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    The League of Women Voters of Westford is a group of women and men of all ages and backgrounds with the common interest of “Making Democracy Work.” The League’s goal is to encourage active and informed participation of citizens in government.

    Do you have a question you would like answered by the candidates during this year’s Candidates’ Night?  Submit your question online today, and then attend the event on April 17 at 7 p.m. at the Millennium School.

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    2014 Voters’ Guide and Candidates’ Night

    Posted on Apr 04 2014

    Learn more about the candidates running for local office by reading their responses to League questions in this year’s Voters’ Guide.

    Listen to the candidates address the issues by attending our Candidates’ Night event on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m.  This year the event will be held at the Millennium School, which is located behind the Abbot School.   Questions from the audience will be allowed, although the League may combine or edit questions for time.  With many contested races on this year’s ballot, Candidates’ Night is a must-see event to help you get to know the candidates better.

    Check the town website for a complete list of the candidates and offices.

     

    Report from LWV Traffic Forum in January 2003

    Posted on Jan 20 2014

    Amid the current discussions of traffic in Westford, we thought it would be helpful to make a report from the League’s Forum on traffic in Westford, written in January 2003.   Comparing the solutions proposed then, to the problems and solutions being proposed following the most recent NMCOG traffic study in town highlights the continued changes to traffic patterns in town.  If you are interested in the current traffic and parking issues in town, reading this report gives you additional history and insight into the challenges Westford faces dealing with increased traffic and development.  Download and read the report here.

    LWV Warrant Review Roundtable, September 27

    Posted on Aug 30 2012

    Thursday, September 27, 7 – 9 pm JV Fletcher Library in the Mary Atwood Room (3rd Floor)
    Prepare for the upcoming Special Town Meeting by attending our Warrant Review.  We will go over the articles on the warrant, so you are better prepared for Special Town Meeting.  This is a great chance to ask questions in a casual setting.   Special Town Meeting will be held on Monday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the gym of the Abbot School.

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