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Snowstorm parking bans are announced on the town's two public access television stations (Comcast Channel 22 and Verizon Channel 45) and posted on the town's website at www.andoverma.govResidents may also call the Highway Department at 978-623-8426 x11 to find out if a ban has been declared.
The original proposal for the Andover Public Safety Center included plans to improve or rebuild other plant and facilities, public works buildings, and the West Andover Fire StationSelectman decided to withdraw these  and focus on only a Safety Center. On Monday, April 26, 1999 Andover townspeople approved Article 16 for a $12.9 million dollar proposal for a new Safety Center.
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During a snowstorm parking ban, there is no parking allowed on any streets in town.  The only exceptions are public safety, public works and public utility vehicles. Vehicles that are parked illegally will be towed at the owner's expense.
*"Selectmen Eliminate Safety Center Riders", Townsman, April 29, 1999, page 13.
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*"Voters Give Safety Center a Unanimous Nod," ''Townsman'', April 29, 1999
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'''2000'''<br>
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A ground breaking ceremony for the new Safety Center was held on October 14, 2000.
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*"Longtime Safety Officers Say Center Long Time Coming", ''Townsman'', October 19, 2000, page 13.
 
  
*"Selectmen Eliminate Safety Center Riders", ''Townsman,'' February 4, 1999, page 6.
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*"Snowstorm parking rules in effect," ''Andover Townsman'', January 8, 2015, p. 3.
 
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'''2001'''<br>
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The original completion date for the Safety Center set by Mello Construction was September 2002. The Police Station opened in 2003.  The Fire Station did not open until 2005 with an open house for the entire Safety Center on October 20, 2005.
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*"Safety Center Construction: Town Impatient with Contractor" ''Townsman'', January 25, 2001, page 15
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*"Right to Remain Silent", ''Townsman'', July 19, 2001, page 1.
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*"Safety Complex Nearly Ready", Townsman, June 2, 2004.
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'''2002'''
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*''Eagle Tribune'', September 17, 2002
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*Not Close: Police Station was to Open This Month, ''Townsman'', April 4, 2002.
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'''2003''' - Construction on the Fire Station actually began in May 2003 and completed in July of 2004.
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*"Town: Another Year for the Safety Center," ''Townsman'', May 8, 2003, page 1
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'''2004''' - The fire station was completed in July 2004. It included private dorm rooms for firefighters, a kitchen stove with 10 burners, 4 refrigerators, and a generator the size of a bus for power outages.
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*"Public Safety Center: Complex Complete This Week," Andover Townsman, July 1, 2004, page 1.
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Revision as of 10:28, 9 January 2015

Snowstorm parking bans are announced on the town's two public access television stations (Comcast Channel 22 and Verizon Channel 45) and posted on the town's website at www.andoverma.gov. Residents may also call the Highway Department at 978-623-8426 x11 to find out if a ban has been declared.

During a snowstorm parking ban, there is no parking allowed on any streets in town. The only exceptions are public safety, public works and public utility vehicles. Vehicles that are parked illegally will be towed at the owner's expense.

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  • "Snowstorm parking rules in effect," Andover Townsman, January 8, 2015, p. 3.



--Kim 09:28, January 9, 2015 (EST)

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