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 ...read more...
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
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 ...read more...
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 ...read more...
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
Copy of rabies material
name of ...read more...
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April 2019 -- The ZBA recently handed down its decision on the special permit application for a firewood processing facility by Roger Wolf for his property on Stage Road. For full PDF of this decision, click here.
March 2019 -- The ZBA recently handed down its decision on the special permit application by Justincredible Cultivation LLD "to repurpose a storage facility into a recreational cannabis cultivation facility" located on 116 Powell Road. For full PDF of this decision, click here.
After the hearing, the ZBA makes it’s decision within 90 days. The decision is then filed with the Town Clerk within 20 days. Notice of the decision is mailed to all town Boards and abutters. The Town Clerk holds the decision for 20 days to see if anyone appeals it. If the decision is not appealed, the applicant may obtain from the Town Clerk the “Notice for Recording” and take this form to the Registry of Deeds and return a signed copy to the Town Clerk, who then files it with the record of the proceedings.