Meeting Agenda Template

Meeting Notice Template
For use by committee members to post a meeting

Use the Meeting Notice Template to post your meetings with the Town Clerk, in order to comply with MGL C.30A s.18-25, the "open meeting" law.
 
You may email it to the Clerk for posting or deliver it to Town Hall. Remember that postings must be done at least 48 hours prior, excluding weekends and holidays.
 
More info will be forthcoming. Any questions in the meantime, contact the Clerk's office using the info box to your right.  
 

News & Updates

Shutesbury's Assistant Town Clerk

Shutesbury has a new assistant town clerk, Grace Bannasch.  Grace grew up and lives in Shutesbury.  She is learning all the town clerk duties.  She is now the go-to person for all things DOG and is handling the tracking of posted  agendas and minutes.  We are able to expand our regular office hours to the public.  Our new hours are:

Nomination Papers and Citizen Petitions are Due Soon

Planning for Annual Town Meeting on Saturday, May 4 is reaching some of the deadline dates.

MARCH 15 - Nomination papers must be turned in to the Town Clerk by 5 pm.  So far we have nominations papers completed by:

       Board of Health - Catherine Hilton, incumbent

       Board of Library Trustees - Brad Foster and Michele Regan-Ladd, both incumbents 

       Moderator - Paul Lyons

       Planning Board - Jeff Lacy, incumbent

How to Receive Meeting Notifications

If you were receiving calendar notifications using our previous posting system, you will need to follow the steps below to sign up for these emails again.

You can sign up for notifications of meetings for any committee by going to our new posting website: https://www.mytowngovernment.org/01072

Use the drop down menu on the left to pick the committee you want to follow.  On the committee's page, click, "Subscribe to Email Alerts."  You will need to repeat these steps for each committee separately.

 

2019 Annual Town Census

The blue Annual Street List form has been mailed to you! The state requires towns to contact every resident to update the street list and confirm every voter.  Children, non-voters and non-voters, everyone and anyone in your household should be listed on the form correctly.  Please add any missing information.  If there is more than one household at your address, please request additional forms.

If a voter has moved away, please write down an address so I can get a signature to remove them from the town voter rolls. 

Census

The 2018 Annual Street Listing Form that combines the Town Census and the State Voter Census is coming to your household soon. 

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