Where did those millstones at the Town Park come from? Click on the picture for the story.
Special “Overage” Trash Bags for Hopedale
Effective May 1, 2023, E.L. Harvey & Sons will only be collecting trash and recyclables from the E.L. Harvey & Sons designated trash and recycling totes. Residents who cannot place all their trash bags in the Harvey tote will need to use the special Hopedale blue trash bags. E.L. Harvey will not be collecting from other totes or other trash bags.
The blue Hopedale trash bags may be purchased at the following locations:
Town Hall General Offices, Hopedale
Cumberland Farms, Hopedale
Market Basket, Bellingham
Whole Foods, Bellingham
Shaw’s Market, Milford
Stop & Shop, Milford
The cost of the blue 33-gallon Hopedale trash bags is $7.50 per roll; each roll contains 5 trash bags. This is a new system and the Board of Health asks for your patience and cooperation. For questions, please contact the Board of Health Office.
Click here for more information on trash and recycling in Hopedale.
From an email sent by Elizabeth Reilly on March 8. Click on the message to see the rest of it. It’s at the bottom of a long page of news articles and emails on this matter.
The snow that fell on March 13 – 15 didn’t amount to more than an inch or two in Hopedale, but you didn’t have to go far to the northwest to reach an area that had 20 inches or more.
From the Center for Science in the Public Interest.
In additon to the elimination of the Council on Aging, if the override doesn’t pass, the Bancroft Library will be closed and the Park Department won’t be funded.