Bedford Town Government at Work for the Week of March 5, 2018

By Meredith McCulloch

The warrant for Annual Town Meeting has been finalized, and you can read about it in The Bedford Citizen’s article. Printed copies will also be mailed to resident’s homes. The warrant is the agenda for the Annual Town Meeting where many important decisions are made. All registered voters are invited to attend and make their wishes known on town issues and appropriations. Town Meeting begins on Monday, March 26 at 7:30 in the high school auditorium.

Town Government at Work for the Week of January 8, 2018

By Meredith McCulloch

Work by boards and committee is back in full swing this week with many meetings on the calendar.
Tuesday’s Town Caucus Leads a List of Board & Committee Meetings This Week: Of primary importance is the Town Caucus on Tuesday, January 9. At the Caucus voters nominate candidates for Town offices to be elected on March 10, 2018. All voters are urged to attend the caucus in the multi-purpose room at Town Hall at 7:00 pm. Residents who wish to be nominated, but cannot attend the Caucus, may obtain papers from the Town Clerk until January 19 and then collect signatures of nomination. A list of positions to be filled is on the Town website at

Other meetings this week are:

White Cedar Swamp (Davis Road) Boardwalk Information Session Scheduled for Tuesday, November 28

By Soraya Stevens
Chair, Bedford Transportation Advisory Committee

The White Cedar Swamp Boardwalk is a candidate project to construct an accessible and safe bicycle and pedestrian boardwalk along a dangerous stretch of the Davis Road. The Bedford Department of Public Works (DPW) has developed a design and received the required permitting to construct the boardwalk; however, the timeline for funding (FY23) needs to be moved forward to FY19 so the work can take place before permits expire. This project needs resident support to ensure that it moves forward.

The Transportation Advisory Committee and DPW will hold an information session on November 28th at 7:30pm in the Town Hall Multipurpose Room to present the design and be available to answer any questions you have on the project.

If you feel that this is a project you’d benefit from, please email and share your thoughts with us before November 30th so we can include your input to our report to the Capital Expenditures Committee, who will be voting on the project funding timeline at their upcoming December meeting.

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