The Summer Street sidewalk construction project is scheduled to resume on or about March 28th, 2019. Construction activities include excavation, sidewalk construction, curb installation, walkway/driveway restoration and roadway paving. The Town of Maynard has contracted with Detour Construction LLC to complete the construction services.
Locations are as follows:
Summer Street – Brooks Street to Apple Ridge Road
Once construction is started, no on-street parking will be allowed until all construction activities are completed in the area.
Homeowners on the affected roadway may temporarily not be able to access their driveway with vehicles when crews are excavating and pouring sidewalks directly adjacent to the property. Homeowners will be notified 24 hours in advance of driveway access interruption via a flyer that will be distributed individually.
Individual driveway work may take 2-3 days to complete at each location. Temporary walkways will be installed over the new sidewalk while it cures to allow for pedestrian access to each property during construction. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Construction will start at Patti Lane on March 28th, and will continue through the above listed streets. Construction is scheduled to continue through April, weather permitting.
If you have any questions please contact the Maynard Department of Public Works at 978-897-1317 or DPW@townofmaynard.net.
Find out at one of three public update meetings set to discuss the future of the historic building, sledding hill and playground:
April 27: Saturday, 1:30-2:30 pm
May 14: Tuesday, 7-8 pm
May 23: Thursday, 7-8 pm
All meetings will be held in the Roosevelt Room at the Maynard Public Library. Free babysitting will be provided onsite.
These meetings are being sponsored by the Coolidge School Working Group (CSWG), a town-appointed board of Maynard residents. Since September 2018, the CSWG has researched and discussed various options for re-purposing the old school house.
If you’re interested in the future of the Coolidge School, sledding hill or playground, please attend one of these public meetings.
For inquiries about affordable housing at “The Vue” (the rental multi-family housing at Maynard Crossing aka 129 Parker Street), the developer is now maintaining a database of interested households. These households will be notified when marketing begins and will receive an application and information packet. Ultimately there will be a lottery for the final awarding of the affordable units.
Please direct interested households to email the developer’s housing agent at email@example.com . In the email they should provide their full name, contact information, and make clear they are interested in the Maynard development.
For additional information, please contact Bill Nemser (Maynard Town Planner) at 978-897-1302 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To All Citizens of the Town of Maynard and Other Interested Parties:
Please be advised that the Maynard Board of Selectmen, acting at their December 18, 2018 Board of Selectmen meeting, voted five to zero: “To set the date, time and place of the Annual and Special Town Meeting on Monday, May 20, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. respectively and to designate the Fowler School Auditorium on Tiger Drive as the location for the Annual and Special Town Meetings.”
In 2017, the Town received a grant from the Massachusetts Office of Disabilities to update its ADA Transition Plan. The rewrite has been drafted and it includes new provisions for enable citizens to ask for accommodations, appoints an employee as a point of contact, and outlines new physical and electronic access improvements to be implemented in the coming years.
Before submitting the plan to the Commonwealth for acceptance, public input is required. In addition, a committee must be re-established which will inform capital planning, make budget recommendations, and assist citizens and the town in determining and establishing proper accommodations in the future. The current committee is dormant.
Public Works Director Aaron Miklosko announces that the Town of Maynard will have a mandatory outdoor water use restriction beginning Monday June 11th, 2018, and will remain in effect until further notice.
The water restriction is the result of an effort to preserve the town’s water supply following a recent mechanical failure in one of its water production wells.
Under this Water Conservation Restriction, all nonessential outdoor use of water is prohibited at all times. The conservation order will be strictly enforced by local officials.
The elevated conservation restriction will help ensure the town can provide an adequate supply of water for drinking and fire protection.