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    COA can assist residents of all ages with COVID-19 vaccination appointments

    Regardless of your age, If you need assistance to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, call the South Hadley Council on Aging vaccine hotline at 413- 650-1021. Read on...
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    Assessor's Office closed certain dates in June

    The Assessor's Office will be closed June 17, 18, 21-28. Online services are available 24/7 for various department requests, including payments, property record cards and mapping: https://www.southhadley.org/154/Assessors Read on...
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    Green Infrastructure Webinar

    Join us on June 28th for the next installment of the 'Climate Change Resiliency & Preparedness Webinar Series' to discuss green infrastructure. Read on...
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    Help Protect the Lauzier Farm on Alvord Street

    This 210-acre farm is the last of its kind in South Hadley. To purchase an Agricultural Preservation Restriction (APR) that will prohibit development and permanently protect this farmland and landscape, we need to raise a local match of $150,000. Read on...
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    Funding available for South Hadley home repairs

    The town of South Hadley, with the assistance of the Pioneer Valley Planning Commission, has funding to assist qualified homeowners in making necessary repairs to their homes. Register for the waiting list now! Read on...
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    Council on Aging Closed During Transition to The New Senior Center

    The Council on Aging is closed Monday, June 21 through Monday, June 25. We will be open regular hours Monday, June 28. Read on...
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    Be bear aware: How to prevent negative interactions with bears

    Residents can take preventative steps like not feeding birds, storing trash in secure containers, using closed compost systems, and cleaning grills. Read on for more suggestions. Read on...
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    CDC issues order to protect residents from eviction

    The CDC has issued an order that may protect you from being evicted or removed from where you are living. This means that you may be able to stay at the place where you live through June 30, 2021, if you qualify. Read on...
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    Review the town's curbside trash and recycling regulations

    As communities are forced to address tightening trash and recycling regulations and issues, the DPW is asking for residents’ continued cooperation in helping the town meeting those standards. Review curbside regulations and what is recyclable below. Read on...
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