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Chapter 3.2 General Laws and Special Acts Accepted
GENERAL LAWS ACCEPTED BY
THE TOWN OF HOLDEN
General Laws
Subject
DateAccepted
C. 4
S. 7 (18)
New Year's Holiday
11/7/16
C. 13
S. 12
District Attorney's Qualifications
11/7/22
C. 27
S. 74-77
Road Commissioners
1895
Revoked several times since 1887.
Revoked again and est. as a single elected highway surveyor.
S. 74
Road Commissioners chosen by town, and mode of election
S. 75
R. C. to perform duties of selectmen and highway surveyors as to roads, etc.
S. 76
Shall be sworn and receive compensation
S. 77
Vacancies to be filled by selectmen
C. 31
S. 36
Civil Service for Police Chief.
Ref. 3/7/49
C. 31 (now 52)
S. 48
Shall the above be revoked: Yes 319, No 1190
Ref. 5/19/80
C. 31

S. 48
Authorizing Classified Civil Service for the Police Department. “Shall the town vote to accept C.31 S.48 of the G.L. and thereby place the Police Dept. within the classified civil service?” Yes 1,531, No 302 Blanks 123
Ref. 3/7/66
C. 31
(now 52)
S. 48
Shall the above be revoked:.
Yes 284 No 1218
Ref. 5/19/80
C. 32 Acts of 1946-166
S. 1 to 28
Est. contributory retirement
C. 32
S. 22
Increase in Pensions
3/6/65
3/7/64
3/10/63
3/10/56
3/7/52
C. 32
S. 22D
Pension Funding
5/21/90
C. 32
S. 28
Retirement Systems and Pensions
Placing municipal employee, local housing authority employees, and district employees under Retirement Law
C. 32
S. 85E
Optional Provisions as to Pensions for policemen and firemen
6/6/67
Art. 7
C. 32
§ 89B
Annuities for dependents of Police & Fire killed in line of duty
#28    5/17/04
C. 32
§ 89E (a) (1)
Accidental Death Benefits Police & Fire Surviving Spouses
#30    5/15/06
C. 32
S. 99
Advance Retirement Payments
8/3/59
C. 32B
S. 1-14
Group Health and Life Insurance
3/4/57
C. 32B
§ 2
Amends C. 46 §12  Definition of “Employee”
5/17/04
Article 26
C. 32B
S.
Town pay more than 50% for Group Life Insurance to insured employees Yes 1223 No 1338 Blanks 336
FAILED TO PASS
"Town shall purchase additional group life and group accidental death provisions with no premium contribution by the town? Yes 44, No 116
REF. 3/2/70
C. 32B
S. 8A
Distribution to insured employees, after deducting town’s total adm. cost, balance of any group ins. dividend, based upon employee’s proportionate share of total premiums paid for all ins. Coverage.  Yes 1,018, No 506
10/19/70 SpTnMtg
C. 32B
S. 9F
Two thousand group life and two thousand accidental death and dismemberment insurance for retired employees
8/14/78
C. 32B
S. 10
Acceptance of GL C. 32B re: contributory group general or blanket insurance for persons in service of local governments. (This acceptance must occur before other “acceptance” sections of this chapter may be accepted)
Town Election
Yes   1705
No     637
C. 32B
S. 11A
That the Town purchase additional group life and group accidental death and dismemberment insurance for employees in accordance with the provisions of Chapter thirty-two B of the General Laws with no premium contribution by the town. Yes 444 No 116 Blanks 301.
3/8/69
C. 32B
S. 11B
That the Town extend contributory group hospital surgical medical ins.  to elderly persons retired from the service of the Town and to their dependents w/50% of the premium cost and a portion of the adm. cost to be paid by the Town.
3/4/63
C. 32B
S. 18
Transfer of Retirees, Spouses and Dependents Enrolled in Medicare Part A to Medicare Extension Plan
5/17/99
C. 33
S. 1 and 2
General Statutes
4/7/1877
C. 39
S. 20
Precinct voting Yes 109, No 117
Lost 3/11/67
C. 39
§ 23D
Mullins Rule
 # 28 5/21/07
C. 40
REPEALED 1989
S. 4G
Allowable amt for competitive bidding from $2,000 to $4,000
5/18/81
C. 40 REPEALED 1989
S. 4H
Exemption of municipal purchases from certain public bidding laws when purchasing equipment, supplies and materials from other governmental agencies.
5/20/85
C. 40
S. 5B
Stabilization Fund
3/9/63
C. 40
S. 6
Reserve fund set up by appropriation made at annual town meeting
2/2/31
C. 40
S. 6B
Voted unanimously that the Town accept the provisions of Section 6B of Chapter 40 of the G.L. Ter.
2/2/48
Ed. Uniforms for Police and Firemen: clothing allowance
Art. 36   
Authorizing the Town to purchase uniforms for certain members of Police and Fire Departments
3/7/64
C. 40
S. 6C
Authorizing cities and towns to appropriate money for the removal of snow and ice from private ways therein open to public use.
3/4/68
C. 40
S. 6J
Authorizing the Town to purchase stormy weather work clothes including rubber boots and other work clothes
10/20/67
C. 40
S. 6L
Allowing the Town to appropriate money to rent or lease certain items of clothing for employees of the Town
11/7/69
C. 40
S. 7
Appropriation of money by towns for removal of snow and ice from sidewalks.  Snow and ice removal from permanent sidewalks. Amended: remove "and ice."
5/15/31
C. 40
S. 8A
Authorizing the establishment of a Development and Industrial Commission
9/17/65
C. 40
S. 8C
Conservation Commission
9/17/65
C. 40
S. 8D
Establishment of a Historical Commission
6/19/69
C. 40
S. 8G
Mutual Aid Programs for Police departments
5/15/95
C. 40
S. 12
Public baths or wash houses(relating to swimming pools)
2/10/34
C. 40
S. 21D
Non-Criminal Disposition of Violations
5/17/93
C. 40
S. 22A-22C
Authorizing Parking Meters
3/10/56
C. 40
S. 22D
Towing of vehicles illegally parked or standing on public ways.
5/20/85
C. 40
S. 22F
Authorize Boards or officers to affix fees for certain licenses/ permits subject to Board of Selectmen approval
5/19/03
C. 40
S. 39K
Establish Water/Sewer Enterprise Fund
5/16/88
1/26/87
C. 40
S. 42A-42F
Amended by C. 487 Acts of 1954 Authorizing Water Liens.
4/15/1925
(collection of water rates)
3/12/1955
C. 40
S. 44A
Appointment of a Regional Refuse
1/6/67
Disposal Planning Committee
C. 40
S. 57
Deny licenses for failure to pay tax
5/17/93
C. 40B
Authorizing establishment of a Regional Planning District.               CMRPC Art. 41
3/7/64
C. 41
Official Ballots
C. 41
S. 1
Officers to be elected at annual town meeting. Amended by Acts of1923, C. 66 insertion of "one or three years.”
2/1/16
C. 41
S. 1 & 63
Road Commissioners
1871
C. 41
S. 19B
Permanent tenure for E. Leo Harrington
3/1/65
Permanent tenure for Gladys M. Gleason
3/3/52
C. 41
S. 41B
Direct Deposit of Employee Compensation
1/13/97
C. 41
S. 55
As amended
3/12/49
Appointment of Accountant
Action Postponed indefinitely
C. 41
S. 65
Sewer commissioners have exclusive powers and duties
2/5/40
C. 41
S. 81A-Y
Planning Board Establishment 1936 Act.
2/9/48
C. 41
S. 81U
Subdivision Bond Proceeds
5/23/88
C. 41
S. 100G
Funeral and Burial Expense for firemen  ($2,000)
3/10/73
C. 41
§100G ¼
Funeral and Burial Expense for firemen  ($5,000)
# 27 5/17/04
C. 41
S. 108L
Quinn Bill-Educational bonus for police officers
11/22/94
C. 41
S. 110A
Close Town Offices on Saturday
1/14/61
C. 44
S. 17
Temporary loan may be made for period not exceeding one year by officers of town, after town has voted to issue bonds, notes or certificates of indebtedness.
2/4/35
C. 44
S. 19
Payment of debts by cities, towns and districts by annual payments not by notes payable on demand Amended by Acts of 1923, C. 359 S. 2 insertion of new and additional words
6/16/25
C. 44
S. 23-26 & 60
Notes for Borrowed Money
6/15/12
C. 44
S. 53D
Establish Recreation After School Revolving Fund
5/20/96
C. 44
S. 53E
Allow appropriations offsets by estimates receipts from fees
5/21/84
C. 44
S. 65
Advance Payment of Vacation Days for Employees
1/13/97
C. 45
Sel. Rep. Guide Boards
1887
C. 46
§12
Amends “Employee” in C 32B § 2
#26 5/17/04
C. 48
S. 14
County Truant Schools and union county truant schools and their establishment
1889
C. 48
S. 36-37
Promotion of call firemen
3/16/14
C. 49 of the Revised Laws,
S.42
When selectmen may grade sidewalks and how expense is paid
11/7/11
C. 53
S. 9A
Last day to obtain nomination papers
11/18/65
C. 53
S. 19-21
Official Ballot Question
11/7/16
Constitutional Convention
C. 53
S. 32-39 &46
Political Primary Voting
11/7/16
C. 54
§ 16A
Election Day Vacancies
# 27  5/21/07
C. 54
S. 103A
Use of Absentee Ballots in Town Elections
5/6/63
C. 54
S. 103A
Voted to postpone indefinitely Re: Town Elections and Primaries
3/12/49
C. 59
S. 5 Clause 17C

Real estate tax exemptions for certain surviving spouses and minors whose parent is deceased.
1/23/84
C. 59
S. 5 Clause 17D
Real estate exemptions for certain surviving spouses
1/26/87
and minors whose parent is deceased.
C. 59
S. 5 Clause 37A
Real estate tax exemptions for certain blind persons.
1/23/84
C. 59
S. 5 Clause 41B
Real estate tax exemptions for
1/23/84
certain elderly persons.
C. 59
S. 5 Clause 41C
Real estate tax exemptions for certain elderly persons.
1/26/87
Art. 4 8/9/05
#28 5/17/05
#28 5/15/06
C. 59
S. 5K
Senior Citizen Property Tax Work off Abatements
5/21/01
C. 59
S. 57C
Quarterly Tax Bills
5/20/91
C. 60A
S. 1
Motor vehicle excise tax exemption to certain former prisoners of war.
1/23/84
C. 64A
Gasoline Tax
11/4/24
C. 71
S. 14-16
Appointment of WR District School
6/20/68
Planning Committee(see Acts of 1949)
11/4/50
C. 71
S. 16-16I
Regional School Yes 771; No 373
6/29/50
C. 71
S. 40
Equal pay for men and women teachers
2/23/47
Accepted. Yes, 767; No 280
Referendum
C. 71
S. 53-57
School Physician
11/6/06
C. 71
S. 61-65
Superintendent of Schools
1890
Chapter 78 of the
Providing for the election of
2/7/1916
Revised Laws
cemetery commissioners
Article 36
S21-25
S. 21
Cemetery Commissioners
S. 22
Such Boards' powers and duties
S. 23
Conveyance of lots. Recorded
S. 24
Gifts for maintenance of cemeteries
S. 25
Debt Limit
C. 78
S. 10-13
Library Trustees Act of Legislature
5/4/1888
C. 78
S. 19A
"State Aid for Libraries--Reserved for Appropriation"
9/11/64
C. 79 (Ter.Ed.)
Eminent Domain
3/7/64
Article 37
C. 80
S. 13B
Deferral of Payment of Sewer Assessments
5/20/96
C. 83
16A thru 16F
Lien on home for non-payment of
9/25/78
sewer assessment
C. 84
S. 5A
Plowing of Snow (Agreements)
11/1/71
C. 85
S.7
Assessment of cost of removing snow and ice from estates abutting on sidewalks. Amended: remove "and ice"(Assess removal costs to abutters)
5/15/31
Referred to a committee of 3 to be apptd. by the Moderator and a report to be made at a later meeting.
2/1/37
Report of progress accepted. Art. 7 Committee to continue
6/29/37
Accepted report as given by A. Wallace Gove for the committee
8/2/46
C. 90
S. 20A
Relative to enforcement of parking regulations
9/28/81
C. 90
S. 20C-20D
Authorizing "No Fix Parking Tickets"
1/6/67
C. 90
§ 22B (b)  -  (k)
Abandoned Car Bylaw
# 29   5/21/07
C. 90
S. 34
Disposition of fees and fines.
3/7/64
Highway fund used for improving and
3/9/63
constructing, etc. of ways
5/8/58
2/5/40
2/1/26
6/15/12
C. 91
Section 68
"Whoever takes or catches pickerel in a river, stream, or pond, in any manner than by naturally or artificially
7/15/1899
baited hook and hand line shall forfeit one dollar for every pickerel so taken, if proceedings therefor are commenced within sixty days after the time of committing the offense."
C. 92
S. 10-27
Metropolitan Water Supply
C. 102  
Revised Laws
2/15/17
S. 178-180
S. 178
Groves for picnics to be licensed
S. 179
Penalty for no license
S. 180
Peddling near picnic grove forbidden
C. 106
S. 20
Eight hour day
3/16/14
C. 121B
S. 3
Voted to organize and establish the Holden Housing Authority pursuant to the provisions of C. 121B, S. 3, and any Acts in amendment thereof, and additions thereto.
3/6/71
C. 128
S. 40-45
Trustees for County Aid to Agric.
2/7/21
C. 131
S. 105B
Steel Trap Question
2/4/35 Ref.
"Shall the section 105B of C. 131 of the G.L. requiring for the taking of fur bearing animals the use of traps that kill at once or take such animals alive unharmed, be suspended within this town?" Yes 316; No, 239; Blanks 446
Suspended
C. 139
S. 1-3
Burnt or dangerous buildings
3/6/65
(Ter.Ed)
Article 23
C. 136
S. 21-25
8/2/46
S. 21
Certain sports and games permitted
S. 22
Held only on licensed places
S. 23
Sports and games conducted subject to regulations prescribed by city council or selectmen, provided that they shall not prohibit charging of admission fees or taking of collections
S. 24
Revocation of permit
S. 25
Limitation of operation
C. 138
Prohibition of intoxicating liquors
11/7/22
C. 138
S. 2A
Intoxicating liquors
11/4/24
C. 140
S. 147A
Dogs (responsibility and liability for licensing etc.)
5/19/86
C. 143
S. 3
Inspection of buildings regulated by cities and towns
5/25/25
C. 147
S. 10F
To appoint parking control officer
5/23/88
C. 148
S. 26C
Smoke or heat detectors
5/19/80
C. 148
S. 26G
Automatic sprinkler systems
5/16/83
C. 148
S. 26I
Residential Auto Sprinklers
7/23/90
C. 152
S. 69-75
Workmens' Compensation
2/5/40
C. 152
S. 69
Compensation by Commonwealth, County, City and Town
3/16/14
S. 70
Procedure
S. 71
Not liable in other actions for personal injury
S. 72
Waiver of rights by employee
S. 73
Election of compensation or pension shall not receive both
S. 74
Application of preceding sections
C. 152
S. 75
Board or executive officer enforcing Benefits due under sections
C. 164
S. 57
Annual income and expenses shall be furnished by manager of municipal lighting to Selectmen
2/4/35
C. 180
Charitable corporations, etc.
2/7/27
C. 180
S. 17A
Payroll deduction - Union dues  Selectmen’s Meeting
   9/10/79
C. 182
S. 1 & 2
Voluntary Associations
11/7/22
C. 188
S. 13
Professional Dev. Grants for
(HS) 6/30/86
supplementing teacher comp.   (WRHS)
11/18/85
C. 223
S. 40-44A
Voluntary Associations
11/7/22
C. 240
S. 6B
Clothing Allowance for Police and Firemen
2/7/48
C. 258
S. 13
Indemnification of municipal officers (by ballot) Question #1
5/12/80
C. 1969
S. 1-3, 5A-16-18
Deposits with other banks
11/4/24
Fluoridation
Referendum Vote.  Yes 1107;  No  1674
3/2/70
The Town pay 1/2 the premium cost payable by a retired employee for group life ins and for group general or blanket hospital, surgical and medical insurance
3/4/63
Public Law 560
83rd Congress as amended  Housing & Home Finance for
6/13/64
Fed Funds Sewerage system surveys

Public Law 660 or any amendments thereto Contract 42. Rutland-Holden Trunk Sewer Transfer to town all rights and interest in sanitary system under agreement dated 8/31/38.  MDC to maintain, operate, clean and repair trunk system, etc
Page 281 Book C - Town Records Order of Taking, Page 283,     Permit 288
8/31/38
Acts of  1926
C. 375
Add'l Water Supply Needs
           1927
C. 321
Swift River Water Supply
           1932
C. 262
Sewage System
           1938
C. 460
Improving Water Distribution
C. 501
           1939
C. 286
Sanitary Sewers in Holden
           1979
C. 724
Provide Town of Holden w/water
Book C
Page 347
transfer to Town – all rights and interest in sanitary system under agreement dated 8/31/38.  MDC to maintain, operate, clean and repair trunk system etc.
11/2/43
Acts 1889
C. 298
Soldiers and Sailors Money appropriated for relief
11/5/1889
Constitutional Amendment, Vote on
4/22/1889
Library, Acceptance of Statute Establishment of Trustees for public Library
5/4/1888
Street Lights, Maintenance of
4/17/1886
Acts of 1871
Chapter 158
Election of Road Commissioners for one, two or three years
3/12/1871
Acts of 1888
Chapter 431
Certain small towns may unite for employment of a superintendent of schools
3/17/1890
Acts of 1890
C. 386
Accepted
11/4/1890
Not Revoked
Authorize printing and distributing of ballots for town elections at public expense
3/18/1894

Acts of 1890
C. 196
Accepted. Preservation of ornamental and shade trees on highways, method of designation and penalty for defacing or destroying trees
3/21/1892
Acts of 1893
Petition to take necessary steps to acquire as a state highway the existing county road leading through Holden
Acts of 1895
C. 374
Authorizing towns to place administration of their highways
3/18/1895
under a single highway surveyor
Acts of 1896
C. 256, S. 2
Town seal established and documents attested with same
1899
Acts of 1896
C. 180
(Muschopauge) Town of Holden may supply itself with water by taking certain lands and waters, may erect buildings, lay down pipes, etc. Description of land recorded. Loan and annual payments. Penalty for corruption of waters. Election and terms of Water Commissioners
9/22/04
Acts of 1896
C. 180, S. 6
Annual payments on loan instead of sinking fund
4/15/05
Acts of 1897
C. 254

An Act to provide for the further protection of trees and for the prevention of fire in the woodlands
11/5/01
SpTnMtg
Acts of 1902
C. 470
Preservation of Vital Records Voted that the Town provide a written copy of the Town Records of births, marriages and deaths previous to the year eighteen hundred and fifty, in accordance with Ch. 470 of the Acts of the Legislature of the year 1902 and that the Town Clerk have charge of the same
11/4/02
SpTnMtg
Acts of 1906
C. 502
Appointment of school physician
3/16/14
Acts of 1909
C. 514, S. 42
Acceptance by town of an eight hour a day law. As affected by C. 494, Acts of 1955 eight hour a day for public employees
3/16/14
Acts of 1906
C. 533
Certain annual payments to Town of Holden on account of construction of Metropolitan Water System
3/18/07
Acts of 1910
C. 525

Part of fees received from licensing of motor vehicles available for maintenance and repair of town and county ways
6/15/12
Acts of 1910
C. 598
Audit of accounts
3/16/14
Acts of 1910
C. 616
Form of notes to be issued by towns for money borrowed
6/15/12
Acts of 1911
C. 634
Retirement Systems
Acts of 1912
C. 324
Town of Holden to make additional water loan
6/15/12
Acts of 1912
C.503
Pensioning laborers
Rejected
Acts of 1913
C. 487
Promotion of call men in fire department of cities and towns
3/16/14
Acts of 1913
C. 807
Compensation of certain public employees for injuries sustained in the course of employment
3/16/14
Acts of 1913
C.835, S. 401
Town Clerk may be chosen for term of 3 years
2/1/15
Acts of 1913
C. 819
Submit to voters of official ballots, questions of public policy
11/7/16
Acts of 1914
C. 217
Laborers' vacations
Rejected
Acts of 1914
C. 688
Saturday half-holiday
Rejected
Acts of 1914
C. 790
Party Enrollment
Acts of 1916
C. 98
To ascertain and carry out will of the people relative to calling and holding Constitutional Convention
11/7/16
Acts. of 1916
C. 104
First day of January, known as New Years Day, a legal holiday
11/7/16
Acts of 1916
C. 179
Prevent voters of one political party from voting in primaries
11/7/16
of another political party
Acts of 1918
C. 273
Appointment in certain counties of trustees for county aid to
2/7/21
agriculture
Acts of 1919
C. 311
Continuation Schools
Acts of 1920
C. 133
Town of Holden to pay sum to Aulay Matthews et al (raise and appropriate$2,000 toward rebuilding bldgs)
5/8/20 SpTnMtg
Acts of 1920
C. 240
Under public regulation and control allowance of certain sports and games on Lords Day
5/8/20
Acts of 1920
C. 436
Moved and seconded that the provisions of C. 436 of the Acts
2/6/22
of 1920 be accepted. (relative to the care and cleaning up of rubbish) After protracted discussion the motion was lost.
Lost
Acts of 1920
C. 521
Improvement by DPW of a highway in the Town of Holden
2/7/21
Acts of 1921
C. 368
Suits by and against certain voluntary association
11/7/22
Acts of 1922
C. 427
General Laws, C. 138 amended 18th Amendment to Constitution of U. S.
11/7/22
Acts of 1922
C. 459
District Attorneys required to be member of bar
11/7/22
Acts of 1922
C. 516
Accounting System
Acts of 1923
C. 370
Intoxicating beverages and certain non-intoxicating beverages
11/4/24 SpTnMtg
Acts of 1923
C. 391
Re collection of water rates
4/15/25
Acts of 1923
C. 450
11/4/24
Acts of 1923
C. 473
Deposits with others than banks
11/4/24
Acts of 1924
C. 42
Town of Holden to incur indebtedness for school purposes
2/2/25
Acts of 1924
C. 210
Daylight Savings Yes 348, No 438
Ref.11/4/24
Opinion
Acts of 1924
C. 509
Ascertain opinion of people of Commonwealth of Massachusetts as to ratification of proposed amendment to Constitution of U.S. empowering the Congress to limit, regulate and prohibit labor of persons under 18 years of age
Yes 284, No 492
Acts of 1926
C. 321
Swift River Water Supply
Acts of 1926
C. 371
Railroad Securities
Acts of 1926
C. 3751
Additional Water Supply Needs
Acts of 1932
C. 262
Sewage System
Acts of 1938
C. 460, C. 501
Improving Water Distribution
Acts of 1938
C.500
Payment by Commonwealth to its municipalities of a portion of the Highway Fund to enable them to carry out local highway projects for the purpose of alleviating existing conditions resulting from unemployment
2/5/40
Acts of 1939
C. 286
Sanitary Sewers in Holden
Acts of 1943
C. 5
Purchase of war bonds
2/5/45
Acts of 1945
C. 701
Civil Service for Chief of Police Yes 1198; No 377
3/7/49
Acts of 1945
C. 723
An act to authorize the est and maintenance of municipal dept. and of districts for furnishing info advice and assistance to veterans of WWII or other veterans. Voted unan. not to accept
Not Passed
Acts of 1946
S. 166
Est. Contributory Retirement
Acts of 1946
C. 207, S. 3
Relative to Sunday bowling licenses between one and eleven p.m.; specify place of business, and may be revoked if regulations or restrictions are violated
2/3/47
Acts of 1949
C. 638 ,S. 14-16
"Regional School District Planning Boards”
11/4/50
SpTnMtg
Acts of 1950
C. 820
Provides an increase in pension of $100.00 yearly to certain Town employees who are now on pension or act or do anything relative thereto Article 34 - Unanimous
3/5/51
Acts of 1951
C. 406
Town Manager (Selectmen) Charter
Acts of 1952
C. 624
Retirement Increase
3/7/53
Acts of 1953
C. 391 ,S. 1
Lease Land to Congregational Church
7/17/53
Acts of 1955
C. 670 ,S 1-6
Retirement Benefits
3/5/56
Acts of 1956
C. 718
Highway Construction  
5/8/58
Acts of 1959
C. 121
Voted to accept – authorizing advance payments to certain employees of cities, towns or counties who are eligible for retirement
8/3/59
Acts of 1960
C. 647
Increase in pensions
3/10/62
Acts of 1962
C. 782
Highway Construction
3/9/63
Acts of 1963
C. 478
Increase in Pension
3/7/64
Acts of 1963
C. 822
Widening causeway at Reservoir
3/7/64
Acts of 1963
C. 842
Contract to Lowest Bidder
2/14/64
Acts of 1964
C. 486
Increase in Pensions
3/1/65
Acts of 1965
C. 679
Authorizing highway construction
3/12/66
Acts of 1968
An Act Establishing the Upper Blackstone Water Pollution Abatement District
5/18,19/98
Acts of 1971
C. 486
Beano
Acts of 1975
C. 808
Zoning Enabling Act
5/13/78
Acts of 1985
C. 188, S. 13
Professional Dev. Grants for supplementing teacher compensation(W.R.S.D.C.)
11/18/85
Acts of 1988
C. 245
Subdivision Bond Proceeds
5/15/89
Acts of 1989
C. 653, S. 40
Assessment of New Construction
5/21/90
Acts of 1989
C. 642
Residential Automatic Sprinklers
7/23/90
Acts of 1990
C. 291
Enhanced 911 Service
5/20/91
Acts of 1993
C. 365
Created Infrastructure Investment Fund
Acts of 1995
C. 22
Central Mass. Economic Development Authority
5/20/96
Acts of 1996
C. 431
Amended Infrastructure Investment Fund Legislation
Acts of 2000
C. 328
Establish Public Works Depreciation Fund
12/7/2000
Acts of 2002
C. 116 S. 1
Early Retirement Incentive
5/20/02

 
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