Town Plan Adopted by Plymouth Voters

From Barbara Rabtoy, Town Clerk

Results of the June 13th vote for Plymouth Town Plan

Yes votes – 28
No votes – 23

The Town Plan has been adopted by the voters.

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One Response to Town Plan Adopted by Plymouth Voters

  1. Bud Kafer says:

    First, to the members that served on the planning board, my appreciation for this undertaking and all the work it entailed.
    The vote to approve the changes was carried by 28 residents of the town.
    It seems to me that a better way of voting these issues would serve the town, the residents and the members of this commission more reasonably. 28 residents is hardly any quorum. Such a small percentage does not serve the efforts nor the impact of such changes. What can a town do? What should a town do?

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