Water Companies in Heath, MA
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Ashfield Water District
(413) 628-0288 more info
Ashfield Water District
(413) 628-3297 more info
Brattleboro Water Department
(802) 254-4255 more info
Brattleboro Water Treatment
(802) 257-2320 more info
Cheshire Water Commissioners
(413) 743-1690 more info
Montague Center Water District
(413) 367-9455 more info
North Adams Water Department
(413) 662-3156 more info
Shelburne Falls Fire & Water District: Water Dept
(413) 625-6734 more info
Turners Falls Water Comm
(413) 863-4542 more info

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Facts about Heath, MA:
Heath is a town in Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 706 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Heath was first settled in 1765 as a part of Charlemont. The town, as well as neighboring Rowe, separated, and Heath was officially incorporated in 1785, just a few days after its new neighbor. The town is named after William Heath, Major General of Massachusetts and Brigadier General in the national army during the American Revolution. General Heath had been the commanding officer and friend of Col. Hugh Maxwell, a local citizen who suggested the town be named in his honor. Chloe Maxwell, daughter of Col. Maxwell, was married to prominent local landowner and state legislator abolitionist Roger Leavitt. The town had some farming and other small industry in the nineteenth century, but much of it is gone now, leaving the town as a rural area. One of its more distinctive industries was a straw hat...

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