Sedgwick Town Meeting time pushed back to noon



SEDGWICK — The Sedgwick annual Town Meeting, which had been scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 5, has been changed to start at noon.

The Board of Selectmen is postponing the meeting to provide Sedgwick Republicans time to both caucus and attend the Town Meeting, according to Town Clerk Cynthia Reilly.

The caucus is scheduled for that Saturday morning.

Also, the selectmen announced during a public hearing on Dec. 18 that voters will not consider a revised Site Plan Review Ordinance during the Town Meeting.

Selectman Nelson Grindal said the ordinance revision would be proposed until next year. The board found “discrepancies,” in the ordinance that need to be addressed.

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