Letter to the Editor: Adam Dash will be Belmont’s Champion

Photo: Adam Dash To the editor: In the next few years, Belmont will face a daunting array of tasks, from building a new high school to repurposing the former incinerator site to finally turning the Community Path from concept to reality. It’s critical that we have a Selectman who will involve you – the people […]

Letter to the Editor: Dash Provides Forward Thinking As Selectman

Photo: Adam Dash To the Editor:  Monday night’s debate at the League of Women Voters’ Candidates Night made it clear that this is a lively campaign for Selectman. Both candidates have a lot to offer the town. On balance, I believe that Adam Dash is more forward-looking and therefore better prepared to deal with these […]

How A 18-Year-Old Wants To Change Belmont Town Meeting For The Better

Photo: Here’s Devan at Candidates Night. Devan O’Toole will be seeking higher office at Tuesday’s Town Election from his present position as president. What’s that? The presidency O’Toole currently holds – for the second-year running – is the Class of 2018 at Belmont High School. And if his door-to-door campaign for Town Meeting Member in […]

Letter to the Editor: Carbone Has Unmatched Experience for Belmont

Photo: Guy Carbone To the editor: I write in support of Guy Carbone for Selectman for the Town of Belmont and hope you will join me in voting for him on Tuesday, April 4.   Guy comes with an experience unmatched by his opponent. I firmly believe his skill-set and qualities will help ensure success in […]

Throw Out The Barrels: Belmont Eyeing Carry In, Carry Out Trash Policy

Photo: If the Belmont Department of Public Works has its way; the trash you make on town property will be equal to the trash you take out. At a recent meeting before the Belmont Board of Selectmen, the DPW’s Highway Division proposed a town-wide initiative of removing all trash barrels in municipal parks and commercial business […]