Voters are being asked to weigh in on two ballot questions in this year’s local election: on rebuilding the Viglirolo skating rink and switching from an elected- to an appointed Town Treasurer. Here’s how I’m planning to vote on Questions 1 and 2.
Category: local elections
Vote Local! My picks for this year’s Town Election
Belmont voters go to the polls April 4th to elect their town government. Here are my picks for Town Meeting and town-wide offices!
Town Election 2023: Meet the Candidates!
It’s local election time in Belmont, and Blogging Belmont is back with its guide to the candidates. Check it out before you vote on April 4!
Does Belmont need a new rink? See for yourself!
Belmont voters are being asked to fund a new skating rink. Is a new building needed? See for yourself with rink tours this weekend and next!
Yes on the Library. No on the Rink. Tuesday’s Vote Explained
Voters were asked to approve two building projects. Only one passed. Why? Look to a nasty “No” campaign and November’s “majoritarian” Belmont.
It’s In the Books: Library Passes with 57% of Vote, Rink falls short
Belmont voters gave a strong endorsement to construction of a new library, voting YES on Question 5 by a more than 1,800 vote margin.
Belmont: 4 reasons to vote “YES” on Question 5
There are lots of reasons you should vote YES on Question 5 to fund construction of a new Belmont library. Here are four worth considering before you vote.
Sunlight, space and knowledge: a look inside Belmont’s new library
The new Library Belmont voters are being asked to approve has a lot to offer the Town. We put together a slide show to show you what the new Library will look like inside!
Belmont needs a new Library. Here’s how you can help!
With a vote to fund the construction of a new public library building on the ballot on November 8, supporters need to step up, step out and get involved to make our new public library a reality. Here are some things that Blogging Belmont readers can do to help.
This We Agree On: Vote Epstein To Prevent Crippling Cuts To Belmont’s Schools
Closing an elementary school? Laying off 120 teachers? Those are the choices we’d face if a Select Board candidate makes good on his promise to cut $10 million from the Schools’ budget. Don’t let that happen.