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March 7, 2013

Who to call with questions, complaints about the city

Tired of dodging that pothole down the street from your home?

Maybe you’re wondering how much a fishing license costs, or how to reach your child’s guidance counselor.

If you have a complaint or question about the city, here’s where to call:

:Mayor’s office: 978-374-2300

School Department: 978-374-3405

City Council office: 978-374-2328

City clerk’s office: 978-374-2312

Public Works Department: 978-374-2360

Health and Inspectional Services: 978-374-2325

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