North Adams Gearing Up for Annual Census

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NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — City residents should be on lookout for their 2013 census which is expected to arrive in residents' homes by Jan. 10.

Residents should simply review the information printed on the forms and if there are no changes, sign the bottom of the form and return to the city clerk's office by mail at 10 Main St. or in person. If someone has moved, it is helpful if the new address can be provided. Nursing home patients, students and military should be listed on the form. Any corrections may be made on the form.

On the reverse side is also the option of licensing dogs; just complete the form and include the fee and the office will mail the license back.

The census is important to all residents in the community and everyone should be counted. It also is very important that voting records are accurate; many times we are asked to prove someone is or has been a resident of North Adams and without the census form it is impossible for to do.

If you wish to call the office with the information, you may do so by calling 413-662-3000, Ext. 3015.


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