A reminder that dog and kennel licenses are due by March 31st. There is a late fee after March 31st. 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 ...read more...
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 - email@example.com...read more...
The Town of Cummington is looking for someone to handle outdoor duties. 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
Autumn debris removal and gutter cleaning
Please send resume ...read more...
Click here for hearing notice. Click here for application....read more...
Info for open burning: General info and Date / Permit info....read more...
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 ...read more...
PLEASE NOTE: this directory has not been updated since 2008. Please check it out, review the information which pertains to you and if there needs to be corrections, please let us know. The phone directory is sortable by clicking on the button at the top of each column, so for instance you can sort the phone directory by street address, or first name.
Do you have scenes of our town which you consider as representing the beauty of this special place in which we live? We would love to have you send to us, photos for publication on the site’s slide show.
Photos submitted will be added to our gallery and each time you log on a new set of ten randomly selected photos will be displayed in our Home Page Slide Show.
You may send photos as an attachment to the site administrator.
The Cummington website now has an automatic RSS feed. There should be an orange icon with a white dot in the lower left corner and two white curved lines radiating out from the dot (supposed to represent radio waves) somewhere in the top portion of your browser depending on which browser you are using. This is the standard icon for RSS. RSS stands for really simple syndication. This function allows users with an RSS reader to be notified when a new article is present on a particular website. Some newer browsers have the RSS reader built into them. When you click on the icon you will get a summary of the articles in the feed. If you go to the New York Times, CNN, MSNBC, or any other news website you will see a similar feature that allows you to keep track of breaking stories.
The RSS feed is automatically built from all of the articles and minutes that have been posted to the website in the last 30 days.
Speak to a Select Board member to identify any specific needs or concerns of the Town or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Selectboard meetings are on Thursday evenings. Check Town Calendar for actual dates.