Water Companies in Otis, MA
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Dalton Water Department
(413) 684-0500 more info
Housatonic Water Works Inc
(413) 528-1780 more info
Huntington Water Department
(413) 667-3356 more info
Lenox Water Division
(413) 637-5525 more info
Mill River Water Takers Association Inc
(413) 229-3164 more info
Springfield Water & Sewer
(413) 568-9656 more info
Stockbridge Water Department
(413) 298-3890 more info
Town of Stockbridge
(413) 298-5581 more info
Westfield City Water Department
(413) 572-6243 more info
Westfield Water Department
(413) 572-6315 more info

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Facts about Otis, MA:
Otis is a town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, United States. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 1,612 at the 2010 census.[1] For geographic and demographic information on East Otis, which is part of the town of Otis, see East Otis, Massachusetts. The numbers reported in that article are included in the figures below. Officially incorporated in 1810, the town was created when the unincorporated town of Loudon annexed the adjacent District of Bethlehem in 1809.[2] It was named after Harrison Gray Otis, an influential lawyer, financier, and politician in revolutionary Massachusetts. General Henry Knox passed through the town in January 1776, bringing cannons from Fort Ticonderoga in New York to aid in ending the Siege of Boston, a route now known as the Knox Trail. The town was a farming community, with several small mill industries growing along the waterways, and today is mostly rural with some...

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