Leadership

PUBLIC WORKS

Issue 7 and Volume 7.

PUBLIC WORKS —Says The Brockton (Mass.) Enterprise: “It is said tha Brockton will have to give up the idea of getting territory in Easton for a sewerage farm for the present, as the necessary legal notice to the legislature was not given. It is proposed therefore to ask for leave to use the portion of the musterfield in our own limits, and next year put in a formal application for some of Easton’s land.” —In New York this week the system of having the work of the street cleaning department done by contract instead of day labor was officially begun by the specifications being sent to the printers for arrangement. The labor below Fourteenth street will be the first to be done by contract, and later the up-town districts will be treated in the same manner. —The plans for the sewerage system at Marlborough, Mass., arc being pushed. —The Denver…

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