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 The animal ordinance has been revised and owners will be fined for non-compliance. Hard copies of the ordinance are available at the town hall or online on our website. Click Here to Read the Animal Ordinance
Purple Bows On Sale for $5 Each at Town Hall
Purple bows are on sale now at the town hall for $5 each. The purpose of the bows are to promote cancer awareness, and proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society. Read the Story on the Town Mural Woodland-Olney School (1917) was the merger of the Olney School (a Quaker secondary school located in George) and the Woodland Public School. - see p. 145 "Footprints in Northampton". In 1998, the conversion of historic Woodland-Onley School into 30 senior apartments was completed. CADA was the non-profit developer and it was the agency's first tax credit project. This complex has received several awards for senior services and for historic... Click Here to Read the Full Story
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Recent News Board Meetings 1st Thursday of Month Limb and Bag Pickup Every Monday WIC Meeting 3rd Wednesday of the Month
The Town of Woodland announces the hiring of new Police Chief, John Ruppe. Chief Ruppe comes to Woodland from Elm City with many years of experience. He is a great fit for the town of Woodland, welcome to town Chief!
Animal Ordinance Revised; Get Your Copy Now
LATEST NEWS: 3rd Annual Northampton 5K Championship presented by the Chamber of Commerce To Be Held in Woodland in 2015
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