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Keep Fire Hydrants Clear of Snow

by The Water Department
February 7, 2013

Keep your house and neighborhood safe.

DUE TO THE PENDING STORM this is a reminder to please help by keeping any fire hydrants that are close to your home clear of snow.  This will enable swift action in case of an emergency.
 
Thank you, Holliston Water Department
 

 

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