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Agenda July 14, 2022

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Construction for a water main replacement project will soon begin on Cabot Rd. (from Chestnut St. to Exeter St.) and Amherst St. to improve the service and reliability of the municipal water distribution systems. The project will involve installation of new water mains, fire hydrants, and valves on Cabot Rd. and Amherst St. by the...

Town of Danvers | Program Supervisor  The Town of Danvers welcomes candidates to join our team as a Danvers Recreation Program Supervisor. This full-time position primarily supervises and plans enrichment activities for elementary-aged children in the after school Fun Club recreation program.  This position also oversees a summer recreational program in an administrator role and...

During the Municipal Light Board meeting held on June 28, 2022, the board discussed the electric rates for the remainder of the 2022 calendar year. The board decided there will be no change in the current electric rates and no increase will be applied. Danvers Electric is committed to providing reliable electric service for all...

Park Ranger | Department of Land Use & Community Services  The Town of Danvers welcomes candidates to join our team for the full-time, benefited position of Park Ranger in the Department of Land Use & Community Services. The Town of Danvers is a reputable Town on the North Shore, providing a supportive and welcoming environment...

Danvers, MA – The Town of Danvers announces a change in the outdoor water restrictions to Level 5 effective July 6, due to low flow in the Ipswich River, coupled with insufficient seasonal rainfall.   Level 5 drought conditions permit outdoor lawn & garden watering with hand-held hoses and cans ONLY, from 7:00 PM to 8:00...

The Water & Sewer Commissioners conducted a Public Hearing on the Water & Sewer rates on Thursday June 23, 2022.  After consideration, the Water & Sewer Commissioners, based on analysis and recommendations from staff, voted to increase the FY23 Water & Sewer rates by 3% and 3.5%, respectively, effective July 1, 2022. Under this model,...

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