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Dooley and Mason Realty Group
178 Park St, North Reading, MA 01864
Dooley and Mason Realty Group offer great customer service for families and serious home buyers/sellers. It willMore support its clients with a free market analysis, mortgage calculator, buying and selling tips, and info about the local community. Its greatest asset is its interactive website with team with team members, listings, and open houses.
Richard F. Spindler Public Works Complex
166 Chestnut St, North Reading, MA 01864

The North Reading Department of Public Works consists of eight divisions that oversee and maintain the townsMore infrastructure and public facilities. Those divisions include Administration; Cemetery, Parks and Grounds; Engineering; Machinery Maintenance; Road and Street; Solid Waste and Recycling; Town Buildings; and Water. 

The Road and Street Division oversees and maintains the town's storm drainage system, sidewalks and 90 miles of roads. It also assists with snow removal and handles small construction projects.

The Recycling and Solid Waste Division oversees the town's curbside waste and recycling removal program. It also holds an annual Hazardous Waste Collection Day for town residents, and it maintains the town's lawn-waste disposal area at the Spindler Public Works Complex.

Along with housing the town's public works equipment, the Spindler Public Works Complex is the site of North Reading's composting center, which is open from April through December. The facility also is open Sundays in November for leaf disposal.

Burbank Ice Arena
51 Symonds Way, Reading, MA 01867

The North Shore Skating Club has been providing ice skating lessons and training for North Shore residents of allMore ages since 1948. It is currently housed in the Burbank Ice Arena in Reading. It also uses the Hockeytown arena in Saugus. Freestyle skating open times are hosted seven days a week. Club members and non-members are both welcome to sign up for open skate. 

The North Shore Skating Club has both senior and junior skating clubs. Both groups are trained and prepared for skate competitions. The Senior Club represents the club in competitions. The club is affiliated with the U.S. Figure Skating Organization. The instructors are experienced and professional figure skaters and they will encourage students to reach full potential. It has an annual awards ceremony recognizing skating members who exemplify certain criteria. All members perform in the annual Ice Spectacular expose.

Great American Tavern
303 Main St, North Reading, MA 01864

Great American Tavern offers something for just about everyone. What appears to be a simple, neighborhood wateringMore hole is actually a grand space housing two bars and dining spaces. One side is set up as a traditional bar with bar stools, booths and an open, standing space. The other side takes on a lounge-type ambience. Despite the difference, the casual feel remains.

The Great American Tavern serves more than just bar food. Patrons will indeed find choices like nachos, wings and fries, but they might be surprised to find those nachos are hand-cut tortillas, the wings are glazed in honey and the fries are tossed in truffle oil. Great American Tavern also serves a wide variety of American and regionally inspired dishes – from steaks and burgers to pasta and grilled pizzas.

If any of the home teams are playing, the tavern becomes a fan headquarters with 50-inch, widescreen, plasma TVs showing the game.