TOWN OF DUXBURY BY-LAWS
Updated through June 30, 2016
The purpose of these by-laws is to establish rules conducive to the welfare of the town of Duxbury and the convenience of its residents, and to provide for the orderly direction and management of its affairs. These by-laws do not represent the only laws or regulations governing the conduct of town affairs; other sources of authority include state statutes, which are generally compiled in the General Laws of the Commonwealth; Special Acts of the Legislature adopted specifically for the Town of Duxbury; the Protective (Zoning) By-Law, a copy of which is maintained with these by-laws; the By-Laws Governing the Classification of Personnel and the Administration of Standard Rates and Salaries and Wages (the Personnel By-Law) and rules and regulations issued by various town departments and approved by the Selectmen where required. An attempt has been made to cross-reference these by-laws to state statutory where applicable, but such cross-references are not complete in all cases and are subject to future amendments by the state legislature.
The purpose of these by-laws is to establish rules conducive to the welfare of the Town of Duxbury and the convenience of its residents, and to provide for the orderly direction and management of its affairs.
Acts of 1987
Disclosure notification to buyers or occupants that Duxbury parcels of property lie within a community where farming activities occur and are encouraged.
These rules and regulations regulate the use of public sewers and drains and shared systems, the installation and connection of building sewers, and the discharge of waters and wastes into the public sewer system or shared systems; and provides penalties for violations thereof; in the Town of Duxbury, county of Plymouth, State of Massachusetts.
Draft and Town Meeting Approved Personnel Bylaws