A Housing Committee will be forming soon. If you are interested in volunteering for this Committee please contact the Selectmen's Office at 253-7129.
CHECK THE TOWN CLERK PAGE FOR INFORMATION ON THE MAY LOCAL ELECTION
One of the at-large seats on the Community Preservation Committee is vacant. If you have an interest in serving on this Committee please contact the Selectmen’s Office at 413-253-7129
A Community Garden Committee will be forming soon. If you are interested in volunteering for this Committee please contact Cyd Reiman at QuartzHorse@gmail.com.
JUST A REMINDER
ALL PELHAM ELECTED
OFFICIALS MUST SIGN END OF THE YEAR CAMPAIGN FINANCE FORMS WITH THE TOWN CLERK BY JANUARY 16,2015 .
NEXT PROPERTY TAX
MAILED THE END OF
DECEMBER AND DUE
FEBRUARY 2, 2015
YOUR CENSUS FORMS ARE IN THE MAIL
JUST A REMINDER DO NOT OPEN IT IF IT DOESN'T HAVE YOUR NAME ON IT. RETURN IT TO THE TOWN CLERK SO A NEW ONE CAN BE SENT.
PLEASE DO NOT SEND TAX BILLS AND CENSUS FORMS IN THE SAME ENVELOPE
PLEASE MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS ON THE FORM AND ALSO MAKE SURE IT IS SIGNED BEFORE RETURNING IT.
Used air compressor for sale
The Town of Pelham, Massachusetts is soliciting submission of offers for a 1979 Worthington air compressor. 4-cylinder gas engine, does not run.
The air compressor is being sold as is with no warranties expressed or implied.
For more information or to look at the air compressor, please contact Rick Adamcek at 413-253-5245.
Offers should be marked “1979 air compressor offer” and will be received at the Pelham Selectmen’s Offices, 351 Amherst Road, Pelham, Massachusetts, 01002, until 2:00pm on Monday, February 23, 2015.
The responsible & responsive bidder with the best offer will prevail. The Town of Pelham reserves the right to reject any or all offers. Receipt of the air compressor must be made within 21 days. The Town of Pelham is not responsible for shipping and/or transportation costs.
The Board of Selectmen has made apointments for this year July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. Make sure that your members have been sworn in by the Town Clerk prior to your next meetings or they cannot vote or count in the quorum.
The web site for Municipal version Format the web site is www.muniprog.eth.state.ma.us
Beginning August 1, 2013 your postings (with agenda) must be
sent at least 72 hours in advance not including weekeknds and holidays to: email@example.com or they can be dropped of at the Clerk's Office. This is necessary in order to hopefully transition to the new Cloud based posting and minutes program in the Feb or March.
NOTICE TO PELHAM SENIORS
Your Council on Aging Chairperson is Linda Michaud.
The Outreach Person is
Joan Hart 413-253-5335
There are many programs for which you may be eligble
Senior Lunch is served on most Wednesdays at 11:30 AM Call by Sunday so your meal can be ordered if you would like to join us.
The Council on Aging now has email: firstname.lastname@example.org
$50.00 Fine for NON LICENSING of Dogs now in effect per 2012 State Law. This supercedes our town bylaws
You can now pay your motor vehicle excise tax bill on-line as well as personal property and real estate tax. On-line payment of excise tax can only be done by the due date, if you are are making a payment after the due date, call the Collector (413) 253-2267.
The Payment Center accepts Master Card, Visa, or Discover credit cards or checks.
Click on Tax Payment Center.
There is no online payment process for Dog Licenses or fines that must be submitted to the Town Clerk.
For a copy of the
VILLAGE CENTER REPORT
BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
HAVE VACANCIES :
Community Hall Committee
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact the Select Board Office at 253-7129.
TOWN OF PELHAM
Pelham was founded in 1743. It was the home of Capt. Daniel Shays, a Revolutionary War hero who led the 1786 Shays' Rebellion against state officials in Boston. Although the rebellion was defeated, this uprising shaped the history of our nation. The U.S. Congress responded to Shays' Rebellion by calling the first Constitutional Convention that drafted the Constitution of the United States and led to adoption of the federal Bill of Rights.
Pelham once had extensive fields and farms. Water powered grist and wooden turning mills dotted the streams. West Pelham served as a terminus of a regional electric trolley system, was the site of the Orient Springs health resort and the first factory to produce bamboo fly fishing rods in the United States.
Today, although Pelham boasts a population of less than 1500 citizens, it is a vibrant community of individuals who echo the spirit and commitment of Daniel Shays, its most famous citizen.
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NEW! COUNCIL ON AGING EMAIL: email@example.com
SEND YOUR QUESTIONS FOR YOUR PELHAM SELECTMEN TO: firstname.lastname@example.org
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