Effective January 6, 2022, there will be a mask mandate for all public indoor spaces within the City of Holyoke.

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***Due to transmission issues, this evening\'s (1-18-22) City Council meeting is unlikely to be broadcast on Channel 15 as it normally would be. The meeting will remain available in person, on the website live stream, and on Zoom
A recording will also be available this week, as always. We apologize for the unanticipated issue, and any inconvenience caused by it.***

Rights-of-Way Spraying Activities on Public Roads are regulated by the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources.  Holyoke’s Conservation Commission is charged with reviewing the location of sensitive resource areas – like wetlands and vernal pools – to make sure spraying is at least 10 feet away from these sensitive areas.  Every year, each agency responsible for maintaining their public ways will submit a draft management plan – a Yearly Operational Plan – to MDAR for their review.  A public comment period is a requirement for each of these YOPs.

 

The following agencies/entities of YOPs under review

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