LYNNFIELD — As snow returned to Lynnfield several times over the past week, and ahead of cold temperatures and more forecasted snow, the Lynnfield Center Water District is asking residents to clear snow away from fire hydrants during and after storms.
LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Center Water District (LWCD) Board of Commissioners announce that they will continue discussing proposed upgrades to the Glen Drive Treatment Plant at their meeting this evening, and invite residents to attend the virtual session to learn more about the proposal.
IPSWICH — Director of Public Health Colleen Fermon urges residents to remain vigilant against the spread of COVID-19 as the community remains at high risk for the disease.
ROWLEY — Rowley officials are warning residents about a recent scam attempting to solicit money from residents on behalf of the Rowley Water Department and the Rowley Municipal Light Plant.
GEORGETOWN — Utility director Marlene Ladderbush reports that the Georgetown Water Department is working to conduct emergency water main repairs, resulting in a temporary service interruption for some customers. The Georgetown Water Department is conducting emergency repair work on a water main on Spofford Street this morning, resulting in an disruption to service for customers […]
GEORGETOWN — Utility director Marlene Ladderbush reports that the Georgetown Water Department is working to repair a water main break.
LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Center Water District (LWCD) Board of Commissioners announce that residents are invited to attend an informational presentation next week that will address multiple topics of interest to customers.
GEORGETOWN — Utility director Marlene Ladderbush wishes to remind residents to winterize all outdoor faucets and hoses during the winter months to protect their pipes and homes.
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Water Department announces that a leak detection survey will be conducted on hydrants throughout town this week, weather permitting.
LYNNFIELD — Superintendent John Scenna and the Lynnfield Center Water District (LWCD) Board of Commissioners would like to share information about proposed changes to the tax levy, which will be discussed at a virtual public hearing next week.