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NEW LISTING! The #1 Selling Real Estate Office in Lynnfield and Peabody* *MLSPIN data 1/1/12-2/26/18 LYNNFIELD $1,249,000 Louise Bova-Touchette 617-605-0555 LYNN COMMERCIAL Evelyn Rockas 617-256-8500 LYNNFIELD $1,249,000 Rossetti/Poti Team 781-718-4662 LYNNFIELD COMING SOON Nikki Cappadona-Martin 781-710-1440 OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY LYNNFIELD $499,900 Joyce Cucchiara 978-808-1597 PEABODY WEEKLY JUNE 14, 2018 • VOL. 62, NO. 24 IN THE NEWS Page 2: Peabody’s fiscal year 2019 NEWS SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1957 16 PAGES • ONE DOLLAR Page 3: Wakefield Elks give out 88 scholarships Page 9: Softball team breaks 10-year tourney drought PRSRT STD ECRWSSEDDM U.S. Postage Paid Permit #66 Peabody, MA THE FLUSH IS COMING By Lindsey Ryan Residents in town should be prepared to see a little color in their tap water this month. The Peabody Fire Department will flush fire hydrants in Ward 4 Precinct 3 and Ward 3 Precinct 2 throughout the month of June. The department’s annual flushing program removes sediment collecting in the pipes. That process means residents could see some temporary discoloration or silt in their tap water. The solution is to run your tap until the water is clear. The department prefers to stick to an annual flushing because it makes the process “quick and easy,” said Peabody Fire Department Deputy Chief Richard Nelson. “The longer you wait, the more sediment collects,” he said. FLUSHING, PAGE 2 Peabody Firefighter Mike Loder checks the water steam from a hydrant he is flushing on Sherry Lee Lane in Peabody. His team flushed eight hydrants. PHOTO | JIM WILSON SALE PENDING! SOLD! NEW LISTING! The #1 Selling Real Estate Office in Lynnfield and Peabody* LYNNFIELD $499,900 BEVERLY $499,000 WILMINGTON $529,000 READING $559,000 MALDEN $685,000 *MLSPIN data 1/1/12-2/26/18 Nikki Cappadona-Martin 781-710-1440 Dan DelGrosso 978-578-5108 Karen Johnson 781-367-8482 Steve Macdonald 508-982-5005 Reggie Lemelin 978-979-6262