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Westborough District Court

Phone 508-366-8266 x132
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Mailing Address Westborough District Court
175 Milk Street**, Westborough, MA 01581
Street Address 186 Oak St., Westborough, MA 01581
Fax 508- 366-8268
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**We have a two addresses for the court, reflected above. The addresses appear to be quite close to each other.
Westborough District Court is near the intersection of 135 and 9, with Chauncy Lake and a couple of golf courses around.
About the area
Westborough Country Club has a great golf course. Also, several events throughout the year make it a great place to visit. The area also has historic spots and is a good area to raise kids. This town of 18,000 people has a great atmosphere. Several churches and schools in the area to choose from. Eli Whitney Jr. came from Westborough and he invented the cotton gin - the kind to make cotton, not the kind you drink.
Paul S. Waickowski 1st Judge
Type Of Cases <strong>Westborough Traffic Court</strong> gets plenty of work from I-90 speeding tickets, along with DUI and other offenses along Route 20/Route 9.
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Old Comments about Westborough District Court (hide)

Nov 05 2008 01:17:07: Are citizens supposed to be treated in a rude and unpleasant manner by the court staff? I don't believe that the "civil servants" (no pun) should have this demeanor when dealing with the public.