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Easton Center Needs Area
Updated 1/29/2018 - Construction
The Easton Center Needs Area (Queset) sewer system infrastructure expansion was approved at Annual Town Meeting on May 18, 2015. The Queset sewer expansion project will install sewer infrastructure along Washington Street, approximately from Easton Plaza to the intersection of Washington and Belmont Street, as well as from Washington Street to portions of Belmont Street, Central Street, Plymouth Drive, and County Lane. Construction is expected start Spring 2018 and continue through the end of the year. Woodard & Curran is the Engineer and A.J. Virgilio Construction, Inc. is the Contractor.
Easton Center Needs Area (Queset) - Project Area Map
Easton Center Needs Area (Queset) - Construction Drawings
Property Owners: If you own a property which is being serviced by this project, please complete and return the sewer service information form, which was direct mailed to all properties and all property owners in late January 2018. Additional forms can be accessed here: Sewer Service Information Form. This form is necessary to allow your sewer service pipe to be installed at the correct location along your property line. You can also email the completed form direct to Ben Rogers at email@example.com. If you have any questions, or need assistance in filling out the form, please do not hesitate to contact Ben Rogers at 1-781-613-3316 or firstname.lastname@example.org. During construction, the Resident Project Representative (RPR) may request access to your home to help locate your existing sewer line / septic pipe. This site will be updated with the RPR’s contact information shortly before construction begins. Anyone requesting access to your property will have a Town-issued ID, and this website will be updated with a list of approved contractors.
March 6, 2017: PowerPoint Presentation and Update on Queset Sewer District Timeline
October 17, 2016: Update on Queset Sewer District re: Estimated Costs and Betterment Assessments
Woodard and Curran will present an update to the Sewer Commissioners at their October 17, 2016 meeting. Meeting materials are available here.
(Update) December 21, 2015: Update on Queset Sewer District re: Request for Inclusion in District
On December 21, 2015, Woodard and Curran briefed the Board of Selectmen on the feasability and potential costs associated with expanding the Preliminary Quest Sewer District to include Eisenhower Drive and surrounding residential streets following a request for inclusion submitted by many residents in that area. Woodard and Curran's findings are available in this memo.
There will be a public information session regarding the above findings on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 6:00 pm at Frothingham Hall, 15 Barrows Street, Easton, MA.
June 29, 2015: Public Meeting and Update on the Queset Sewer District
On June 29, Woodard and Curran were present to give an update to the public on the Queset Sewer District. The full presentation is available here.
June 2, 2015: Direct Mailing to Preliminary Queset Sewer District and Abutters - Invitation to Selectmen's Meeting Discussing the Sewer District
On June 2, 2015, an invitation was mailed to all property owners currently in, or abutting, the preliminary Queset Sewer District inviting them to attend a public information session on June 29, 2015 at Frothingham Hall. Woodard and Curran will be present to provide an overview of what the next steps are in the wake of Town Meeting approval of this project. The information session details are below:
Monday, June 29, 2015 at 8:15 pm
15 Barrows Street
Easton, MA 02356
May 18, 2015: Town Meeting Approves Four Articles Related to the Queset Sewer District and the Five Corners Sewer District
At the 2015 Annual Town Meeting, voters approved four articles related to the Queset Sewer District (funding of purchasing capacity from a WWTF and for design, permitting, and construction of a sewer system) and Five Corners Sewer District (Approval of funding for an Inter-municipal Agreement with the Town of Mansfield and design and permitting of a sewer system). These Articles, numbers 20 - 23, are available here.
April 29, 2015: Public Information Session to Discuss the Preliminary Queset Sewer District
On April 29, 2015, the Town of Easton held a televised public information session to discuss the Preliminary Queset Sewer District. All property owners with property in or abutting the preliminary district were invited via mail to this meeting. The focus of this meeting was to bring property owners who may potentially benefit / be impacted by this sewer project up to speed with all of the information currently available. Woodard and Curran were present to provide a presentation detailing the selection of the parcels within the preliminary district, potential funding and construction timelines, as well as an in depth discussion about the financing of projects such as this through betterment assessments. The full presentation is available online by clicking here.
For full video coverage of the meeting, click play below:
April 16, 2015: Direct Mailing to Preliminary Queset Sewer District and Abutters - Invitation to Public Information Session
On April 16, 2015, an invitation was mailed to all property owners currently in, or abutting, the preliminary Queset Sewer District inviting them to attend a public information session on April 29, 2015 at Frothingham Hall. The information session details are below:
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 6:30 pm
15 Barrows Street
Easton, MA 02356
March 30, 2015: Presentation and Submission of Report - Future Sewering of Queset Commerical District
On Monday, March 30th, Woodard and Curran provided the Board of Selectmen with the Queset Commericial District Concept Feasibility Study and Report, outlining potential sewer concepts for the Queset District. This report was accompanied with the following powerpoint presentation.
Click here for a map of the recommended parcels to be included in the Queset Sewer District. PLEASE NOTE: this map is preliminary and is NOT final. It is subject to change at the discretion of the Board of Selectmen / Sewer Commissioners.
The Queset District sewer concepts co-incide with the Planning Board's ongoing considerations of re-zoning the Route 138 and Belmont Street corridor. To learn more about the potential zoning changes in this distrct, visit the Planning Department's zoning page.