Local Election Voting – COVID-19 Compliant

Don’t forget that today is the North Andover Annual Election!  Polls are open from 7:00am-8:00pm.  In-person voting is at North Andover High School.
Watch North Andover Town Clerk, Trudy Reid, share some insights for today’s local election and the COVID-19 safety measures that are in place.
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Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Article 21: Transfer to Stabilization

Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day 


Article 21: Transfer to Stabilization

The Town is requesting to transfer $20,233 to the Stabilization Account.  The Stabilization Account is the Town’s savings account.  The Town saves money there to be used in emergency.  Some like to refer to the account as the rainy day fund.  The Town has financial policies in place that advise the town to maintain 5% of General Fund revenues in the Stabilization Account.  After this year’s transfer, the Town will have approximately $5,000,000 in the fund.    To appropriate from the Town’s Stabilization account requires a 2/3rd vote of Town Meeting.

To learn more about Stabilization Funds visit: https://www.mass.gov/files/documents/2017/09/11/igr17-20.pdf

Town Meeting Documents

Town Meeting Warrant

northandoverma.gov/townmeeting

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Today is the day…. June 2 – Annual Election Day! Vote in person at the @NorthAndoverHS, polls will be open from 7 AM – 8 PM.

Today is the day….June 2 – Annual Election Day.  Voting in person at the NA High School.  Polls will be open from 7 AM – 8 PM.  Due to COVID-19, 6 feet social distancing will be followed and we are recommending all voters to wear face covering while on the high school property.
If you have a mail in ballot to be returned, please leave it in the Town Hall Business Mailbox located in front of Town Hall no later than 7:30 PM June 2nd.  The box will be checked throughout the day and the ballots will be delivered to the polling location to be counted.  Thank you!
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Issuance of Lake usage permits for boating and storage will be available for purchase online starting June 2nd, 2020.

Starting tomorrow, June 2, 2020, Issuance of Lake usage permits for boating and storage will be available for purchase online. Please visit https://northandoverma.viewpointcloud.com/categories/1079/record-types/6485 for more information and to apply.  Applicants will need to register for a free account in order to use online permitting.  Please contact the Department of Public Works at (978) 685-0950 with any questions or if you need assistance.
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Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day – Article 16: Revolving Fund Spending Limits

Town Meeting Warrant Article of the Day 


Article 16:  Revolving Fund Spending Limits

Every year Town Meeting authorizes the Town’s revolving accounts and sets spending limits for those accounts.  A revolving fund separately accounts for specific revenues and earmarks them for expenditure by a board or officer without appropriation for particular purposes to support the activity, program or service that generated the revenues.  Town Meeting authorizes the revolving account, its use, and how much can be spent from the account each year.

To learn more about the different types of revolving accounts, visit here: https://www.mass.gov/doc/revolving-funds-chart-non-school-department-program/download

NASC TA Negotiations June 3 & 5

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