Posted on: December 2, 2016

Life Times Issues Available Online

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People often come in to the Center specifically for the current issue of the Life Times newsletter, but the thing is that we don't keep a huge amount of copies on hand because they get mailed to homes. We would prefer to reserve the limited copie...

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Posted on: June 23, 2017

City Council accepts PNCU's third $15,000 installment for Bookmobile

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City Council Tuesday night approved an order from Mayor Richard Kos to accept a donation from Polish National Credit Union for the third installment of $15,000 towards the bank’s $75,000 commitment for the funding of Chicopee’s bookmob...

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Posted on: June 23, 2017

City Council approves $1.5 million in "Free Cash" to be applied to tax levy

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The City Council Tuesday night approved an order from Mayor Richard Kos to use $1,500,000 in free cash to apply to the tax levy in an effort to minimize the impact the increase in the FY 2018 budget will have on tax payers.

The proposed budget is up 3.1%, ...

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Posted on: June 23, 2017

Water Shut Down List for June 29th

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Shutdown List Friday June 29th

Water will tentatively be shut off from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM for the following residences:

Burnett Rd:

            #1154-1201

If you have any questions, please contact the Wate...

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Posted on: June 19, 2017

Mayor Kos recommends new Veterans' Services Director to City Council

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Mayor Richard Kos has recommended Stephanie Shaw as the new Veterans’ Services Director for City Council approval.

“I would like to thank veterans Louis Brault and Bob Lukasik for their help and input during the selection process,&r...

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Posted on: June 15, 2017

Mayor Kos announces proposed FY 2018 budget

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Mayor Richard J. Kos today announced the proposed budget for the City of Chicopee, requesting $189,112,337.09 to finance both City and School operations.

The budget calls for a 3.1% increase in spending, or an additional $5,687,141.27 in compariso...

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Posted on: June 15, 2017

North Willimansett Final Paving Update

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Here is the schedule for next week’s final paving of North Willimansett:

Chicopee, Grattan, Mt. Carmel, Saint Louis, Whitman, Hope, Nassau, Alden, Philathea, Yvonne, Olivine, Perrault, and Margaret Streets will be paved next week starting on Mond...

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Posted on: June 7, 2017

City Council approves Revolving Funds

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The City Council Tuesday approved orders to accept several City revolving funds for Fiscal Year 2018. Eleven separate revolving funds were approved for seven City departments.

A revolving fund allows a community or department to raise revenues from a speci...

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Posted on: June 5, 2017

Chicopee receives EPA Grants for Brownfields Clean-Up

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Mayor Richard Kos and Director of Planning Lee Pouliot are proud to announce that the City of Chicopee has been awarded three $200,000 U.S. EPA grants for continued brownfields clean-up at the former Uniroyal property.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Age...

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Posted on: May 31, 2017

Chicopee's new Trash Reduction Program moving along

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The first month of Chicopee’s new Trash Reduction program is in the books. The City would like to thank its residents for their great job and compliance with the new program.

Beginning Monday June 5th, the ‘grace period’ is ov...

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