Upcoming Events

  1. Council on Aging MeetingAgenda
    1. Open the Meeting (Chair)
    2. Review and approval of minutes from previous meetings
    3. Treasurers Report
    4. FY2018 Budget
    5. Friends
    6. Discuss Upcoming Monthly Meetings (March - Nancy Hoff (Greenfield Savings), April - Lake House Lunch, May)
    7. Items not reasonably anticipated by the chair 48 hours in advance of the meeting
    8. Public Comments
    9. Adjourn the Meeting
    Wed, Mar 1 02:00 pm
  2. Police Chief Search Committee MeetingAgenda

    1.  MEETING CONVENES
    2.  MINUTES
    3.  DISCUSSION/DECISION ITEMS
         A.  Revised Interview Questions
         B.  Preliminary Candidate Consideration
    The Police Chief Search Committee may enter into Executive Session as allowed by M.G.L. c30A §21(a) 8 to consider or interview applicants for employment or appointment by a preliminary screening committee if the chair declares that an open meeting will have a detrimental effect in obtaining qualified applicants.
    4.  PUBLIC COMMENT
    5.  * ITEMS NOT REASONABLY ANTICIPATED BY THE CHAIR 48 HOURS IN ADVANCE OF THE MEETING
    6.  UPCOMING MEETINGS
    7.  ADJOURN
    The listing of matters are those reasonably anticipated by the Chair which may be discussed at the meeting.  Not all items listed may in fact be discussed, and other items not listed may also be brought up for discussion to the extent permitted by law.


    Wed, Mar 1 04:00 pm
  3. Library MeetingAgenda
    1. Open the Meeting (Chair)
    2. Review and approval of minutes from previous meetings
    3. Executive Director's Report
    4. Staff Evaluations
    5. Treasurer's Report
    6. Building & Maintenance - HV/AC discussion
    7. Adjourn the Meeting
    Wed, Mar 1 07:00 pm
  4. Planning Board MeetingAgenda
    1. Open the Meeting (Chair)
    2. Abbatiello Special Permit
    3. Review and approval of minutes from previous meetings
    4. Discussion of Form 1 submittal for Telecommunications and Associate Member Bylaws
    5. Discussion on proposed Senior Citizens Housing Bylaw
    6. Items not reasonably anticipated by the chair 48 hours in advance of the meeting
    7. Upcoming Meetings
    8. Adjourn the Meeting
    Wed, Mar 1 07:30 pm
  5. MLP Advisory Board MeetingAgenda
    1. Open the Meeting (Chair)
    2. Review and approval of minutes from previous meetings
    3. Review MBI, Baker Admin, Legislators and Regional Activity
    4. Recommendation to Select Board
    5. Items not reasonably anticipated by the chair 48 hours in advance of the meeting
    6. Upcoming Meetings
    7. Adjourn the Meeting
    Tue, Mar 7 07:00 pm

Town AdministratorKayce Warren
HoursMonday through Thursday
Fridays by Appointment
Phone413-628-4441 x7
FAX413-628-0228
Emailtownadmin@ashfield.org
Address412 Main Street, P.O. Box 560

Ashfield Beach

Town Office

Duties

General Summary:

Provides support services to the Select Board in managing town affairs, and assists the boards/committees under the jurisdiction of the Select Board, other related work as required.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Carry out the directives of the Select Board, prepare reports and written communications as part of these activities.
  • Attend meetings of the Select Board; preparing and providing supporting documents and agenda items; take minutes of the meeting.
  • Serve as the liaison between the Select Board and town committees/departments and regional government.
  • Serve as liaison between the Select Board and various public and private agencies and the businesses and the citizens of the Town.
  • Work closely with the Select Board, Finance Committee, and department heads in the annual consolidation of a proposed budget, and the administration of the budget once adopted.
  • Assist with preparations for annual Town Meetings and Special Town Meetings.
  • Advise the Board and general public on the current status of affairs of the Town and responsible for preparing an annual report of the previous year’s activities.
  • Responsible for the maintenance of sound positive public relations between the Town and its citizens; between the Town and other governmental agencies and between the various boards and committees that make up Town Government. Attend Board meetings and or Committee meetings as deemed necessary.
  • Responsible for implementing all Select Board policy decisions and providing staff in all departments with the clear and efficient operating procedures necessary to carry out Board policy mandates.
  • Serve as the purchasing agent for the Town.
  • Apply and look for grants
  • Preparation of bills for the Accountant pertaining to a range of town departments and budgets; also will assist in the maintenance and monitoring of budget balances.
  • The Assistant Administrator performs such other duties as may be directed by the Board of Selectmen.