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The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.

Public Forum on Tolles-Parsons Center

The LWV Wellesley will host a public forum on the proposed Tolles-Parson Center on Wednesday, May 4, 7-9pm in the Great Hall of Wellesley Town Hall. This forum will include a presentation by Matt King, chairman of Wellesley's Permanent Building Committee, on the specifics of the project. On Tuesday, May 10, Wellesley voters will be asked to decide whether to approve the funding for the Tolles-Parson Center, which will house programs for residents 60+, and is to be built at 494-496 Washington Street. Representatives from the ballot question committees on both sides of the issue have been invited to present their positions. The event is free and open to the public.

Annual Town Meeting 2016

Wellesley's Annual Town Meeting began Monday, March 28; all items have been closed and the meeting dissolved on Tuesday, April 12. The Advisory Committee Report for ATM 2016 is online Additional information about Annual Town Meeting can be found on the Town of Wellesley website

Scorecard

A record of actions taken at Town Meeting can be found here

LWVW News

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