It is awesome to see those new customers the Mass Coastal is getting. It would be good to see the iron restored down to the flour plant so they can get direct delivery.
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Falmouth Secondary to Otis wrote: ↑Fri Sep 09, 2022 1:48 pm Cavossa Disposal Corporation was awarded a $413,326 MA IRAP grant to help modernize the Upper Cape Cod Regional transfer station. Great news as the Falmouth Secondary line and the Otis Industrial track have recently been rehabilitated with new RR ties / Ballast.I'll have to start bugging Carl to see what the grand plans are. I can only hope for a second building that does strictly MSW.
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/massa ... cf986aa526
SOCO11 wrote: ↑Fri Aug 26, 2022 10:52 am *SNIP*I wish SeMass would ship the mixed metal they have on site out by rail, They have to have 2,000+ tons just sitting on the floor inside the building.
Excel scrap in Freetown is now shipping out of their site even before trackwork into it is started. These government grants are finally showing some results. They need to approve some $$ to rebuild track down to RI border in Fall River. MCRR has shown they can pick up the customers.
malbojah wrote: ↑Thu Jan 12, 2023 8:59 am No promises, but joint Base Cape cod has started clearing the trees out from the middle of the tracks on the baseAre they clearing at the end of the spur towards the WYE ? I Hiked around the WYE area by the golf course today and all is quiet on that end so far.