MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Rep. William Straus (10th Bristol) are pleased to share that the Town of Marion will receive an additional $500,000 through the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to assist in funding the town’s ongoing lagoon lining project.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail and Rep. William Straus (10th Bristol) are pleased to share that the Town of Marion will receive $250,000 in state capital project funds through the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to assist in funding the town’s ongoing lagoon lining project. The town was notified of the funding by Rep. Straus today.
MARION — Town Administrator James McGrail reports that the ongoing boil water order will continue to remain in effect until further notice for all those who utilize Marion municipal water.
Marion Fire Department Awarded Over $20,000 in State Grant Funding to Protect Local Coastline from Oil Spills
MARION – Chief Brian Jackvony is pleased to announce that the Marion Fire Department has been awarded over $20,000 in grants by the Baker-Polito Administration from the Massachusetts Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act (MOSPRA) Trust Fund.
DANVERS — Superintendent Heidi Riccio is pleased to announce that Essex Tech has been awarded $28,700 through the Department of Environmental Protection’s Massachusetts Electric Vehicle Incentive Program.
Town Administrator Thomas G. Younger, Fire Chief and Acting Emergency Management Director Matthew Grafton, Water and Sewer Director Robert Radigan and Board of Health Agent John Fralick announce that the town of Stoneham has lifted its boil water order Saturday morning.
The Lake Mansfield Improvement Task Force is pleased to announce that Great Barrington has earned a state grant to help improve the lake’s water quality.
MAYNARD – Town Administrator Kevin Sweet announces that he will be meeting with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) and town representatives next week to discuss the cause and corrective action regarding elevated levels of Trihalomethanes (TTHMs) in the town’s drinking water.
Maynard Water is SAFE for Drinking, Cooking, Bathing and all Other Uses. Town Working with State Officials on Next Steps to Ensure Lower Levels of This Chemical, which is a Byproduct of Water Cleansing Process