|Nomination Papers Available for the Following Seats:|
|Board of Assessors||2 Seats for 3 years|
|Board of Assessors||1 Seat for 1 year|
|Board of Selectmen||2 Seats for 3 Years|
|Housing Authority||1 Seat for 5 Years|
|School Committee||2 Seats for 3 Years|
|Municipal Light Plant||1 Seat for 3 years|
|Trustees of the Public Library||2 Seats for 3 Years|
|Important Dates for Candidates to Remember|
|Tuesday, February 18, 2020||Nomination Papers are Available|
|Thursday, March 26, 2020 - 5:00 p.m.||Last Day to Obtain Nomination Papers|
|Monday, March 30, 2020 - 5:00 p.m.||Last Day to Submit Nomination Papers to the Registrar of Voters for Certification|
|Wednesday, April 15, 2020 - 5:00 p.m.||Last Day to Object of Withdraw Nominations Papers|
The Town Clerk’s Office provides the following services:
- Birth Records
- Marriage Intentions and Records
- Death Records
- Census Recordings
- Election Division
- Dog Licenses
- Keeper of Committee Minutes
- Committee Attendance Keeper
- Raffle Permits
- Street List Maintenance
- Voter Registration
- Business Certificates
- Town General By-Laws
- Non-Criminal Ticket Collection for Town
- Keeper of Town Seal
- Commissioner to Qualify Public Officers for Plymouth County
Records and maintains vital records (birth, death, and marriage) – Records can be obtained in person during regular office hours (Monday and Wednesday and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Tuesday 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.). Town Hall is closed on Friday. Certified copies are $10.00 each. Requests may also be done via mail, check should be made payable to the Town of Hull. Include a note with the information requested and a self addressed stamped envelope and mail to Town Clerk, 253 Atlantic Ave., Hull, MA 02045.
Marriage Intentions – Marriage intentions may be filed in any clerk’s office in the State and the ceremony may take place anywhere within the State.
- Couple must be together to file
- 3-day waiting period from filing of intention to pick up. License valid for sixty days from date of filing intention.
- Identification required, i.e. birth certificate, drivers license, or passport.
- Filing fee $25.00
Supervises elections – The clerk of the municipality is the supervisor of all elections. This entails many responsibilities such as scheduling the election workers, preparing the ballot, processing absentee ballots, maintaining voter files and setting up the voting area.
Absentee ballots may be obtained for any election from the clerk’s office and may be sent to any destination you indicate. You may also make arrangements with the clerk to vote in the office. If you are permanently disabled and/or housebound you may contact your physician and have a note sent to the clerk’s office and we will automatically send you your request for every election.
Voter registration is held in the clerk’s office during regular office hours and during special sessions required before town meetings and elections. The special sessions are advertised in the local newspaper and on Cable TV. Voter Identification cards are available for $5.00.
Dog licenses are issued at the clerk’s office. Dogs are required to be licensed at 6 months of age. Licenses run from April 1st to March 31st. A current rabies certificate is required at time of licensing. Fees are $10.00 for spayed female and neutered male and $15.00 for female and male. Proof of spaying and neutering is required.
Raffle permits are issued in the clerk’s office to non-profit groups and organizations for a $10.00 fee. The permits are valid for one year from date of issuance.
Business Certificates are required to be filed for anyone conducting business in a name other than their own, also known as DBA certificate. These are valid for four years from date of issuance and the fee is $20.00.
Genealogy Research – The Town of Hull records go back to the early 1600’s. All records are open to the public at the clerk’s office.
Annual Census – The annual census is conducted by the clerk’s office. Forms are usually sent out between January and February. It is essential that these forms be returned, as removal from the voting list could result if you fail to complete your census.