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Rights-of-Way Spraying Activities on Public Roads are regulated by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources.  Holyoke’s Conservation Commission is charged with reviewing the location of sensitive resource areas – like wetlands and vernal pools – to make sure spraying is at least 10 feet away from these sensitive areas.  Every year, each agency responsible for maintaining their public ways will submit a draft management plan – a Yearly Operational Plan – to MDAR for their review.  A public comment period is a requirement for each of these YOPs.

The following agencies/entities of YOPs under review

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