Billerica man not ready to bury compost plan
They've tried and failed to set up the town's first composting site at six different sites, but resident Wayne Smith said Monday he's determined to make the seventh attempt work.Read more
#1 Jan 22, 2013
ahh yeah it's a park not to be used for a business! but then again this is billerica, Home to prisons,asbestos dumps, toxic waste superfund sights, a former county landfill, a rendering plant, we have homes built in industrial parks we even have a house that was built in the cemetary, and just about any other vile type of eyesore, the builder of the recycling plant only need say he is going to build sec8 cluster housing and he'll be good to go!
Since: Apr 10
#2 Mar 14, 2013
No wonder the rejected a Home Depot. It would have been too fancy for the town!
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