If you live near the Beech Street Center or Town Field, you may want to make plans to figure out how to get around town on Nov. 6.
Belmont Police issued a press release informing the public that residents Mitt and Ann Romney will be casting their votes at the Beech Street Center on the first Tuesday of November.
"At this time, we do not have a confirmation of when Governor Romney will be arriving to vote," said Assistant Chief James MacIsaac in the release.
But expecting that day to be 10 times the madhouse it was back in February when the Romneys voted in the Massachusetts primary, the Belmont Police are inviting Belmont residents, and especially those residing in the immediate vicinity of the Beech Street Center, to an informational meeting "to discuss the impact the days event will have on those residents who are neighbors to the Beech Street Center."
The meeting will be held at the Beech Street Center on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m.
Likely topics will include the massive crush of media types parking in the neighborhood, parking and traffic restrictions and other public safety issues that occur when the eye of world is trained on your town.