Weybridge charter change pitched

WEYBRIDGE — Weybridge officials are proposing to change the municipality’s charter in a manner that would allow for its town clerk and treasurer to be appointed by the selectboard, rather than elected by the public.
This means that the person or people taking these positions would no longer have to reside in the town of Weybridge and would be appointed by the selectboard. Panton approved a similar charter change last year.
The town of Weybridge has scheduled a public meeting for Monday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m., at the local elementary school to explain the proposed charter change, which will be voted at town meeting next month.

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