A notice to Milton Neighbors from National Grid:
National Grid is committed to safely and reliably delivering energy to our community. That’s why we are replacing the natural gas main at 360 to 524 Blue Hill Ave.; 2 to 3 Landon Rd.; 4 to 6 Craig St.; 4 to 6 Annapolis Rd.; 4 to 5 Adenac Rd.; 4 to 7 Lafayette St.; and 4 Prince St., Milton, MA. As part of this project, we will also replace the natural gas service piping that connects the main to the customer’s gas meters. Approximately 35 premises are within the construction limits.
Construction is expected to begin on August 8, 2016 and anticipated to last to November 8, 2016 weather permitting. We will work hard to complete this project promptly and with minimal disruption to the community. Visit ngrid.com/mainline to view a YouTube video on this gas main replacement process. A second video explaining the replacement of the service pipe to customer homes is available at ngrid.com/serviceline.
View the notification below, which will be distributed to all affected constituents. We’re here for you if you have any questions about this project. Please contact me at 1-781-794-3515.
We look forward to working with you as we upgrade our community’s infrastructure.
Manager, Community & Customer Management
39 Quincy Ave
Braintree, MA 02148
Dear Milton Resident/Business Owner,
Energy plays a critical role in our day-to-day lives and ensures the well-being of our community. That’s why we are investing in infrastructure upgrades that will help us to provide safe and reliable natural gas to our customers for years to come.
We will be working in your neighborhood.
National Grid and M&X Utility Co. will be performing infrastructure upgrades in the area of 36- to 524 Blue Hill Ave.; 2 to 3 Landon Rd.;4 to 6 Craig St.; 4 to 6 Annapolis Rd.; 4 to 5 Adenac Rd.; 4 to Lafayette St.; and 4 Prince St., Milton, MA.
Date: On or about August 8, 2016
Completion time: Approximately November 8, 2016
Construction days and hours: 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
What you can expect during construction.
Typical natural gas main replacement and service construction includes:
- Marking out underground utilities within the project scope area (e.g., water, sewer, gas, electric, etc)
- Excavation of the street and laying of new gas main
- Relaying National Grid customer’s individual gas services and connecting that service to the new main
- Meters may need to be relocated to the outside of the home or business.
- Temporary or permanent restoration of disturbed areas in accordance with the town ordinance
- Everything you need to know about upgrading the natural gas main on your street (PDF).
We’ll contact you when we are ready to connect your gas service to the new natural gas main.
A representative from National Grid or the contractor crew will reach out to the affected homes and businesses at least 24-48 hours in advance to scheduling the work. Every National Grid employee and contractor doing work for us are required to carry ID. For the crew to connect your gas service to the new main, they will need access to your home and appliances. Typical service line work will take one business day and during this time you will experience a temporary interruption of natural gas service. When the work is complete, a gas technician will be dispatched to turn on your gas meter relight your gas appliances. Visit ngrid.com/serviceline to view an example of this process.
We’re here for you if you have any questions about the project. Please call us at 781-907-3804. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Walter F. Fromm
Director of Construction