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2012 Town Meeting Results - Day Two

Article 27, regarding slavery in the past, and nine other articles discussed by Brookline Town Meeting.

2012 Town Meeting Results - Day Two

Town Meeting returned to the remaining , and began the evening discussing article 27, which acknowledges Brookline's slave-owning past. 

  • Article 27: Resolution regarding slavery – Favorable Action, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 10: Weybridge Road Local Historic District – Favorable Action, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 11: Weybridge Road preservation restriction – Favorable Action, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 13: Small-scale fitness clubs – Favorable Action, carried by two-thirds majority vote. 
  • Article 14: Doggie day care – Favorable Action, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 15: Floodplain overlay district – Favorable Action, carried unanimously. 
  • Article 16: Zoning - Dimensional and Parking Review – Referred to committee, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 17: Zoning - Public Benefits – Favorable Action, carried unanimously. 
  • Article 18: Zoning - Time Extensions – Favorable Action, carried unanimously. 
  • Article 19: Olmsted Hill Road Acceptance – Favorable Action, carried unanimously. 
  • Article 20: Retiree Minimum Retirement Allowance – Favorable Action, carried unanimously. 
  • Article 21: Retiree COLA (cost of living adjustment) Increase – Favorable Action, carried by majority vote. 
  • Article 22: Retirement Board Stipends – No Action, carried by majority vote. 

Annual Town Meeting continues Tuesday Night at 7 p.m., again at the  Auditorium. Articles 12 and 28 will be the first aritcles discussed, to accomodate the high school petitioners' schedules. 

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