Leicester: It’s time to register your dogs

LEICESTER — Town Clerk Julie Delphia reminds dog owners that all dogs in town are required to be registered by April 1. A dog census will be conducted this spring and registration of dogs avoids the potential of fines and fees. A spayed/neutered dog costs $11 to register. Unspayed or unneutered dogs cost $15. Valid rabies certificate is required. Failing to comply with registration requirements can lead to fines of up to $500 per violation or lead to unregistered dogs being removed or destroyed.

The Selectboard is seeking two individuals to represent the town on the Maple Broadband Communications District, one as the delegate and the other as an alternate. Maple Broadband meets about once a month and meetings are conducted via Zoom.

For more information, contact Selectboard Chair Diane Benware at 247-3786.

The Leicester Historical Society is sponsoring Prize Bingo on Sat, April 15, at 1:00 pm, at the Senior Center at the Four Corners. Refreshments served, all are welcome. Masks are encouraged but not mandatory.

Green Up Day is Saturday, May 6. Bags will be available at the Town Shed during the first week of May. A free lunch for volunteers will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Four Corners that day. Volunteers can pick up a raffle ticket at the town shed when filled bags are dropped off. Raffle prizes will be drawn at the conclusion of the free lunch. Committee members hope that 100% of the roads can be cleared/cleaned, as last year. For more information or to volunteer, contact Diane Benware at 247-3786.

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