2015 Annual Town Meeting Results

Results
  • Article 2 - Amend FY15 operating budget - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 3 - FY 2016 Operating Budget - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 4 - Appropriate for Weston Media Center Inc. - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Consent Agenda *
    • Articles 5 - 17 - Passed by 2/3rds Majority Vote
      • 5 - Stabilization Fund
      • 6 - OPEB Trust Fund
      • 7 - Dept Revolving Funds
      • 8 - Ch. 90 Road Imprv. Funds
      • 9 - Property Tax Deferral Inc Limit
      • 10 - Incr. Prop. Tax Exemption Limit
      • 11 - Ch. 200A Abandoned Funds
      • 12 - FY16 Water Enterprise Budget
      • 13 - Paine's Hill Water Tank
      • 14 - Water Main Rehab.
      • 15 - FY16 Recreation Enterprise Budget
      • 16 - FY16 Brook School Apt. Enterprise Budget
      • 17 - DPW Drainage Imprv.
  • Article 18 - Case Campus Master Plan, Package 4A (Motion 1) and Package 4B (Motion 2)
    • Amended Motion 1 to appropriate $275,000 to pave the Parcel 8 parking lot only (southwest side of campus across from Field School and Community Center) - Amended Motion 1 Failed
    • Motion 2 to appropriate $50,000 in CPA funds  to design inner and outer pedestrian walkways and landscaping - Motion 2 Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 19 - Citizens' Petition: Sports practice wall at the High School - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 20 - Amend General By-law Article 15: Conservation Land - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 21 - Amend General By-law Article 26: Demolition Delay - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 22 - Clarify/Limit Lot Clearing - Passed by 2/3rds Majority
  • Article 23 - Renewable Energy Overlay District - Passed Unanimously
  • Articles 24 - Approve Tax Agreement for Solar Panels on Landfills - Passed Unanimously
  • Article 25 - Authorize Long Term Lease of 40 Acre Field - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 26 - Authorize transfer of municipal land to Conservation Commission - Passed by 2/3rds Majority
  • Article 27 - Appropriate for FY16 CPC Budget - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 28 - Open Space: Charles River Invasive Species - Passed Unanimously
  • Article 29 - Recreation Use: Community Gardens Rehab and Expansion - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 30 - Recreation Use: Dickson Riding Ring Restoration - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 31 - Historic Resources: 20 Young Road - Passed by Majority Vote
  • Article 32 - Community Housing: RHSO and Housing Staff support - Passed by Majority Vote
* On March 17, 2014, the Board of Selectmen voted to accept the recommendation of the Selectmen’s Town Meeting Advisory Committee to use a consent agenda for routine warrant articles that pass every year without discussion. At Town Meeting a motion will be made to consider the block of articles in a consent agenda. If no objection is made, each item will be described before a vote is taken for the block. If there is objection, the article(s) in question will be removed from the Consent Agenda and voted on separately.