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Five Corners Needs Area
On March 12th, Woodard and Curran presented the Selectmen with an update on the status of planning for Phase II of the Five Corners Sewer District and provided a review of the Phase I construction project.
August 8, 2017: Five Corners Sewer District Phase I and II Update to the Selectmen
On August 8, Woodard and Curran presented the Selectmen with an update on the status of planning for Phases I and II of the Five Corners Sewer District.
August and September 2015: Notice of Survey Work
In August and September of 2015, notification was mailed to all properties in the Five Corners Wastewater Needs Area regarding upcoming survey work in the area related to the sewer development.
August 17, 2015: Selectmen Approve Intermunicipal Agreement with the Town of Mansfield
On August 17, 2015, the Board of Selectmen of Easton unanimously approved an Intermunicipal Agreement between the Town of Easton and the Town of Mansfield for the purchase of up to 165,000 gallons of wastewater treatment capacity from Mansfield in association with the future construction of the Five Corners Sewer District. A copy of the final Intermunicipal Agreement is available by clicking here.
April 27, 2015: Discussion of Draft Intermunicipal Agreement with the Town of Mansfield Relating to the Five Corners Sewer Concept
On April 27, 2015 at a regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen's Meeting, Woodard and Curran reviewed a draft Contract for Wastewater Collection and Treatment Service between the Town of Mansfield and the Town of Easton with the Selectmen. This Intermunicipal Agrement (IMA) would allow Easton to purcahse up to 165,000 gallons of wastewater treatment capacity per day from Mansfield in the future to bring sewer infrastructure to the Five Corners Area. Draft warrant articles 23 and 24 are related to this project and can be viewed in the draft Annual Town Meeting warrant.
January 5, 2015: Presentation - A Conceptual Overview and Introduction to Sewering the Five Corners Area via Connection to Mansfield
This presentation, provided by Woodard and Curran at a regularly scheduled Board of Selectmen's Meeting on Monday, January 5, 2015, gives a long-range conceptual overview of the possibility of sewering the Five Corners area by connecting to a regional wastewater treatment facility located in Mansfield, Massachusetts.