Water Companies in Palmer, MA
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Gilbertville Water District
(413) 477-6411 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
Sturbridge Water Department
(508) 347-2513 more info
Three Rivers Water Department
(413) 283-9284 more info
Town of North Brookfield: Pump Sta
(508) 867-0207 more info
Ware Water Department
(413) 967-9620 more info
Wilbraham Water Division
(413) 596-2826 more info

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Facts about Palmer, MA:
Palmer is a city in Hampden County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 12,140 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. Palmer adopted a home rule charter in 2004 with a council-manager form of government. Palmer is one of fourteen Massachusetts municipalities that have applied for, and been granted, city forms of government but wish to retain "The town of? in their official names.[3] The villages of Bondsville, Thorndike, Depot Village, and Three Rivers are located in the town. Palmer is composed of four separate and distinct villages: Depot Village, typically referred to simply as "Palmer" (named for the ornate Union Station railroad terminal designed by architect Henry Hobson Richardson), Thorndike, Three Rivers, and Bondsville. The villages began to develop their distinctive characters in the 18th century, and by the 19th century two rail lines and a trolley line opened the town to population growth....

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