By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Town Clerk’s Office reminding residents that with the Town Hall closed to the public you can take care of most town business, using the Town Clerk’s on line services. Town Clerk Amy Neves
says among the services that can be done on-line vital records requests dog licenses and resident cards for school and keep in mind, with the town cancelling Kindergarten Registration, it will be rescheduled at a later time. Marriage intentions will not be able to be taken until the Town Hall re-opens intentions and marriage licenses already filed will be mailed. Neves says the April 7th Annual Town Election in Milford is still currently on schedule as the town monitors the public health situation with Corona Virus. There’s no expectation it will be cancelled or rescheduled, which would require a change in the law or a court order or both. Milford voters who are quarantined in any way qualify for an absentee ballot and you’re encouraged to apply for one as soon as possible. To find out more, go to the Milford town website and then to the Town Clerk’s Office.