Milford-Franklin-Bellingham Brace For...

Milford-Franklin-Bellingham Brace For Drainage Regs

There are 1 comment on the Http story from May 20, 2010, titled Milford-Franklin-Bellingham Brace For Drainage Regs. In it, Http reports that:

State Rep. John Fernandes, D-Milford, wants to see clean water in the Charles River; but not at the expense of putting companies in Milford, Franklin and Bellingham out of business.

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Professor Bellinghammer

Canterbury, CT

#1 Jun 8, 2010
I'm curious to see how this will impact contractors who service the Bellingham and Franklin area.
I'm thinking about contractors such as these:
And Driveway Pavers such as these:
And Plumbers such as these:
The impact of all this could be pretty extensive. I guess all we can do is wait and see. In the mean time lets hope people keep their jobs and by people I mean working people not the politicians!

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