Category Archive for 'Capital Debt Exclusion'

Cutler boiler project passes ballot vote in both towns Voter turnout was low, but we got the job done. That means we will receive $652,206 from the state towards replacing the Cutler heating system, a real windfall during a tough economic year.Here are the stats: Hamilton – total votes – 554 YES – 464 NO […]

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The measure to fund a new HVAC system for the Cutler School passed overwhelmingly at Hamilton Town Meeting this past Saturday. A heartfelt thank you to everyone who jumped through hoops and rearranged family schedules to make it to all or part of the marathon meeting. Many parents would not have been able to attend […]

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This fall, both Hamilton and Wenham are holding Special Town Meetings to address a variety of town business, including items that impact our schools. Please plan to attend — mark your calendars and make childcare arrangements now! Hamilton Special Town Meeting Saturday, October 17, 9:00 a.m. Winthrop School Cafeteria Among the items on the warrant: […]

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Jennifer Scuteri Won the Hamilton Selectman’s Race Jen received 805 votes. Paul Ricker tallied in at 791 votes, and Tony Celata received 231 votes. The Capital Debt Exclusion Failed at Hamilton Town Meeting The CDE passed at Wenham Town Meeting but failed by only 20 votes at Hamilton Town Meeting. (62% of Hamilton voters at […]

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Capital Debt Exclusion fails by 20 votes in Hamilton The Capital Debt Exclusion garnered a healthy majority of the votes, but not quite the 2/3 needed to get it onto the ballot. A sincere thank you to all the Hamilton voters who braved the overheated room, and heated dialogue, last night in the High School […]

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Town Meeting Monday May 4 and Tuesday May 57:30 p.m. High School Auditorium News from Wenham: The Capital Debt Exclusion to fund school repairs passed yesterday at Town Meeting. John Clemenzi won re-election to his selectman seat with 53% of the vote. Bill Clifford received 30%, and Don Costin received 17%. Now we need a […]

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We need 2 Yes votes for every No vote Please remember to vote tomorrow morning, Saturday May 2, from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at the Buker School. On the ballot are three candidates for selectman: Bill Clifford – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x1092980623/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-William-Clifford John Clemenzi – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x718267051/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-John-Clemenzi Don Costin – http://www.wickedlocal.com/wenham/archive/x126909211/Wenham-Board-of-Selectmen-candidate-Donald-E-Costin Then plan to return to Buker starting […]

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