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Another source is your mortgage company. Part of the closing requirements usually include the requirement to produce a plot plan. This may be found in your closing papers or with your mortgage company. There is no legal requirement to record or file plot plans. Please note some plot plans for mortgage surveys are "TAPED" surveys and may not be accurate enough for determining lot lines.
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TOWN WIDE OFFICES
Selectman (elect two) for three yearsTrustee of the Public Library (elect two) for three yearsPlanning Board (elect three) for three yearsPlanning Board (elect one) for one yearSchool Committee (elect three) for three years
TOWN MEETING MEMBERS
Elect nine in each Precinct for three years
Elect one in Precinct 4 for two yearsElect one in Precinct 5 for one yearElect two in Precinct 8 for one yearElect one in Precinct 9 for one yearElect two in Precinct 9 for two years
Town wide offices are required to collect 50 signatures from registered voters of the Town of Falmouth.
Town Meeting Members are required to collect 10 signatures from registered voters in the Precinct they are registered to vote.
Town Meeting Members who are candidates for re-election do not need to take out nomination papers, but must return Notice mailed to them by the Town Clerk. The order in which names of candidates, including incumbents, appear on the ballot will be determined by a public drawing on April 14th at 10 a.m. in the Town Clerk’s Office.