What's on Your Mind? Sudbury Selectmen Hold Monday Office Hours

The hours are a part of the Sudbury Board of Selectmen Citizen's Comment Procedure.

John Drobinski will be among the selectmen hosting Monday office hours. (File Photo)
John Drobinski will be among the selectmen hosting Monday office hours. (File Photo)
A pair of selectmen will hold office hours on Monday night, giving Sudbury residents the opportunity to share what's on their mind when it comes to local government.

Chairman John Drobinski and selectman Leonard Simon will be at the Senior Center at 40 Fairbank Road on Monday night. The board members will meet with interested residents from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in Room 2.

The office hours are being held as a part of the Board of Selectmen's Citzien's Comment Procedure. Selectmen have been participating in the monthly gathering since October when it was created on a trial basis.

"These office hours hours are not public meetings with an agenda, but rather a casual, open time for general discussions with board members," according to the town website.
Sudburytoo March 24, 2014 at 01:55 PM
27 years in office and still no rail trail, still no sewer, still no capital plan, still no 40B offense, still no police station. However, we have had lots of overrides, debt exclusions and tax increases. What a well run town.


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