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Main Street Reconstruction Update: Starting work on water main and Town Common

May 6, 2019 08:47:30 AM
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The Town issued another update on the Main Street Reconstruction Project. Here’s the latest on work taking place this week.

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Main Street: Parkerville Rd tree clearing next to Burnett House takes some residents by surprise

April 24, 2019 12:25:03 PM
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Following up on complaints about tree clearing on the Main Street end of Parkerville Road.

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Main Street Reconstruction Update: Tree clearing and water work this week

April 22, 2019 02:00:15 PM
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The Town posted an update on Main St work scheduled for this week.

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Main St Update: Work scheduled to start soon; expect tree removals and drainage work

April 1, 2019 01:28:24 PM
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Work is slated to start on the Main Street Reconstruction project. I followed up with the DPW on some details related to trees.

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Public Works Updates: Main St, Paving, Guardrails, Rec fields, Town road projects, sidewalks, and more

November 14, 2018 01:22:28 PM
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An update by the Public Works one week ago covered a whole lot of ground.

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Main Street area updates: Reconstruction of Downtown Business Village; Night Work; state project delay, beautifying a corner, and more

June 20, 2018 04:21:40 PM
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Selectmen approved $1.2M in spending to extend the Main St Reconstruction project to the Downtown Business Village and make other connected improvements.

That’s part of five project updates I’m rounding up on what’s happening on Main Street and intersecting roads near downtown.

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Delayed Town projects: Updates on Main Street and Fayville Playground

May 15, 2018 07:40:44 AM

There are a couple of big Town projects that aren’t keeping to the schedules I previously shared with readers. So, I reached out to Public Works Superintendent Karen Galligan for some updates.

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Main Street update: “100% Plans” released; utility poles won’t be relocated

October 26, 2017 05:14:46 PM
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The Town of Southborough passed another milestone in it’s major reconstruction project for Main Street. Today, Public Works posted the “100% plans”.

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Public Works busy on roads: Chestnut Hill (2 way), Davis & Cordaville projects, Deerfoot issues, and Main Street

September 1, 2017 05:35:19 PM
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The DPW has a lot of road projects in the works. I have so many updates to share that it’s likely at least one project effects you.

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Selectmen on Main St Utility poles: More info needed before spending on Feasibility Study

August 10, 2017 08:38:40 AM
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Last night’s Board of Selectmen meeting included a presentation by David Parry on removing utility poles from Main Street. To Parry’s frustration, selectmen decided that more information is needed before they can consider ordering a feasibility study. And they continued to envision it as a potential future project, separate from Main Street reconstruction.

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Selectmen updated on proposal to relocate Main Street utility poles

July 25, 2017 01:47:08 PM
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Last week, the Board of Selectmen heard about David Parry’s proposal to move utility poles on Main Street. The discussion included some updates since the previous public meeting on the issue.

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Main St Design Working Group investigating potential contingency for moving utility poles (Updated-again)

July 20, 2017 12:47:04 PM
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Last week, the Main Street Design Working Group discussed David Parry’s proposal for a section of Main Street to be designed without utility poles. The group learned that it would likely need to be a separate project from the reconstruction of the Main Street area. But, they asked Public Works to investigate one area of potential overlap.

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Another look at removing utility poles from “historic” Main St area; potential Special Town Meeting (Updated)

June 28, 2017 03:00:00 PM
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This week, David Parry publicly presented his plan to bring the removal of utility poles from historic Main Street to Town Meeting voters.

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Moderator had indicated to Main St opponents he would accept motion to combine articles

October 21, 2016 02:17:40 PM
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It appears that the Town Moderator led Main Street opponents to believe that they would be allowed to ask voters to present their case at Town Meeting before a vote on Article 4.

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