Water Companies in North Andover, MA
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Andover Water Billing Department
(978) 623-8253 more info
Georgetown Water Department
(978) 352-5750 more info
Haverhill Water Division
(978) 374-2370 more info
Lawrence Water Division
(978) 794-5781 more info
Methuen Water Billing
(978) 983-8555 more info
* North Andover Water & Sewer
(978) 688-9570 more info
North Reading Water Department
(978) 664-6060 more info
Pocohontas Spring Water Co
(800) 479-5883 more info
Public Works-Water & Sewer Division
(978) 794-5770 more info
Water Department-Pumping Station
(978) 658-4711 more info

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Facts about North Andover, MA:
North Andover is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 28,352. North Andover is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts. The lands south of the Merrimack River around Lake Cochichewick and the Shawsheen River were set aside by the Massachusetts General Court in 1634 for the purpose of creating an inland plantation. The Cochichewick Plantation, as it was called, was purchased on May 6, 1646 when Reverend John Woodbridge, who had settled the land for the English, paid Pennacook chief Cutshmache six pounds and a coat for the lands. The parishes grew apart as the years went on and on April 7, 1855, the North parish separated from the south and was incorporated as North Andover. There are several first period (pre-1720) houses still standing in town. The oldest house is probably the Bridges House, relocated from Marbleridge Road to Court Street in 2001; the original portion of this house probably dates to about 1690. Other first period...

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