Abington voters elected Michael Kolodziej and Alex Bezanson to three-year terms on the Board of Selectmen during Tuesday's Town Election.
Polls will be open for voters on Tuesday, June 23, Election Day from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Voters at Town Meeting will be asked to approve funding for multiple Community Preservation Act projects.
Abington voters on Monday will be asked to approve more than $8.7 million in capital spending on a range of projects that include new security measures at two of the town's schools, new police cruisers, and repairs to the drive-up window outside the treasurer/collector's office.
Abington residents Monday night will be asked to vote on a $55.5 million FY 21 budget that protects services, avoid layoffs and adds more than $1 million into its rainy day fund.
Abington residents are now prohibited from any outdoor watering while the water department continues to investigate why water reserves keep dropping.
Abington's Special and Annual Town Meeting is scheduled for June 22 and it will be a bit different this year. Here's what residents should know.
Candidates running for Abington Board of Selectmen discuss how they would improve communication between Town Hall and residents and businesses.
Abington Community Access & Media has posted a series of conversations with candidates for Abington Board of Selectmen.
Abington's candidates for selectmen give their thoughts on senior housing in town.