Water Companies in Assonet, MA
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Fall River City Water Department
(508) 324-2330 more info
Middleboro Water Department
(508) 946-2482 more info
New Bedford Water Department
(508) 979-1550 more info
North Rynham Water District
(508) 824-0520 more info
Raynham Center Water District
(508) 824-0020 more info
Somerset Water Department
(508) 679-2731 more info
Swansea Water District
(508) 672-9746 more info
Taunton Water Department
(508) 821-1045 more info
Tiverton Water Department
(401) 624-8432 more info
Water Department Reservation Headquarters
(508) 324-2749 more info

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Facts about Assonet, MA:
Assonet is one of two villages in the town of Freetown, Massachusetts in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. An original part of the town, Assonet was settled in 1659 along with the city of Fall River, then a part of Freetown. It rests on the banks of the Assonet River. As of the 2000 census, the village had a total population of 4,084; up from 3,614 in 1990. As of the 2014 census the village had a total estimated population of 9,093 (from www.census.gov). Assonet was first settled in 1659, shortly after the completion of Ye Freemen's Purchase. It was part of the Plymouth Colony until the 1691 merger with the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The word comes from the local Wampanoag Indians, who had a settlement in the area, and has two meanings: "place of rocks" and "song of praise". Those meanings are traditional, but the former can be segmented as: where hassun or assin, which is a word used by southern New England Algonquian, means "stone". The -et is a locative suffix: "at...

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