Filed by Senators’ Michael Brady, Walter Timilty, and Representative Michelle DuBois

East Bridgewater– Governor Baker has signed into law An Act Establishing An East Bridgewater Sewer District. With local approval by vote of the town of East Bridgewater, filed in the Massachusetts Legislature by Senators’ Michael D. Brady, Walter Timilty, and Representatives Michelle DuBois, this legislation establishes an East Bridgewater Sewer District.

“I’m grateful to work with my fellow colleague in the House of Representatives, Representative Michelle DuBois, for pushing this through the House and to Senator Timilty for working with me to push this through the Senate.” Said Senator Michael D. Brady– lead sponsor

The newly minted East Bridegwater Sewer District will include the land and buildings located in the town center. Served by the East Bridgewater High School sewer treatment facility, the area contained in the district may be expanded by a vote of the board of selectmen and approval by town meeting.

“I, along with my colleagues Senator Brady and Representative DuBois, believe that these infrastructure improvements are crucial to the economic development of East Bridgewater.  The inclusion of the Board of Selectmen in this process will only work to stimulate economic growth here in East Bridgewater.”  Said Senator Walter Timilty

“ Thank you to the East Bridgewater Board of Selectmen and the residents for working with my colleagues in the Senate and I to help make this happen” said Representative Michelle DuBois “ This legislation will go on to help stimulate economic growth.”

The board of selectmen in the town of East Bridgewater will serve as the board of sewer commissioners. For further information or to learn more on the legislation reach out to the East Bridgewater Board of Selectmen or the office of Senator Michael D. Brady at 617-722-1200.