UPDATE: @MassDOT Chickering Road-Mass Ave Intersection Improvement Project – Night work will be performed on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 8 PM – 5 AM (weather dependent)

Night work will be performed on the MassDOT Chickering Road-Massachusetts Avenue Intersection Improvement Project on Wednesday, August 26 into Thursday, August 27, between the hours of 8 p.m. and 5 a.m.   Paving will take place on Chickering Road and the east side of Mass Ave.  

Please note the schedule is weather dependent and subject to change.

Visit https://dot133.northandoverma.gov/ to stay up-to-date with the latest updates for the MassDOT (ROUTE 125/133) Chickering Road and Massachusetts Avenue Intersection Improvements and Related Work.

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The @DeptofDefense announced New ID Cards Being Issued for Military Family Members, Retirees – Learn More!

On Monday, the Department of Defense announced that they will be transitioning to an all-new card system: the Next Generation Uniform Services Identification Card. The new ID card transitions the current laminated paper card to a more durable, secure, next generation USID card. 
USID cards are issued to retired and reserve members, dependent family members of Uniformed Services members, and other eligible individuals in accordance with DoD policy to facilitate access to benefits, privileges, and DoD bases. The Next Generation USID card does not change the populations who are eligible to receive the current card.  

Beginning July 31, 2020, individuals with expiring ID cards will begin to receive the Next Gen USID card at ID card issuance facilities as they are equipped with the equipment and supplies necessary to issue the Next Gen USID card. In an effort to conserve resources and limit the impact on ID card issuance facilities, cards will not be reissued solely for the purpose of obtaining the Next Gen USID card.

Read the full Defense News article to learn more.

Click here for a list of Next Generation USID Card FAQs.

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Tomorrow, August 26 is the Deadline to apply for an Early Vote Ballot! Please return your application in the drop-box in front of Town Hall by 5:00PM.

To vote by mail, all you need to do is:

  1. Complete a Vote by Mail Application;
  2. Submit your application in the drop-box located in front of North Andover Town Hall;
  3. Vote when your ballot arrives;
  4. Return your ballot.

Applications must reach your local election office by August 26 for the State Primary. 

State Primary ballots need to be back at your local election office by 8 p.m. on September 1, 2020.

Track Your Ballot here: https://www.sec.state.ma.us/wheredoivotema/track/trackmyballot.aspx

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