EAST BRIDGEWATER — The East Bridgewater Board of Selectmen is proud to announce that two local businesses will soon be hooked into the town’s sewer lines, serving to expand the commercial opportunities in the town.
EAST BRIDGEWATER — In preparation for this evening’s potentially significant snowfall, Director John B. Haines and the East Bridgewater Department of Public Works remind residents to follow the advice of the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and their “Don’t Crowd the Plow” campaign.
East Bridgewater Department of Public Works Reminds Residents of Upcoming Fee Increase for Curbside Trash and Recycling Services
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Department of Public Works Director John Haines would like to remind residents that an increase of the annual fee for East Bridgewater’s curbside trash and recycling program is set to go into effect at the start of next month.
East Bridgewater Police Building Project Allows Hands-On Learning Experience for Southeastern Regional Students
Students from Southeastern Regional Vocational Technical High School are working on building a new garage for the East Bridgewater Police Department.
East Bridgewater DPW Notifies Residents of Upcoming Roadwork at 5-Leg Intersection on Plymouth Street (Route 106)
Department of Public Works Director John B. Haines would like to notify residents of upcoming roadwork at the five-leg intersection that connects Plymouth Street (Route 106) with Washington Street, Old Plymouth Street, Davenport Road and Murray Road.
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that the Board of Selectmen have recently approved making the intersection of Belmont Street and Summer Street a four-way stop.
Director John B. Haines reports that the East Bridgewater Department of Public works is working to repair a water main break near the intersection of Bedford Street (Route 18) and West Street (Route 106).
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that they are continuing efforts to address safety issues at multiple intersections in town.
East Bridgewater Police and Department of Public Works Take Action to Address Safety at Intersection
Police Chief Scott Allen and Department of Public Works Director John Haines report that they are actively working to address the intersection of Plymouth and Washington streets, where two crashes have occurred in the past 24 hours.
Department of Public Works Director John B. Haines is pleased to announce that the East Bridgewater DPW recently completed a project to replace a retaining wall at the John L. Silva Athletic Complex and is continuing to make improvements to the snack stand.