WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. (May 17, 2005) -- Williamstown voters this evening approved on a voice vote a resolution governing how police and the town library comply with the USA Patriot Act, adding the town's vote to hundreds of communities nationwide expressing concern about civil-liberties aspects of the act. Town Meeting voters also approved 104-38 warrant Article 29, directing Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney "to forthwith initiate legislation in Congress to effect the immediate return of all Massachusetts National Guard units and personnel now serving in Iraq." On the National Guard withdrawal resolution, town-meeting voters applauded after a three-minute speech in which Samuel Smith, a community farmer and former international banker, moved the resolution. Smith said it was time for the president and Congress to bring home from Iraq the National Guard as well as professional soldiers. CLICK HERE TO LINK TO FULL STORY ON TOWN , including budget and Wild Oats votes.