Movement is on to save ‘Lucille Ball Pond’ in two NJ towns

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DICK BRENNAN / CBS – Lucille Ball, the iconic comedic actress, never lived in two New Jersey towns that border each other, but those municipalities are fighting to keep a Lucille Ball namesake from disappearing.

It’s a 20,000-year-old pond, and developers could be destroying it to make way for new homes. The communities, however, aren’t taking this one sitting down, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported Monday.

Everyone still loves Lucy — sweet, even after all these years.

Neighbors in two towns adore Ball so much, they even named a pond after her. It’s located in Edison, on the border of Metuchen …

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