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Town of Conway PO Box 240 Conway, Massachusetts, 01341 [email protected] (413) 369-4235 (413) 369-4237 - fax

Town Office Building - 32 Main Street | Town Hall - 5 Academy Hill Road

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Latest town news & announcements

Annual Citizens Caucus to be held on March 6, 2017

The Annual Citizens Caucus will be held in the Town Hall, 5 Academy Hill Road, on Monday, March 6, 2017 at 8:00p.m., The Citizens Caucus is the process for making nominations for Town Officers and requires at least 25 Conway citizens to participate. The Town Officers whose terms are expiring are as follows:

John P. O’Rourke, Selectman for three years

Malcolm J. Corse, Assessor for three years

William H. McLoughlin, Board of Health member for three years

Ann Taylor Gibson, Board of Health member for three years

Janice E. Warner, Local School Committee member for three years

Philip L. Kantor, Local School Committee member for three years

David I. Chichester, Planning Board member for three years

Joseph C. Strzegowski, Planning Board member for three years

Walter R. Goodridge, Tree Warden for three years

J. Nicholas Filler, Moderator for one year

 

To view the Warrant, click here:

Town of Conway Citizens Caucus 3.6.17

Register for Conway Youth Sports!

We are having a baseball signup night for CYS Recreational, Cal Ripken, and Girls Softball at the Conway Grammar School Thursday, February 16, 2017 from 5:30PM to 7:00 PM.   Hope to see you there!

For details on scheduling and fees, please click here. For the baseball registration form, click here.

New Arts & Culture Organization Formed to Support Creative Economy

Greater Shelburne Falls Area Business Association (GSFABA) has formed a new nonprofit, WEST COUNTY ARTS & CULTURE (WCAC), to promote arts and culture initiatives in our region.

The board of directors of GSFABA, which holds monthly board meetings, will serve as WCAC’s board.  For more information, please contact GSFABA at [email protected] or by phone at 413-625-2526.

Democrats To Hold Caucus in Conway

Registered Democrats in Conway will be holding their annual Caucus at the Conway Town Hall, at the corner of Route 116 and Academy Hill Road, on February 25, 2017 at 10:00AM to elect three delegates and three alternates to the 2017 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. Delegates will be divided equally between men and women. The caucus is open to all registered Democrats in Conway. Candidates for delegate and alternate must consent to nomination in writing and must be present at the caucus. All ballots will be written and secret. For more information visit the website www.massdems.org.

Comcast – New Build-out Proposal

See the map for the proposed build-out for Conway here. (Our apologies for the orientation–please save and rotate in your pdf program.)

Conway 250th Anniversary Celebration June 16th, 17th, and 18th, 2017

The 250th Anniversary Celebration is taking shape! Information about events and vendors will be posted here as it becomes available.

Planning Board Now Posting Meeting Agendas

Check out the Planning Board Agendas page for links to meeting agendas beginning February 2, 2017.

2017-18 Scholarships for Conway Residents

See the Scholarships section of the Forms & Downloads page of the Town of Conway Website for applications and information and regarding several scholarships available to Conway residents for the 2017-18 school year. Please note that applications for Conway’s Mark Boice Germain and Mildred Boice Germain Fund scholarship, administered by the Select Board, are due on April 22, 2017.

Right-To-Farm by-law with changes

You can see the latest draft of the right to farm by-law here.  It includes changes from the previous version based on public input and further Committee work.

Select Board meeting time now 6 p.m.

The Select Board has decided to change its regular meeting time to 6 p.m., still on Mondays, a change from the earlier 7 p.m. meeting time.

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