The Town of Barrington held a public workshop for all attendees to share their thoughts on the future use of Lot 3A on George Street, part of the historic Nockum Hill Area that dates back to the founding of the Town. Director of Planning Philip Hervey began the workshop with and overview of the property, and Town Manager Jim Cunha opened discussion on the future of the site. Nathaniel Taylor, President of the Barrington Preservation Society, reports that money has been raised to perform an archaeological survey of the property and asked BPS member Van Edwards to introduce Archaeological and Historical Services archaeologist David Leslie who stated that a survey could be done over the next few weeks. Jason Lawrence, owner of the 1763 Allen-West House on Lot 3A, and Melissa Horne, Co-President of the Barrington Land Conservation Trust, expressed their agreement with the plan and the efforts to preserve the land. Click here for an 18-minute video of the overview presentation by Planning Director Philip Hervey and here for a 43-minute video of the discussion that followed the presentation.