Town Meeting: Sudbury Votes on Pot Businesses, Plastic Bags, Bottled Water, Budgets, More
Town Meeting: Sudbury Votes on Pot Businesses, Plastic Bags, Bottled Water, Budgets, More.
SUDBURY, MA — Sudbury’s voters will make decisions on funding for the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, whether or not to establish a moratorium on marijuana business in town, sidewalk improvements, purchases for the fire department, as well as approve budgets for the town and the school, at Town Meeting and Special Town Meeting this week.
The town will also decide whether to implement bylaws that affect the use of plastic bags and the regulation and sale of bottled water.
And that’s just a smattering.
View the full warrant, which includes 36 articles, with arguments for and against each, and a full financial budget proposals for the town, schools and other municipal departments.
Town Meeting takes place on Monday, May 1, at 7:30 p.m. at Lincoln- Sudbury Regional High School.
The Special Town Election is also taking place on Tuesday, May 9, at 7:30 p.m. at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School.
View the full warrant, and special town election information, here.
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