Water Companies in Saugus, MA
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Cambridge Water Department
(617) 349-4770 more info
Everett Water Department
(617) 394-2325 more info
Malden Water Billing Department
(781) 397-7035 more info
Marblehead Water Department
(781) 631-0102 more info
Medford Water & Sewer Shop
(781) 393-2403 more info
Melrose City Water Department
(781) 979-4175 more info
Water Billing Office
(781) 438-2583 more info
Winthrop Water Department
(617) 846-1750 more info
Winthrop Water Works Building
(617) 846-1249 more info
Woburn Water Department
(781) 932-4415 more info

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Facts about Saugus, MA:
Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census. Saugus was first settled in 1629. Saugus is a Native American (Algonquin) name believed to mean "great" or "extended". In 1637, the territory known as Saugus (which also contained the present day cities and towns of Swampscott, Nahant, Lynn, Lynnfield, Reading, and Wakefield) was renamed Lin or Lynn, after King's Lynn in Norfolk, England. In 1646, the Saugus Iron Works, then called Hammersmith, began operations. It was the first integrated iron works in North America as well as one of the most technologically advanced in the world. The Iron Works produced over one ton of iron a day, but was not financially successful. It closed around 1670. In September 1687, Major Samuel Appleton was said to have given a speech from a rocky cliff near the Iron Works denouncing the tyranny of Colonial Governor Sir Edmund Andros. The place where he is said to have...

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