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The Official Town of Chesterfield Massachusetts Website

Annual Town Election May 5, 2014

The 2014 Annual Town Elections will take place on Monday, May 5th, from Noon to 8:00 PM in the Meeting Room of the Town Office Building at 422 Main Road.

2014 positions up for election and current official filling the position:

Selectman-  David Kielson, 3 yr.
Assessor - Mary Anne Rys 3yr
Town Clerk - Sandra Wickland, 3 yr.
Treasurer - Margaret (Meg) McWherter, 3 yr.
Tax Collector - Shelia Laroche, 3 yr.
Board of Health - Henry Badner, 3 yr.
Chesterfield/Goshen School Committee - Don Willard, 3 yr.
Hampshire Regional School Committee - Betsy Todd, 3 yr.
Constable - Robert Judd, Jr., 3 yr.
Library Trustee - Mary Jane Miller, 3 yr.
Library Trustee - vacancy from resignation of Autumn Boyle-Dawson, 1 yr.
Planning Board - Daniel Henshaw - 3 yr.
Planning Board - Judith Terry, 3 yr.
Planning Board - Roy Oliver Wiley, 3 yr.
Planning Board - vacancy, 2 yr.
Tree Warden - Roland Curtis, 3 yr.

 

 

Cemetery Commission seeks quotes

Cemetery Commission seeks quotes for conservation of 10 monuments in 2 cemeteries.

Please download the following files for complete information.

Monument Materials

Monument List

Photos

 

Help Wanted - Highway Superintendent

Chesterfield, MA (1,200 pop) located in Hampshire County; seeking qualified candidates for the full time position of Highway Superintendent.  The position supervises employees, conducts administrative duties, technical work, planning, directing, and managing operations of the Department including streets and storm drains, vehicle and equipment repair.  College Degree in Civil Engineering or related field and seven years of experience in construction/excavation and five years in a supervisory position, or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Send cover letter and resume along with references by April 16 to: Chesterfield Select Board PO Box 299, 422 Main Road Chesterfield, MA  01012, marked “Highway Superintendent Position”.  For more information, see www.townofchesterfieldma.com. 

 

 

Attachments:
Download this file (Highway Superintendent Job Description 2014 030114.doc)Highway Superintendent Job Description 2014[ ]05/03/14 08:46
 

Building Survey Results

The Hilltown CDC conducted an anonymous survey regarding Town-owned buildings on behalf of the Chesterfield Select Board. Over the years, many serious problems have been identified in Town buildings, but the Town was not in a position to tackle them all at once. The Select Board wanted to survey the Town's residents to find out what their priorities were.  There was a 30% return rate.  Thank you to those of you that took the time to complete the survey.  The results will provide valuable information for the entire community and will be used by the Select Board to guide its decisions regarding building needs and improvements.

Please view the attachment to see the results.  There is a Powerpoint Version as well as an Adobe PDF version

Attachments:
Download this file (Building Survey.pdf)Chesterfield Building Survey Results - PDF[Chesterfield Building Survey Results - PDF]27/02/12 16:39
Download this file (CHESTERFIELD.ppt)Chesterfield Building Survey Results - Powerpoint[Chesterfield Town Owned Building Survey Results - Powerpoint]22/02/12 20:50
 

Green Community Designation

The Town of Chesterfield has been designated a “Green Community”. Chesterfield was one of 12 Massachusetts communities to be named a “Green Community” by the Patrick-Murray Administration on December 21, 2011. The Town met the five clean energy benchmarks required by the state and is now eligible for $140,000 in funding. This designation is quite an achievement and reflects the hard work and tireless efforts of the Energy and Green Community Committees.

 

Solarize Chesterfield

Solarize Chesterfield is holding a Solar 101 informational Session.  Come to this event to learn about the basics of installing solar panels, and the Solarize Mass program in Chesterfield, Williamsburg, and Whately.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM in the Williamsburg Town Offices - second floor auditorium, 141 Main Street (Route 9).  The entrance and parking are at the rear of the building and accessed from High Street, behind the church.

Attachments:
Download this file (Solarize Mass Info Session.pdf)Solar 101 Info Session[ ]05/02/14 10:53
 

2014 Dog Licenses


Dog licenses are now available and are due by March 31st.

Fee for male/female is $10, spayed or neutered is $5.  A current rabies certificate is required and late fees are applied after March 31st.  All dogs 6 months or older must be licensed.  Licenses are available from the Town Clerk Monday evenings 7-9 and Saturday mornings 9-11:30, or by mailing a check made payable to Town of Chesterfield, sending the current rabies certificate, along with a self addressed stamped envelope to Town Clerk, PO Box 13, Chesterfield, MA 01012.

 
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