Monday, April 29, 2013
David Kale ill with unanticipated "serious" condition; away from Town Hall for week.
Belmont Town Administrator David Kale has been hospitalized for the past week in what he described as "a serious, unanticipated" medical condition. Kale, who returned briefly to Belmont Town Hall for the first time in a week to attend a Board of Selectmen meeting held this morning, April 29, said he will learn from doctors a schedule for his recovery for an acute rather than chronic illness that will likely keep him away from tonight's opening of the annual Town Meeting. The Cambridge resident was hired by the Board of Selectmen in June, 2012, after nine years serving as Cambridge's budget director and deputy finance director.
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Questions on absentee voting, inactive voters and are your registered all answered.
Will you be eligible to vote in the presidential election in November? Are the kids who are off at college able to vote in Belmont? What do you need to do to vote if you'll be away in Venice, Afghanistan or Kathmandu? Below is a series of FAQs provided by Town Clerk Ellen Cushman that should answers your quiries about election day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Q: Are you registered to vote in the Nov. 6 Presidential Election? Town Clerk Ellen Cushman: The voter registration deadline is Wednesday, Oct. 17 at 8 p.m. to the Town Clerk which is located on the first floor of Town Hall. We’ll be open late to accept your registrations, changes and forms. You can check the current voter list on-line to see if you’re registered at your current address by …
Monday, August 13, 2012
Town Clerk's office will stay open until 8 p.m. Friday to register residents.
Voter registration deadlines are fast approaching to qualify to vote in the fall 2012 elections, according to Belmont Town Clerk Ellen Cushman. If a resident is not already a registered voter, they will need to file their voter registration form with the Town Clerk’s office by the registration deadlines: • To vote in the Thursday, Sept. 6 state primary election, residents must be registered by this Friday, Aug. 17. • To vote in the Tuesday, Nov. 6, presidential election, they must be registered by Oct. 17. The Town Clerk’s office in Town Hall will be open until 8 p.m. on Aug. 17 and Oct. 17, the two deadline dates, to assist voters. If a resident thinks they’re a registered voter, it’s a good idea to check if that is a fact AND check if …