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By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ––––––––––––––––– NEWBURYPORT – Moving to Newburyport to open 17 State Street, a new restaurant downtown here, and closing her Cathy's Country Kitchen in Rowley after 18 years have taken a toll on Cathy Moulton. Her niece, Erinn Parsons, came into the small office in the back of the new 80-seat restaurant one day last week with an important question for Moulton. “Can I get you some lunch? You haven't eaten.” Asked if it was part of her job to make sure her aunt eats, Parsons said yes, it was part of every staff member's job. Moulton, who often forgets to eat Photo by Stewart Lytle and has lost weight, has renovated Cathy Moulton at the counter in her new 17 State Street restaurant. the 3,000 square feet of space once

occupied by the Fowle's newsstand and its accompanying sofa fountain and cafe. She opened the new retrolooking restaurant three weeks ago. “It has been going very well,” she said. “We have been welcomed very graceously.” She said old customers from Rowley, curious tourists, a lot of new people and some locals have come in to check out the new restaurant. That welcome was not always assured. There was considerable angst – she calls it controversy – over a new owner taking over the old Fowle's News space, which had been an institution operating on State Street since 1903. Moulton, who was raised on Plum Island as the eldest of five Continued on page 3

Pastor Has Inspiration in Bringing Church Service to the Beach

SALISBURY BEACH – Dr. Bruce Boria, pastor of the large Bethany Church in Greenland, NH, was not so sure he had the energy or the strength to bring his Christian ministry to the people of Salisbury Beach. “I was tired. I knew it was going to be a lot of work,” he thought as he drove away from the Blue Ocean Music Hall here. He had been meeting with local people, including a parishioner, Tom Saab, a local real estate investor, and with music hall executives about holding five church services on Sunday mornings this month and next at the music hall. The services here would be in addition to his ministry to about 2,000 people who come to Bethany Church on Sundays and to his

By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ––––––––––––––––– ministry at a satellite church in Raymond, NH. But as he was facing his doubts, he saw one of the largest and most attractive buildings at the beach. The two-story columned building housed the Ten's Show Club, an adult entertainment bar, about 100 yards from the music hall. He thought about how Jesus took his ministry to the sinners. And he thought, if the people who own that club can make it happen at the beach, “who am I not to try?” Boria said his mission is to take the Christian gospel to the people of New England. His ministry, since 2003 at Bethany Church, has attracted people from throughout Photo by Stewart Lytle New Hampshire and the North From left are Christine and Katherine Connell, Karyn Green, Scott Shore of Massachusetts. Continued on page 3

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Kid's Day in the Park Gets Better Every Year!

The Market Street Baptist, the Rock Church Amesbury (previously First United Methodist),140 Main Street and the Friendship Baptist Church Youth Group from Litchfield, CT are thankful to the City of Amesbury for allowing us the privilege of being a part of the "Kid's Day in the Park" on Thursday, June 28. It is our fifth year setting up inflatable obstacle course and bouncy house, giving out free popcorn and sno-cones with the help of volunteers from the three churches and connected with local families. We have made it our goal to provide a safe and fun environment for families to enjoy the day together at no cost to them or the town. We'd like to thank the many volunteers for their participation, enthusiasm and team work; to those who donated funds, items, equipment and transportation; to Vermettes Supermarket, Pond Street, Amesbury for donating ice for sno-cones; to Boy Scouts Troop 4 of Market Marc Maravalli, B.S., R.Ph. Street Baptist Church for the loan of their tents; to Fuller's Menswear, Main Street, Amesbury for printing T-shirts and to the Amesbury's Publisher/Editor, The Town Common Letters to the Editor provide Recreation’s Director Kathleen Crowley for coordinating the event. We want to thank the teens and adults from the Friendship Baptist a useful way of communicating Church for making the trip from Connecticut to work with us. We are looking forward to another "Kid's Day" of fun in 2013. concerns, issues, or suggestions to all members of the community. The Town Common encourages all citizens to submit letters concerning issues of interest and concern to the local community. Letters selected for publication may be edited for length and clarity. Some letters may serve as a catalyst for other articles or coverage, and community leaders and agencies will be offered an opportunity to respond to letters concerning their areas of responsibility. All letters must be signed and include a daytime telephone number. Letters may be submitted to:

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Support to Relocate the Amesbury Department of Public Works

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We are writing to support the bond bill to relocate the Department of Public Works facility from Water St. to 39 Hunt Road. This project is vital to the future economic growth of Amesbury and will contribute significantly to improving the quality of life in the City, creating jobs and broadening the tax base. It is consistent with the long term growth strategy of Amesbury, defined in the Master Plan, to locate new development in the city center near public and private amenities, including transportation. The new development encouraged by this move will more than pay for the cost of the project. Thanks to the City Council, the Mayor and Rob Desmarais for their hard work on revisiting this project and coming up with a less costly but equally desirable alternative. The relocation of the DPW is critical to the continued advancement of other projects in the Lower Millyard. The Transportation Center is nearly complete. The Amesbury Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Amesbury Carriage Museum, have proposed a museum, visitors' center and artists' lofts for the building adjacent to the old DPW building. The City has proposed and is seeking outside funding for a park on the land adjacent to that at the corner of the Back and Powow Rivers. The City is also working to extend the Riverwalk from The Editor Main St. to Water St. The City is working to expand the parking garage, which will provide sorely needed parking for the downtown. The c/o The Town Common Carriage Mills building has a long term expansion plan, with a significant tenant to occupy a $3 million expansion. The Bartley land has 77 Wethersfield St. a mixed use development under proposal. The old mill buildings at 1-25 Oakland St. have enormous development potential. Funding for Rowley, MA 01969 or via e-mail to: these projects is contingent on the DPW relocation, and all will advance more quickly once the DPW is relocated. editor@thetowncommon.com. These projects will provide economic development of $50 million, and has the potential to add as much as $90 million to Amesbury's tax base over the next ten years. At the current tax rate, this results in $1.8 million in added tax revenue per year. The bond payments for the The Town Common deadline DPW project will be about $400,000. Even if the future development is less than half of the projected amount, the project is more than is 5pm Wednesday (except when a federal holiday necessitates an paid for by the increased revenues. This is a unique opportunity to take an underutilized part of Amesbury and create a completely new neighborhood. Amesbury desperately earlier deadline). needs to expand its tax base in order to remain viable into the future. This redevelopment will contribute significantly to the future stability The Town Common of Amesbury's tax base. The long term result will be lower real estate taxes, not higher. serves the communities of the The relocation comes at a good time because the cost of construction and the cost of financing are both at historic lows. In several years, Upper North Shore of Mass. & this will look like a very smart Coastal New Hampshire and decision. Construction costs welcomes your participation. Send your Organization or Group will only grow higher. The size Notices, Birth or Engagement of this debt will seem miniscule Announcements, Photos, Articles and compared to the economic Letters to the Editor, by mail, phone, fax, or e-mail to: 77 Wethersfield St., development and growth that it Rowley, MA 01969 promotes. Phone: 978-948-8696 The bottom line is that Fax: 978-948-2564 now is the time for the City E-mail: news@thetowncommon.com to step forward and make the infrastructure investments that The Town Common will serve Amesbury for decades to come. As the economy Marc Maravalli, Publisher / Editor editor@thetowncommon.com improves, Amesbury will be well Graphic Design Services positioned for growth, and these graphics@thetowncommon.com projects will promote stability in Advertising Opportunities advertise@thetowncommon.com City finances. The question is not Event and Announcement Submissions whether Amesbury can afford to events@thetowncommon.com do this project. The issue is that 77 Wethersfield Street Amesbury cannot afford not to Rowley, MA 01969-1713 Phone: (978) 948-8696 do this project. Fax: (978) 948-2564 www.thetowncommon.com

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Pastor Has Inspiration in Bringing Church Service to the Beach

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His goal, he said: “We want to raise the spiritual landscape of New England.” The New York-born pastor came to New Hampshire in large part because the state ranks 49th in church attendance. Massachusetts ranks a bit higher because of its strong Catholic churches, he said. In New England, churches have been failing for years with declining memberships. Some churches have been sold and turned into residences. Others are now restaurants. “We wanted to turn this restaurant (the Blue Ocean Music Hall) into a church,” said Karyn Green, the director of communications for the Bethany Church. Boria agreed. “We want to go where the people are,” he said. He hasn't had much trouble finding people at the beach. He and his team of volunteers are working the beach, the shops, the restaurants and bars in this popular

seaside community on Saturdays, inviting beachgoers to the first service last Sunday and urging them to join in worshipping Jesus between frolicking in the sand and surf, listening to concerts, watching the paddleboarding events, eating pizza and drinking beer. This weekend the beach will be crowded with the Surf Music & Brew Fest on the beach for the weekend. Surf rocker Donovan Frankenreiter, the Jimmy Buffett tribute band Changes in Latitudes and local favorite Dead Air Project will draw a crowd. The first-ever Surf Music & Brew Fest will happen on Saturday afternoon on the 8,000 square-foot ocean-front deck at SurfSide5, a few feet from the music hall. On Saturday night, hours before it turns into a church, the Blue Ocean Music Hall will feature Frankenreiter, a California-based singer/songwriter and pro surfer. Boria thinks he can compete.

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kitchen. But she has not continued to sell newspapers and magazines because “there is really no business there.” Moulton was offered the space by Ann Lagasse, who heads Newburyport Development, which owns the building. Lagasse, who was looking to fill the space after the two previous tenants opted not to renew their lease, had eaten often at Cathy's in Rowley and thought her style of food would work well on State Street. The timing was perfect. Moulton had lost her lease for her popular breakfast and lunch place at Rowley Crossroads and was looking to move. “After 18 years, it was time,” she said. Opening the restaurant has created a lot of frantic days. “This one has actually been fairly calm,” she said. She hoped it would be a harbinger of things to come when the challenges will ease in opening a new restaurant and hiring new staff, including a “wonderful” new manager Heather Paterson, to blend with those employees who came

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For the rest of us who don’t live in Cleveland, or read the Cleveland Plain Dealer on-line, we got our story from the national news media. All I heard was that dental x-rays cause brain tumors. As a consumer and someone concerned about my health it raised an eyebrow. As a dentist I knew there was more to the story. Here are the facts as presented by Dr. Messina: How common are the brain tumors? (Six per 100,000) How did the researchers find a link between dental x-rays and brain tumors? (They asked people with brain tumors to remember how many x-rays they had over their lifetime) Is there a problem with this type of study? (Yes, it'’ called “recall bias”) Are dental x-rays different today than they were even 10 years ago? (Yes, the amount of radiation in current dental radiography is dramatically less than in years past) What should patients do with this information? (Talk to their dentist about any concerns so that their dentist can give them accurate information and reassure them) While there is strong evidence that ionizing radiation may cause cancer, the question remains whether low doses lead to an increase in risk. Regarding dental x-rays, the effective dose is far below the yearly exposure received from natural background radiation. In the case of brain tumors, the cerebral

(brain) region is not even in the primary radiation field of most dental x-rays. This was not even considered in the study. Where do we go from here? If you are in the approximately 50% of the population that does not see a dentist on a regular basis, this information does not mean that much. If you are in the other 50% that understand that oral health means so much more than having your teeth cleaned or a tooth filled, I would recommend the ALARA rule (as low as reasonably achievable). Dental radiographs are a safe, essential and effective tool in identifying dental decay, gum disease, pathology, as well as monitoring proper growth and development. As a society it is my hope that we are willing to move past the skimming of all the information that is available to us and ask questions when things relate to us. We (dentists) as a profession will continue to work towards educating our patients and providing the safest, most effective care. Dr. St. Clair maintains a private dental practice in Rowley and Newburyport dedicated to health-centered family dentistry. If there are certain topics you would like to see written about or questions you have please email them to him at jpstclair@dentalhealthforlife.com. You can view all previously written columns at www.jpeterstclairdentistry.com/blog.


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