Save the Date: Downtown Shared Use Path, April 27, 2023 6:30PM at the North Andover Senior Center

Downtown Shared Use Path 
In-Person Meeting
Thursday April 27, 2023 6:30PM
North Andover Senior Center 120R Main Street
North Andover, MA

The Town of North Andover is conducting a feasibility study to develop a pathway along the former Essex Railway Corridor across Sutton Pond and into the Mill District. The study will examine a multi-modal path designed to accommodate bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized vehicles.

The Downtown Shared Use Path project would construct a bridge over Sutton Pond and a boardwalk around the wet meadow behind the
Avalon Apartment complex to accommodate the multi-modal path.

As part of the feasibility study, we are reaching out to community members to gain their perspectives.

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Construction Notification: Route 125 Sewer Improvements project

The Town's contractor, Revoli Construction, will be starting work on April 18, 2023 on the Route 125 Sewer Improvements project as part of the Amazon Facility.  Revoli Construction will begin the repaving of the sewer trenches starting at the intersection of Route 125 and Sutton Street and working their way towards the Amazon facility.  Amazon is expected to be final paving in late Spring/early Summer.  Delays should be expected if traveling in the area.

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Construction Notification: Waverly Road, Week of April 17-21, 2023

The Town's contractor, PJ Albert, has started construction on Waverly Road as part of the restoration efforts related to the 2018 Columbia Gas Emergency.  Waverly Road from Massachusetts Avenue to Middlesex Road will be closed in both directions starting next week and open to local neighborhood traffic only.  Delays should be expected if traveling in the area.

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Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Article 6: Acceptance of Massachusetts General Law Chapter 59 Section 5, Clause 17E

As we ready for Town Meeting on May 16, 2023, the Town will be presenting information every day on different warrant articles.

The full warrant has not yet been finalized, but a full list of the articles can be found here:

Article 6: Acceptance of Massachusetts General Law Chapter 59 Section 5, Clause 17E

Accepting this local option would allow the state to increase the annual asset limits to qualify for any clause 17 tax exemptions.  This exemption allows a $175 credit toward the qualifying applicant’s annual real estate taxes, and can be beneficial to some senior citizens, surviving spouses and surviving minors.  To earn this exemption a senior, surviving spouse or surviving minor of a deceased parent must meet specific ownership, occupancy and asset requirements.  Acceptance of the local option would only affect the asset requirement.  To learn more about this exemption visit:

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