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George, et al. v. National Water Main Cleaning Company, et al. (Lawyers Weekly No. 10-110-17)

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ROBERT GEORGE & others[1]  vs.  NATIONAL WATER MAIN CLEANING COMPANY & others.[2]

Suffolk.     February 14, 2017. – June 26, 2017.

Present:  Gants, C.J., Lenk, Hines, Gaziano, Lowy, & Budd, JJ.

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Certification of a question of law to the Supreme Judicial Court by the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts. read more

Posted by Stephen Sandberg - June 26, 2017 at 2:48 pm

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Street Cleaning Begins Bostonwide on April 1st

Check your signs in March.

Street sweeping in Boston is back Bostonwide starting as of April 1st.

This year, many Boston neighborhoods will see a different daily schedule to better align with trash and recycling days, a pilot program that started in the South End last year. Street sweeping in the South End officially began on March 1st, although winter weather kept the program from starting until the end of the month. 

“Keeping Boston’s neighborhoods clean is a top priority of mine, as well as our residents,” Mayor Menino said. “These schedule changes will allow us to clean streets in a way that improves our operations and maximizes the benefits of sweeping. I look forward to seeing our neighborhoods shine once again this spring.”

The neighborhoods most affected by the new street sweeping schedule will be Jamaica Plain and most of Dorchester and Mission Hill.  The city says aligning street sweeping with trash days will will provide cleaner streets and a reduction in rodent food sources. There are 6,500 new signs posted in those neighborhoods.  read more

Posted by Stephen Sandberg - April 1, 2013 at 9:14 am

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