEW ELECTRONICS TRUST, LLC vs. CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF WINCHESTER.
Middlesex. November 6, 2014. – January 12, 2016.
Present: Trainor, Agnes, & Maldonado, JJ.
Municipal Corporations, Conservation commission, By-laws and ordinances. Wetlands Protection Act. Department of Environmental Protection. Jurisdiction, Administrative matter. Zoning, By-law, Wetlands.
Civil action commenced in the Superior Court Department on June 25, 2004.
According to MBTA Transit Police iPhones are the most widely thieved item on the T.
Police also offered tips on how to keep your stuff safe while riding public transportation (from the blog post):
If possible, avoid using your phone while on the MBTA except in cases of emergency/reporting via SeeSay or 911
Conceal expensive electronic equipment
Change the color of the device’s ear buds, would be thieves look for the distinctive white ear plugs of Apple
Refrain from listening to music or wearing headphones while riding the system
Be aware of your surroundings at all times especially if you are using your electronic device
Be aware that most robberies of electronic devices occur near the train doors
Be alert for staged distractions
The city announced that on March 23, residents will be able to recycle electronic waste at no additional cost.
Residents may bring up to computers, monitors, televisions, LCD panels, printers, other computer related equipment, stereos, cell and other phones, power supplies, electronic games, VCRs, circuit boards, microwaves, and other household electronic devices.
However, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators, and white goods such as washers, dryers, and stoves will NOT be accepted. For disposal of air conditioners, dehumidifiers and refridgerators, call (617) 635-4500 to arrange a special pickup. The other items can be picked up at the curb with regular trash pickup.
Residents must be prepared to show proof of residency in order to be able to drop anything off. All electronics will be recycled in Massachusetts by Electronic Recyclers International, an E-Steward Certified recycler.
The electronics recycling dropoff location on Saturday, March 23 is at the West Roxbury Public Works Yard, 315 Gardner St, West Roxbury, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.