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Amherst Housing Authority

33 Kellogg Ave, Amherst, MA 01002

413-256-0206
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The Amherst Housing Authority is dedicated to providing quality housing to eligible households. The Authority is a public agency with state and federal funding and is overseen by a 5-member board. (Site built 2016)

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Athol Public Library

568 Main Street, Athol, MA 01331

(978) 249-9515
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Library service in Athol dates back to 1830, when the Athol Social Library offered books to local readers. Between 1850 and 1860, the Athol Agricultural and Mechanical Library served various groups. Area churches also maintained their own small libraries to serve the members of their congregations. (Suite built 2009)

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Chesterfield MA Fire Department

5 North Road, Chesterfield, MA 01012

(413) 296-4049
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The Chesterfield MA Department uses the most up to date and state of the art equipment and methods available. (SIte built 2014)

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Gill Montague Council on Aging

62 Fifth Street, Turners Falls, MA 01376

413-863-4500
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The mission of the Gill Montague Council on Aging is to provide referral, outreach, nutrition and health services in cooperation with other town departments and area agencies; to set policy for the operation of the Senior Center; to enhance the quality of life for seniors in the community by providing health, education, and recreation programs and activities. (Site built 2016)

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Granby Fire Department

259 E State Street, Granby, MA 01033

(413) 467-9696
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Granby Fire Department is dedicated to providing for the safety and welfare of the public through the preservation of life and property. (Site built 2013)

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Granville Fire Department

709 Main Road, Granville, MA 01034

(413) 357-8572
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The GFD is a municipal volunteer fire department responsible for the safe and efficient execution of life, property, and environmental preservation through fire suppression, specialized rescue, BLS Ambulance service, and code compliance enforcement to the citizens and visitors of Granville Massachusetts. (Site built 2018)

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Greenfeild Public Library

402 Main Street, Greenfeild, MA 01301

(413) 772-1544
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The Greenfield Public Library serves as a public center for enrichment, entertainment, access to technology, self-directed learning and the exploration of ideas. The Library serves all members of the community, regardless of age, income, education, religious or political beliefs and makes no judgment on the nature of individual inquiry. (Site built 2019)

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Greenfield Mural

Greenfield, MA 01301

(413) 624-5140
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The Greenfield Mural, first painted by volunteers from the community in 1990, was originally the brain child of Rebecca Tippens and her friend and nationally recognized community muralist Janet Braun Reinitz, who together saw the big wall adjacent to the Veterans Mall park beckoning for vibrancy. (Site built 2020)

Hampshire County Fire Defense Association

(413) 437-4686
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Hampshire County Fire Defense Association - Serving the county through regional collaboration between fire departments in the preservation of life and property.

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Hampshire County Group Insurance Trust

98 King Street, Northampton, MA 01060

413-584-1300 x4
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The Hampshire County Group Insurance Trust is established under Massachusetts General Laws for the joint purchase of insurance. There are 70 member units located in Hampshire, Franklin, Hampden, and Worcester Counties. (Site built 2019)

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Hampshire County Retirement System

99 Industrial Drive, Northampton, MA 01060

(413) 584-9100
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The Massachusetts Public Employee Pension Plan is a 401(a) Defined Benefit Plan established by MGL Chapter 32 and further regulated by the Commonwealth's Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission (PERAC). (Site built 2017)

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Hatfield Fire Department

59 Main Street, Hatfield, MA 01038

413-247-9008
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A call fire department, our personnel are built of citizens from within the commumity. Members come from a wide variety of backgrounds, and everyone contributes to the common goal. With that said, we are always in need of new members and welcome those interested. (Site built 2015)

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Leverett Public Library

75 Montague Road, Leverett, MA 01054

413-548-9220
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The library serves a community of about 1,800 and is a leader in ILL with patrons borrowing about 3 items per capita per year. (Sit built 2019)

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Mass Rural Water Association

781 Millers Falls Road, Northfield, MA 01360

(413) 498-4779
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The Mass Rural Water Association (MassRWA) is a non-profit trade association of rural water and wastewater systems. We are a nationally recognized Rural Water Association and the preferred provider of training and on-site assistance for small systems in Massachusetts. (Site built 2017)

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Montague Center Fire Department

28 Old Sunderland Road, Montague, MA 01351

(413) 625-8200
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The MCFD proudly protects 2078 people living in the villages of Montague Center and Lake Pleasant; an area of 9.8 square miles . Our department is a public department whose Volunteer members receive an annual honorarium. (Site built 2016)

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Montague Parks & Recreation (Site built 2020)

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Montague Public Libraries

201 Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA 01376

(413) 863-3214
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The Montague Public Library system has three branches: Millers Falls, Montague Center, and the main branch in Turners Falls, in the historical Carnegie Library building, built from funds provided by the Carnegie Fund in the early 1900's.

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Northern Hilltowns Councils on Aging

Chesterfield, MA

413-296-4007
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Northern Hilltowns Councils on Aging (Site built 2019)

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The Senior Center

7 Main st, Shelburne Falls, MA 01370

(413) 625-2502
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The mission of the Senior Center is to enrich the lives of residents in the community as they age by designing support networks, identifying and meeting their needs and interests, and providing services and programs in welcoming, respectful and safe environments. (Site built 2019)

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Town of Charlemont

157 Main Street, Charlemont, MA 01339

Marguerite Willis
413-339-4335
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The town of Charlemont is a hilltown community of about 1,300 residents located along the Deerfield River and the scenic Mohawk Trail in northwestern Massachusetts. Settled in 1744, Charlemont covers 26 square miles and is still home to working farms and cottage industries as well as many recreational opportunities from whitewater rafting to downhill skiing. (Site built 2020)

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Town of Colrain, MA

55 Main Road, Colrain, MA 01340

(413) 624-3454
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Colrain is in the northeastern part of the Berkshires, and is home to two state forests, Catamount State Forest to the Southwest. (Site built 2018)

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Town of Gill, MA

325 Main Road, Gill, MA 01354

413-863-9347
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The town of Gill in northwestern Massachusetts offers education, recreation and quiet, peaceful living opportunities within its 15 square miles. Gill is 7 miles east of Greenfield, 36 miles north of Springfield and 95 miles northwest of Boston. (Site built 2016)

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Town Of Heath

1 East Main Street, Heath, MA 01346

(413) 337-4934
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Town Of Heath (Site built 2019)

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Town of Leverett, MA

9 Montague Road, Leverett, MA 01054

413-548-9699
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Situated in western Massachusetts, Leverett is neighbor to the Five College area of Amherst, Hampshire, Smith, Mt. Holyoke and the University of Massachusetts. (Site built 2016)

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Town of Leyden, MA

16 West Leyden Rd, Leyden, MA 01337

413-774-4111
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Official website for the Town of Leyden, MA. First settled in 1737 as part of 'Fall Town,' which also included Bernardston and Colrain. (Site built 2016)

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Town of Montague

1 Avenue A, Turners Falls, MA 01376

(413) 863-3200
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The Town of Montague, comprised of five villages, is nestled along the Connecticut River in the upper Pioneer Valley. Montague is a diverse area that is rich in history and culture that includes more than 10,000 years of early Native American habitation, as well as the Colonial and Industrial history that is embodied in the National Historic Register Districts of Montague Center and Turners Falls – a planned industrial community. (Site built 2017)

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Town of Plainfield, MA

304 Main Street, Plainfield, MA 01070

413-634-5420
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This town was formerly part of Cummington, and with that town was sold by Col. John Cummings, of Concord, in 1762. The first meeting of the proprietors was held at Concord, in December of that year. Many of the first settlers came from Bridgewater and Abington. Plainfield was incorporated a district of Cummington in 1785, and in 1807 was incorporated a distinct town. (Site built 2016)

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Town of Rowe, MA

321 Zoar Road, Rowe, MA 01367

(413) 339-5520
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Rowe is a small hilltown in northwestern Massachusetts, bordered on the north by Whitingham, VT. It is nestled in an area of scenic beauty, with wooded mountains, clear brooks and the Deerfield River on its western border. Rowe is close to ski areas and enjoys great hiking, fishing, hunting, canoeing and kayaking. Rowe has its own elementary school for grades Pre K to 6, a school of choice. Grades 7-12 attend the Mohawk Trail Regional High School or Franklin County Technical School. (Site built 2018)

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Town of Shelburne

51 Bridge Street, Shelburne, MA 01301

(413) 625-0300
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This site is designed to keep residents informed, to help town leaders communicate and to aid those new to the area in the process of getting to know us. Contact information for all departments, committees, town officials and staff can be found on the Hours and Information page or through the board, committee and department pages in the menus above. Minutes of the most recent meetings are posted on those pages. (Site built 2018)

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Town Websites

238-R Main Street, Greenfield, MA 01301

(413) 320-5336
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Montague WebWorks is a Western Massachusetts company specializing in website design and hosting, database design, e-commerce, secure email, marketing advice, and Google Search Engine Optimization. We provide modern, mobile-friendly responsive websites that are cost-effective and simple to manage. We will build your website quickly, and train you and your staff how to maintain your website on your own — saving you money and time to update your website. (Site built 2018)

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Turners Falls Fire Department

180 Turnpike Road, Turners Falls, MA 01376

(413) 863-9023
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Through professionalism, dedication, training and integrity, the Turners Falls Fire Department works to preserve, protect lives and property, and enhance the quality of life for the people of the Turners Falls Fire District. This will be accomplished by providing a vast range of emergency services, strong public relations and fire safety education. We also endeavor to protect and preserve the health of our membership and return our personnel safely to their families.

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Turners Falls Fire District

226 Millers Falls Road, Turners Falls, MA 01376

(413) 863-4542
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The Turners Falls Fire District provides fire protection, emergency medical services, public water supply and street lighting for the residents and businesses of our district. The district is governed by an elected Prudential Committee and Board of Water Commissioners. Elections are held in late April each year and all registered voters are encouraged to vote. (Site built 2018)

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Turners Falls Water Department

226 Millers Falls Road, Turners Falls, MA 01376

(413) 863-4542
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The Turners Falls Water Department's main source of water consists of two artesian wells located at the Tolan Farm well field. These gravel-packed Wells pump 1.2 to 2 million gallons of water per day to the filter plant.

Visit Greenfield, Massachusetts

Greenfield, MA 01301

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The seat of Franklin County, Greenfield is a City known as a Town of 17,000 people. Its 22 square miles have the advantages of country life mixed with the culture of a more urban area. Eat, drink, play, inside, outside, all around the town!

Westhampton MA Fire Department

48 Stage Road, Westhampton, MA 01027

(413) 529-7181
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The Westhampton Fire Department consists of thirty volunteer members who provide a vast array of services to the community. Annually, the Department responds to approximately one hundred and sixty calls for service.

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Williamsburg MA Fire Departent

Williamsburg, MA 01096

413-563-8894
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We are a call/volunteer fire department consisting of dedicated men and women of all ages and backgrounds who deliver fire and rescue services to our town. (Site built 2016)