Town of Randolph, MA
Norfolk County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
[The following sets forth a list of General Laws accepted by the Town of Randolph.]
MGL C./Sec.
Chapter/
Acts of
Adoption Date/
Art. or Ord. No.
Subject
6, 172B 1/2
256, s. 23/2010
7-25-2011/2011-010
Criminal history fingerprint-based background checks
21D
ATM 5-25-2006/32
Violation of Board of Health Rules and Regulations
23M, 2
2-26-2018/2018-006
Approval of participation by the Town in the Massachusetts Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy Program (PACE Massachusetts)
31, 49
ATM 3-3-1930/63
Chief of Police
31, 58A
3-14-2011/2010-064
Civil service age restriction for entry-level firefighters
32, 220
399/1992
ATM 4-20-1993/6
Retirement system funding schedule
32, 85
ATM 3-19-1931/77
Pensions for police officers and fire fighters
32, 85E and J
ATM 3-15-1971/13
Pension for Police Chief
32, 90C
ATM 3-19-1973/10
Increase retirement allowance
32B
1969 Election Question 2
Insurance for Town employees
32B, 20
6-10-2013/2013-027
OPEB Trust Fund
39, 23D
7-28-2014/2014-030
Authority to vote at adjudicatory hearings when member has missed a meeting
40, 5B
9-8-2014/2014-035
Water Capital Improvement Stabilization Fund
40, 6B
351/1930
ATM 3-6-1944/19
Police and Fire Department uniforms
40, 8A
ATM 3-30-1964/76
Development and Industrial Commission
40, 8D
ATM 3-19-1973/82
Historical Commission
40, 8E
ATM 3-19-1973/78
Youth Commission
40, 8G
ATM 4-29-2002/44
Mutual Aid — Police Department
40, 21
98/1949
ATM 3-15-1954/45
Gravel removal
40, 21, p. 23(a)
STM 6-14-1983/5
Handicapped parking spaces
40, 21, p. 24
STM 6-14-1983/6
Unauthorized use of handicapped parking spaces; penalty
40, 21E
ATM 4-16-1996/14
Municipal charges and bills
40, 22F
ATM 4-26-2004/45
Fire department to establish own fees.
40, 22O
STM 6-12-1973/3
Selectmen authorized to set towing regulations
40, 57
ATM 4-17-1990/8
License denial for nonpayment of taxes and charges
40, 58
ATM 4-16-1991/24
Lien on real property for nonpayment of certain charges
40A, 8
ATM 3-23-1959/38
Reconsideration of ordinance or bylaw after unfavorable action
40C
4-28-2014/2014-009
Establish Historic District Study Committee
40U
26/2010
9-23-2013/2013-008
Municipal fines
41, 1
ATM 3-3-1930/64
School Committee
41, 1
ATM 3-3-1930/68
Board of Health
41, 1
ATM 5-7-1963/22
Board of Public Welfare
41, 23a
ATM 3-23-1964/2
Appointment of Executive Secretary by Selectmen
41, 70 to 72
ATM 3-19-1931/70
Planning Board
41, 73 to 81
ATM 3-19-1931/72
Board of Survey
41, 81A to 81Y
ATM 3-28-1951/28
Planning Board
41, 81U
245/1988
ATM 4-16-1991/16
Use of performance bond or cash deposit by Town
41, 97A
595/1948
ATM 3-20-1950/16
Police Department
41, 1086
19/1963
ATM 3-16-1964/11
Police officer compensation
41, 1001
STM 6-14-1976/2
Indemnification of officers
43, 103A
ATM 3-12-1946/7
Absentee voting
43D, 1 to 16
STM 12-3-2007/7
Expedited permitting, only as to those sites as the interagency permitting board described in MGL c. 23A, § 62, or the equivalent agency, approves the designation thereof as a priority development site pursuant to the procedures set forth in MGL c. 43D, §§ 1 through 16
43D
STM 6-8-2009/3
Priority development sites
44, 28C(f)
STM 11-28-2001/9
Delinquent trash fees added to real estate tax bill
44, 53C
ATM 3-19-1973/56
Off-duty police work details
44, 53C
STM 12-3-2001/16
Police/Special Detail Fund
44, 53D
STM 11-13-1996/12
Revolving account for receipts received in connection with recreation courses
44, 53E 1/2
ATM 4-28-1998/66
Recreation-establish annual revolving fund (ice arena)
44, 53E 1/2
STM 11-2-1999/72
Veterans/Elderly — establish
Annual Revolving Fund (Senior Van)
44, 53E 1/2
ATM 4-18-2006/28
Zoning Board of Appeals — establish
Annual revolving fund
44, 53E 1/2
3-22-2010/2010-001
Police Administrative Paid Detail Revolving Fund
44, 53F 1/2
ATM 4-15-1997/36
Enterprise fund for operation of recycling facility
44, 53F 1/2
ATM 5-15-2007/30
Creation of Randolph Water Facilities Enterprise Fund and Randolph Sewer Facilities Enterprise Fund (replaced by account created 4-10-2017 by Ord. No. 2017-016)
44, 53F 1/2
4-10-2017/2017-016
Combined Water/Sewer Enterprise Account
44, 53F 3/4
9-11-2018/2018-044
Establishes a special renenue fund known as the "PEG Access and Cable Related Fund"
44, 65
ATM 3-21-1955/23
Vacation pay
44B
11-8-2004/1
Community Preservation Committee
46, 42A to F
ATM 3-22-1983/84
Water rates to become lien on real estate
48, 59A
ATM 5-14-2001/87
Mutual Aid — Fire Department
53, 9A
STM 1-10-1966/12
Nomination papers
54, 103A
STM 4-23-1956/18
Absentee voting
58, 7A to D
STM 10-29-1962/3
Repealed 1979, 797, Sec. 7
59, 5
727, 1985
ATM 5-19-1987/105
Tax exemptions for organization of veterans of foreign wars
59, 5, cl. 37A
ATM 4-18-1989/7
Tax exemptions for blind persons
59, 5, cl. 41B
653, 1982
STM 4-9-1985/19
Tax exemption for elderly persons
59, 5, cl. 41C
73/1986
ATM 4-17-1990/5
Tax exemption for elderly persons
59, 57C
653/1989
ATM 4-16-1991/26
Quarterly tax bills
59, 5K
127/1999
ATM 5-25-2006/33
Senior Citizen Property Tax Work off Abatement Program
60, 2
281/1990
ATM 4-21-1992/6
Abatement of tax balances under $10
60, 3C
STM 11-15-1993/6
Local educational fund
64G, 3A
ATM 3-17-1986/90
Local room occupancy excise tax
64L, 2(a)
27/2009
4-11-2011/2011-001
Local meals tax
71, 16 to 161
1964 Election
Regional school district
71, 71E
639/1977
ATM 3-26-1979/68
Providing for expenditure by School Committee of receipts from adult education and continuing education programs
80, 1 to 9
ATM 3-28-1951/29
Betterments
82, 37
130/1925
STM 11-27-1931/7
Building lines
82, 37
ATM 3-12-1935/29
Building lines
85, 11A and B
ATM 3-24-1970/86
Bicycle Safety Act
90, 17C
3-27-2017/2017-012
Establish a statutory speed limit of 25 miles per hour
90, 20A 1/2
ATM 4-26-2004/5
Parking violations
90, 20C
STM 6-12-1973/2
Parking violation fines
98
ATM 3-28-1951/30
Gravel removal
101, 8
ATM 3-31-1975/91
Transient vendors
121B, 4
1-23-2017/2016-003A
Redevelopment Authority
136, 4B
STM 10-23-1961/7
Sunday operation of bowling alleys
138, 12B
STM 6-14-1983/4
Prohibition of nudity in places holding liquor licenses
139, 1 to 3
ATM 3-10-1934/44
Dangerous buildings
140, 147A
308/1985
STM 11-14-1994/24
Regulation of dogs
143, 32
ATM 4-28-1998/64
Restrictions on part-time Building Commissioner and Local Inspector
143, 34
ATM 4-28-1998/63
Three-year appointments for Building Commissioners and Local Inspector
147, 16C
ATM 3-15-1954/40
Police Department workweek
148, 26C
ATM 3-18-1980/40
Smoke and heat detectors
148, 26E
ATM 3-18-1980/41
Smoke detectors
148, 26G
STM 10-24-1983/12
Automatic sprinkler systems
148, 26H
ATM 4-17-1990/19
Automatic sprinklers in lodging and boarding houses
148, 26I
STM 11-13-1996/36
Automatic sprinkler systems for multiple dwelling units
184, 31-33
ATM 4-21-1998/13
Preservation restrictions on Stetson Hall
200A, 9A
3-28-2011/2011-003
Unclaimed checks
297
ATM 4-2-1956/104
Industrial Development Commission
15/1955 1957
ATM 3-25-1957/92
Removing fire fighters from civil service
75/1983
STM 4-9-1984/3
Municipal Handicapped Commission
138, Secs. 228 to 231/1991
STM 9-16-1991/1
Teachers' summer pay
143/1954
ATM 3-15-1954/3
Assessments for betterments
188/1985
STM 12-11-1989/6
Equal Education Opportunity Grant
188/1985
ATM 4-21-1992/78
Equal Education Opportunity Grant
211/1936
ATM 3-22-1948/22
Board of Survey
223/1957
STM 7-10-1961/21
Conservation Commission
235/1994
STM 11-3-1997/5
Credited service for fire fighters and police officers
273/1955, Sec. 15
STM 12-21-1955/2
Building connection to sewer system and disposal
273 and 410/1955
STM 12-21-1955/1
Inclusion in South Metropolitan Sewerage District
291/1990
ATM 4-16-1991/63
911 service
322/1961
STM 7-10-1961/20
Towing for snow removal
324/1983
STM 4-9-1984/2
Police officers and fire fighters laid off in 1981 and 1982
386/1953
ATM 3-15-1954/41
Repairs on private ways
401/1966
ATM 4-10-1967/64
Coverage of officials under workmen's compensation
513/1959
ATM 4-4-1960/61
Increasing pensions
550/1987
ATM 4-18-1989/80
Disposition of unclaimed monies
593/1951
ATM 3-18-1952/22
Pension for Superintendent of Schools
597/1982
STM 6-14-1983/3
License plates for former prisoners of war
624/1952
ATM 3-16-1953/5
Increase in pensions
647/1960
ATM 4-11-1961/76
Increasing pensions
727/1985
ATM 5-19-1987/105
Tax abatement for veterans
737 and 143
STM 12-11-1961/3
Fees for gas fittings