Whereas, since the Annual Town Meeting of 2020, employees, officers, and committee members of the Town have passed away, having performed their…Read More
Annual Town Meeting, 2021 ~ Pictures ~ Sabourin Field on Saturday, May 15, 2021…Read More
Saturday’s weather conditions on Sabourin Field were defined by warm temperatures, mitigated by a mild breeze and passing clouds. The voter cards…Read More
The prospects for a town museum suffered another setback Saturday.
Annual town meeting voted to indefinitely postpone a proposed $159,550 allocation from Community…Read More
Annual town meeting Saturday approved by a wide margin a zoning amendment that under certain conditions allows detached accessory dwelling units on…Read More
Annual town meeting Saturday approved spending more than $120 million on municipal and school operations and projects.
Almost all of the expenditures, including…Read More
With thanks to Town Clerk Bridget Rodrigue for the official votes, and the number of participants on Sabourin Field during Annual Town…Read More
It's nearly showtime: All of the board and committee meetings, discussions, and votes are done, and now it's up to Bedford's Resident…Read More
The Citizen's writers began covering relevant meetings in January, and on through two Letters to the Editor that posted on Thursday, May…Read More
Letter to the Editor: The Relocation of Bedford TV and the Bedford Historical Society Needs an Integrated Plan
I urge that the commitment of ANY funding to a Museum on the first (middle) floor of Old Town Hall be deferred…Read More
I find it difficult to believe that there can exist in our society the notion that the stalwart efforts of Christopher Columbus…Read More
Town meeting will decide Saturday on a proposed $2.5 million state-of-the-art heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning system for the Bedford Free Public Library.
This letter was prepared by the leadership of the Bedford Historical Society to provide background and operational information relevant to relocating the…Read More
As a longtime Bedford resident and public servant, I have seen our town grow in so many ways. With the passing of…Read More
Learn the lingo: Words and terms you might not hear in your daily life will have meaning at Town Meeting. See you…Read More
Letter to the Editor: Warrant Article 31 ~ Add BARC, the Bedford Arbor Resources Committee, to the Town’s List of Official By-Law Committees
Mass General Law Chapter 87, commonly known as The Shade Tree Act, regulates all roadside trees (that is, trees in the right-of-way,…Read More
The director of finance for the Bedford Public Schools confirmed Monday that more than $385,000 in federal coronavirus relief appears to be…Read More
Warrant Articles Address Zoning Issues: Accessory Dwelling Units, Assisted Living Proposals, and Site Plan Approval
The warrant that Annual Town Meeting will encounter beginning Saturday morning features five zoning amendment articles that, if approved, will expand local…Read More
Voters at Town Meeting will decide whether the town will spend $6.4 million to expand and remodel the police station at 2…Read More
The most difficult intersection in town is on the verge of a major overhaul.
After five years of study and design, the plan…Read More
With thanks to everyone involved, each of the Warrant Articles listed below is linked to a short 'public service announcement' to help…Read More
The Finance Committee has a responsibility for creating the budget for the Town, as well as providing recommendations on articles in the…Read More
Do long-time Bedford residents appreciate the full effect that the town-meeting experience can have on someone who has never seen it before?…Read More
Planning an annual town meeting during a pandemic is a huge challenge. There are so many moving parts to accommodate. …Read More
In addition to the other letters written in support of Indigenous Peoples Day, I would like to ask parents to join me…Read More