Please take 5-10 minutes to complete this survey to share your vision for Cummington with the Planning Board. The survey closes on December 18. Your responses will help the Planning Board shape future zoning bylaw amendments. We look forward to hearing your thoughts about our town!...read more...
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 ...read more...
Click here for November 2020 issue of the Goodwill Messenger.
We received a lot of requests to know what FSA people are in. Our Board page has 2 links. 1 to a PDF map and 1 to a look up table. On the table enter your street number. http://ow.ly/RE3Y50ApixU
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 December 31, 2020. Here’s a link for more information: https://www.smore.com/8f79u
Missed the kickoff event for the broadband sign-up? No worries…….just follow this link whipcityfiber.com/cummington 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 December 1, 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 afterDecember 1, 2020, you will have to pay for all 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 December 1, 2020 in 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.
For people that are on social media the Cummington Municipal Light Plant has a Facebook page and a Twitter account.
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/cummingtonmlp/
Twitter - https://twitter.com/CummingtonMLP
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