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Town Census Forms

by Liz Greendale
January 10, 2013

The Town Census Forms have been mailed and are due back at Town Hall by January 31st

Complete and return when received to the Town Hall.

 

 Census information is used for many things: to help the schools to know what grades children are going into but more importantly in the current economy, any State or Federal money that Holliston might be eligible for depends on the census numbers.

Not returning your census shall result in removing you from the Active Voter List and may result in removal from the Voter Registration Rolls (MGL Ch. 51, Sec. 4 [c]).

Please check the census form, make any corrections, if necessary, and return it to the Town Clerk’s office. There is a drop box by the back door of town hall for off hours.

If you did not receive a census form or have any questions, please call: 508-429-0601.

Thank You.

Elizabeth T. Greendale

Town Clerk

 

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