Important Dates: All times are at 33 Main St, at the Community House!!
October 28th Last day to submit a “Vote by Mail” application by 5 p. m.
October 29th Early Voting in person 4-8
November 3rd State Election 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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Click here for details of hearing to be held on Wednesday, November 18, 2020, at 7 PM in the Community House.
Appropriate distancing and masks will be required of all attendees....read more...
The Town is pleased to announce the hiring of new Town Accountant, Hetal Patel, who started her duties this week. Her weekly hours will be posted when they are established. Welcome, Hetal!...read more...
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Meeting times: Committee Disbanded 2020
|Term: Appointed by the Selectboard for 1 year|
The MVP Committee was entrusted with carrying out the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) grant. The Committee comprised of the following members: Bill Adams, Adam Dragon, Bernard Forgea, Sarah Fournier-Scanlon, Michael Perkins, Alan Taylor and James Wettereau and was in existance for approximately one year. See below for draft finidings report.
“The Towns of Chesterfield, Cummington, Goshen, and Worthington are collaborating with the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission (PVPC), residents, and stakeholders on strategies to reduce vulnerability and adapt to our changing climate through the State’s Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program. The core directive of the MVP program is to engage community stakeholders to facilitate the education, planning, and ultimate implementation of priority climate change adaptation actions. Completion of the MVP planning process will enable the Towns to receive a MVP designation and preference for future state grants.
The MVP grant also requires each town to engage the public on climate resilience. Given current COVID-19 social distancing guidance, we are unable at this time to hold a public meeting on the subject Instead, we are asking all Cummington residents to do two things: