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"PUBLIC RECORDS REQUESTS"
"EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY: TOWN TREASURER"
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Foot Clinic sponsored by the Council on Aging are offered the 4th Tuesday of every month.
Digital scans of handwritten Brookfield Town Records up to 1849 as well as other resources are now available online at BrookfieldsResearch.com thanks to Dan Hamilton.
Now you can pay Motor Vehicle & Property Taxes online.
The Water Department’s Annual Consumer Confidence Water Quality Report
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Brookfield needs town residents to serve on boards and committees. Been thinking about what you can do to help your Town? Have a talent/resource that could be useful? Consider asking to be appointed to one of these committees that need members:
Street Lights: The town pays for street lights, whether or not they are on. If you see a light that is not working properly, please write down the pole number and let the Selectmen's office know at 508-867-2930, ext. 10.
The Town of Brookfield is taking applications for the Senior and Veteran
The Brookfield Ecumenical Food Pantry is accepting donations at the Merrick Public Library whenever the library is open or at St. Mary’s Church, 4 Howard St. during distribution hours: Wednesday 9:30 - 11 am & Saturday 9:30 -11 am.
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License Fees have been set by the Selectmen.
The Public Bus Route 33 begins and ends at the Brookfield Common.
Resident Medical Emergency List: The Council on Aging and the Emergency Squad need your help to create a list of residents who would have emergency situations in case of electrical failure. Click here for more.
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Outdoor Brush Burning Permits are issued between January 15 and April 30,