[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Salem as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted by the Board of Selectmen 6-22-1959 (Ch. 67, Art. I, of the 1995 Code)]
The Town Hall will not be rented to private parties and will be reserved for the use of local organizations.
[Adopted by the Board of Selectmen 8-5-1974 (Ch. 67, Art. II, of the 1995 Code)]
[Amended by the Board of Selectmen 11-2-2015]
In order to provide a guideline for all interested parties and persons on the use of municipally owned property for political activities, the following policy is hereby adopted by the Board of Selectmen:
Political advertising signs and/or stickers for any party, issue or candidate shall not be placed on public property, on public buildings, structures or municipal vehicles.
Political parties may rent, at the established rate, public buildings having meeting room facilities for the purpose of business meetings, organizational meetings, elections, candidate nights and similar activities; such public facilities will not be available for campaign purposes prior to any election for a political party, political committee or political candidate.