East Bridgewater

Polling place is moved


Town Clerk Dina Livingston says the polling place for the annual town election on April 12, will be the gymnasium of the new East Bridgewater Junior Senior High School, replacing Gordon Mitchell Middle School. Livingston informed selectmen recently that all of the town’s precincts will vote at the high school from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. that day. Offices on the ballot include: town moderator, one seat on the Board of Selectmen, one on the Board of Assessors, two on the School Committee, one on the Housing Authority, three library trustee slots, one on the Board of Health, and three Planning Board seats. Selectmen chairman Brian Connors asked Livingston to work with school officials to make sure parking spaces are set aside for voters on Election Day. Livingston also requested residents to return census forms at any one of several drop boxes around town, noting that the town is about to issue 1,500 second notices that are very expensive for the town to process.

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