Emergency workers will have an easier time finding the homes they need to get
to in the Kingston, Massachusetts, area, thanks to J. Matthew Judge '06.
Judge, who recently became an Eagle Scout, spent several months identifying houses in
his community that either had no street numbers on them, or had the wrong numbers, along
with about 30 fellow Boy Scouts. The project was suggested by Kingston Building Inspector
Paul Armstrong to Judge's father, Assessor James C. Judge, and the Scouts took it on
as a worthwhile community safety program. After the houses with missing or incorrect
numbers were identified, occupants were sent letters by the city's building department.
Judge is a graduate of Boston College High School, and is interested in majoring in
environmental studies at St. Lawrence.
Posted: August 7, 2003