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​2018 May 26 ~ Fill A Public Works Truck ~ Food Drive at Shaw's
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2018 May 25 ~ MWRA Poster and Writing Contest Winners
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2017 Oct ~ Senior Center Roof Replacement (Phase I)
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2017 May ~ Americal Civic Center Column Project
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2015 Oct 22 ~ Meriam Street Bridge Repairs & Traffic Detour
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2015 Oct 11 ~ Green Street Water Main Break
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2015 Sept 24 ~ Wakefield Center Neighborhood Association (WCNA) fund and repair our historic railing around Upper Common
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2015 Aug 22 ~ J.J. Round Playground
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1994 ~ Salvaging History (Department of Public Works moves the Spaulding Street Bathhouse to Forest Glade Cemetery)
In 1939, Wakefield Selectmen voted to ask the Special Town Meeting to build a bath house on Spaulding Street at Lake Quannapowitt.  The bath house could accommodate 100 boys and 100 girls and would be a modern building with asphalt shingles. On March 23, 1939, Special Town Meeting voted to build the bath house at a cost of $5,261 by a close vote. The Spaulding Street bath house was completed in 1940 for a cost of $6,882.59. The bath house was relocated in 1994 to the Forest Glade Cemetery, where it is currently used as a maintenance facility.
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