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.
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!
Resolved to get involved? Check out One Love One Belmont this Saturday!
There’s a growing body of research that shows that human connection – to family, friends and our communities – is the key to a happy (or at least happier) life. The latest example of this comes in the form of…
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!
Survey: What do you want from Belmont’s next superintendent?
The Belmont Superintendent Screening Committee published an online survey to help identify screening criteria for our next school superintendent. Make your voice heard!
Take The Survey: What Do You Want From A Local Paper?
A group of volunteers is thinking of starting a non-profit paper for Town. But first they need feedback on what readers want in a local paper. Take the survey and let them know!
Opinion: Belmont Hill School lot turns back progress on environment
The Hill School’s motto urges its student to have “foresight.” Yet the school’s proposal lacks any foresight into the environmental future of its own students and our Town.
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.