Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Fall Town Meeting

 

Fall Town Meeting, October 17

Holliston Town Meeting is Monday, October 17, at 7 PM at the Holliston High School Auditorium. Town Meeting is easier to attend than ever, with:

  • Childcare, available through HCAF (Holliston Child and Family Services);
  • Temporarily increased ADA parking (Americans with Disabilities Act) at the HS entrance; and
  • Earlier start time!
To get a jumpstart on what's being voted on, read the Town Meeting Warrant and supporting documentation here or go to Town of Holliston website. In addition:

2021-22 Project Study Reports and information for the DPW Facility (Article 18), Sidewalk and Ramp Repair (Article 20) and Wastewater Treatment Plant (Article 22) can be found here.

DPW Presentation Handout (Article 19) can be found here.
Envisioning Future Holliston Survey Data and Vision Presentation (Article 25 & 26) is here.

Town Meeting is the purest form of democratic government. Every registered voter attending gets a vote. 

Make yours count!


Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Women's Wave March: Oct. 8, 2022


Women Lift Up the World

We are marching to show that we won't be held down!

Please join a dedicated group of Holliston Dems at the Worcester Women's Wave March. The event takes place October 8 at 2 PM at Worcester City Hall. If you'd like to caravan from Holliston or meet up with us in Worcester, contact Cindy Burrow

If you've never attended an event like this before, the time is now. Protecting women's rights is critical to protecting our democracy. The Worcester location is very easy to get to and there is ample parking all around the event site.

Get more details and be sure to RSVP at Women's March.



Please join us!

Friday, September 23, 2022

Celebrate Holliston 2022

 


Join us Saturday, September 24, for the annual celebration of our fabulous town! The weather will be gorgeous and the Holliston Dems will be out in full force. We'd love for you to join us for fun and fellowship and to tout our awesome state candidates and causes. 

Muster for the parade at 8:45 AM at the elementary school parking lots. Hold a sign, toss candy to adorable kids, or just walk and chat. It's so important to show our town what a strong democratic presence we have!

Then, swing by our table to meet some of the candidates, talk about the issues of the day, and do a make-and-take craft with the kids.

Contact Cynthia Burrow with any questions. Hope to see you there!