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Help Wanted

Posted on 02/04/23

Help Wanted

The Town of Cummington is looking for someone to handle outdoor and some indoor maintenance of two of our municipal buildings. Position to be filled as soon as possible. Responsibilities would include:

Snow removal of sidewalks, ramps and doorways

Roof snow raking

Sidewalk sanding and refilling sand buckets...

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Public Forum - BTES Info Meeting, 2/15/23 @ 7PM

Posted on 02/04/23

The BTES Ad Hoc Committee will present in an update/informational meeting on what has been happening with the planning for future use of the building at 2 Main Street.  Meeting will be held at the Community House on 2/15/23 at 7 PM.  All are welcome....

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Finance Committee Budget Requests for FY24

Posted on 02/03/23

 Due Date for Budget Requests March 1, 2023... Link https://sites.google.com/view/budget-forms   Short link:

bit.ly/01026forms     If any questions contact Fin Com Secretary - mtumenas@cummington-ma.gov...

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From the Town Clerk Re Dog Licenses

Posted on 01/28/23

Dog licenses for all dogs are due by March 31, 2023.  Click here for form. The form can be mailed along with your payment or dropped in the gray box near the rear entrance of the Community House.  Please be aware of the $5.00 late fee. ...

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Open Burning Info - 1/23

Posted on 01/15/23

Info for open burning:  General info and Date / Permit info....

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Road Closures 2022-2023

Posted on 11/11/22

At their November 10, 2022, Selectboard meeting, the closing of the following roads from December 1, 2022, to May 1, 2023, or from first snow until mud season is over was approved:

Stage Road from house number 132 to 200

Trow Road from House number 43 to 88

Tirrell Hill ...

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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
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