At the BOS meeting to consider a revote based on the petition submitted by Sensible Wilton, the Board of Selectmen rejected the request. If you were unable to attend, a video of the meeting can be seen at:
If you are mainly interested in audience comments they start at minute 38.
For those who spoke in favor of the revote and had documents supporting their position, we have posted them here so you would have the benefit of seeing exactly what was presented to help you make an informed decision on Sensible Wilton’s request for a revote.
Documentation in support of the comments made at the BOS meeting
- Alex Ruskewich – President of Sensible Wilton – illegal activities in conduct of referendum Ruskewich talking points
- Curt Noel – Treasurer – Sensible Wilton
- CodeRed could have been used to increase voter turnout
- Sensible Wilton originally pointed out that the makeup of Miller-Driscoll Building Committee did not meet the requirements for membership stated in the Capital Bonded Projects Process approved by the Board of Selectmen. More recently Sensible Wilton discovered that language in the Capital Bonded Projects Process concerning who can be appointed as a member on Town committees comes directly from the highlighted sections of the Town Charter. Town Charter Prohibitions
- Marianne Gustafson – resident discussed how the Miller-Driscoll Building committee specifically targeted only a subset of the community in providing information without allowing opponents a chance to provide their views .. in violation of State law.
- Marianne GustafsonTalkingPoints
- MD presentation events Calendar showing information was targeted and only available to general public at one session.
- Marketing plan advocacy & targeting – documentation and exhibits supporting comments that town officials had a specific plan of advocacy for the MD project which they conducted contrary to State law.
- Mohammed Ayoub, an associate vice president with HDR Architecture, told the Board of Selectmen the per-square-foot estimates for a renovation of the school are worrying.
Architect says school price is off