Editor's note: This story ran in Thursday's print edition of The Press. It does not reflect what happened at Wednesday night's selectmen's meeting (July 25). That story can be read here.
Splitting wetlands oversight off from the Planning and Zoning Commission doesn’t appear to have support from a majority on the Board of Selectmen. The board also has concerns about a proposed charter change requiring attendance by at least 2% of voters for the annual town meeting to take substantive budget action. And the selectmen seem skeptical of what they view as a wholesale changes to ethics provisions in the charter.