Merrimack Valley Massachusetts

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Maynard

Maynard is a geographically small (5.3 sq. mile) town. It is ethnically diverse with a history of industrial development. Maynard is both rural and suburban, with a well-defined commercial downtown and open space. A major landmark in the Town is the Old Mill clock tower. The wooden structure was built by a Maynard carpenter. The tower was refurbished in 1980 by then owner Digital Equipment Corporation. The clock has four faces, each nine feet in diameter. The faces are backlit with electric lights. During the Christmas holiday season, the faces are illuminated with red and green bulbs.
Transportation
Highways: State routes 27, 117, 62 and Interstate routes 495 and 95
Schools and Education
Green Meadow School
The Fowler School
Maynard High School
Hudson Maynard Adult Learning Center
Additional Info
Town Hall: 978-897-1300
Fire Department: 978-897-1014
Police Department: 978-897-1011/978-897-1012
Town Website: http://web.maynard.ma.us/
Incorporated in: 1871
Population: 10,479
Total Area: 5.24 sq. miles 
Land Area: 5.24 sq. miles 
Density: 1999 per sq. mile 
Median Household Income: $78,381.00
Median household Size: 2.4 

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