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  • Dear Wayland Voter, Two months after the fact, the public learned that hackers came very close to stealing $4 million from the Town. Little has been done to prevent further cyberattacks. Vulnerability is widespread, extending to identity theft and students using school-provided laptops. One expert calls for immediate action. SAVED BY THE BANK -- THIS TIME Local media recently...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 30
  • Dear Wayland Voter, One person/One vote is a bedrock standard of democracy. Wayland’s electronic voting subcommittee invites citizens’ ideas when it meets to deal with allegations of voter fraud during Town Meeting. Also in this newsletter: The recently concluded Annual Town Meeting had its friendly and efficient moments. Conversation turned to such things as Thoreau, a...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 21
  • Dear Wayland Voter, Younger voters showed up in force at Town Meeting Monday night just long enough to ensure victory on the first two articles. After they departed, allegations of voter fraud surfaced. Some parents had been urged to attend and vote for Article 26, which provides $150,000 to investigate the feasibility of erecting a community building on four riverside acres at the...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 14
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  • Dear Wayland Voter, The third night of Annual Town Meeting ended late Wednesday with exhaustion, confusion, emotion and the narrow rejection of the selectmens’ proposal to acquire land for a community building at the Town Center. This newsletter also includes coverage of other articles. --------------------------------------------- TOWN MEETING CONTINUES MONDAY, APRIL 13 at the...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 11
  • Dear Wayland Voter, During the first two nights of annual Town Meeting voters questioned but approved a budget of more than $76 million for Fiscal 2016 and took significant steps toward saving energy. ------------------------------------------------- TOWN MEETING CONTINUES MONDAY, APRIL 13 at the high school field house at 7:30 p.m. Articles 26-39 remain. See: http://www.wayland.ma...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 9
  • Dear Wayland Voter, Officials advertise Town Meeting Articles 25 and 26 as a great opportunity to get something for almost nothing. Skeptics see the possibility of multi-million-dollar problems with no assurance of a good outcome. And the Town Center developer was set to get something for nothing from Article 25 until the Board of Selectmen voted on Monday night to withdraw a...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 7
  • Dear Wayland Voter, After an election that is unlikely to end the divisiveness that all candidates acknowledged, voters may see sharp differences when Town Meeting begins Monday night. At the end of this preview, see basic information about the 2015 Annual Town Meeting, including a new procedure. FOCUS ON SPENDING A number of articles in the warrant for Wayland’s Annual Town...
    waylandvoters1@... Apr 5
  • Lea Anderson, a veteran of the School Committee and the High School Building Committee, was the top vote-getter in the race Tuesday for two seats on the Board of Selectmen. Also elected was incumbent Mary Antes. George Harris, a lawyer and former selectman, trailed the two. Final unofficial totals: Anderson 1386 Antes 1328 Harris 1211 In the contest for two seats on the Recreation...
    waylandvoters1@... Mar 31
  • Lea Anderson and incumbent Mary Antes were elected to the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday. Unofficial totals: Lea Anderson 1384 Mary Antes 1327 George Harris 1209 Incumbent Brud Wright was elected to the Recreation Commission along with newcomer Heidi Seaborg. WVN will report full results when they become available
    waylandvoters1@... Mar 31
  • Today is election day. Polls are open until 8 p.m. at the Town Building and the Middle School. The two known candidates for two assessor vacancies are write-ins: incumbent Zachariah L. Ventress, 55 Moore Rd., and Cheryl A. Kane, 16 Adelaide Ave. Include the foregoing information and mark the ovals according accordingly. The three-way race for two Board of Selectmen seats has been...
    waylandvoters1@... Mar 31