Unless of course you are an evil developer
It must be a monumental coincidence but it seems every time someone wants to do a development bigger than a breadbox on undeveloped land, neighbors are suddenly concerned with sacred box turtles, grasshopper sparrows or Indian burial grounds.
And of course those of us who grew up on The Amityville Horror know full well you don't mess with long dead Native American warriors. Especially if you live in a town named after Lord Jeffery Amherst.
The controversial solar array project proposed for the idyllic hilltown of Shutesbury was on hold until the their Planning Board hears back from an expert archaeologist hired to study the mysterious mounds found on the forested property.
Turns out they were just root balls from trees toppled by the ghosts of New England weather.
Hadley, our farm community next door, had no problems with this solar array on E. Hadley Road