Solar bylaw on fall Town Meeting warrant


A proposed solar bylaw is expected to generate the most discussion at the Oct. 28 Special Town Meeting, said Town Administrator Paul A. Dawson. The warrant article outlines requirements for solar installations, and resulted from “a lot of give-and-take between the Energy Management Committee and Planning Board,’’ Dawson said. “I think they’ve come up with a good product.’’ Another article is seeking as much as $349,108 to beef up the town’s ambulance staffing. The town has a call ambulance staff, Dawson said, and has had problems with response times, which could result in losing the license to provide the service. The money would add part-time staff to make sure a paramedic is on duty at all times, Dawson said. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at Sippican School.

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