GROVELAND — Residents will consider 29 articles at Monday’s annual Town Meeting.
The meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. at Bagnall School, 253 School St.
Here are the articles:
:Article 1: Authorize selectmen to ask for any money available from the state’s Department of Public Works.
Article 2: Spend $320,800 and money reimbursed by the state for road improvements.
Article 3: Acquire land to build a right of way on School Street and to use $15,000 from the state to pay for the work.
>Article 4: Transfer $10,000 from the Conservation Commission Fees Account to the Conservation Commission Services Account.
Article 5: Give $900 to VFW Post 2014 for utilities and maintenance of the building.
Article 6: Accept $35,000 from the Municipal Electric Department Operation Account to pay its 2014 taxes.
Article 7: Accept the town’s $13.4 million budget for 2014.
Article 8: Spend$798,371 to operate the Water Department.
Article 9: Spend $479,140 to operate the Sewer Department.
Article 10: Fix the salary and compensation of all elected town officials as shown in the fiscal year 2014 budget.
Article 11: Spend $140,000 to finance the design, construction and improvements of sewers and sewer services.
Article 12: Spend $3.7 million to buy 61 acres at 150 Center St. for open space and recreational use.
Article 13: Buy 48 acres called the Center Street Greenway Parcel for $510,000 for open space and recreational use.
Article 14: Accept a donation of 5.5 acres off Rocky Woods Road near Nelson Street.
Article 15: Buy 54 acres on Dewhirst Street for $935,000, of which $835,000 will come from the Community Preservation General Reserve and $100,000 from the Water Department Enterprise Fund.
Article 16: Create a chief of the Fire Department and have him appointed annually by selectmen.
Article 17: Authorize selectmen to ask the state for permission to increase the board of selectmen from three members to five.
Article 18: Review town zoning after state voters approved medical marijuana centers.
Article 19: Allow veterans to do volunteer services in exchange for a reduction in their real estate taxes.