2020 Annual Town Meeting Results

The 2020 Annual Town Meeting was held September 12th.  Elizabeth T. Quirk served as Moderator 
Vote Article # Article Name
Passed by well more than a majority Article 1 Hear Reports
Withdrawn Article 2 Withdrawn
Passed by well more than a majority Article 3 FY21 Budget
Passed by well more than a majority Article 4 FY21 Capital Budget
Passed by well more than a majority Article 5 FY21 Transfer Station Enterprise Fund Budget
Passed by well more than a majority Article 6 FY21 Pool Enterprise Fund Budget
Passed by well more than a majority Article 7 FY21 Recreation Field Maintenance Enterprise Fund Budget
Withdrawn Article 8 Withdrawn
Withdrawn Article 9 Withdrawn
Passed by well more than a majority Article 10 Chapter 90 Highway Funding 
Passed by well more than a majority Article 11 Stabilization Fund
Passed by well more than a majority Article 12 Goodnow Library Services Revolving Fund
Passed by well more than a majority Article 13 FY21 Revolving Funds Spending Limits
Passed by well more than a majority Article 14 Capital Stabilization Fund
Passed by well more than a majority Article 15 Fund Litigation Costs- Eversource
Passed by well more than a majority Article 16 Post-Employment Health Insurance Trust Fund
Passed by more than 2/3 Article 17 CSX Corridor
Passed by more than 2/3 Article 18 Fairbank Community Center Design and Construction Funds
Withdrawn Article 19 Withdrawn
Withdrawn Article 20 Withdrawn
Passed by well more than a majority Article 21 Purchase Fire Dept. Ambulance
Passed by well more than a majority Article 22 Dutton Road Bridge Project
Withdrawn Article 23 Withdrawn
Withdrawn Article 24 Withdrawn
Passed by well more than a majority Article 25 Roadway Drainage Improvements
Passed by well more than a majority Article 26 Old Sudbury Road Culvert Design
Withdrawn Article 27 Withdrawn
Passed by well more than a majority Article 28 Dump truck with plow
Passed by well more than a majority Article 29 One-ton Dump Truck with Plow
Passed by well more than a majority Article 30 6-Wheel Combo Body Dump Truck with Plow
Failed Article 31 Sudbury Public Schools Surveillance Cameras
Passed by well more than a majority Article 32 Sudbury Public Schools Playground Improvements
Passed by well more than a majority Article 33 Sudbury Public Schools Non-resident Tuition Fund
Passed by well more than a majority Article 34 Petition for an Additional Alcohol Pouring License for Meadow Walk
Passed by well more than a majority Article 35 Acceptance of Provision of the Massachusetts Veterans’ Brave Act
Passed by well more than a majority Article 36 Addition of Associate Members to the Historic Districts Commission
Passed by well more than two-thirds Article 37 Amend Zoning Bylaw, Art IX: Remove section 4800 and Insert Section 4800 Solar energy Systems
Passed by well more than two-thirds Article 38 Amend Zoning Bylaw, Art IX:  Insert Section 5600 Inclusion of Affordable Housing
Passed by well more than two-thirds Article 39 Exchange of Real Property-Brimstone Lane Parcels
Passed by well more than two-thirds Article 40 Transfer Care & Custody of Town Owned Water Row Parcel (H11-401) to Conservation Commission
Passed by well more than two-thirds Article 41 Transfer Care & Custody of Town Owned Water Row Parcel (H11-305) to Conservation Commission
Passed by well more than a majority Article 42 Community Preservation Fund- Historic Resource Inventory Survey
Passed by well more than a majority Article 43 Community Preservation Fund- Removal of Invasive Species from King Philip Woods
Passed by well more than a majority Article 44 Community Preservation Fund-Design of Wayside Inn Road Bridge over Hop Brook
Passed by well more than a majority Article 45 Community Preservation Fund-Remediation of Water Chestnuts from Hop Brook Pond Systems
Passed by well more than a majority Article 46 Community Preservation Fund-Sudbury Housing Authority Acquisition, Creation, Preservation, Support of Affordable Rental Housing
Passed by well more than a majority Article 47 Community Preservation Fund-Regional Housing Services Office (RHSO) Membership Fee
Passed by well more than a majority Article 48 Community Preservation Fund-Library Historic Room Conversion
Passed by well more than a majority Article 49 Community Preservation Fund-Reversion of Funds
Passed by well more than a majority Article 50 Community Preservation Fund-General Budget and Appropriations
Indefinitely Postponed Article 51 Acquire 1/4 Mile of CSX Corridor-From Station Rd. to Rt. 20 (Petition)
Passed by well more than a majority Article 52 Expedite Completion of Design of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail (Petition)
Passed by well more than a majority Article 53 Bicycle Safety Road Signs (Petition)
Failed Article 54 Cost/Benefit Study on burying Overhead Utility Lines (Petition)
Passed by well more than a majority Article 55 Polystyrene Reduction Bylaw (Petition)
Passed by well more than a majority Article 56 Authorize Board of Selectmen to Petition the General Court to adopt Legislation-An act to Establish a Fee or Checkout Bag Charge (Petition)
Passed by well more than a majority Article 57 Disposable Plastic Pollution Reduction Bylaw (Petition)
The 2020 Annual Town Meeting was dissolved on September 12th at 4:27 PM             Voter Attendance 490 

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