Water Companies in Ludlow, MA
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Chicopee Water Department
(413) 594-3420 more info
Holyoke Water Works
(413) 536-0442 more info
Monson Town Water Department
(413) 267-4130 more info
Palmer Water Department
(413) 283-8411 more info
Palmer Water District
(413) 289-1410 more info
South Hadley Water Department
(413) 583-8237 more info
Springfield Water Department
(413) 787-6206 more info
Three Rivers Water Department
(413) 283-9284 more info
Water Department-Leaping Well
(413) 534-7446 more info
Wilbraham Water Division
(413) 596-2826 more info

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Facts about Ludlow, MA:
Ludlow is a New England town in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 21,103 as of the 2010 census, and it is considered part of the Springfield Metropolitan Statistical Area. Located just northeast of Springfield across the Chicopee River, it is one of the city's suburbs. It has a sizable and visible Portuguese community. [note 1] Although plans were drawn up for settlement as early as 1685, within the original boundaries of Springfield, Massachusetts, was settled in 1751 as Stony Hill Parish.[1] However, the town was later renamed Ludlow and incorporated as a separate entity in 1774, just before the breakout of the American Revolution.[2] For much of its early history the town was agrarian and today many of Ludlow's street names are derived from the names of these farming families (e.g. Chapin Street, Miller Street, Alden Street, Fuller Street). Ludlow was home to many sawmills and gristmills, utilizing the power from several...

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