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Highway Dept. Seeking Bids

Posted on 06/01/20

The Town of Cummington is seeking sealed bids for equipment (with or without operator) to be called on from July 1, 2020, through June 2021. Click here for details of equipment needed as well as deadline and submission info....


Special Town Meeting - 6/19/20 at 6:30 pm

Posted on 05/25/20

Click here for warrant for STM to be held at the Community House on 6/19/20 at 6:30 pm....


Annual Town Meeting Warrant 6/19/20

Posted on 05/25/20

Click here for full warrant for Annual Town Meeting to be held at the Community House, Friday, 6/19/20, at 7 PM....


Town Election Information for June 29, 2020, Election

Posted on 05/25/20

Town Election information:

Last day to register is June 9, 2020 for our town election on June 29, 2020, 1-8 p.m. at the Community House. We will observe all state protocols during our election. 

If you want to vote by absentee ballot, fill out the 2020 Municipal Election Application - ...


Annual Town Election Warrant 6/29/20

Posted on 05/25/20

Cummington's annual town election will be held at the Community House on Monday, June 29, 2020, from 1-8 pm.  Click here warrant....


Town Caucus Results - 5/12/20

Posted on 05/25/20

Click here for results of Town Caucus held on May 12, 2020....


Dog Licenses Available by Mail

Posted on 05/25/20

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


Spayed female

Neutered male

name of ...

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Recent News

TriWire Working Today 6/4/20


Good morning. Below are the locations of where our crews will be located today.
Project: Cummington, MA
TriWire crew activities: 6-4-20

Splicers 3 Testing
FSA03 Testing
Location Various locations

Crew 1 & 2 Fiber installation
FSA02 Fiber installation
Location West Main St and Main St.

Crew 3 &4 MST installation
FSA02 MST installation
Location Berkshire Trl

Pictures of Memorial Day Services


From Tom Geryk, Veterans'Agent:
"American Legion Post 304 of Cummington held Memorial Day ceremonies in Worthington, Chesterfield, Goshen, Cummington, and Plainfield. The following web link is of the ceremony recorded at Goshen Cemetery by Bob Labrie of the Goshen Fire Department"

Goodwill Messenger - May 2020


Click here for May 2020 issue of the Goodwill Messenger.

High Speed Hot Spot at Cummington Community House Open


Thanks to Governor Baker and Whip City Fiber!
The efforts of our administration combined with our ISP, Whip City Fiber, have borne fruit with a new high speed connection to the Community House, at least until September. Here’s a link for more information:

Bagshare Project Providing Face Masks

The Bagshare Project is providing free cloth masks to anyone who needs them in any amount.
 E mail if you need some. 
E mail if you want to help sew or assemble kits.
E mail if you want to donate funds for supplies.
Leni's email address:
Courtesy of The Bagshare Project and The Town of Cummington Sewing Center

Now Is the Time for Sign Ups!


Cummington Residents,

As many of you are aware, we had to put off the trenching for all underground conduits this fall. Now, we are back on track, and expect to proceed with these in the spring.

The document that you submitted was not a commitment to the broadband service, but simply a property access form. No one has yet signed up for a subscription to Cummington Connect.

Now it is time for sign ups!

The special town meeting held on November 7th authorized a transfer of funding from the stabilization account, allowing us to move forward and commit to paying for the infrastructure and the drops (connections) all the way to the router for those who subscribe, and to the outside NID for those who wish to have an available connection for the future, but do not wish to subscribe. The sign up period for broadband subscriptions, and "cold drops" will be from November 16, 2019 through January 31, 2020. The Cummington MLP will pay in full for all those who sign up for the subscription or even the "cold drop" for the planned route. If you desire a different route for your fiber, other than the one designed, you will be charged any increase in price.

Info sessions with the folks from Whip City Fiber (our ISP) will take place on Saturday, November 16th, from 10am-12pm and again from 12 pm -2pm.  The reps from Whip City Fiber will be here, at the Community House to answer all of your questions about how this will work, about TV, streaming and more.  This is also the day our page on the website will go live and the actual signups will begin. You will be able to sign up either at the Community House on November 16th or online after that. Remember- you must sign up before January 31, 2020 for the MLP to cover the costs. If you wait, chances are you will have to pay for the connection out of pocket- minimally ~$700 for a short aerial connection (much more for longer or underground) + $250 to roll a truck out just for you.

In Summary: You need to sign up if you want either broadband service or just the drop to your house

  • November 16 -Community House Info Session with ISP- get all your questions answered
  • Signups- November 16-January 31
  • Trenching for underground connections in the spring
  • When will you actually have broadband? As soon as we can get it to you... sometime in the spring
  • Hope to see everyone Saturday the 16th of November at the Community House, either 10AM - 12PM or 12PM - 2PM.

I gave $49 a few years back.

That $49 was to Wired West and we are no longer affiliated with them. If you signed up with Wired West in the past, you may apply for a refund of your deposit on their website.

MLP Hiccup is Cured


In a Special Town meeting last night, Thursday 11/7/19, the town voted to move a sum of money from the Stabalization Account to an MLP Acount. This will now allow the MLP to pay for all drops to subscribers, who take service, and townspeople who only want the fiber to their home but not take service. The ability to fund all drops has been the hope of the MLP Board all through the process of building the Town owned FTTH (Fiber to the Home) Network. Covering the expense of the drop is the best way to reach a "Take Rate" that will keep the FTTH a viable Town owned service/utility for current and future residents.

A big THANK YOU to the town residents who showed up on a miserable Thursday night and gave us a ton of support to move forward.

The MLP Board and myself are pushing as hard as we can and the rock we are all pushing uphill just became a little smaller.

Missed the kickoff event for the broadband sign-up?


Missed the kickoff event for the broadband sign-up?  No worries…….just follow this link and sign up online.  Great turn out yesterday, thanks to all who showed up to sign up and ask questions. Let’s keep this ball rolling. 

Signing up is easy! Complete an application online or call 1-833-WCF-CALL (1-833-923-2255) and one of our customer service representatives can answer any questions you have and complete your application over the phone. When installation appointments are available, the customer service team will contact you to schedule an appointment.

You can sign up to have the fiber brought to your home without signing up for Internet service. This is is called a “cold drop” and it costs you nothing, only if you sign up by January 31, 2020. You still must sign up on the Whip City Fiber website so we know to include your cold drop in our network construction. If you sign up for a cold drop after January 31, 2020, you will have to pay for the rest of the installation costs. Why sign up for a cold drop? This will save you substantial money. If you ask for a drop after the deadline, the entire cost of the fiber drop from the pole to your home, plus all labor and equipment, and a mobilization charge (a crew/truck will have to come out just for you), will be charged. This will be a minimum of ~$800. 

Don't forget, you must apply for service before January 31, 2020in order to qualify for the free, town-subsidized installation. Requests after crews leave town may result in substantial delay in installation and will require the homeowner to cover all or a portion of the service drop, and interior installation costs.

We would loike to thank the folks at Wip City Fiber for coming out for our "Sign up Kickoff" and bringing some great mini cup cakes and coffee.

Latest Cummington MLP News


The Cummington MLP distributed a new brochure in locations around town. For a downloadable PDF of the brochure click here.

Underground Connections Cummington Broadband Newsletter



bsnsscrdfsa400px.pngCummington’s Fiber to the Home network, which will pass by every home in Cummington, is moving forward.  Utility poles in town have been mapped and measured. Applications for each pole to begin “make ready work”, have been submitted to Verizon and NSTAR(Eversource). This will get the poles ready to carry the fiber along its path. 

We are writing to ask if the electric and or phone lines that feed your house are buried. If so, please fill out the Underground Utilities Form. We need to have these questions answered, as we hope to have some of this work completed before the ground freezes. Our goal is to have the network up and running by September, 2019.


Please take the time to fill out the form at:



For general information about the project go to:


If you have questions please contact us at


Thank you, 

The Cummington Municipal Light Board

Allan Douglas, Manager 


With so many towns building out now, both the utilities and WG&E will work as fast as they can to get the networks up and running, and we hope to have all of Cummington served by the fall of 2019.


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