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Preview of Town Meeting, Election Results, and More

Annual Town Meeting Coming on Monday!

First things first: Remember, our Annual Town Meeting will take place on Monday, May 13, at 7 p.m. at the Hawley Town Office. Come see your fellow Hawleyites and help us plan the year ahead. If you want a preview and haven’t yet picked up your Town Report, you may find the warrant here; the extra articles from the school committee are here. Moderator Scott Purinton generally gets us through the warrant with speed but care so the meeting shouldn’t take too long.

Election Results

Thanks to all who helped with the election on May 6! A total of 61 people voted. Town Clerk Donna Lemoine reports the following results.

Robert MacLean was re-elected Selectman for three years with 59 votes. Ashley Harrison received two write-in votes.

Jeff Carantit was re-elected Assessor for three years with 58 votes.

Scott Purinton was re-elected Moderator for one year with 32 write-in votes. Lark Thwing received one write-in vote.

Ashley Harrison was re-elected Auditor for one year with 26 write-in votes.

Peggy Travers was re-elected to the Hawlemont School Committee for three years with 61 votes.

Kylie Turner was elected to the Hawlemont School Committee for one year with 28 write-in votes. Tedd White received one write-in vote.

Reminder of More Upcoming Events (We’re having a busy week!)

Saturday, May 11, from 9 a.m. to 12 noon. Bulky Waste Day.

Wednesday, May 15, from 10:30 a.m. to noon: Free Concert in Charlemont

Friday, May 17, from 4:30 to 7 p.m.: Hawlemont School Celebration

Join students, teachers, and parents for  an art show, a plant sale, and a taco bar … among other treats. Come see what our youngsters have been up to!

Preview of Coming Attractions

And … looking ahead … stay tuned for news about a special Public Hearing about the Future of the Dugway on Wednesday, May 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. Food will be provided, and we look forward to a spirited discussion about this picturesque but slightly scary feature of our town.

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