Dates & Debates: What You Need to Know for the Town Election
Don't let these dates pass by - they're important.
Here are some important dates having to do with this spring's annual town election.
March 13: The day political signs are allowed to be placed around town on private property - 21 days prior to the election, as required by the town's bylaws.
March 14: Last day to register to vote for the April 3 election.
March 15: Democratic Town Committee debate at the Police Station at 7 p.m..
March 21: League of Women Voters debate at the Police Station at 7 p.m.
April 1: The last day to obtain an absentee ballot is April 1 at noon.
April 3: Annual town election. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.