Water Companies in Medfield, MA
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Dedham-Westwood Water District
(781) 329-7090 more info
Dover Water Co
(508) 785-0052 more info
Holliston Water Department
(508) 429-0603 more info
* Medfield Water Board
(508) 359-8505 more info
Medway Water Sewer Department
(508) 533-3208 more info
Natick Water & Sewer Department
(508) 647-6557 more info
Needham Water Division
(781) 455-7546 more info
New England Water Works Assn
(508) 893-7979 more info
Walpole Water Department
(508) 660-7307 more info
Water Department
(508) 528-1412 more info

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Facts about Medfield, MA:
Medfield is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population is 12,024 according to the 2010 Census. It is an affluent community, about 17 miles southwest of Boston, Massachusetts, which is a 40-minute drive to Boston's financial district. Attractions include the Hinkley Pond and the Peak House. The territory that Medfield now occupies was, at the time of colonization, Neponset land. After the British took over the native's land by force and spread a variety of unseen diseases to the people, tt was apparently sold by the Neponset leader Chickatabot to William Pynchon in the late 1620s. In 1633, however, Chickatabot died in a smallpox epidemic that decimated nearby Neponset, Narragansett and Pequot communities. Because Chickatabot and Pynchon's deal left no written deed, the Massachusetts General Court ordered "those Indians who were present when Chickatabot sold lands to Mr. Pynchon, or who know where they were, to set out the bounds thereof". Fifty years...

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