04 Jun 2015 7:00 PM • 15 Cabot Street, Winchester
06 Jun 2015 10:00 AM • Town Center
09 Jun 2015 7:00 AM • District polling places
20 Jun 2015 10:00 AM • Masa Restaurant


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Annual Members Meeting

All members are invited to the Winchester League's annual meeting, which will be held at Masa Restaurant.


The Winchester League of Women Voters is dedicated to recognizing the importance of a strong civil society in the functioning of our participatory democracy. This year we were pleased to honor Caren Connelly, Executive Director of WFEE, with our Civic Leadership Award for her years of commitment to the Winchester Public Schools.

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TOWN DAY ON JUNE 6th - Visit the League's booth!

The Winchester League will be part of the annual Town Day celebration.

In addition to providing details about our programs, we will have available information about the special election on June 9th, including background on the status of the flood mitigation program and a specimen ballot, and  copies of the warrant.

If you can give an hour or two to help us man the booth, please contact us at info@lwvwinchester.org


If you have any questions or comments about the League of Women Voters of Winchester or you just want to get in touch, please email our spokeswoman, Jo-Ann Michalak!


Winchester voters will cast votes on a debt exclusion override to provide funds for three Skillings Field projects.

There will be two questions:

Question 1 - Approval of amounts for 2 projects -- Aberjona River Flood Mitigation Project #6 (4th culvert) and environmental remediation of Skillings Field.  The combined cost of these two projects is approximately $11.45 million.  Note:  the dollar amount will not be stated on the ballot.

The above projects were approved by Town Meeting on April 27, 2015.

Question 2 - Approval of amounts for the design and construction of synthetic turf athletic fields consisting of a baseball diamond and multi-purpose field at Skillings Field.  The cost is projected to be $1.65 million.

The Town Meeting did Not approve funds for the synthetic turf project, but the Board of Selectmen decided to keep Question 2 on the ballot in the belief that Winchester voters should be given the opportunity to indicate their willingness to pay additional tax dollars for an upgrade of the field.  

For additional information on the background of these proposed projects, log onto Skillings Field Project.

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Winchester, Massachusetts 01890

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