The Department of Public Works is a professional team dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in Sudbury and supporting the Town's core values. We are committed to providing prompt, courteous service to our customers and each other. Public safety is a primary concern of the Public Works Department through many of its individual tasks. We make every effort to maximize the efficient, effective use of our resources in the support, maintenance and upkeep of the infrastructure, public lands and programs.
|Mailbox Damage Policy||TOWN OF SUDBURY
MAILBOX DAMAGE POLICY
Notwithstanding the placement of mailboxes and posts within the Town’s right-of-way, mailboxes and posts installed in compliance with postal regulations which are hit by the blade of a snowplow operated by a Town employee will be fixed or replaced by the Town with a standard wooden post and box, as applicable, with free installation. If the post and box cannot be fixed, the Town will provide a check in an amount up to $35 for the homeowner’s use toward the purchase and installation of a new post and/or box.
It is the homeowner’s responsibility to notify the Department of Public Works of the claim, within two weeks after the occurrence, providing the name, address and telephone number, and the date and extent of damage so that an inspection can be made and repairs/replacement, if applicable, can be performed as expeditiously as possible. All damaged posts and mailboxes must be available for inspection. In the event that the snowplow is operated by a private contractor under contract with the Town, as determined by the Town, claim shall be made by the homeowner directly to the private contractor to the name and address provided by the DPW.
If the post and/or box was felled by the movement of snow resulting from the plowing operation whether the plow was operated by a Town employee or a private contractor under contract with the Town, replacement is the property owner’s responsibility.
All property owners are urged to inspect their posts and mailboxes at least yearly and replace any rotted or insecure post installations. Property owners might also consider placing their posts to the left of driveway openings or locating the posts further from the edge of the paved way without changing the location of the box itself as suggested by the postal department where snow removal is a problem.
|February 21, 2013
|Road Opening Rules & Regulations||November 29, 2007
|William Place||Dir of Public Works||DPW Building|
|Nancy Azzariti||Management Analyst||DPW Building|
|Alison Boland||Acctg. Admin. Ass't||DPW Building|
|Andrea Moura||Department Assistant||DPW Building|
|Gretna Schubert||Office Supervisor||DPW Building|
|Robert Cetrone||Crew Leader||Transfer Station|
|George Sharkey||Light Equipment Operator||Transfer Station|
|Christopher Felt||Ass't Mechanic/Crew Leader||Parks and Grounds|
|Tom Russo||Heavy Equipment Operator||Parks and Grounds|
|Kenneth Anderson||Director of Operations||Highway / DPW Building|
|Charles Melanson||Foreman - Drainage||Highway / DPW Building|
|Patrick Tarves||Foreman - Highway||Highway / DPW Building|
|Brian Hawes||Crew Leader - Drainage||Highway / DPW Building|
|Rafael Luna||Crew Leader - Highway||Highway / DPW Building|
|Adam Kulik||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|George Robinson||Light Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Kenneth Anderson, Jr. Jr||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Daniel Bowles||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Timothy Scalisi||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Keith Gonyea||Light Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Anthony D'Amato Jr||Master Mechanic||Highway / DPW Building|
|Anthony D'Amato||Ass't Mechanic||Highway / DPW Building|
|Daniel Legere||Engineering Aide||DPW Building|
|Philip Salamon||Sr. Civil Engineer||DPW Building|
|Scott Taylor||Foreman, Trees & Cemetery||Highway / DPW Building|
|Joseph Amato||Heavy Equip Oper/Crew Ldr.||Highway / DPW Building|
|Domonic Naples, Jr.||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Steve Dorcas||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|Charles Lazaros||Heavy Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|
|William Coggins||Light Equipment Operator||Parks and Grounds|
|Fredrick Cygan||Light Equipment Operator||Highway / DPW Building|