Norwell selectmen have scheduled a special Norwell Town Meeting for this fall to discuss and have Norwell residents vote on time-sensitive warrant items. The meeting, usually limited to the spring, will take place Monday, November 21, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. at the Norwell Middle School. Articles on the warrant most likely will include pressing issues such as funding for the construction of the new police station to be built as an addition to the current Norwell Fire Department headquarters on Washington Street. Other possible articles may concern the Sergeant Samuel Stetson House, Norwell’s oldest residence which is facing the possibility of being demolished. The current owner of the Sergeant Samuel Stetson House has plans for the property, and is waiting on the town to decide if it is worth the risk to try and move the historically significant home. Members of the Norwell Historical Commission, the Community Preservation Committee, the Norwell Cemetery Committee and the Norwell Board of Selectmen agree that efforts should be made to preserve the home. The Town Meeting will likely discuss the idea of purchasing the house and moving it to town-owned property.