Grafton to soon release mass mailer noting resources


Grafton to soon release mass mailer noting resources

Grafton – The Office of the Town Administrator has announced that there are now 29 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the town of Grafton. Public health officials are working closely with the individuals and will notify others that the individuals may have been in contact with.

The town is preparing a mass mailer to all Grafton residents which will enclose resources and information regarding COVID-19 for those residents who may not have access to the internet.

Please note that the textile recycling program is currently suspended as a result of COVID-19. Please do not place pink bags at the curb for pickup. Bulk Item Pickup (including white goods) has been suspended for the month of April. The town will notify residents when bulk pickups begin again. Regular trash and recycling pickup are still on schedule.

The town thanked the volunteers and employees of the Grafton Senior Center who delivered care packages to seniors in housing April 9 and to Bushel ‘N Peck and Table Talk Pies for their donations.

The town also thanked Mike Labbe, the owner of All Phase Glass of South Grafton, for the generous donation to the town of a disinfectant fogger machine. This machine will allow the town to keep public buildings safe and as germ-free as possible

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