Middlesex jail cambridge mass

Budgets as proposed by the County Commissioners were approved by a County Advisory Board that consisted of a single representative of each of the 54 cities and towns in Middlesex County.

The legislation abolishing Middlesex County executive retained the Sheriff and Registers of Deeds as independently elected officials, and transferred the Sheriff's Department under the state Department of Public Safety and the two Registry of Deeds offices to the Massachusetts Secretary of State's Office. (AP) -- The Middlesex Jail in Cambridge has closed after 32 years of operations.Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian says the jail at the Edward Sullivan Courthouse officially closed on Saturday afternoon.As part of the 2010 national census, the Commonwealth's mean center of population This location not to be confused as the more conventional physical geographic-epicenter of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts which sits in Rutland, Massachusetts (of neighboring Worcester, County.) Furthermore, through the census Middlesex County is included in the Boston–Cambridge–Newton, MA–NH Metropolitan Statistical Area.On July 11, 1997, members of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' legislature voted to abolish the executive government of Middlesex County due primarily to the county's insolvency.Any county roads became transferred to the Commonwealth as part of the dissolution.

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