Tuesday, November 28, 2006
The city has hired Peabody-based engineering firm Weston & Sampson to conduct a wastewater system expansion study for the town.
The study is intended to identify the areas where the need to expand the sewer system is greatest and where the expansion is most practical, said Stephen Soma, director of the Department of Public Works.
The four areas being considered are around Glen Avenue, and Plain, Grove and Stoddard streets. The study will provide basic cost and design analysis, said Laurie Toscano, senior engineer for Weston & Sampson, to help town officials make future decisions about expanding service.
-- Charlie Russo