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River Update from the Board of Health

Posted on 07/23/20

The Cummington Board of Health is pleased to announce that the Westfield River was tested again on Monday, June 20th, 2020, for Ecoli.

The results of two tests, one near the Lilac Bridge and one near Walker Road both now meet the acceptable limits for Massachusetts Bathing Beaches.

Therefore, the ...

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Rt. 112 Road Construction Info

Posted on 07/24/20

On Monday July 20, 2020 – road construction will begin on Bryant Road between Route 9 and West Cummington Road.

Bryant Road will be closed to through traffic from Route 9 (Near the Bryant Library) to the intersection at West Cummington Road near the Bryant

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Transfer Station Update -- New Recycling Bins

Posted on 07/24/20

There are now two bins at the Transfer Station for items to be recycled.

The new bin is for the cans, glass, and plastics (i.e., milk cartons, juice boxes, soup/stock containers) and those  can be mixed together. Please keep cardboard and paper together (no shredded paper; staples and binding on paper ...

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Curbside Delivery at Bryant Free Library Beginning 6/27/20

Posted on 07/24/20

The Bryant Free Library will be open Saturday mornings from 8:30-12:30 with curbside delivery of books, magazines, dvd's etc. starting this Saturday, June 27th. Items can be ordered by calling Librarian Mark DeMaranville at 634-5400 and leaving a message. A mask is required when picking up with 1 transaction at ...

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Dog Licenses Available by Mail

Posted on 07/24/20

Dog licences are available by mail through the town clerk.  Please send the following info along with a check made out to the Town of Cummington to:

Town Clerk at PO Box 128

Name of dog

Age

Address

Color

Copy of rabies material

Breed

Spayed female

Neutered male

name of ...

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Anytime help is needed from police, fire, or ambulance personnel, 9-1-1 should be your first call in an emergency.

9-1-1 CALLING TIPS
Stay calm and speak clearly
Be sure to listen carefully and answer all of the dispatcher's questions to the best of your ability
If possible, do not hang up until the 9-1-1 dispatcher has obtained all of the information that is needed.

SILENT CALL PPOCEDURE
If you cannot speak, you can still communicate with the dispatcher by using your landline phone's key pad. Once the call taker answers
Press 1 if you need Police
Press 2 if you need Fire
Press 3 if you need an Ambulance

Cordless phones will not work during power outages, so it is important to always keep a corded phone in your home in case of emergency

WIRELESS/CELLULAR PHONES
If you are calling from a cellular phone, please provide as much information to the dispatcher as possible. New technology allows dispatchers to receive your phone number and approximate location where the call orginated from within a couple of hundred yards. The more information you can give, the better.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Medical Alert deviecs do not provide a direct connection with your local police, fire or ambulance personnel. If immediate help is needed and a phone is within your reach, call 9-1-1
TDD/TTY users should call 9-1-1 directly. All 9-1-1 dispatchers are equipped with and trained to use TDD/TTY equipment
Massachusetts residents with disabilities may qualify for specialized telephones and accessories free of charge or at a reduced rate. Please visit www.massedp.com or call 1-800-300-5658 V/TTY for more information