THE MASSACHUSETTS OFFICE OF HOUSING AND ECONOMIC Development has awarded the Town of Hawley $466,900 for the rebuilding of Route 8A, including that section known locally as “The Dugway.” According to an article in the October 19 Greenfield Recorder, Hawley is “. . . among eight rural communities that will recieve $7.3 million worth of road and bridge fixes through the MassWorks grant program.”
The other seven towns included in this rural grant group are: Continue reading
HAWLEY STATE ELECTION – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018
Hawley will be holding the State Election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 from 7 am to 8 pm at the Town Office, 8 Pudding Hollow Road in Hawley.
Absentee ballots are now available. Please come by on Wednesdays from 9 to 12 or during regular office hours to fill out an application for an absentee ballot. The application file is also available on our town website. Click HERE.
Early Voting will also be an option for this election from October 22nd through November 2nd during the following hours:
- Wednesday 10/24 from 9 am to noon;
- Wednesday 10/31 from 9 am to noon; and,
- Saturday, October 27th from 9 am till noon.
If you need to schedule hours outside of this timeframe, please feel free to contact the Town Clerk.
Hawley Town Clerk Pamela Shrimpton can be reached at 413-339-5518 (Office) or 413-339-4091 (Home), or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and see you on Election Day, or before!
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A TREE FALLS in such a way that it straddles Town/Resident property lines? A new Tree Removal policy, adopted by the Hawley Selectboard at its October 2 meeting, spells out the options.
This policy, which is aimed at clarifying rather than changing existing practices, addresses the following:
► Who gets to use the tree?
► Requesting Town’s help for tree disposal;
► Highway Department/Tree Warden considerations; and,
► Policy limitations.
This one-page .pdf file can be downloaded HERE.