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Massachusetts Becomes A Hands-Off State

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts recently enacted amendments to laws pertaining to the use of “electronic mobile devices,” to reduce distracted driving, accidents, and deaths related to distracted driving. Chapter 155 – An Act Relative To Safe Driving (a) No operator of a motor vehicle shall use a mobile telephone, or Read More...

All Grills Are Banned At Liberty Commons

On Sunday, July 9, 2017, a quick cursory site audit of Liberty Commons was conducted and indicated voluntary compliance with no hibachi, barbecue, grill (of any type, including electric), or similar devices used for cooking, heating, or any other purpose Rules and Regulations. Liberty Commons Condominium Trust appears to be Read More...

Expired Inspection Sticker Ticket In Massachusetts

In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, not all traffic citations require drivers actively committing a violation on the road and behind the wheel. One example, in particular, punishes operators for not taking an action, when they are required by law to do so—this inaction is letting your inspection sticker expire. Expired Read More...

New Massachusetts Headlight Law Effective April 7, 2015

Important news for Massachusetts drivers – A new law goes into effect on April 7, 2015, regarding the required use of headlights. This is a surchargeable violation, so your insurance can go up if you do not comply! Here’s what you need to know about this new law. What the Read More...

City Of Leominster Cleans Up Illegal Dumping

As previously reported, an individual and/or individuals illegally dumped what looked like a moving truck a boxes and other debris on the south side of Old Mill Road across from the front parking lot at the Berrington Road entrance to Liberty Commons. I reported the matter to Christopher Knuth, the Read More...