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Town News

Town Meeting Documents

Please click on links here to view the Annual Town Meeting Warrant or Proposed Changes to the Mohawk Regional School Agreement.  A finance committee memo will be posted when it is available after their April 22nd meeting.


The 2015 Annual Town Elections and Meeting will be held on the following dates:

ANNUAL TOWN ELECTIONS: Monday, May 4th 10:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. at THE BUCKLAND TOWN HALL

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING: Wednesday, May 6th at 7:00 p.m. at THE MOHAWK HIGH SCHOOL

Attached please find the Annual Town Meeting Warrant and the Proposed changes to the Regional Agreement.

Coming Soon:  The Finance Committee Memo will be posted following their meeting on April 22, 2015


Buckland Public Library Begins its 125th Anniversary with a Progressive Dinner
On Saturday, May 3rd join us once again for the Historic Upper Buckland Progressive Dinner to benefit the Buckland Public Library. Enjoy the long awaited spring as we stroll through Buckland center, savoring the past as well as the present in a classic New England setting. Pick up your reserved tickets and map in front of the Buckland Historical Society on Upper Street at 5:00 p.m. to begin your walk.

The first stop will be at the Zenas Graham House (now, the Bird’s Nest B&B) on Charlemont Rd. Built in 1797 by Zenas Graham for his new bride Abigail, this home eventually housed the couple as well as their twelve children.   Here our hosts Pat and Cyndy Weeks and Dennis Patterson will serve a variety of appetizers, both hot and chilled, with meat-lover, vegetarian and gluten-free options accompanied by coffee, tea, juice or wine.

A short walk down the hill on Cross Street will bring you to the Nuel Townsley house, later known as ”the Stetson place,” built in 1820 when Townsley brought his new bride Submit Putnam to reside there. Think of the 9 Townsley children raised here as hosts Pam and David Sand serve beef stew, sweet sausage & zucchini stew, or a hearty vegetable stew with rolls, bread and a curried carrot slaw accented with a sparkling cider.

Our final course will be served by hosts Cass Russillo and Kate Davenport in the Griswold Room of the Buckland Public Library. Built in 1890 as the “Public Church Library” of the First Congregational Church (Mary Lyon Church), the library was contained in just one room for most of its history. As part of a 2011 renovation and expansion, the Griswold Room wood floors were re-finished and its original table and chairs restored. Here, in celebration of our 125th anniversary travel back in time as we light this historic room only with candles while you enjoy a selection of fine locally made desserts, coffee and tea.

Make reservations before April 29th by calling 413-489-3114. A $40.00 donation per ticket to benefit the library is requested. This is a “sell out” event so call now to ensure yourself a seat. Limited parking is available at each home for guests who require transportation.

Candidates Night - April 21, 2015, 7:00 p.m.

Please join us on Tuesday, April 21, 2015, upstairs in the large meeting room, at 7:00 p.m., in the Buckland Town Hall, for Candidates Night.  The three candidates for Board of Selectmen will be present.
Falls Cable will also televise this event.

New Phone Numbers

Buckland's Town Office has a new phone system and contact numbers have changed as noted below.

Main number: 625-6330

  • Sherry Clark Administrative Assistant extension 1
  • Linda Marcotte Treasurer / Tax Collector extension 2
  • Pam Guyette Assessor's Administrative Assistant extension 3
  • Janice Purington Town Clerk extension 4
  • Andrea Llamas Town Administrator extension 5
  • Accountant extension 6

Residents Needed!

The Conservation Commission is still looking for 1 resident interested in serving on the Commission that oversees the implementation of the Wetlands Act in the Town of Buckland.  Letters of interest can be sent to the Town Hall care of the Board of Selectmen.

Please contact the Town Hall if you have any questions.

Tick Testing

Free Tick Testing through your health district

The health district for the Town of Buckland has received a grant for 100 free tick tests. Click the image to go to the website if you would like to have a tick you found tested for Lyme disease.

Donate to the Buckland Beautification Fund!

We seek funds to replace the window boxes in front of Town Hall, and for plantings in the back garden.  Make your check payable to The Town of Buckland, and indicate in the memo area:  Beautification Fund. 

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