Water Companies in Rockland, MA
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Aquarion Water Co
(781) 982-7555 more info
Aquarion Water Co of MA
(781) 740-6694 more info
Braintree Water Department
(781) 843-8097 more info
Brockton Water Department
(508) 580-7143 more info
Consumers Maine Water Company
(800) 664-4286 more info
Hanson Water Department
(781) 447-1200 more info
Norwell Water Department
(781) 659-8076 more info
Pembroke Water Department
(781) 293-3874 more info
* Rockland Water Department
(781) 878-0901 more info
West Bridgewater Water Department
(508) 894-1271 more info

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Facts about Rockland, MA:
Rockland is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 17,489 at the 2010 census.[1] As of December 31, 2009, there were 11,809 registered voters in the community.[2] Rockland was settled by European settlers, as a northeastern region of neighboring Abington in 1673. The town separated and incorporated as Rockland on March 9, 1874. It is named for the town's rocky nature, which was better suited for mills and industry than for farming. During King Philip's War, the town was the site of an encampment during his raids on the town of Scituate.[3] During the twentieth century, the town was the site of a portion of the landing strips of the South Weymouth Naval Air Station. The airstrip closed in 1996 as a part of the fourth round of closures under the Base Realignment and Closure Act.[citation needed] In recent years, a growing number of artists have moved into the community, attracted by former factory buildings...

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