Door-to-door sales, police station on warrant


Special Town Meeting will begin Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bellingham High School auditorium. The warrant asks residents to decide whether to amend town bylaws to regulate door-to-door sales by licensing sales agents and to establish a no-trespassing registry . Registered voters will also consider whether to appropriate funds toward the construction of a new police station on Blackstone Street; establish an adaptive-use overlay district on Hartford Avenue; and remove tobacco permits from retail pharmacies that sell prescription medicines or operate “minute’’ clinics, among a number of other budgetary and administrative items. The full warrant has been posted on the town’s website, www.bellinghamma.org.

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