|FOLLOW-UP SPECIAL TOWN MEETING SET FOR NOVEMBER 13 -- Responding quickly to the fact that the October 16 Special Town Meeting adjourned after having voted on only one Article on its warrant, the Hawley Board of Selectmen set Thursday, November 13 at 7:00 pm as the date and time for the next one. WARRANT.|
|ADDITIONAL FLU-SHOT DATE SET BY HAWLEY TOWN NURSE -- For those who are unable to get their free flu shots on November 1 (see below), the Town Nurse ". . . will continue to give flu vaccine as part of [her] regular nursing hours and will be in Charlemont on Veteran's day [November 11] for this purpose. Here's a FLYER.|
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REMINDER: TOWN EMAIL ADDRESSES HAVE CHANGED -- Now that the Town's broadband internet connection has been tested and found viable, the Hawley Communications Committee is working on changing all official email addresses over to to the same format as the website. Email addresses will be issued for all officers using the following format:
. . . . @townofhawley.com.
The purpose of this change is to tie the addresses to the town domain name instead of to Internet Service Providers (HughesNet, Crocker, CornerStone, etc.), thus giving the Town more flexibility in the future and eliminating duplicate fees.
The following five email addresses have been created and/or changed:
When changing these addresses, remember to change them in your mobile devices as well as your computer. If you are using an email "client" like MS Outlook to handle your mail, remember as well that any lists you have created there may also have to be updated.
If you use the former addresses for these three people/functions after August 31, the messages you send will "bounce back" to you. To recover, forward your original message (it will be in your "sent messages" folder) to the correct address.
You'll always be able to find the email addresses for the Town on this website.
FREE FLU SHOTS FOR ENTIRE COMMUNITY AT HAWLEMONT ON NOVEMBER 1 - As long as they are 6 months old or more, Hawley residents who are not yet 60 or older will have their chance to take advantage of a free flu shot program on Saturday, November 1.
In an event sponsored by the Hawley and Charlemont Boards of Health and the Hawlemont Emergency Dispensing Site Team, Hawlemont School will once again serve as a free flu shot inoculation site from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Residents are reminded to bring their health insurance cards, if possible. Flyer.
BYLAW FOR LARGE-SCALE SOLAR INSTALLATIONS IS NEARING FINAL DRAFT: YOUR FEEDBACK IS NEEDED -- The Planning Board of the Town of Hawley is STILL ACTIVELY SEEKING feedback and guidance as it finalizes a proposed by-law concerning large-scale solar installations. This by-law will affect how the Town manages this issue going forward. NOW is the time to offer your comments and insights. If you have already contributed feedback, check out the results here.
Please review the draft of the proposed by-law for large-scale solar installations by following the links to the three documents below --
-- and send your feedback to --
NEW APPOINTMENTS LISTED -- A small Town like Hawley is fueled by the efforts of its volunteers. While some appointed and elected positions do receive stipends, very few are paid highly enough to constitute a "living." So all who serve the Town deserve our thanks.
The following is a list of people whose appointments to various Town roles and committees were approved at the Selectboard meeting held on Tuesday, June 17. Some of them have served in the same capacity for several years, and are being reappointed. All of them deserve our cooperation and support. The list has been sorted alphabetically by the volunteers' last names:
♦ Joyce Charland - Council on Aging (1 year term, exp. 2015)
In addition, the following people have been appointed as Election Registrars in the past two months:
♦ Margaret Eggert
A more complete list of the Town's Fiscal 2015 appointees will be published on this website shortly.