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Treasurer / Collector - Linda J. Hawkes, CMMT

 

 

Staff:

Treasurer/Collector
Assistant Treasurer/Collector
Treasurer Principal Clerk
Collector Principal Clerk
Collector Principal Clerk

 

 

News:


December 29, 2014 - The Treasurer/Collector's Office will now be processing online payments through CityHallSystems. Instructions for using this new service can be found at this location.

August 8, 2014 -
Moody's assigns Aa3 rating to the Town of Easton's $14.415 million General Obligation Municipal Purpose Loan of 2014 Bonds, and a MIG 1 to $6.6 million General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes. Click here for full report.

August 6, 2013 -
Moody's assigns Aa3 rating to the Town of Easton's $1.045 million General Obligation Municipal Purpose Loan of 2013 Bonds and a MIG 1 to $2.7 million General Obligation Bond Anticipation Notes. Click here for the full report.

 

March 18, 2013 - The Town of Easton, among others in the Southeastern Massachusetts Health Group, receives Massachusetts Municipal Blue Innovation Award. Click here for photos from the annoucement that took place at Easton Town Hall.

 

August 10, 2012 - Easton Bond Sale Press Release available here.

 

August 7, 2012 - Moody's assigns Aa3 rating to Town of Easton's (MA) $7.7
million General Obligation Bond and MIG 1 to $580,000 General
Obligation BANS. Click here for report.

 

June 6, 2011 - Effective Friday, July 1st 2011. If your Motor Vehicle Excise Bill is delinquent and has gone to WARRANT you will NOT be able to make your payment at Easton Town Hall. All WARRANT PAYMENTS MUST be made with the Deputy Collector for the Town. You may call them at 1-781-944-8504. Walk-In Service is available at the following locations: 1) 59 South Main St, Assonet; 2) 40 Industrial Park Rd Ste 303, Plymouth (same building as the RMV), or 3) 34 Salem St, Reading.

April 14, 2011 - 
Easton $6,360,000 General Obligation Bonds Net 3.564%; $3,000,000 Bond Anticipation Notes Receive 0.703%. Town of Easton assigned highest short-term rating attainable and A2 bond rating affirmed.

Reminder: At Annual Town Meeting of May 2009, it was voted to increase the demand fee to $30 for all delinquent bills. Please pay any outstanding bills before the demand bill is issued in order to avoid this extra charge. Once applied to a bill, this fee cannot be waived.

 

 

 

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