BoS 1/15

TOWN OF MEDFIELD MEETING NOTICE I POSTED: 1 u 111 ·i if MEDFIELD. MASS. ZJ l9 JAN l l P 12: 08 POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 39 SECTIONl,2.JAASAMENDED. 1 1- 11 ct u r l HE ·1- (d' I.,', ,I ibiil Lf'. LERK Board of Selectmen Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME Town Hall, Chenery Meeting Room 2"d floor Tuesday January 15, 2019@ 7:00 PM 7 :00 PM Call to order Disclosure of video recording AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world Appointments 7:00 PM Michael Taylor Discuss Medfield Rail Trail and Warrant Article 7:20 PM Robb Gregg, Chair of Medfield's Peak House Heritage Center Discuss remediation ofthe Peak House Tencenterary Sign; request Selectmen vote to sign letter of endorsement addressed to MassDot to correct the sign; request Selectmen identify a stakeholder to the Peak House Heritage Center, preferably from within Town Administration 7:40 PM Residents Kimberly Gargano and Denise DePiero Discuss the safety oversight of the Westwood Gun Club and the Club's expansion 8:15 PM Barbara Gips, Jack Wolfe, Richard Scullary Present Senior Housing Survey Results Citizen Comment Action Items Vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign contract form and contractor authorized signatory listing form pertaining to the Student Awareness of Fire Education grant, in the amount of $4,154.00 Selectmen are requested to vote to appoint Jared Gustafson as Associate Member of the Zoning Board of Appeals and as recommended by the ZBA Discussion Item Review draft copy of 2019 A TM Articles Pending Discuss Town Wide Master Planning Committee appointment of members: Teresa James Roberta Lynch Citizens at Large Jessica Reilly Kevin Ryder Jay Duncan Mary McCarthy William Harvey Jerry Potts Tom Erb Philip Stashenko Continued discussion regarding Historical Society outstanding water bill Town Administrator Update Review Board of Selectmen Action List Selectmen Report Informational Representative Denise Garlick "Report to the Community" to be held Thursday January 31, 2019 at the Public Safety Building beginning at 7:15 PM Medfield Police League and Collective Bargaining From Norfolk County Retirement System, FY2020 appropriation figures Resignation letter from Michael J. Clancy member of the Council on Aging Board Z.Cfe0LJ{_ I- (( ~ (( - -{ ~:;:; C:>-r1 ~.;CJ :£. f 7f ,... . ., ~-~ D fTJ -11 ;u-1 :~ ::r: rrt ,__ c c:.:· .. ,._., "-= ~ · L . c:. :l.'."r · - ·1 ;;!:. ..., .. --·· ~P rr:c CJI' ~ ;: ~o r•1r--1 r-ci r-:1 r;-;i 3: );> Cl Cf) ...D Ul20190115-agenda_page_2

Nominate your favorite volunteer by 1/31

Why are all these people smiling?

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The 2017 Medfield Foundation Volunteer Awards nominees. Back row: Tracey Rogers, Tracy Fedak, Anne Phipps, Nancy Irwin, and Mary Pat McSharry. Front row: Jim and Patti Schwartz, Jean Mineo, and Lily Doctoroff. (Photo courtesy Colleen Sullivan)

They are smiling because they just listened to the moving vignettes told by and about them at the 2017 Medfield Foundation Volunteer Awards!

To submit your nomination, please go to:

All submissions must be submitted by January 31, 2019.

The 2019 Volunteer Awards reception will be held on Sunday, March 31, 2019, from 3:00 to 5:00 in the afternoon, at The Center at Medfield, One Ice House Road, Medfield. The Medfield Foundation Board Members welcome attendance by all townspeople and guarantee attendees will be moved and inspired.

Applaud commitment to community. Recognize those who give where they live. Nominate your neighbor today!


Brothers Marketplace & Roche Bros. generously sponsored the Volunteer Awards

Rep. Garlick invites all to her report on 1/31

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Hi Pete.

I hope this finds you well! As you may know, Rep. Garlick’s Report to the Community is coming up on Thursday, January 31st.

Please feel free to share this on your blog if you would like!  A flyer is attached for your convenience and here is the information:

All are welcome to Representative Garlick’s annual Report to the Medfield Community Thursday, January 31, 2019 from 7:15 – 8:30 PM at the Medfield Public Safety Building.

The main topics will be a review of the work and events of 2018, and a preview of 2019.

The evening’s schedule will include:

  • Reception (7:15-7:30)
  • Report (7:30-8:00)
  • Questions and Discussion (8:00-8:30)

Additional Information available at and by contacting Rep. Denise Garlick, State House, 617-722-2200, Boston, MA.

Anne Weinstein

District Director 

Office of Representative Denise C. Garlick

State House, Room 33

Boston, MA 02133


REPRES EN TATIVE DENISE C . GARLICK 13TH NORFOLK DISTRICT NEEDHAM. DOVER. MEDFIELD Olsler Peterson 10 Copperwood Rd Medfield, MA 02052 tn4~ filnmmnnfu~alf4 nf Jllitmn1ar4uz~ffz ~nus:e nf ~:epr:es:enfafhrns ~fof:e ~nuz:e, ~nsfan n2133, 1D54 CHA IR J OINT C OMMITTEE ON M ENTAL H EALTH. S u esTANCE U se AND R ecovrnv STATE HOUSE. ROOM 33 TEL. (617) 722-2060 Email: De nise .Garlic Deary. C?.JL_ ,, Happy healthy New Year to you and yours! As your State Representative for Medfield (Precincts 1 & 2), I am pleased to once again invite you to the "Representative's Report to the Community: 2018 the Year in Review and 2019 the Year in Preview." As you.~ Repres".!ntative, I am actively engaged in the establishment of public policy, the deveI6pment of the budget for our communities and the Commonwealth, as well as a myriad ~f issues and concerns: .~oth municipal and personal to the residents of Medfield. )tis with a great"sense ofrespo~sibility and accountability that I am "reporting back" to· the community of Medfield • ~ • • .. I ; • Our.format for the· evening is as follows: Medfield Public Safety Building 112 North Street Thursday, January 31, 2019 7 :15pm-8:30pm 7:15 pm-7:30 pm Reception 7:30 pm- 8:00 pm Report 8:00 pm -8:30 pm Qmstions and Dismssion Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. I honor your service· to the wonderful community of Medfield, and I am grateful for our wo~J

Volunteer on a Town of Medfield committee

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Resolve in 2019 to get more involved in your community

The following Town of Medfield committees are looking for new members:

  • Medfield Energy Committee 
  • Conservation Committee
  • Council on Aging 
  • Master Planning Committee
  • Transfer Station and Recycling Committee


The Master Planning Committee is only just forming, so joining now gets you in from its first meeting – then lay out for the rest of us how the town should both develop and look in the future.


Suicide QPR training 1/26

The newly-formed Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention (“MCSP”) invites interested community members to attend a FREE suicide prevention training taught by Riverside Trauma Center. The training is intended to help address this public health crisis by rais-ing awareness of suicidal behavior and teaching tools that can help prevent suicide. This training is open to adults of all ages. Content will be broad and will cover suicide prevention across the lifespan. Saturday, January 26, 2019 10:30 am—12:30 pm Medfield Public Library 468 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052 FREE to the Public For questions, contact Medfield Youth Outreach at If you are inclined to financially support the MCSP, please consider making a donation through the Medfield Foundation Network for Good page at and designate that the donation go to the Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention. RSVP not required, but kindly appreciated. To RSVP, please visit:

MFi Volunteer Awards in the news

The Medfield Foundation Volunteer Awards are in the news!


This post was contributed by a community member.
The MFi Opens Nominations for 2019 Volunteer Awards

The following provided by Kerry McManama, Medfield Foundation, Inc.

The Medfield Foundation Opens Nominations for 2019 Volunteer Awards

The Medfield Foundation (MFi) is pleased to announce the opening of nominations for its twelfth annual Volunteer Awards. The Volunteer Awards, a Medfield Foundation initiative, celebrates the extraordinary efforts of passionate citizens whose works have made a marked difference in Medfield residents’ quality of life.


Nominations of your special volunteer can be made on-line via this link –


MCAP’s “Partners in Prevention” at Library 1/12

Annette Anderson, RPh, a Medfield CVS pharmacist, routinely educates parents, youth, and senior citizens about the safe use of prescription medication and provides vital information to consider as a patient. Using the CVS Health “Prescription for Parents” curriculum, she will share information about the effects of prescription drugs on the body and brain, the science behind addiction, resources available for those who need treatment, and how to feel comfortable having a discussion with your children about safe use. This training is free for all adults and is sponsored by Medfield Cares About Prevention. For more information about this community coalition, please visit RSVP is not required but is appreciated: Questions? Contact Medfield Youth Outreach at Prescription for Parents: A CVS Presentation A joint partnership of Medfield Cares About Prevention and Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention PARTNERS IN PREVENTION PARENT TRAINING SERIES: JANUARY 2019 Saturday, January 12, 2019 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Medfield Public Library 468 Main Street Medfield, MA 02052