Town of Westminster, MA
Worcester County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Special Town Meeting 11-12-1974 by Art. 2 as Art. V, Sec. C, of the 1975 Bylaws. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Board and committee rules — See Ch. 9.
Elections and town meetings — See Ch. 25.
Finances — See Ch. 28.
Fees — See Ch. A259.

§ 19-1 Issuance of notices after election.

The Town Clerk,[1] as soon as practicable after any election has been held by the town, in addition to the notices which said Town Clerk is now required to give officers who are required to take an oath of office, shall also issue a written or printed notice to all persons who have been elected to any office or chosen to serve on any other committee, stating the office to which such person has been elected or the duties which such committee was chosen to perform.
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Editor's Note: See MGL C. 41.

§ 19-2 Furnishing copies of monetary votes.

The Town Clerk shall furnish all boards, committees and officers with a copy of all town monetary votes affecting them.

§ 19-3 Maintenance of town reports.

The Town Clerk shall keep and cause to be permanently bound one (1) or more files of the town reports.

§ 19-4 Record of town highways.

The Town Clerk shall keep a record of all highways and town ways within the town with an index thereto, including public rights-of-way and byways of the town.

§ 19-5 Deeds and conveyances.

The Town Clerk shall see that every conveyance to the town of any interest in land is properly recorded in the Registry of Deeds and shall cause a true copy to be kept of all deeds or conveyances executed by the Selectmen and shall keep on file all deeds delivered to the town.

§ 19-6 Committee reports.

The Town Clerk shall keep on record the reports made to the town by all committees.