May 2016

The Advocate Staff May 2016

To our valued Dublin Advocate readers: Here is the May 2016 issue — all news worthy for Dubliners and neighbors. Read online, or open the pdf from the Current Month link to view the original in color. Request an email reminder when the issue goes live each month from — Dublin Women’s Club On […]

  • April 2016

    The Advocate Staff April 2016
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    2016 Town Meeting Recap By Ramona Branch Dubliners had great weather for town meeting March 12. According to Sherry Miller, town administrator, almost 140 residents were in attendance this year. Several of the articles passed allowed for the maintenance of town property and the purchase of new town equipment. We voted to replace the roofs […]

  • March 2016

    The Advocate Staff March 2016
    Mick assists a skier on a downhill run at Crotched Mountain.

    Proposed Amendments to Dublin’s Zoning Ordinance Article 2: Are you in favor of the adoption of Amendment #1 as proposed by the Planning Board for the Town of Dublin Zoning Ordinance as follows: Add the following: Article XXII, Alternative Energy Ordinance. This proposed ordinance would encourage alternative energy sources such as solar and wind power. […]

  • February 2016

    The Advocate Staff February 2016

    Warrant Articles for Town Meeting By Ramona Branch Dublin residents will let their voices be heard at Town Meeting on March 12. The 2016 Warrant includes 13 articles. The Budget Committee will recommend $1,937,438.19 whereas the Selectmen will recommend more. Allocating money for additional part-time hours for police coverage is what the Selectmen and Budget […]

  • January 2016

    The Advocate Staff January 2016
    DCS concert

    Construction Projects Update The proposed crosswalk and Charcoal Road bridge are still in the running. By Sterling Abram Some of you are wondering, no doubt, what has happened to two projects that were to be done in 2015. The construction phase of two projects, the TE (Transportation Enhancement) and SRTS (Safe Routes to School) were […]