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June 18, 2014

Merrimac News in Brief

Water Quality Reports available

Merrimac Water Department has released its Water Quality Report for the year 2013. The report was mailed to each customer with their June 1 electric bill. Copies of the report will also be made available at the Water Department office.

The report is an annual publication in response to customers’ need to know more about their drinking water. It contains information about where the drinking water comes from, what contaminants, if any, were detected during the last calendar year and any related health effects. For more information, contact the MWD office at 978-346-8311.

Church directory

A Merrimac Phone and Business Directory is published by the Merrimacport United Methodist Church each year. Those who are new to Merrimac, would like to list their cellphone number, or if contact information has changed should contact Len Bachelder at 978-346-8410 to update this information. Local business owners wishing to advertise may contact Bob Sanferrare at 978-346-4350 or Deadline is July 15. The directory will be available in September.

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