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!
Tag: Board of Selectmen
Election 2022: A Guide to the Candidates
Who is running for what in the Town election April 5? What do they stand for and what will they do if elected? Check out our voter’s guide!
Show up Wednesday AM to support Solar at Middle-High School:
Hey Blogging Belmont readers. Just an update that the Belmont Middle- High School Building Committee will convene on Wednesday morning (tomorrow) February 16 at 8:00 AM. The link to the full agenda is here. The link to the Zoom meeting…
Select Board Should Act On Remote Meetings
COVID special orders will eventually end. Our Select Board should vote now to allow Belmont committee members to deliberate remotely.
Got Library? Important Monday 10/4 Meeting
If you support replacing our aging and decrepit public library with a modern facility, there is a critical meeting Monday evening at 7:00 PM.
As the Budget Wrecking Ball Swings: Protecting Our Students
With per pupil spending in Belmont already about $3,000 per student/per year below the State average per district ($12,700 in Belmont vs. $15,900 avg.), our public schools entered the pandemic stretched to the breaking point. Now we risk plunging into a full-blown fiscal crisis with layoffs of instructional staff, increased class sizes and cuts to supplies.
For Community Path Supporters: Bennett as Selectwoman is the choice
If the Belmont Community Path is your issue, Jessie Bennett is your choice for Selectwoman in the Town Election April 2. A strong advocate for safe roads, Jessie has been a clear, consistent and vocal supporter of the Community Path. …
Selectmen: For Belmont Pedestrians Path Route Decision is Life and Death
The Board of Selectmen will meet to consider and vote on the Community Path route tomorrow, Monday, Feb 25th. Safe routes for cyclists and pedestrians are a matter of life and death for Belmont residents. The Selectmen should consider that in making their decision.
A Poll: How Technology Could Help Town Government Serve Us Better
Hey Blogging Belmont readers and ‘Happy Monday’! I’m writing you in my capacity as the Chairman of Belmont’s IT Advisory Committee and asking you a big favor: five minutes of your time to take this important survey, which assesses how …
Northern Disclosure: How the Community Path Meeting Went Down
The low-down on Mondays Board of Selectmen meeting to discuss the proposed change to the Community Path, after the MBTA raised safety concerns about a proposed route that crosses the tracks at Brighton Street.