Mandatory Water Restriction in Hamilton

Water use is limited.

Sprinkler. Credit: Patch file photo
Sprinkler. Credit: Patch file photo
Officials in Hamilton declared a mandatory water ban, effective June 25.  

For three consecutive days, the Ipswich River fell below levels necessary to protect stream flow for aquatic life and to ensure a sustainable drinking water supply.  

All outside mechanical watering is prohibited.  Hand held watering only between the hours of 8 p.m. to 8 a.m.  These restrictions require that residents limit all non-essential water use.
Jazelle LaMare June 30, 2014 at 01:34 PM
Yeah, the New Real Estate Bills should have the same Spending Restricitons attached to them as we see with Water Restrictions. In this area, we don't have a water problem, we have a water retention problem. Relative to the towns spending, we don't have a revenue problem, we have Spending problems. Put the Same Resrictions on the Towns Spending as they Impose upon us, "We The People". When will the Workers who produce start pushing back against Spending. When will new ideas for new revenues, business based ideas, such as what we have witnessed in the Town of Lynnfield and the Andovers. Hamilton seems to be behind the curve on all bonding and development issues of our times. It's time to get with the 21st century folks.


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