The Public Records Office is managed by the deputy town clerk, who maintains a library of scanned public records dating back to 1927. This library is available for public review and research in the Town Clerk’s Office at Town Hall, located at 128 South Main St.
Scanning station hours are from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday. The scanning area is a working station at Town Hall, so the public is asked to please make appointments before coming in for research by calling the deputy town clerk.
Documents for Viewing Here, citizens may find agendas, records of Town Council actions, and the permanent public record of Town Council minutes, ordinances, and contracts.
Other documents also are available in the scanned format. There is no charge for use of the scanning station. The first nine copies of documents printed are free, but copies 10 and more are charged to the customer at 10 cents each.