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If you are unable to come to the Records Office during the hours of Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., contact the Records Clerk at 401-643-0133 and arrangements can be made to leave a copy at the dispatch desk where it can be picked up at your convenience.
Note: No reports will be mailed unless prior payment has been received and no reports will be faxed. Records Office
Small loads for residents' personal projects only, up to 32-gallons barrel or its equivalent of construction and demolition (C & D) or asphalt, brick and concrete (ABC), may be disposed of in the C & D or ABC bin at the Transfer Station at no charge, once per day. This service is available only to residents with a valid Transfer Station sticker and is for residential C & D and ABC only.
Trailers are not allowed in the Transfer Station.
Any load larger than 32-gallons may be disposed of in the C & D or ABC bin for a $75 fee, once per day. This service is available only to residents with a valid Transfer Station sticker and is for residential C & D and ABC only. In order to dispose of loads larger than 32-gallons, residents are required to pay at the Tax Collector’s office in Town Hall located at 2200 East Main Road between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Thursday and 8:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Friday. Please provide your pass to the gate security guard when you arrive at the Transfer Station to dispose of your C & D or ABC. No one day passes allowed for C & D or ABC.
Examples of acceptable C & D include: • wood (including painted, treated and coated wood and wood products) • wall coverings • plaster • plumbing fixtures • glass • sheetrock/wallboard/drywall (less than 5% in a load, by volume) • non-asbestos insulation • roofing shingles and other roofing coverings • electrical wiring and components containing no hazardous liquids, and pipe and metals that are incidental to any of the above.
C & D loads cannot contain: • garbage • corrugated container board • carpeting • furniture • appliances • tires • items regulated as hazardous waste • asbestos waste • electrical fixtures containing hazardous liquids such as fluorescent light ballasts or transformers for fluorescent lights • 55-gallon drums • fuel tanks.
C & D is not allowed in the compactor pits.
ABC: concrete, asphalt, brick, and rock must be free of debris and litter.
The following items require a per item fee and represent the cost to the Town. All fees must be paid at the Tax Collector’s Office prior to going to the Transfer Station. Fees are subject to change.
Yard waste must be in paper bags or transported in containers not greater than 64 gallons when brought to the Transfer Station. Plastic bags are not allowed in yard waste. Yard waste too large to fit in bags or containers must be cut to a length of 3’ or less and bundled with biodegradable material. Tree limbs or brush greater than 2” in diameter are not accepted.
NOTE: The issue of proration of real estate taxes at closing is a matter between buyer and seller and is not an issue or concern of the Town.
The town clerk is an elected position until November 6, 2018, then the position becomes appointed.
The Town Clerk is the ex-officio head of the department of public records and serves as the recorder of deeds; registrar of births, marriages, and deaths; clerk of the Probate Court, clerk of the Municipal Court and clerk of the Town Council.