The Transfer Station will be closed all day on Saturday, July 4, 2015.
The Collector’s office will place a lien on properties with delinquent fiscal 2014 Real Estate taxes that are not paid, in full, by July 10, 2015. The list of properties is in the “Notice of Tax Taking“. Please contact the office at 508-785-0032 x228 to arrange payment. Remember that delinquent taxes incur interest and fees and can ultimately result in foreclosure on the property.
The Town has received a proposal from local business owners to operate a Dunkin Donuts franchise in the space most recently occupied by Taffy Café. At its meeting of June 1, 2015, the Planning Board voted to require a full site plan review of the proposal. The full site plan review began Monday, June 15, at which time the Planning Board asked for a complete site plan. The site plan was not ready to be discussed at the June 29 Planning Board meeting but is expected to be ready in time for the July 13 meeting. Information about this proposal is posted here.
The Dover Cultural Council (DCC) helps to bring unique Arts, Humanities, and Science programs to our town. Please help us to set our funding priorities for the next three years by completing this brief survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZSDJKFD
Please be advised that the Norfolk County Mosquito Control District will begin the 2015 late evening ULV aerosol applications on or about May 26, weather permitting.
May 26 through September 30, 2015 – Adulticide aerosol (ULV) applications. (conducted between sunset through midnight, Monday through Thursday)
If any resident wishes to know when the spray program may be conducted in their area, they should go to the Districts website at http://www.
The Board of Selectmen has authorized a change in the summer hours for the Town House beginning the Friday before Memorial Day (May 22nd) through Labor Day (September 7th). The Town House hours will remain 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Thursday; on Friday the building will be open from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. This change in summer hours will be revisited by the Selectmen next Spring.