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Town Meeting Precinct B {_getChooseLabel(this.selections.length)}

Voting Location: Sprague School, 401 School StreetWellesley has a representative Town Meeting form of government. There are 240 elected Town Meeting members apportioned among the Town's eight precincts. Town meeting members are elected to a three-year term, with 1/3 standing for election in any given year.

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    JANE M. L. ANDREWS

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    SCOTT K BENDER

  • ALBERT H BERRY IV

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    LINDA H. CHOW

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    KATHERINE S CORT

  • CHRISTINE A CROWLEY

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    MICHAEL D'ORTENZIO JR

  • DENNIS M. DISCHINO

  • THOMAS S. FITZGIBBONS

  • STEVEN M KAMENS

  • MIDDLETON ANSLEY MARTIN JR.

  • RICHARD J MCCARRON

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    ROBERTA L MORGENSTERN

  • ROBERT H MURPHY

Biographical Information

What are the most important goals for Wellesley to achieve over the next five years?

Incumbent
Relevant Experience TMM since 1990; Advisory 2016-19; School Comm 2000-03; LWV; Precinct B resident since 1979; gardener
(1) Affordable Housing Plan to address 40B issues, (2) Complete Elementary School building projects, (3) Budget discipline (optg & capital)
Incumbent
Relevant Experience Lifelong resident, kids in WMS & WHS, Town Sustainable Energy Comm, volunteer SustainableWellesley
Implement responsible use of resources. Support schools with education excellence and fiscal discipline.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Relevant Experience 24yrs in Wellesley; 2 sons WHS grads; Pres. WEF, WMS PTO; Helped on WPS Strategic Plan, Progress Rpt
Develop a facilities plan embraced by the community and supportive of quality education & lifelong learning. Foster a welcoming, inclusive environment
Relevant Experience M.Ed in Education; 15 yrs teaching in Wellesley public schools; Religious ed teacher; Mother of four
Optimizing the quality of our schools, supporting the small neighborhood grade school model, sustainability, and preserving our natural resources.
Incumbent
Relevant Experience Wellesley Town Meeting Member, Wellesley Public Schools STEM Committee, Federal Diversity Committee
Fiscal responsibility for home owners, particularly senior citizens, wishing to keep their properties. Open space. Healthy local business network.
Incumbent
Relevant Experience Chr, School Committee; Mbr, Sust Energy Cmte and Playing Fields Task Force; TMM since '10; WHS '11
Managing our multiple upcoming capital projects—from the elementary and middle schools to Town Hall—in a fiscally-prudent and forward-thinking way.
Incumbent
Relevant Experience Life long town resident/current TMM. I have a BS in Finance from BC. I manage 10 bldgs. in Wellesley
Slow the rate of growth of the tax levy. Re-zone strategic land parcels to generate new tax revenue and fend off 40 B developers. Fix traffic flow
Incumbent
Relevant Experience 1 30 year resident 2. Advisory Committee Member 3. Save N 40 4.Advisory school liaison 2 years
1. HHU 2. 40b Housing Plan 3. Unified Plan 4.Cash Capital/Debt policies formalized 5.Consolidation of duplicated town services /systems. Cost Savings
Unified planning (align 40B locations, schools, traffic) Fairness across districts. Build Hardy first to ensure capacity where we will need
Addressing HHU, 40B, along with the vetting and then implementation of the recommendations put forward by the Wellesley Unified Plan. Sustainability.
Candidate has not yet responded.
Relevant Experience 29 year resident. Married, raised 2 children thru Wellesley Schools. Business experience, MBA.
I am committed to Wellesley. Quality schools, housing and sustainability initiatives. Also to maintaining a prudent level of fiscal responsibility.
Incumbent
Relevant Experience TMM 1974-present;Planning Bd.member; Town Rep Metropolitan Area planning commission;Kepes Panel Cmte
Resolve HHU; Determine use(s) of North 40; Affordability of capital projects with the need to maintain a financial cross section of town residents.