Fire Captain to be Promoted to Acting Chief

  Hamilton Fire Capt. Raymond Brunet will become the Fire Department’s Acting Fire Chief on Jan. 1, 2019. This vacancy comes after Chief Phil Stevens announced that he will retire, effective Dec. 31, 2018. The move is the result of a unanimous vote by the Board of Selectmen at its Monday, July 16 meeting. Fire … Continued

Hamilton Fire Captain to be promoted to Acting Chief

At last night’s Hamilton’s Board of Selectmen’s meeting, the Board unanimously voted to place Captain Raymond Brunet as the Acting Fire Chief effective January 1st 2019.  Fire Chief Phil Stevens along with Police Chief Russ Stevens met with the Board of Selectman last night to discuss a succession plan for the Fire Chiefs position. This … Continued

New Fire Engine a Few Weeks Away From Delivery

The new Engine 1 for the Hamilton Fire Department is just a few weeks away from arriving in town. Right now, it is at Minuteman Trucks in Walpole. It still needs to have letters added and the suction holders mounted. Then, it should be delivered in a couple of weeks, according to Fire Chief Phil … Continued

Heat Wave Prompts Water Ban, Weather Safety Reminders From Town Officials

The sustained heat has prompted some reminders from Hamilton town leaders. DPW Director Tim Olson wants residents to remember that a mandatory water ban is still in effect. It prohibits the use of lawn and garden sprinklers of all types, including the use of drip irrigation hoses and subsurface application devices. Hand watering is permitted … Continued

Support Safety For Our Children On April 7, 2018 Vote

Winthrop School Fire Suppression System Article 2-6 For The Safety of Our Children In 2008 the Massachusetts general law 148 section 26G was amended which changed the requirements to the sprinkler code. With this change, older buildings that met a certain criteria would now have to be retrofitted with an automatic sprinkler throughout the building. … Continued