March 30, 2017
Town News
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“Karen’s Corner” serves the needs of companion pets of our local food pantry clients, and is dedicated in loving memory of Karen McHugh. Karen was the former Seekonk Assistant Town Clerk who … more
Boston – State Representative Steven S. Howitt (R-Seekonk) joined with his House colleagues this week to support an increase in survivor benefits for the families of police, firefighters and … more
Beginning April 4th, for a period of approximately four to five weeks oras distribution system conditions allow, the Water District will be flushingthe distribution system. Hydrant flushing will … more
Motorists are already familiar with road delays on Pawtucket Avenue between Warren and Waterman Avenues due to construction. Drivers may want to make alternate plans for the coming days:Ward 3 … more
This widely attended event allows local residents the opportunity to bring household hazardous waste, enamel paints, pesticides, antifreeze, batteries and much more FREE of CHARGE for disposal. The … more
Volunteers are needed to clean areas in need of attention. To sign up, please complete the form in the Seekonk Reporter and return to the DPW by April 8th. Forms may also be faxed to … more
The Town of Seekonk through its Stormwater Advisory Committee has instituted an Adopt-A-Drain program as part of its stormwater management plan. The Adopt-A-Drain program is a partnership between the … more
SEEKONK — The town’s charter review committee will be moving forward after selectmen squabbled over a legal opinion.To read more by The Attleboro Sun Chronicle click on the link … more
Lt. Governor Karyn Polito visited Seekonk town hall last month to sign a Community Compact agreement with town officials from Seekonk and Rehoboth. Town Administrator Shawn Cadime signed the … more
We are so excited to be celebrating 30 years of happy and successful adoptions! Please join us for the 30th Annual Seekonk Save A Pet Auction, which raises funds to benefit the Seekonk Animal … more
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