Complete Town Meeting results by article

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Residents cast their vote at Saturday’s Town Meeting. PHOTO/JOHN CARDILLO

Following are the results of all the articles at Saturday’s Annual Town Meeting and Special Town Meeting in the order they were voted.

Votes required a simple majority unless noted. Vote totals are listed by those in favor first, followed by those opposed.

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING (To see the full warrant, click here)

Article 1, Establish a means-tested senior citizen property tax exemption, passed by voice vote

Article 2, Fund a feasibility study related to Elmwood School, passed by head count, 105-1 (two-thirds majority required)

ANNUAL TOWN MEETING (To see the full warrant, click here)

Article 1, Acceptance of town reports, passed by voice vote

Article 2, FY21 supplemental appropriations and transfers, passed by voice vote

Article 3, Unpaid bills from prior fiscal years, passed by voice vote (four-fifths majority required)

Article 4, Excess bond premium, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 5, Set the salary of elected officials, passed by voice vote

Article 6, Operating budget, passed by voice vote

Article 7, Parks & Recreation revolving funds, passed by voice vote

Article 8, Revolving funds spending limits, passed by voice vote

Article 9, Consumer price index for property tax exemptions, passed by voice vote

Article 10, Chapter 90 highway funds, passed by voice vote

Article 11, Transfer to other post-employment benefits liability trust fund, passed by voice vote

Article 12, Transfer from the General Stabilization Fund, voice vote to take no action

Article 13, Transfer from School Department Stabilization Fund to General Fund, voice vote to take no action

Article 14. Transfer from School Department Stabilization Fund to School Department, voice vote to take no action

Article 15, Parks & Recreation Enterprise Fund, passed by voice vote

Article 16, Pay-as-you-go capital expenses, passed by voice vote

Article 17, Marathon School addition, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 18, School HVAC renewal and digital control upgrade, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 19, Hopkins and Hopkinton Middle School roof replacement, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 20, Police station roof replacement, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 21, Pratt Farm well field, passed by voice vote

Article 22, Grove Street chlorine injection, passed by voice vote

Article 23, Alprilla Farm well, passed by voice vote

Article 24, Water main replacement, Woody Island Road, passed by voice vote

Article 25, Inflow and infiltration investigation, passed by voice vote

Article 26, Vehicle replacement (Sewer Department truck), passed by voice vote

Article 27, Community Preservation funds, passed by voice vote

Article 28, Items A-G, Community Preservation recommendations, passed by voice vote

Article 28, Item H, Community Preservation recommendation, purchase “Dunbar” property on Hayden Rowe, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 29, Remove car wash as use allowed by special permit in downtown business district, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 30, Industrial B District housekeeping, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 31, Wireless telecommunications facilities, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 32, Accessory family dwelling unit, passed by head count, 92-12 (two-thirds majority required)

Article 33, Nonconforming lots, uses and structures, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 34, Temporary signs, passed by voice vote (two-thirds majority required)

Article 35, Commercial solar photovoltaic restrictions, passed by head count, 126-14, (two-thirds majority required)

Article 36, Commercial solar photovoltaic overlay district, failed by head count, 82-59 (two-thirds majority required)

Article 37, Rubbish disposal, garden apartments/village housing in residential districts, failed by head count, 12-94 (two-thirds majority required)

Article 38, Dog licensing, passed by voice vote

Article 39, Stormwater management and erosion control, passed by voice vote

Article 40, Obstruction of streets and sidewalks, and housekeeping, passed by voice vote

Article 41, Street opening permits, passed by voice vote

Article 42, Trench safety officer, passed by voice vote

Article 43, Authorize sale or disposal of town-owned property at 148 Lumber St., passed by voice vote

Article 44, Fund purchase of parcels of land off Teresa Road, voice vote to take no action

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