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Millbury town office mops upfrom damaged heating coil.

MILLBURY - A heating coil froze and burst in the Millbury Municipal Building Friday, Jan. 25, causing flooding and a mess that the town was still trying to resolve earlier this month.

According to Millbury Town Manager Robert J. Spain Jr., the town had been forced to make some repairs to the damage, but it was waiting to hear back from the insurance company before it begins more extensive repairs, which he believes will cost at least $150,000 or more.

According to Mr. Spain, the flood went into the town clerk's office, the selectmen's meeting room, which will have three of its four walls replaced, some of the small conference rooms and into the Police Department. Some of the construction work will have to be done after the municipal building closes for the day because it could disrupt the clerk's operations.
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