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157 Berrington Road | 8550/305

On Friday, April 29, 2016, ownership of 157 Berrington Road in Leominster, in Worcester County, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (known as Unit 157) was legally transferred through a Deed for the value of $142,000.00 and recorded in the Worcester County North Registry of Deeds in Deed Book 8550 / Page Read More...

Sewer Pump Station — Service Restored

Liberty Commons’ two new sewer pump station pumps are being installed today, Friday, April 29, 2016. Liberty Commons’ private sewer infrastructure and pump station is looking good and hopefully before the end of the day, Liberty Commons will be 100% functional again. The failed Pump #2 looks to be in Read More...

Progress On Failed Sewer Pump Station

Liberty Commons’ Board of Trustees and Managing Agent made some positive progress today on the catastrophic failure of Liberty Commons’ private sewer pump station (a.k.a. a lift station). Our new sewer pumping company pumped 4,500 gallons of human waste products from the drop sewer manhole located near the dumpster between Read More...

Conserving Water Down The Drain

Liberty Commons’ sewer pump station completely failed yesterday, Wednesday, April 27, 2016. What this means is that all human waste products and water from each Unit is not being pumped up to the City of Leominster’s gravity system and are being stored in the wet well and underground sewer infrastructure. Read More...

Failure Of Sewer Pump Station

Liberty Commons’ Managing Agent was alerted to a potential sewer issues in Building 8 (105-119 Berrington Road). Liberty Commons’ Managing Agent immediately contacted Steve Stearns, Liberty Commons’ President, who immediately investigated the concerns with a few Unit Owners and Non-Owner Residents in Building 8 (105-119 Berrington Road) and Building 9 (121-151 Read More...