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Contractor

MWRA
100 First Aveune Building 39
Boston, Massachusetts 02129
United States

Company Description: MWRA provides water to Northborough under a Water Supply Continuation Agreement in force since 1995. Northborough's current connection to MWRA is at the Wachusett...   more
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MWRA Contractor to Conduct Soil Borings in Reading, Wakefield, Woburn and Stoneham
www.mwra.com, 25 Mar 2014 [cached]
Ria Convery (617) 788-1105, ria.convery@mwra.state.ma.us
MWRA Contractor to Conduct Soil Borings in
MWRA - Pipeline Work May Cause Discolored Water in Parts of Milton
www.mwra.com, 12 Dec 2011 [cached]
Ria Convery, Communications Director (617) 788-1105,
MWRA Pipeline Work May Cause
Ria Convery, spokeswoman for ...
www.metrowestdailynews.com, 30 Nov 2012 [cached]
Ria Convery, spokeswoman for the MWRA, said the Authority has provided about $300 million to members through the program. She said the idea behind the program is that it's cheaper for the MWRA to borrow money because it borrows in bulk, and cities and towns do have to pay the MWRA back.
According to the MWRA's website, communities receive 45 percent grants and 55 percent interest-free loans for projects. The loans are supposed to be repaid to the MWRA over a five-year period starting one year after they get the money.
Many municipalities have taken advantage of the program, Convery said, because it allows them to make sure their sewage is efficiently pumped to the MWRA. There is a similar program for communities that get water from the MWRA too.
"It is stuff that benefits the whole system," she said.
Each member is allotted a certain amount of money through the program based on population and the size of the community, Convery said.
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Ria Convery, spokeswoman for the MWRA, said the Authority has provided about $300 million to members through the program. She said the idea behind the program is that it's cheaper for the MWRA to borrow money because it borrows in bulk, and cities and towns do have to pay the MWRA back.
According to the MWRA's website, communities receive 45 percent grants and 55 percent interest-free loans for projects. The loans are supposed to be repaid to the MWRA over a five-year period starting one year after they get the money.
Many municipalities have taken advantage of the program, Convery said, because it allows them to make sure their sewage is efficiently pumped to the MWRA. There is a similar program for communities that get water from the MWRA too.
"It is stuff that benefits the whole system," she said.
Each member is allotted a certain amount of money through the program based on population and the size of the community, Convery said.
Ria Convery (617) ...
www.mwra.com, 25 Mar 2014 [cached]
Ria Convery (617) 788-1105, ria.convery@mwra.com
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