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Saugus Dept. of Public Works Update

Lincoln Ave. Road Construction Continues

To all residents and businesses of the Lincoln Avenue area: Lincoln Avenue road construction from Ballard Street to the Lynn Line (Chestnut Street) will begin on Monday April 28, 2014. There will be no parking on Lincoln Avenue during construction, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

Read more: Saugus Dept. of Public Works Update

 

Benefit Auction This Saturday

The Annual Time and Talent Auction is this Saturday, May 3, at the First Congregational Church in Saugus Center. The auction will raise funds for the Saugus Anti-Drug Coalition, which offers support, information and advocacy to fight drug abuse in Saugus.

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Saugus Senior Knitizens good deeds spotlighted on Fox 25 News

Maria Stephanos of Fox 25 News spotlighted the Saugus Knitizens of the Saugus Senior Center who have crocheted and knitted hundreds, if not thousands of baby blankets, caps, slippers for troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan and needy families and children in hospitals and on Tuesday, Fox 25 taped a segment of Stephanos’ “Real People Real Stories” at the senior center.alt

Read more: Saugus Senior Knitizens good deeds spotlighted on Fox 25 News

   

Questions lead Selectmen to deny taxi application

Questions surrounding a recent influx of taxi registrations in the Town of Saugus led the Board of Selectmen to deny the licensing of two additional automobiles for Mets Cab, a business based out of Newtonville, MA.

Representing the cab business, Nga Yu Suen appeared before the Board this past Tuesday at their bi-weekly meeting.

Read more: Questions lead Selectmen to deny taxi application

   

REOPENING SEXUAL TRAUMA CLAIMS

If sexual trauma was experienced, then a disability claim should be initiated, or if the claim was denied then seek to reopen it.Evidentiary requirements necessary to validate a claim have been eased. A specified traumatic event can now be shown by law enforcement records; rape crisis centers; tests for sexually transmitted diseases; requests for transfer to another duty assignment; statements from family members; roommates, counselors, etc.; substance abuse; deterioration in work performance; and many other indicators of the traumatic event.Veterans denied disability compensation for PTSD related to military sexual trauma can now have their cases re-examined.

   

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