The efforts of the Town of Norwood in improving the town dump off Winter Street have had such pleasing results that a letter of congratulations has arrived at the office of Town Manager John B. Kennedy.

Atty. Walter J. Murphy, counsel for the Shady Arbor Association which had vigorously protested the condition of the town dump, expressed amazement at the complete change in the appearance of the dump and thanked the town manager for his cooperation.

Murphy’s letter was read at the regular meeting of the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday night and acknowledged with thanks. It follows:

“Dear Mr Kennedy

*1 was frankly amazed when I viewed the Norwood Town Dump and saw what a complete change there was in its appearance. On behalf of the people living in the Shady Arbor area of Norwood, as well as myself, I would like to congratulate and thank you for what is really an excellent job well done.

“I am sure that you can appreciate that the people in this neighborhood are very pleased with your efforts in their behalf, and this work, of course, has made Shady Arbor a much more pleasant place to live. I trust that we will have to bother you no further In this matter, and I do hope that you will continue to keep up the appearance of the dump, and the sanitary facilities.

“Thanking you again for your cooperation in this troublesome matter, I am

Very truly yours,




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