They also passed at the polls a zoning amendment about subdividing non-conforming lots.
The new cell tower ordinance is more extensive than what the telecommunication facilities regulations the town had in place, and while it increases the areas where cell towers and other telecommunications facilities can be built, it more-strictly regulates their construction and placement.
The passage of the ordinance comes less than a year after a fight about the placement of a cell tower on Melville Hill.
Elected without opposition were
Of the town's 879 registered voters, 167, or about 19 percent, participated in Tuesday's elections.
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