Water Companies in Lynnfield, MA
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Beverly Water Department
(978) 921-6057 more info
Malden Water Billing Department
(781) 397-7035 more info
Marblehead Water Department
(781) 631-0102 more info
Melrose City Water Department
(781) 979-4175 more info
North Reading Water Department
(978) 664-6060 more info
Pocohontas Spring Water Co
(800) 479-5883 more info
Topsfield Town Clerk
(978) 887-1505 more info
Water Billing Office
(781) 438-2583 more info
Water Department-Pumping Station
(978) 658-4711 more info
Woburn Water Department
(781) 932-4415 more info

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Facts about Lynnfield, MA:
Lynnfield is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. At the 2010 census, the town population was 11,596.[1] Lynnfield initially consisted of two distinct villages with a single governing body. Lynnfield Center comprises mostly an agricultural population, while South Lynnfield boasted a mixed culture. Together, the two towns evolved into one of the most prosperous suburbs in the North Shore region of Massachusetts.[2] The town of Lynnfield was first settled in 1638 and was made a district separate from Lynn in 1782. It was later officially incorporated in 1814. Historically, Lynnfield functioned as two separate villages connected by one governing body: in Lynnfield Center resided a mostly agricultural population, while South Lynnfield was a crossroad situated amongst neighboring larger towns. During this time, the town had two inns, a granite rock quarry, a small carbonated beverage bottler, and various eating institutions. The stagecoach line...

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