2019 Annual Town Meeting Results

Published May 8, 2019 | Town Clerk | Automatically Archived on 5/22/2019

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The 2019 Annual Town Meeting was held May 6th and 7th.   Elizabeth T. Quirk served as Moderator
Date: 5/6/2019   Town Meeting Called to Order at 7:35 PM
Vote Article # Article Name
Passed Unanimously Article 1    Hear Reports
Passed to Indefinitely Postpone Article 2    FY19 Budget Adjustments
Passed by Majority Article 3    FY20 Budget
Passed by Majority Article 4  FY20 Capital Budget
Passed by Well More Than Majority Article 5    FY20 Transfer Station Enterprise Fund Budget
Passed by Well More Than Majority Article 6  FY20 Pool Enterprise Fund Budget
Passed Unanimously Article 7  FY20 Recreation Field Maintenance Enterprise Fund Budget
Passed by Well More Than Majority Article 8  Snow & Ice Transfer FY19
Passed to Indefinitely Postpone Article 9  Unpaid Bills
Passed Unanimously Article 10  Chapter 90 Highway Funding
Withdrawn Article 11  WITHDRAWN
Passed Unanimously Article 12  Stabilization Fund
Passed by 2/3 Vote Article 13  Repurpose of Rolling Stock Stabilization Account
Passed Unanimously Article 14    Surplus Vehicle Revolving Fund
Passed Unanimously Article 15 Board of Health Revolving Fund – Scope Expansion
Passed Unanimously Article 16    ZBA Revolving Fund – Scope Expansion
Passed Unanimously Article 17  FY20 Revolving Funds Spending Limits
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 18    Fund Litigation Costs- Eversource
Date: 5/6/2019   Town Meeting Adjourned at 10:35 PM
Date: 5/7/2019   Town Meeting Reconvened at 7:30 PM
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 19    DPW One-Ton Dump Truck
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 20  Concord Road Culvert Design
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 21    Purchase of Fire Engine
Withdrawn Article 22    Withdrawn
Passed by 2/3 Vote Article 23  Funding of Comprehensive Wastewater Management Plan/ Environmental Impact Report
Withdrawn Article 24    Withdrawn
Passed by 2/3 Vote Article 25    Camp Sewataro Acquisition
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 26    Amend Article XXV Capital Planning
Passed by 2/3 Vote Article 27    Raymond Road Conveyance to Water District
Passed by 2/3 Vote Article 28    Amend Zoning : Melone Smart Growth Overlay District
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 29  Community Preservation Fund – SPS Playground Modernization
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 30    Community Preservation Fund – Featherland Park Multisport Court Reconstruction, Phase 2
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 31    Community Preservation Fund – Regional Housing Service Office (RHSO)
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 32    Community Preservation Fund – The Coolidge at Sudbury Phase 2
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 33 Community Preservation Fund – Sudbury Newspaper Digitization
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 34  Community Preservation Fund – Smoke and Fire Detection for Loring Parsonage
Passed by More Than A Majority Article 35 Community Preservation Fund – General Budget and Appropriations
Date: 5/7/2019   Town Meeting Dissolved at 11:35 PM

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