Hingham rotary overhaul gets state money
On a visit expected to highlight a state-funded dredging project and a visit to Hingham Square, Governor Deval Patrick brought along an unexpected $2.4 million for the reconstruction of the Route 3A rotary in Hingham.
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#1 Nov 27, 2009
That is just NUTS!!
Since: Oct 08
#2 Dec 4, 2009
The initial reason for Patrick’s visit was to spotlight the dredging of Hingham Harbor, a $1.5 million project that will allow the channel to remain open for commercial and recreational vessels.
Seems like it was just dredged not too many years ago. There's no commercial vessels in Hingham. The residents chased them all away. The only good harbor master Hingham ever had, they FIRED!
The state should kick in a few million more and hire a support group for the residents. Help them get over themselves.
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