Georgetown, MA Looks To Maintain Rural Feel

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Georgetown, Massachusetts plans to hold on to its rural feel over the next 15 years, according to a February 25, 2007 article in The Boston Globe about the community approximately 40 minutes north of Boston.

"First settled by Europeans in the 1600s, Georgetown had a variety of industries in succeeding centuries but is now primarily a bedroom community.

"Some 25 percent of the town is public land , including the 1,100-acre Georgetown-Rowley State Forest, with trails for walking, biking, and horseback riding, part of the Crane Pond Wildlife Management Area, and Pentucket Pond."

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