WINTHROP — Interim Town Manager Terence Delehanty wishes to inform residents that the Town of Winthrop is taking several steps to monitor and address lower than usual chlorine levels in the water system.
WINTHROP — Interim Town Manager Terence Delehanty wishes to alert residents that the Town is flushing fire hydrants as part of standard maintenance that helps keep water quality at the highest levels.
WINTHROP — Town Manager Austin Faison reports that the Town of Winthrop’s Department of Public Works is working to correct an issue that has resulted in an interruption in water service in town.
WESTPORT — Superintendent Gary Reese is pleased to report that the district has completed its manganese remediation in the drinking fountains at the Macomber School after several years of work.
HULL — Superintendent Michael F. Devine reports that the gas at Memorial Middle School has been temporarily cut off while an old pipe is replaced.
ROWLEY — The Rowley Water Department, on behalf of the Rowley Water Commission, and the Rowley Police Department report that, due to a water main break, water service is temporarily shut off in parts of town.
SOMERSET — Testing has confirmed that the water in Somerset is safe to consume. The boil water advisory is now lifted. Residents are advised that they may use water for all intended purposes without boiling.
GROVELAND — Superintendent Colin Stokes and the Groveland Water and Sewer Department report that the temporary outdoor watering restriction put in place early Monday has been lifted.
Town of Randolph and Town of Holbrook are under a town-wide boil water order after an issue at the Randolph/Holbrook Joint Water Treatment Plant.
Holbrook Residents Asked to Conserve Water Following Mechanical Issue at Joint Water Treatment Plant
For Immediate Release Thursday, June 6, 2019 Contact: Benjamin Paulin Phone: 781-428-3299 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Holbrook Residents Asked to Conserve Water Following Mechanical Issue at Joint Water Treatment Plant HOLBROOK — Holbrook Department of Public Works Superintendent Christopher Pellitteri and Chief William Smith report that, due to a mechanical issue at the Holbrook Randolph Joint Water […]