Town Hall Phones
(413) 238-5577 To connect to all departments
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Annual Town Election and Meeting
First Saturday in May. Town business official postings are at Town Hall Ramp & on the Bulleting Board outside Corners Grocery.
Regular Hours: Wednesday Noon – 4 PM and Saturday 8 AM – 4 PM
Summer Hours (Memorial Day to Labor Day): Wednesday 3 PM – 7 PM and Saturday 8 AM – Noon & 3 PM – 7PM (Closed 12 PM – 3 PM)
Renew annually. Valid July 1 to June 30. $50 permit fee ($40 for seniors), $2 for 2nd car. Available at Town Hall: Monday thru Thursday 9 AM-5 PM and Saturday 10 AM- Noon. $10 late fee applies after August 15. Application available online, at Compactor and Town Hall — may also be mailed in: PO Box 247, Worthington, MA or left in the Drop Box outside the door at Town Hall. Worthington Residents Only
Annually beginning January 1st, available from Town Clerk, for all dogs age 4 months and older. Proof of current rabies vaccination required. $5 spayed/neutered, $10 female/male. Late fee is $20. Last day is March 31. Currently no local rabies clinic.
Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes are billed quarterly with payments due August 1st, November 1st, February 1st, and May 1st. First and Second payments will be estimated based on the previous year’s bill. Third and Fourth payments reflect any changes in valuation and the new tax rate.
Motor Vehicle Excise is billed throughout the year as lists come in from the Registry of Motor Vehicles.
Water District (if applicable) is billed quarterly with payments due August 1st, November 1st, February 1st, and May 1st. Bills reflect a base rate plus metered usage. Water commissioners: Steve Schulze, Steve Rida, and John Sullivan. Annual meeting in June, watch for posting.
Right to Farm
It is the policy of this community to conserve, protect and encourage the maintenance and improvement of agricultural land for the production of food, and other agricultural products, and also for its natural and ecological value. This disclosure notification is to inform buyers or occupants that the property they are about to acquire or occupy lies within a town where farming activities occur. Such farming activities may include, but are not limited to, activities that cause noise, dust and odors. Buyers or occupants are also informed that the location of property within the Town may be impacted by commercial agricultural operations including the ability to access water services for such property under certain circumstances.
Barbara Newton of Eric A. Kinsherf, CPA: (978) 257-1770 (cell). Every other Friday 9:30 AM-5 PM
Animal Control Officer
Elizabeth Mollison 238-5378. Please put license tags on dogs
Jean Boudreau, Gary Ouimet and John Fosnot, Chair; Tuesday evenings 6:30 PM at Town Hall. Messages left at 238-5577 (x104) will be accessed.
Board of Health
Katrin Kaminsky, Diane Brenner, Camille Smith. 2nd Saturday, noon at Town Hall. Messages left at 238-5577 (x110) for Town Clerk will be accessed. Group rate septic pumping annually in October.
Season is January 15 to May 1. Leave message at 238-4445 by 8 PM the night prior to selected burn date.
Building Commissioner: Charlene Baiardi 238-5577 Ext. 101. Office Hours 6:30-9 PM the 2nd & 4th Tuesday at Town Hall. Saturday inspections on request.
Wiring Inspector: Michael O’Melia 9413) 354-6531(work). Final as well as rough inspection required on all new wiring
Plumbing Inspector: Paul Graham (413) 626-2745 (cell)
Gas Inspector: Donald Lawton (413) 268-7487 (home). Inspection required on all new gas service & appliance hook-ups
Pat Kennedy – Center Cemetery
Diane Meehan – Ringville Cemetery
Willard Brown – North and Historical Cemeteries
Cindy Manly – Commissioner at large
Mary Gerkin, Chair 561-5862 (cell). Meeting 3rd Thursday, 7 PM at Town Hall
Council on Aging
Phyllis Dasati, Acting Coordinator 238-4294
Potluck lunch: Noon, 2nd Monday of the month at Worthington Town Hall
Chief Kyle Challet 238-4445. Meeting 1st Monday at Fire Station 7 PM
Rick Scott, Emergency Management Director 238-0134 (home)
Cork Nugent, Superintendent 238-5830; Town Yard 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Leona Arthen, Librarian 238-5565. Hours:
- Tuesday 3-7: PM
- Thursday 3-7: PM
- Saturday 11:30 AM – 3 PM
(1 patron at a time inside; and when the green light at back door is on, it’s safe to come in)
Isaac Bauer, Chair email@example.com
Robert Reinke, 238-0400. Office hours 1st Tuesday, 6 PM at the Police/Fire Station firstname.lastname@example.org
Amy Wang, Chair
Meeting bi-weekly at 6:30pm Tuesday evenings at Town Hall
Selectboard office hours – Monday, Tuesday thru Thursday 9 AM – 5 PM at Town Hall…238-5577 (x100)
Allison Todd, Chair. Meeting 2nd Thursday, 6:30 PM at RH Conwell Elementary School
Kirsten Henshaw 238-5577 (x103). Office Hours: Monday 5-7 PM and Assistant Collector, Wednesday 9 AM – 4 PM at Town Hall
Katrin Kaminsky 238-5577 (x110). Saturday 10 AM at Town Hall
Ben Brown 238-5995 (home). Roadside maple trees planted free of charge on suitable sites
Tom Geryk 587-1299. Office hours 9-11 AM, 2nd and 4th Mondays at Town Hall
Zoning Board of Appeals
By appointment. Contact Ned Ferguson 238-5310 (home)