Resolution on climate emergency passes at Wayland Town Meeting



The following are the votes of articles at Wayland’s annual Town Meeting on May 15 and 16.

1: Recognize Citizens and Employees for Particular Service to the Town — unanimous for all three motions

2: Pay Previous Fiscal Year Unpaid Bills — passed 73-1

3: Current Year Transfers — passed 52-3

4: OPEB Funding — passed 69-10

5: Rescind Transfer Station Revolving Fund and Create and Budget a Transfer Station Enterprise Fund — passed 84-6

6: Fiscal Year 2022 Revolving Fund Expenditure Limits — passed 112-9

7: Compensation for Town Clerk — passed 99-9

8: Update FY2022 Personnel Bylaws and Wage & Classification Plan and Fund FY2021 Personnel Agreements — passed 88-9

9: Surface Water Quality Committee Budget — passed 105-8

10: Fiscal Year 2022 Omnibus Budget — Motion No. 1 passed 116-19; Motion No. 2 amended 208-18

11: Capital Stabilization Fund — passed 157-20

12: CPA: Set Asides and Transfers — passed 187-14

13: Senior Citizen Tax Work Off Exemption — passed 217-7

14: Accept Spencer Circle — passed 186-22

15: Resolution to Continue Electronic Voting Through FY2027 — passed 196-4

16: Remote Participation at Annual Town Meeting — passed 195-50

17: Community Choice Aggregation of Electricity — passed 248-18

18: Loker Elementary School Solar Agreement — passed 216-11

19: Resolution to Declare a Climate Emergency — passed 204-24

20: CPA Historic Preservation: Library Archival Document Conservation — passed 215-5

21: CPA Open Space: Native and Pollinator Plantings — passed 223-4

22: Select Board/Town Manager Act — passed 284-183

23: Appointment of Finance Committee — failed 229-255

24: Acquisition of Land for Council on Aging/Community Center — passed 487-95

25: Loker Turf Field Construction — failed 340-383

26: Establish Wayland Human Rights Commission — passed over

27: Recognize Law Enforcement Day — passed over

28: CPA Historic Preservation: Rehabilitation of 70-74 Main Street — passed 138-82

29: CPA Recreation: Mill Pond Dam, Athletic Field Design, Heard Farm Improvements — passed 143-2

30: Choose Town Officers — passed 126-0

31: Hear Reports — passed 130-0

32: Sell or Trade Vehicles and Equipment — passed 125-0



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