THE TOWN OF HAWLEY SELECTBOARD ADOPTED a new tree tapping policy at its Tuesday, September 18 meeting. The purpose of the policy is to set standards and definitions regarding the tapping of trees on Town-owned land. Included in the policy are:
<> A definition of “Tapping”;
<> What constitutes Town-owned land for this purpose;
<> Annual authorization needed; and,
<> Policy exceptions.
Download a .pdf copy of the Tree Tapping Policy HERE.
FRCOG’s COOPERATIVE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE (CPHS) and the Mohawk Area Public Health Commission (MAPHCO) are offering a series of eight free flu clinics at various Franklin County locations during October and early November. Hi-dose vaccinations for seniors and Flu mist for children will be available.
For a list of the times, dates and locations of the clinics, click HERE.
Call Lisa White, R.N. Public Health Nurse, at 413-665-1400 ext. 114 if you have questions.
MASSACHUSETTS STATE PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS in the Tuesday, September 4, election at the Hawley Town Office. Town Clerk Pamela Shrimpton reports there was a 30% overall voter turnout. To view the tallies, click on the links, below: