Town Hall has been closed every Friday for the past two-plus years, not without controversy.
The money-saving move has had its detractors and its supporters, but it has led to some inconveniences for Plymouth residents.
This Friday, Feb. 1, is the deadline for Plymouth property owners to pay their first quarter tax bills.
State law requires the town to maintain the Feb. 1 due date, and the town is encouraging property owners to make payments early to avoid late charges and penalties.
Friday is also the deadline to file a tax abatement with the Assessors' Office, but since Town Hall is closed, you must file by Thursday.
The deadline to file a tax abatement with the Plymouth Assessors' Office is Feb. 1. The assessors office says applications must be filed either via U.S. Postal Service or hand delivered to the office.
The form itself can be found online here or at the assessors office at Town Hall.
Petitions are heard by the Board of Assessors, which meets monthly in the assessors office.