Will You Still Be Attending Town Meeting?

After Wednesday night's signing of the warrant at the Stony Brook School, we want to ask you if you're still planning on heading to Town Meeting.


March 23 is rapidly approaching and that means the 2013 Annual Town Meeting at the Abbot School, an event that will see see a few hundred people more than likely.

Still, that number likely would have been much higher if not for the news on Wednesday that Article 30, which would have amended town bylaws to add restrictions on firearms, and two citizen's petitions relating to Article 30, will not be on the warrant.

So today we want to ask you if you still be heading to Town Meeting.

If you are, what articles will you being paying attention to? Is there another reason other than a specific item why you want to go?

If you're not, why not? Is it the lack of Article 30? Is it the length of the meeting? Are you busy that Saturday?

Give us your take in the comments.

Playa February 25, 2013 at 12:32 AM
Private Sector vs Public Sector Teachers, its like East Coast vs West Coast in the rap game. Jesse is S Knight. J Ross is ill Kim. Keele is Puffy Daddy, cast Olsen as Snoop Diggy Dog , Jimmy A is the Natorious Big! Represent!
Frugal Fannie February 25, 2013 at 12:33 AM
Just like the last time town employee paychecks were on the table.
Frugal Fannie February 25, 2013 at 12:34 AM
WPS teachers get a double step next year is my understanding
Frugal Fannie February 25, 2013 at 12:37 AM
I am also seriously tired of hearing town officials and elected people talk about creating new revenue or increasing revenue. This is not a business where you ca expand your product line or service offerings to increase revenue. You people are talking about INCREASING TAXES so just say it and at least be honest about it.
Martin Luther February 25, 2013 at 01:54 AM
Not Exactly. Revenue covers taxes and Fees and water rates and speeding tickets from illegal speed traps. The word revenue is like sugar, it makes the medicine go down,


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