Arlington grapples with dozens of felled trees in microburst's wake
Award-winning court and crime reporter Laurel J. Sweet has been featured in the ABC miniseries "Boston 24/7" and the 9-11 documentary motion picture "Looking For My Brother." Arlington Town Manager Adam W. Chapdelaine met this morning with Public Works Director Michael Rademacher, as well as police and fire officials to discuss ongoing efforts to ... (more)
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#1 Jul 28, 2012
You would think any responsible government of a town operating after a microburst within the town would have at least someone at the Highway Department or DPW who would have the brains to at least unclog sewer drains in the town. But not Arlington.
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