DPW Lamb Street
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Mass EPA letter
in response to my inquiry 12-2-2016

Added 7/10/17
Evidence of Contamination
How many times do you have to landscape a property before you realize there's a problem?
Find Out Here
Safety Tips Warnings and Concerns
Lamb Thacher Ellis and Riverside
Olive Street - Wall Street Area

Added 7/7
Emails to Local Politicians and Their Responses
Betty Poirier - Paul Heroux - Richard Ross

Lots of rain on Friday 7/7 - read how this affects
Dodge Mill & Dodgeville Pond

Read the Letter
Letter mailed to Norfolk County Commissioners,
asking them to reconsider Timilty as Treasurer
Warning Letters November 2016
Read the warning letters mailed to
every major department in the city.
All Things Seekonk
Town Hall Letter - Drained Pond - New Landfill - Local Environmental Hazards
FB post to then Senator Timilty
FB post which includes satellite photography
and the emails that followed.

Contact city hall and
demand answers.

New posts are announced on FACEBOOK
Supplemental Information Available
Including photos of the DPW & river deterioration.
State Department Files
on the project 309 files in total.

First file is their own aerial imagery
use to compare with googles.

Mossberg Superfund Documents
Files Photos EPA

Short Clean-up Approval
Ledge/rock ISN'T on 101 Lamb St.
Try 132 Lamb St here .

Attleboro DPW Contaminated
North Attleboro

EPA MassDEP
Environmental Protection Agency Mass Department of Environmental Protection

Border Towns: North - Rehoboth - Plainville - Seekonk - Norton - Massachusetts - Cumberland - Pawtucket - Rhode Island

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attleboro water department

 

North Attleboro Get Involved!
It could have been your roads...

Contact city hall and demand answers.

 

North Attleborough [formerly a part of Attleborough] is an industrial town on the Rhode Island border. In pre-Colonial times, it was the site of the Bay Path, a major Indian trail to Narragansett Bay, the Seekonk River and Boston. John Woodcock and family established a small settlement in North Attleborough in 1669, which subsisted on agriculture, fishing and hunting. By 1670, Woodcock had received a license to open a tavern. The settlement was attacked during King Philip's War, with two killed and one home burned, but the Garrison house which Woodcock had built survived the attack. The Woodcock-Garrison house was used as sleeping quarters for George Washington on his army's march to Boston to rid the city of General Thomas Gage's troops. The Woodcock-Garrison house is still open for tours and is an especially popular destination for field trips by local school children.

By 1776, there were 2200 people living in North Attleborough. excerpted from wiki

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Introduction | Lamb Street Satellite Images | Letter to Seekonk Town Hall

TCE PCB Mercury Department of Public Works 101 Lamb St Attleboro Massachusetts

PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls | DPW News Articles & Information

Minimize Exposure To Contaminated Water In Your Home - Every Faucet

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