From the DPW:
The Town of Maynard, through its contractor Lazaro Paving Corp anticipates paving the above streets beginning this Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 7:00am. The contract will post signs before the actual work is to commence on poles, cones or barrels to be stationed throughout the limits of the construction. Following the notifications/sign posting, the work may begin as early as 7:00am.
If weather does not permit or if there is a problem with equipment or scheduling, the work will commence on the following work day. Please remove all parked vehicles from streets by 7:00am. Any parked vehicles that interfere with construction will be towed at the owner’s expense.
During the paving access to and from residence may be restricted or delayed. Road will remain open to all emergency vehicles and school buses.
Should any damage to curbs or driveway aprons occur or if drainage problems evolve as a result of construction or should you have specific questions or concerns, please call the Department of Public Works at (978) 897-1317. The DPW wants to thank you in advance for your cooperation and patience.
The Maynard Police dispatch log for 09/01/14 to 09/07/14 is not available.
The dispatch logs for the periods of 8/18/14 to 8/24/14 and 8/25/14 to 8/31/14 are now available.
On Thursday, September 4th, a blood drive will be held at the Maynard Elks. Please see the flyer for more details.
Every day more than one million people fall victim to cybercrimes. The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) is pleased to collaborate with Symantec to get the word out about resources for cybercrime victims. Please visit our new website www.VictimVoice.org and forward to anyone who has concerns about cybercrime.
VictimVoice.org allows users to file a complaint about an online crime directly with the Internet Crime Complaint Center. It also includes a wealth of resources related to cybercrimes, including prevention tips and steps to take if victimized.
The Maynard Police Dispatch Log for 8/11/14 to 8/17/14 is now available.
Police Chief Mark W. Dubois, Fire Chief Anthony Stowers, and Town Administrator Kevin Sweet wish to convey their gratitude to Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian and his office for putting together last week’s highly-successful Youth Public Safety Academy.
Police and fire crews from the towns, as well as the Sheriff’s office, worked with 163 cadets to introduce them to public safety. There were trucks and police cars, K-9 demonstrations, SWAT Team presentations, and fire department and emergency medical demonstrations throughout the week.
Please see the press release for more information including photos.
The Municipal Lots in the Triangle will be seal-coated Sunday night, August 17th.
No one will be able to park in these lots after 5 PM on the 17th. Cars parked in these lots after 5 PM will be towed at the owner’s expense.
This includes the Summer Street Lot, the lower deck lot, and the entire ‘Basin’ between Main and Nason and Summer Streets.
The seal-coating will occur in the evening and overnight. The lots will be re-opened by 6 AM Monday morning.
The water main break has been repaired and Summer Street is open.