- Observed at Bishops Forest: Drivers using hand-held cell phones while driving on main road and in villages! Village roads are narrow, and there are no sidewalks. It’s getting darker earlier. Please SLOW DOWN and give full attention to the road before you hurt one of your neighbors. And remember the speed limit is 25 MPH on the main road and 15 MPH in the villages.
- Solar Lights for Village Entrance Signs
Test lights are now installed at the entrances to Highlands, Wayside, Woodbury, Arborview Overlook and Morningside Villages. Please let the office know if you find that any lights are not working properly at night, or if you have suggestions for adjustments, or lighting in other areas.
SAVE THE FOLLOWING DATES!
- Tuesday, November 5th - Waltham City Election Day 2019. Vote at Waltham High School for candidates for Waltham Mayor and City Council. Polls open at 7:00am!
Mayor – four year term. Vote for one (1).
Jeannette McCarthy – incumbent
Councilor Ward One - two year term. Vote for one (1).
Councilor-at-Large - two-year term. Vote for six (6).
Paul Brasco - incumbent
Randy LeBlanc – incumbent
Kathleen McMenimen - incumbent
Patrick O’Brien - incumbent
Thomas Stanley - incumbent
Carlos Vidal - incumbent
An informational video with statements by candidates can be found at the Waltham Community Access TV website by Clicking Here.