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Note: New Voting at Municipal Light Plant Garage, 4 Municipal WayTown Meeting is Wellesley’s Legislative arm of government. It consists of 240 Town Meeting Members elected by precinct. The members are elected for staggered, 3-year terms so that 10 members are elected from each precinct each year in the March annual town election. Depending on vacancies some precincts will have more members to be elected to fill the unexpired seats.Town Meeting is responsible for passing a balanced annual town budget, and enacts all town by-laws. Annual Town Meeting is held in March/April to enact the following year's budget, plus whatever other matters are placed on the Town Meeting Warrant. The Annual Town Meeting begins the last Monday of March and continues on Monday and Tuesday nights until the business is completed. Special Town Meeting may be held as needed for issues that cannot be delayed until the Annual Town Meeting.(Old Voting Location: Bates School, 16 Elmwood Road)

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  • Gwen K Baker

  • Christopher J Bradley

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    Brenda S Docktor

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    Barbara Lynn Hirsch

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    Victoria Pond Lazzell

  • Suzanne G Littlefield

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    Corinne M Monahan

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    Laurie Ann Ohlms

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    Wendy Withington Paul

  • Eric W Pinsker-Smith

Biographical Information

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

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Relevant Experience Candidate for reelection, Past PTO President, (WHS, WMS, Bates), former youth sports coach
Monitoring debt & cost containment, maintaining & continuing to improve quality education, facilitating responsible growth to enhance town character.
Relevant Experience TMM; Former Wellesley Middle School PTO CoPresident; and Wellesley Education Foundation Board Member
Ensure fiscal responsibility while continuing to make Wellesley a wonderful town to call home.
Relevant Experience 1.GWU MBA,2.Maryland Economic Development, 3.Corporate Banking, 4.Running for Wellesley Town Meeting
1.Care for the elderly + others in age of coronavirus, 2.More affordable and creative housing, 3.How to keep schools in person as much as possible.
Relevant Experience TMM 1996-, Advisory Comm. 1997-2000, School Comm. 2001-2013, 4x Chair, Permanent Building Comm 2014-
Emerging from COVID with appropriate balanced Town budgets. Building educationally sound and fiscally responsible Hardy and Hunnewell Schools.
Relevant Experience candidate for re-election
Within the next 5 years, Wellesley's most important goal should be fiscal responsibility, efficiency, transparency and sustainability in its endeavors
Relevant Experience Parent of 3 WPS graduates 22 yr Wellesley resident Wellesley Cultural Council Medical Reserve Corps
Maintain quality schools, Promote diversity/equity especially in housing, Support for senior citizens, Ensure effective COVID protocols
Relevant Experience 9 yr TMM, Bd member Community Fund for Wellesley & Walker School. Past: School Comm 2011-2017, WHJWC
Maintaining quality town services, supporting capital projects & reinvigorating local businesses as we recover from the COVID-19 public health crisis.
Relevant Experience Engineer at National Grid, Economic Analyst at Sustainable Energy Adv, Owner/Operator of JustAskEric
- Decrease our carbon emissions by increasing our renewable energy procurement - Diversify our town through the siting reform and active construction