Town meeting is a New Hampshire tradition which allows registered voters to discuss town matters, voice their opinions, and to approve or modify town budgets and warrant articles. The Town of Hebron follows a traditional town meeting schedule and, as required by state law, votes on the second Tuesday of every March for town officials and any warrant articles required to be on the official ballot.
In 2015, the townspeople voted to split town meeting into two sessions—the required second Tuesday of March for official ballot voting and a second day to be scheduled by the Select Board for the business portion of town meeting.
Special Town Meeting Scheduled for Tuesday, May 16, 2017
The Town of Hebron will hold a Special Town Meeting beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Hall (basement of the Hebron Church) to correct a procedural defect with the 2017 Town Meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to ratify the results of the March Town Meeting.
To view correspondence from the Department of Revenue Administration, click here: DRA Letter
To view the timeline for the special meeting, click here: Meeting Timeline
To view the Town Moderator's article explaining the special meeting, click here: Moderator Article