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Posted on: July 2, 2019

Departments implement rate increases July 1

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Residents will see an increase in sewer and trash rates in the next fiscal year which begins July 1, 2019.

To keep up with capital demands and upcoming projects while proactively tackling aging infrastructure, the sewer rate will rise $15 from $265 per EDU...

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Posted on: August 2, 2019

Town hall serves as food drive drop-off, collects donations for NHN Food Pantry through August

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SOUTH HADLEY - Hunger doesn’t take a vacation. 

South Hadley’s Neighbors Helping Neighbors Food Pantry served a record number of clients in the two days it was open the last week of July. A total of 2,733 pounds of food and per...

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Posted on: July 24, 2019

South Hadley upgrades online permitting system to ViewPoint Cloud

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SOUTH HADLEY - On July 1, the Town of South Hadley upgraded ViewPermit, its online permitting system, to ViewPoint Cloud (VPC).

VPC is a more modern, user-friendly version of ViewPermit. It is used to submit applications for various certificates, licenses ...

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Posted on: July 19, 2019

South Hadley Cooling Shelters: Public Library, Council on Aging

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With extremely high temperatures forecasted for this weekend in South Hadley, it will be important to stay cool. 
The South Hadley Public Library, located at 2 Canal Street, and the Council on Aging, located at 45 Dayton...
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Posted on: May 6, 2019

ValleyBike available again in South Hadley

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ValleyBikes are now back in South Hadley with other spring *pedals!* The system is live and the pedal assist bikes are ready to rent again. 

If you haven't tried this innovative and environmentally responsible transportation option yet, or are cur...

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Posted on: June 21, 2019

Route 116 / Newton Street project plans, information available from MassDOT

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MassDOT held a design public hearing on June 19  to discuss the reconstruction and resurfacing of Newton Street. 

The project consists of the reconstruction of Newton Street from Route 202 to just beyond the Kendrick Street intersection. ...

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Posted on: August 23, 2019

Outside Swap Shop Closing for Season

Thank you to all of our residents for another successful season of the swap shop! We are glad to see so much participation in our facility but it is now time for us to downsize in preparation for the winter months. The open air portion of the swap show wi...

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