Noise Bylaw Committee: Apply by Tuesday; Charge revised; BOS discusses need for balance

The Board of Selectmen is following through on a promise to appoint members of an Ad-hoc Committee to recommend a Noise Bylaw for Southborough. The plan is to name members at their first meeting this month “come hell or high water”. Read the full article → from Noise Bylaw Committee: Apply by Tuesday; Charge revised; BOS discusses need for balance

Article 31: Noise Bylaw Overview, Debate and Citizen Petitioners’ Info sessions (Updated)

Some residents were disappointed that selectmen dropped the placeholder for  a noise bylaw Article for this year’s Annual Town Meeting. Rather than waiting for the Town to take the reins for a future year, they pushed on with their own efforts.

The Article would limit sound levels any time of day for some activities, other by hours, and some by both. Read the full article → from Article 31: Noise Bylaw Overview, Debate and Citizen Petitioners’ Info sessions (Updated)

What did/didn’t make Town Meeting Warrant: Meals Tax, lowering speed limits, acquiring downtown parcel, noise bylaw, plastic straw ban and more

On Tuesday night, the Board of Selectmen discussed what placeholders they were (and weren’t) willing to put on the Town Meeting Warrant. Read the full article → from What did/didn’t make Town Meeting Warrant: Meals Tax, lowering speed limits, acquiring downtown parcel, noise bylaw, plastic straw ban and more

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