Annual Town Meeting Results

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2018 Annual Town Meeting Results

 

The 2018 Annual Town Meeting was held May 7 and 8. Elizabeth T. Quirk served as Moderator
Vote Article # Article Name
Unanimously Voted Article 1    Hear Reports
Unanimously Voted Article 2    FY18 Budget Adjustments
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 3    FY19 Budget
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 4  FY19 Capital Budget
Unanimously Voted Article 5    FY19 Transfer Station Enterprise Fund Budget
Unanimously Voted Article 6  FY19 Pool Enterprise Fund Budget
Unanimously Voted Article 7  FY19 Recreation Field Maintenance Enterprise Fund Budget
Unanimously Voted Article 8  Snow & Ice Transfer FY18
Indefinitely Postponed Article 9  Unpaid Bills
Unanimously Voted Article 10  Chapter 90 Highway Funding
Unanimously Voted Article 11  Revolving Fund Limits
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 12  Fund Litigation Costs – Eversource
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 13  Fund Litigation Costs – Sudbury Station Project
WITHDRAWN Article 14    WITHDRAWN
Unanimously Voted Article 15 Means Tested Senior Tax Exemption Extension
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 16    Amend Bylaws, Article XXV Capital Planning
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 17  Amend Bylaws, Article I Town Meetings, Section 3
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 18    Repeal Bylaw, Article V(C) Smoking Prohibition
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 19    Amend Bylaws, Article V, Section 3 Regulation of Dogs, s.3 -5 Hearing Officer
Passed by More Than Two-Thirds Article 20    Amend Zoning Bylaw, Section 7000 & Section 2230 (Appendix A), Marijuana
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 21  DPW Rolling Stock Replacement
Passed by More Than Two-Thirds Article 22    DPW Equipment
Passed by More Than Two-Thirds Article 23    DPW Underground Fuel Storage and Management System Replacement
Passed by More Than Two-Thirds Article 24    Stearns Mill Pond Dam Design, Permit & Engineering Fees and Dutton Road Replacement
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 25    Sudbury Public Schools Playground Improvements
Indefinitely Postponed Article 26    Noyes Fire Alarm System Replacement
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 27    Replacement of Telephone System – Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 28    Cutting Field Refurbishing and Resurfacing
WITHDRAWN Article 29  WITHDRAWN
Indefinitely Postponed Article 30    Fairbank Community Center Design Funds
Indefinitely Postponed Article 31    Acquisition of Broadacres Farm
Indefinitely Postponed Article 32    Melone Property Disposition
WITHDRAWN Article 33 WITHDRAWN
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 34  Community Preservation Fund – SPS Playground Modernization
Unanimously Voted Article 35 Community Preservation Fund – Grist Mill Pond, Carding Mill Pond and Stearns Mill Pond – Invasive Weed Removal
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 36    Community Preservation Fund – Wayside Inn Removal of Invasive Plant Species
Indefinitely Postponed Article 37    Community Preservation Fund – Acquisition of Broadacres Farm
Unanimously Voted Article 38    Community Preservation Fund – Regional Housing Services Office (RHSO) Allocation
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 39    Community Preservation – Sudbury Housing Trust Allocation
Indefinitely Postponed Article 40    Community Preservation – CXS Alternative Funding Reversion of Funds for FY19
Unanimously Voted Article 41 Community Preservation – Reversion of Funds for FY19
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 42 Community Preservation – FY19 General Budget and Appropriations
Indefinitely Postponed Article 43 Release of Deed Restriction
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 44    Sudbury Welcoming Town Resolution
Passed by More Than a Majority Article 45  Resolution supporting state & Federal Legislation to Provide Greater Transparency in Political Donations and Limit the Influence of Money in Politics

 

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