Volunteers are, and always have been, an integral part of Weston Town Government. It is volunteers, elected or appointed, who make policy, serve on committees, give of their time and talents, and who help make this the special place that Weston is to all of us.
Do you have a special interest in a particular area? Do you have a special talent that you would be willing to share? Would you just like to become involved? We encourage you to contact us and make your interest known.
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Current Volunteer Opportunities in Weston's Town Government
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The Annual Town Caucus will be held on March 4, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Weston Public Library. Weston has traditionally used the caucus process to nominate candidates for elected town office. Read more about how the Town Caucus works, as well as the duties and responsibilities for each elected board at Weston.org/Caucus.
The following are the elected offices in Weston and the seats that are open:
- Board of Selectmen (1)
- School Committee (2)
- Recreation Commission (2)
- Planning Board (1)
- Board of Assessors (1)
- Board of Library Trustees (2)
- Board of Health (1)
- Moderator (1)
- Commissioners of Trust Funds (1)
- Measurers of Lumbers (3)
Additionally, the Town Clerk has received notice from the following elected officials that they will NOT be seeking re-election:
- Douglas Gillespie, Selectman
- Edward Heller, School Committee
- Sanjay Saini, School Committee
- Victoria Whalen, Recreation Commission
- Matthew Schulman, Recreation Commission
- Janell Phillips, Commissioner of Trust Funds
- Memorial Day Committee -
contact Moderator Tom Crane at moderator [at] westonmass.org
- Weston Cultural Council - respond to Selectmen by March 1st