Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Police say there will be "extensive delays" on Weston Road because of a gas leak which developed yesterday.
The Police say you can expect "extensive" delays on Weston Road today, near the Fells block, due to a natural gas leak. National Grid crews will be on scene to repair the leak, and according to the announcement sent out by the Police this morning, you may be able to smell natural gas in the area until the leak is fixed. Crews have been working overnight, and will continue to work in the area throughout the day. Below is the full alert sent by the Wellesley Police Department: National Grid crews are going to be repairing a natural gas leak on Weston Road at Cleveland Road near the Fells block today. This leak developed yesterday and crews have been working through the night to repair it. You may notice an odor of natural gas in this …
Friday, August 3, 2012
National Grid has confirmed that barring inclement weather, the work should end this month.
For those tired of the detours on Woodlawn Avenue and Kingsbury Street of late, National Grid has said its gas main replacement work will end this month. Charlotte McCormack, spokeswoman for National Grid, told Wellesley Patch the work at both sites is on pace to be completed during the third week of August barring a work stoppage due to inclement weather. The work at both areas involve the replacement of cast iron gas mains with plastic ones, she said. “They’re less susceptible to erosion and corrosion,” she said. The works is part of National Grid’s Asset Replacement program.
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Work will take place on sections of Woodlawn Avenue and Hastings Street through June.
National Grid will begin replacing gas mains today in two sections of Wellesley. The town issued a notice to residents this morning that the gas company will replace mains between addresses 30 and 52 Woodlawn Ave. and 18 to 66 Hastings St. The work will occur each day between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and will last until June 29. National Grid customers will have scheduled times for the transfer to the new mains, the announcement says. Residents with questions should call Victor Santana, Manager, Community & Customer Management, at 781 907-2205. For general inquiries, National Grid Customer Service can be reached 24/7 at 800-233-5325.
Monday, June 13, 2011
A summary of what will be discussed at the weekly meeting of the Board of Selectmen.
At what will likely be a brief meeting of the Board of Selectmen tonight, the board will discuss a National Grid Petition to work on Bradley Avenue, a Wetlands Protection Committee expenditure request, and other routine items. The National Grid agenda item will deal with the installation and maintenance of a gas main in Bradley Avenue heading east toward Turner Road for new gas service, according to the agenda. There are 10 minutes allotted for this item. The Wetlands Protection Committee has made an expenditure request, which will be discussed at the meeting following the National Grid item. Also, during the Executive Director’s update portion of the agenda, Executive Director of general government Hans Larsen will approve the contract …