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Annual Town Meeting, May 7, 2021, at 7 PM

Posted on 04/08/21

The Annual Town Meeting will take place on Friday, May 7, 2021, at 7 PM. As of now, the TM will be held at the  Community House. Please check back for any updates on possible change of venue. Warrant will be forthcoming. Masks will be required and social distancing protocols will ...

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Town Caucus Results - 3/31/21

Posted on 04/16/21

Here is the list of nominees for varous offiices voted on at Town Caucus held  on March 31, 2021...

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Annual Town Election May 10, 2021

Posted on 04/16/21

The Annual Election of Town Officers will be held Monday, May 10, 2021, at the Community House. Polling hours are 1-8 PM.  Slate of officers forthcoming. Masks will be required and social distancing protocols will be in place. ...

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ZBA Hearing 5/12/21 at 7 PM

Posted on 04/08/21

The ZBA will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, Mary 12, 2021, to review the application of Jasa Farms LLC for a marijuana estblishment  on 0 Bryant Road. The meeting will be held at the Community House and will be virtual also.  Social distancing and mask wearing will be in ...

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Dog License Info

Posted on 04/08/21

January 2021: 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, Cummington, MA 01026, or info and check can be dropped off in the drop box located ...

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Conservation Commission Seeking Secretary

Posted on 03/26/21
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Drop Box Info

Posted on 03/26/21

When using the dropbox on the back side of the Community House, please pick up cover and put article in slot.  Thank you....

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Road Closings for 2020-2021 Season

Posted on 03/26/21

ROAD CLOSINGS DECEMBER 1, 2020 – MAY 1, 2021 or from first snow until mud season is over.

 STAGE ROAD from House number 200-132

 TROW ROAD from House number 43 – 88

 TIRRELL HILL from House number 3 – 34

 BUG HILL ...

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SILENT CALL PPOCEDURE
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