Board of Selectmen

The Board of Selectmen consists of five members - each elected for a three-year term.  They serve without compensation.  The Selectmen act as the primary policy-making body of the Town.  They provide oversight for matters in litigation, act as the licensing authority for a wide variety of licenses, conduct site plan reviews, and enact rules and regulations for such matters as traffic control.  Further, the Board  serves, along with the Town Treasurer, as Trustees of Town Trusts.  Staff in the Selectmen’s Office accept articles for Town Meeting, prepare Town Meeting Warrants and produce the Town’s Annual Report.  Staff also serve as liaison between the public and the Board, handle all telephone calls, visitors and correspondence directed to the Office and maintain all records of Board of Selectmen’s meeting. They also maintain the database of all Boards and Committees appointments and resignations. 

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Help Plan Sudbury's 375th Anniversary

With the approval of the Board of Selectmen, a Mission Statement was created to form the Sudbury Celebrates 375/Sudbury Day Committee. We are officially kicking off a campaign to recruit resident volunteers for the Committee to gather ideas, plan events and, most importantly, celebrate Sudbury’s history.  This will be a major undertaking and many hands will be needed to make it all happen.  Officially, Sudbury commemorates its 375th year of incorporation on September 4, 2014. 

In 1989, when Sudbury turned 350, it was a tremendously successful event and we have the evidence to prove it – pictures, reports, and perhaps even some films.  If this sounds exciting, interesting and important to you as a resident, we hope to hear from you.  Let’s give Sudbury a 375th party to remember!   Please complete an Application for Appointment form and forward it to Selectmen@sudbury.ma.us .  We’ll take it from there.

Monday, September 17, 2012

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