From the Moderator, Scott McDermott, by the courtesy of Colleen Sullivan –
A Message From Medfield Town Moderator
Medfield Town Moderator, Scott McDermott, “Please Join Us for the Annual Town Meeting on Monday, May 1, 2023 at 7pm.”
Colleen M. Sullivan,Patch Mayor
Posted Thu, Apr 13, 2023 at 7:59 pm ETReply
Medfield Annual Town Meeting, May 1, 2023 at 7pm…
To my Medfield friends and neighbors:
Spring is here. Delightfully unfolding all around us in Medfield. We have a wonderful place to call home as April turns towards May. And in the spring, I have the pleasure and privilege of inviting you to attend our Annual Town Meeting on Monday evening, May 1, 2023 at 7:00pm. We come together as a legislative body. We conduct the business of the town as citizen legislators. And we do it as friends and neighbors.
Please join us. We discuss, debate, deliberate, and decide. We focus on the important matters described in the town’s 2023 Warrant Report. We have 32 Articles to consider this spring, including budgets and local laws and regulations.
Please join us. The home of the town meeting is the Amos Clark Kingsbury High School gymnasium. Respecting schedules and time demands, we legislate in one-evening (usually). By charter, we gather on the first Monday of May. We come together live and in-person. We speak directly with one another. Every Medfield voter is invited, and every attendee participates as a legislator with a voice and a vote.
Please join us. We continue a heritage of direct, open, democratic, participatory self-government. We hear from our Warrant Committee. Our executive branch of government faces the community. Our collective judgement sets the budget and town objectives for fiscal year 2024. Our collective determinations set the course for Medfield’s future.
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It would be great to see you at the high school on May 1. Be well.
Scott F. McDermott
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