Town Meeting Citizen Petition would ask selectmen to create a Recreation Resources Committee

Residents Jack and Louise Barron are spearheading a new Citizen’s Petition for the next ATM. Following up on recent requests by the Recreation Commission, the couple is asking the Town to research resources for recreational use. Read the full article → from Town Meeting Citizen Petition would ask selectmen to create a Recreation Resources Committee

Kallander Field: “Citizen” Article point of contention, Youth Soccer working with Fay but challenged by declining numbers, Answers to problems up the hill

This week, two selectmen let their displeasure be known about the Article to fund Kallander Field repairs. The focus was the mechanism for bringing $248,300 request to voters. Bypassing approval from the Board of Selectmen, the Recreation Commission Co-chair organized a Citizen’s Petition Article. Read the full article → from Kallander Field: “Citizen” Article point of contention, Youth Soccer working with Fay but challenged by declining numbers, Answers to problems up the hill

Town Meeting: Recreation’s 3 wins and 2 losses send them back to drawing board

Last night, the Recreation Commission scored three big wins, but were disappointed by two big losses. Vice Chair Kristin Lavault acknowledged that the Commission would have to return to the drawing board to reevaluate their plans for Recreation fields. Read the full article → from Town Meeting: Recreation’s 3 wins and 2 losses send them back to drawing board

Town Meeting 2018: Updated overview of Warrant, context, and links (plus the Annual Report)

On Monday, voters will have a lot of decisions to make about how to spend taxpayer money and run our government. Here’s a wrap up of what’s up for vote with context and links. Read the full article → from Town Meeting 2018: Updated overview of Warrant, context, and links (plus the Annual Report)

Recreation seeking support for $1M in field replacement and repairs this spring; another $3M in following years

The Recreation Commission is pursuing plans to rehab athletic fields and facilities. The commission is looking to fund over $4 million worth of field projects in the next few years. And they revealed an even bigger ask down the road.

But members and supporters are adamant that work is desperately needed. They pointed to fields in poor conditions that only get band aid fixes and limited access impeding youth sports. Read the full article → from Recreation seeking support for $1M in field replacement and repairs this spring; another $3M in following years

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