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A wrap-up of several Town Meeting articles.
Here's one of five things to know about your town by the sea: your representative will meet with residents when she visits Town Hall.
Reports on Town Meeting: Votes in on Home Rule petition, purchase of Phillips Beach and leaf blower use.
Town Meeting members also voted to buy the train depot, but to postpone buying a beach.
The Board of Health hosted a public hearing on the proposed by-law in April. The proposal goes to Town Meeting Monday.
Here is a list of the salaries, overtime, detail pay and totals for Swampscott school and town employees in 2012. Also included, for comparing, are the numbers for 2011.
The article, #5, asks to authorization for selectmen to petition the Legislature, asking for an exception to retirement and health benefits mandated by the state.
The School Committee has two new members, Amy O'Connor and Carin Marshall.
The town clerk offered a few reasons for Tuesday's turnout.
A Patch reader asked why the Jackson Park project isn't finished and is the town liable if someone gets hurt in it incomplete state?
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