ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

A Public Hearing will be held by the Conservation Commission on Weds, November 30, 2022 at 7:00pm at the Hancock Town Hall.  The purpose of the Hearing is for Notice of Intent (NOI) filed by Trinity Engineering & Technical Services, LLC for a property on 51 Whitman Rd.

Respectfully submitted by:

Kevin Nichols

Interim Chairman

Hancock Conservation Commission

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Election results can be found under “Departments” – “Town Clerk” – “November 8 2022 Election Results.

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Balance classes are now being held at Bloom Meadows, on TUESDAYS at 11:30 a.m. and at the Town Hall on FRIDAYS at 11:30 a.m.  The cost is $3.00/class.      Currently the yoga class and walking group are not being held.

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BELOW IS THE COMPLETE, MOST RECENT HANCOCK TOWN REPORT IN THREE DIFFERENT LINKS (because one link was just too big)

TOWN REPORT FYE 6-30-21 – COVER & SIGNATURE PAGES & FINANCIAL REPORTS

DEDICATION PAGE – PAGE 1 WITH VETERANS MEMORIAL PICTURE 3-4-22

TOWN REPORT FYE 6-30-21 MINUS THE COVER PAGE & FINANCIAL REPORTS – for website

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The following link is for anyone seeking help paying for fuel this winter:

Fuel Assistance

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The following is a link if you are in need of help paying for electric:

https://www.eversource.com/content/docs/default-source/my-account/discount-rate-app-wma.pdf?sfvrsn=43d8c962_6

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COVID Testing & Vaccination Information

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To order COVID test kits at no charge, go to Covidtests.gov or if you do not have internet access call 800-232-0233.

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THE HANCOCK VETERANS MEMORIAL

(Located on Route 43 between the Town Hall and the main cemetery)

For more photographs go to PHOTOS in the top bar

Hancock is a quiet, peaceful town about twenty miles long and three miles wide, bordered on the east by the famous Berkshire hills, and on the west by the rugged Taconic range.  

Hancock is the longest and narrowest town in Berkshire County.  The northern portion of the town is separated from the southern portion by a mountain.  One has to drive through a couple of towns to the east or drive west into New York to get from one end to the other.