The recycling center will open on Sundays beginning next month from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. through November, a change the Town Council pushed hard for.
The town still has to get the staff in place, and adding the new hours at the 455 Beaver St. center will cost roughly $2,200, which will likely come from the sale of permits.Continue reading the full article in the Milford Daily News
After a decade of waiting, interspersed with numerous meetings and design updates, the initial improvements to the downtown will finally begin this month with roadwork on Lincoln and Main streets.
Throughout the summer, construction crews with Walsh Contracting, the project manager hired by the state Department of Transportation, will install new drainage infrastructure and start a full reconstruction of the roadways.
Delays and detours during the daytime hours are expected as the work progresses. A construction superintendent will notify residents who live along the streets when crews are working in front of their homes.Continue reading the full article in the Milford Daily News
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