Big plans for Salisbury’s sewer system

SALISBURY — The Salisbury sewer system will get major upgrades this spring — and there won’t be a lot of digging.

Don Mayland, a selectman and the chair of the town’s Water Pollution Control Authority, said in a phone interview Tuesday, Feb. 12, that the project has three components.

The first is complying with state-mandated phosphorus control regulations. This will require new construction at the sewer facility, located along the Rail Trail in Lakeville.

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