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 Finance Committee Report FY18
Annual Town Meeting
June 5, 2017
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FINCOM BOOK final 5 16 17.pdf




Please join us for our Memorial Day Parade!

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE AND ACTIVITIES 2017

The Sturbridge Veterans Council cordially invites all residents, youth
groups and special invitation to our Veterans to participate in the
annual Memorial Day Parade.  The Parade this year will be held on
Monday, May 29, 2017.  The parade will follow the same route as in
the past; the parade will end at the Town Hall. The Honorary Parade
mashall for 2017 is Sturbidge Resident Roland "Rollie" Hewitt a WWII
Veteran and survivor pf the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor


09:30 A.M.~~~~~ Parade formation at the Old Fire Station at RT 20 & RT 148

09:45~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parade Step-Off

09:50~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parade Stops for ceremony at the American Legion Monument

10:00~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parade Stops in St. Anne’s Cemetery for service, reading of “In Flanders Field”

10:20~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Parade Marches out of St. Anne’s to board buses

10:45~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~ Parade Reforms in front of Public Safety Complex

10:50~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~ Ceremony at Firefighters Monument

10:55~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~ Parade Step Off, 2nd part, proceeds to North Cemetery

11:10~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~ At North Cemetery, memorial service, reading of the Gettysburg Address

11:25~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Parade returns to Town Common for final ceremony

11:30~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Memorial Service for Old Cemetery, Decoration of Monuments, Replacement of
the POW Flag, National Anthem and Flag raising

12:00 noon~~~~ Open House at the American Legion, All parade participants and residents invited.

Bus transportation will be provided BEFORE the Parade, starting at the
Town Hall at 09:00 A.M., Safety complex at 09:10 A.M., Senior Center at
9:20 A.M. Legion Hall at 9:25 A.M. at Old Fire Station for 9:30.
Bus transportation will be provided during the parade  from the Senior
Center to the Public Safety Complex, and after the parade from the
Town Hall back to the Old Fire Station with stops at the Safety Complex,
Senior Center and Legion Hall.  Any veteran, elderly or disabled person
needing a ride for the parade is asked  to call the American Legion Post
109  at 347-3248 by Friday May 26th. For more information call Phil
Courville  at 413-237-7879.

Phil Courville-Commander
American Legion Post 109
Fiskdale, Ma 01521



Historical Commission Annual Report
February 7, 2017
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hc annual report 2016.pdf




Results for the Annual Town Election
April 10, 2017
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Annual Town Election - April 10.pdf




National  Grid Tree work

National Grid will be performing utility line clearance tree trimming starting mid - November in the following areas:

RT 20 from McDonalds to Arnold Rd
All side streets off this section, including Arnold, Cedar, Burgess, Stallion Hill & Leadmine Roads
And all side streets off of these main roads.

Work will be done by Lewis Tree Service under the supervision of the Tree Warden.

Property owners where tree trimming will occur have been notified by mail by Lewis tree.

Hazard trees identified for removal will be scheduled.

Thomas Chamberland
Tree Warden




Water Use Restrictions

As of 10/1/16 The Town of Sturbridge is in a VOLUNTARY WATER BAN as an effort to conserve water the following is requested:

Odd numbered services may water lawns on odd numbered days and even numbered services may water lawns on even numbered days. No lawn watering between 8AM and 5PM.

Town of Sturbridge
VOLUNTARY WATER BAN
EFFECTIVE 10/1/2016
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
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voluntary WATER BAN EFFECTIVE10-1-2016final.pdf



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The 2015 Sturbridge Charter Review Committee recommends the following amendments
deletions to Town of Sturbridge Home Rule Charter

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COVER LETTER - RESIDENTS DRAFT.pdfRECOMMENDATIONS 2016.pdf






This is the FY17 Finance Committee Report
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FY17 Finance Committee Report .pdf





Employment Opportunities
Please check the "vacancies" link below for current volunteer or employment opportunities with Town of Sturbridge.

2017 Dog Licenses are due on or before March 31, 2017.  Male and female dogs are $15; altered dogs are $10.  Current rabies vaccination records are required to license your dog(s).  Applications are available on the Town Clerk’s webpage as well as on the Town Census.  Mail in licensing is encouraged (please follow directions).

Also, it would be extremely helpful with our record keeping if you would notify the Town Clerk’s office at 508-347-2510 if you no longer have your pet.

•Dog Licensing as per the Sturbridge General Bylaws Section 5.10.





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