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Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Environment Older Adults
The Committee's charge is to plan and take actions necessary to restore alewives to the Monponsett Ponds. The Committee is composed of volunteers and is unpaid. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Health Older Adults
The Commission's charge is to attemtp to increase access to public and private facilities and programs for individuals with disabilities. The Committee is composed of volunteers and is unpaid. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Environment
The Assistant Animal Control Officer provides assistance to the Animal Control Officer in enforcing the Town's animal control by-laws. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Environment Older Adults
Committee members plan and "get their hands dirty" improving the landscaping of the grounds and areas around Town buildings and property owned by the Town. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338
This is a volunteer, five-person board which monitors licensing agreements with cable television providers in Halifax. In addition, when a licensee seeks a renewal, it is the lead committee in negotiating a new license. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Older Adults
Committee members review proposals from departments for projects that cost $20,000 or more and will last five or more years and make recommendations to the Finance Committee, the Board of Selectmen and the Town Meeting as to which projects to fund. Committee members are unpaid. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338
The Finance Committee reviews all requests for appropriations for operating and capital budgets submitted for Town Meeting, interviews department heads concerning these requests and makes recommendations to Town Meeting. It also reviews the revenue budget for the Town to ensure that revenues and expenditures balance. The Finance Committee's schedule ranges from once a month to once a week (possibly twi more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Older Adults
Members review grant proposals and decide on grant awards to cultural organizations holding events, classes, etc. that are of interest to Halifax residents. Members are unpaid. Funding is obtained through grants from the State and grants are awarded on a semi-annual basis. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338
The Historic District Commission is a five-person, volunteer board that reviews applications for permits for exterior work for buildings and other structures in the Town's historic districts. In addition, it reviews applications for the demolition of structures in Halifax that were built before 1900. The Commission meets on an as-needed basis. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338
Commission members advocate and run programs related to historic preservation, especially the records of the Town itself, its residents, businesses and institutions. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Older Adults
This volunteer committee, either pro-actively or reacting to concerns and/or complaints, reviews the transportation network including roads, intersections, sidewalks, crosswalks, signage and traffic signals in Halifax and recommends improvements or changes. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Older Adults Veterans
The Assistant is a volunteer, unpaid position. The person works with the Veterans' Agent to help deliver services and benefits to veterans and to provide them with information about various programs. The Assistant may fill in during office hours when the Veterans' Agent is unavailable. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Environment Youth
Members operate recreation facilities including playgrounds, a gym, playing fields, tennis courts, and run programs such as vacation and summer camps, dances, an after-school program and other activities. Non-profit community groups that are not part of the actual Town government run many specific sports programs such as baseball, basketball, softball and soccer. more
Location: Halifax, MA 02338 Environment Older Adults
The Zoning Board of Appeals is a volunteer, 5-member board, that receives applications for various zoning variances and permits in accord with the Town's zoning by-law. Regular members are expected to attend all meetings. Alternates serve as voting members of the Board when regular members are either absent or not able to participate in hearing a particular matter. more