The Town of Cummington will hold a Special Town Meeting on Thursday, June 27, 2019, at the Community House. The STM will begin at 7 PM. Click here for warrant. ...read more...
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....read more...
Dog Licenses can be processed on Thursday nights 4-8 with the Town Clerk.
Per our Dog By-laws, old licenses expire March 31 of each year and renewal begins March 1. ...read more...
The NOI hearing for 337 Berkshire Trail project has again been continued. The new continuance date is 9/9/19 at 7 PM in the Community House.
Pursuant to Massachusetts Wetlands Protection Act, Chapter 131, Section 40 MGL and 310 CMR 10.00, the Cummington Conservation Commission will hold a continuance of the public ...read more...
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Meeting times: First and Third Tuesdays at 6:30 pm - Transfer Station Hours: Wednesdays 5:30 - 7:30 pm: Saturdays 7 - 11 am
|Term: Elected for 3 years at the Annual Town Meeting|
|Compensation: Chairman - $1,000/year, Members - $500/year|
For dates and pre-registration information, click here.
This link lists common items from your yard, garage, workshop, and in your home that may become old or unwanted, and need proper disposal. Click here.
1) Cover letter for Solid Waste Haulers - Click here.
2) Regulations for Refuse and Recycling Collection & Hauling - Click here.
3) HRMC 310 CMR Waste Ban Sign - Click here.
4) Permit notification for Commercial Haulers - Click here.
The attached "Take it or Leave it shed Guidelines.pdf" is a helpful introduction to the new shed near the Transfer Station office. Submit your items at the office. Click here to see details.
For helpful trash/recycling/hazardous waste information visit the "What Do I Do With" link on the HRMC website at: www.hrmc-ma.org or call 413-685-5498.
The attached "Safe Home - Healthy Home" flier contains hazardous waste info, including mercury in thermometers, thermostats, and rechargeable batteries. (Note: standard household alkaline batteries are not designated as hazardous and can be disposed of with regular household trash.) Click here for PDF.
-- More Details about Battery Disposal (with pictures)
This link shows various types of batteries and how to prepare them for appropriate disposal. Bring them into the Transfer Station office for more details. Click here.