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When Webster adopted its first charter on March 10, 1987, the town opted for representative town meetings.
As a Republican member of the Representative Town Meeting (RTM), he votes as a fiscal conservative dedicated to securing a flourishing future for Fairfield by slowing spending and reducing the residential tax burden.
This vibrancy can be attributed to an amazing combination of a unique community that has high standards, a beautiful coastal location 45 minutes from New York City, strong zoning, great schools, representative town meeting government, and the competence and caring of the local realtors--all the amenities and values that typically appeal to people when evaluating their investment strategy.
Selectman Doreen Goodrich, who opposed the article, said that at an open town meeting proponents or opponents "can stack the meeting," but in a representative town meeting, such as Auburn's, "town meeting works.
Auburn is one of the few towns in Central Massachusetts with a representative town meeting rather than open town meeting.
Webster, certainly; Dudley, probably; and other towns in this region might give representative town meetings serious consideration
Byline: Elaine Thompson SHREWSBURY - Representative town meeting members will decide whether the town should be able to borrow $12.
They noted that the rest of the towns have a representative town meeting and cities have a city council - both bodies that are elected by the voters and area accountable.