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Town Officials and the Emergency Management Team are reviewing the state’s reopening guidelines as they become available for the Four Phase Plan. Updates to town services and programming are below, as well as at Weston.org/Status. Please note that municipalities and demographics vary, so what works for one town may not work for another.
The following considerations are taken with the decision-making:
The process to reopen Weston is going to be a slow and steady approach to allow for the safety of staff and residents. Additionally, new procedures and protocols will be in place to accommodate safety guidelines and this may take some time to become familiar.
Please note, the various phases of the state’s plan will not automatically begin unless:
The following are updates to some of Weston’s Town Services:
The following Recreation fields are open (school fields are not yet open):
The full field policy is available through the latest Recreation Happenings newsletter and includes the following key points:
The following tennis courts will be opened for recreational singles play only starting Wednesday, June 10:
The courts at Brook School Apartments will remain closed through Phase II due to its proximity to a vulnerable population. The full policy is available through the latest Recreation Happenings newsletter and includes the following key points:
Playground at Lamson Park is still closed until appropriate measures can be put in place.
The Weston Recreation is offering summer programs for children and adults. Pickleball, Archery, and more. Be sure to sign up for the email Recreation Happenings for future updates.
Public curbside pick-up of materials has expanded to Tuesday - Thursday 10:00 - Noon and 5:00 - 7:00 p.m; and Friday Noon - 4:00 p.m. See WestonLibrary.org/curbside for additional details on how the service works. Advanced reservations must be made.
Please be patient with this current schedule, as the Minuteman system as a whole is affected. The Library will expand its curbside hours as they are able to and can safely do so.
The Weston AIC is closed to the public but is offering AIC-at-Home
The solid waste and recycling facility has reopened to normal operating hours (Tues., Wed., Fri., & Sat. 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.). Residents need to wear a face covering when on site and are urged to conduct their business as quickly as possible (minimize the socializing, please). The Swap Shed remains closed but all of the donation bins have re-opened, as well as the electronics bin.
Per Weston’s Bylaws, the Annual Town Meeting must be called prior to the election and held the Monday after the election. The Select Board is still weighing its options and discussing the best path forward for the Town and within the parameters of the law and public safety. Currently, the Select Board is considering September 12th for the election and September 14th for Town Meeting. All meetings of the Select Board are open to the public and are currently being held via an online video conferencing platform. Agendas are posted to Weston.org/AgendaCenter at least 48-hours in advance of the meeting.
As Town Officials await guidance from the state regarding how and when the Annual Town Election can safely be held, the Town Clerk is preparing now for absentee and mail-in voting to alleviate in-person voting crowds. Residents are encouraged to prepare now by submitting their absentee or mail-in ballot applications. Continue reading for additional information...
Candidates that will appear on the ballot are listed on the Town Caucus page, the FY21 Operating Budget is approved by Town Meeting (not the election), and candidates who win their elected seat take office at the conclusion of Town Meeting.
Weston’s Select Board voted to extend the deadline to license dogs from April 30th to July 31st. Renewals can be obtained online at Weston.org/DogLicense provided a current rabies certificate is on file. A license application can also be found online.