Thursday, September 15th, the Title & Conveyancing
Committee will be holding New
Season, New Session: What We Can Expect from the State House This
Fall, where the legislative counsel to the Real Estate Bar
Association will discuss bills that will be considered next session.
Now we know its not fall yet (last day of summer is September 22!)
but just like this event, BBA Week wants to preview the
upcoming season, so we asked:
"What do you like most about fall in New
you would like to respond to a future Voices of the
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Eric Fullerton at email@example.com.
James Peloquin - Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch
"This is a close call, but ultimately
an easy one. Many would say there is no better weather
in this region than on a beautiful Fall day with crisp,
dry air. Add foliage season (particularly in Northern
New England) and I agree that being outdoors this time of year
can't be beat. However, as far as I'm concerned, what is
best about the Fall is something uniquely New
England........our own New England Patriots! Are you
ready for some football??"
Samantha Rothaus – Desmond, Strang &
"My favorite thing about fall in New England
is how vibrant a season it is. The laziness of summer begins
to disappear along with its heat and humidity. My idea of a
perfect day is a sunny early October day with just a little
chill, leaves just beginning to change, and that distinctive
smell of autumn in the air. It makes me want to go apple and
pumpkin picking (and then make lots of pie)!"
Thomas Mackie – Mackie Shea
"Fall in New England means the crunch and
earthy aroma of fallen leaves under foot; Saturday afternoon
football games under brisk blue skies; bittersweet wreathes
and wondering what our kids are up to at college."
Rachel Chase – Choate Hall & Stewart
"One of my favorite things about fall in New
England is the apple cider donuts from Honey Pot Hill
Ross J. Venables - Burden &
"For me it is the weather. After a long,
hot and humid summer, there is nothing better than a little
chill in the air and the first smell of chimney smoke. It is
also wonderful when the temperature inside Middlesex Probate
and Family Court drops below 98 degrees."
Elena Tsizer - Law Office of Elena Tsizer
"The colors, the foliage, the cooler weather, the
approaching holidays – of course. But what I like MOST
about autumn in general is that every September I remember
that I NEVER have to go to school again!"