Join neighbors and friends at the Westport Community Church on Sunday, September 23, at 4 pm to hear the amazing voices of two of Bowdoin College's oldest a cappella groups: BOKA (original co-ed group) and MISSY (all women's group).
Join your neighbors at the Old Town Hall, 1217 Main Road, at 7 pm on Tuesday, September 25, 2018, to hear the results of the recent survey of Westporter’s views of how they would like the town evolve over the next 10-20 years. The survey response was outstanding, with 295 responses submitted by the August 31st deadline. The hearing will report on what you had to say. The survey results were the basis for drafting a Vision Statement that will will be reviewed at the hearing and will go to the voters in November for approval. That draft Vision Statement can be found here and on the Comprehensive Plan Committee page of the Town Web Site. You can help us refine the Vision Statement at the hearing. Once approved by the voters, the Vision Statement will form the basis for the Comprehensive Plan update to follow.
Westport Island voters may now request absentee ballots from the Town Clerk for the November 6, 2018 General/Referendum Election. See the Announcement of Absentee Voting for further information.
The actual ballots will not be available until after October 7 when the ballots will be mailed. In person absentee voting will begin on October 9 in the Town Clerk's Office at the Town Office, 6 Fowles Point Road, Westport Island. Voters will be able to vote in the Town Clerk's Office or complete an absentee ballot application to have their ballot mailed to them or pick it up and take it home with them between October 9 and November 1. Any ballots voted outside of the office will need to be returned by the close of polls on Tuesday, November 6, at 8 pm.
After November 1, voters will need a special circumstance to request an absentee ballot.