BoS agenda for 5/21


TOWN OF MEDFIELD

MEETING
NOTICE

TOWN CLERK
POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 39 SECTION 23A AS AMENDED.
Board of Selectmen
Board or Committee
PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME
Town hall, Chenery Meeting Room, 2nd floor Tuesday May 21,2013 @ 7:00 PM
AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)
7:00 PM Robb Gregg, Vine lake Cemetery
Update Selectmen on activities including Arbor Day and tree plantings
7:15 PM Town Counsel Mark Cerel
Discuss general contractor and demolition contracts pertaining to the
construction of Town Garage
ACTION
Selectmen received invitation from the Town of Medway to view their 300th Anniversary Parade
on Saturday September 21,2013
Discuss draft of Board of Selectmen Annual Calendar
LICENSES & PERMITS
Medfield High School Best Buddies Club requests permission to hold a fundraising car wash behind
Town Hall Saturday June 8, 9 AM to 1 PM
MEDFIELD STATE HOSPITAL STATUS UPDATE
Discuss the makeup of the State Hospital Redevelopment Committee

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Town of Medway
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
155 Village Street, Medway MA 02053
(508) 533-3264 • FAX: (508) 321-4988
Mark Fisher, Chair
Medfield Board of Selectmen
459 Main Street
Medfield, MA 02052
Dear Mr. Fisher,

This year, the Town of Medway is celebrating its 300th anniversary. First
settled in 1657, it was incorporated as an independent community in October
1713. Until that time Medway was part of Medfield, forming its western border.
In recognition of our tercentennial, Medway has planned a number of
commemorative events. One of the premier events will be the Tercentennial
Parade, which will take place at 1 PM on Saturday, September 21,2013.
Eighteen bands are scheduled to perform in the procession and we anticipate the
parade duration to be approximately two hours.
It is with distinct pleasure to invite you on behalf of the Town of Medway and
the Medway 300 Committee to observe the parade at our viewing stand, located
at the terminus ofthe parade route.
We would be honored to have your participation in what is sure to be a highlight
of our yearlong celebration. We appreciate your consideration of our invitation
and look forward to hearing from you. Please contact Allison Potter, Board of
Selectmen’s office, at 508-533-3264 or apotter@townofmedway.org to let us
know if you will be joining us.

Selectman and Co-Chairman
Medway 300 Committee
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MEDFIELD SELECTMEN

Town of Medfield
Board of Selectmen Annual Calendar

May
June
Third Tuesday
• Review proposed annual calendar
• Begin discussion of goals for upcoming year
• Decide how to address Ice House Road land use and/or
appoint a committee to review and make recommendations
• Schedule neighborhood visitations
First Tuesday
• Meet with State Hospital Reuse committee to discuss
Sales Partnership Model and Negotiation Committee
• Meet with Personnel Board to discuss merit pay plan
implementation and Town Administrator review
Third Tuesday
• Meet with Permanent Planning & Building Committee DPW
Superintendent, Chief of Police and Fire Chief to review
town garage and police/fire projects
• Vote goals for upcoming year
• Evaluate Town Administrator
July
First Tuesday
• Meet with Downtown Study Committee, Medfield Cultural
Council and MEMO to discuss downtown refurbishment
• Meet with Historic Commission and Historic District
Commission to discuss historic districts and preservation
and re-use of significant historic properties
Third Tuesday
• Meet with Cemetery Commissioners
• Meet with Insurance Advisory Committee to discuss Health
Insurance Plans
• Meet with Gus Murby to discuss OPEB funding schedule
August
First Tuesday
• Review and vote on managerial merit recommendations
• Meet with Veterans’ Service Officer for update
Third Tuesday
• Meet with Park & Recreation Commissioners, Conservation
Commission, Open Space Committee, Board of Health,
Lyme Disease Committee and Animal Control Officer to
discuss land acquisition policy, land and field maintenance
issues, animal control issues, wetlands, storm-water
management, mosquito control, beaver control and land
use issues
September
First Tuesday
• Update from Permanent Planning and Building Committee
• Discussion with Warrant Committee on fy15 budget policy
Third Tuesday
• Meet with Treasurer to sign bonds for town garage
construction and file conversion for motor vehicle excise
• Meet with Board of Assessors for update on property
revaluation, file conversions for motor vehicle excise and
tax work-off programs
Fourth Tuesday
October
• Review of State Hospital environmental clean-up and re-use
with SHREC, State Hospital Re-use Committee and
Negotiating Committee
First Tuesday
• Meet with School Committee and Superintendent of
Schools
• Fiscal 13 year-end budget report
• Establish budgetary guidelines for fy15
Third Tuesday
• Meet with Solid Waste Committee
• Meet with Water and Sewerage Board
Fourth Tuesday
November
• Discussion of Public Safety issues with Chief of Police, Fire
Chief and Outreach Workers
First Thursday
• Meet with DPW Superintendent of Public Works, Tree
Warden, Cemetery Commissioners and Director of Parks
and Recreation
Third Thursday
• Budget Kick-off meeting with Warrant Committee
• Review OPEB actuarial study and status of Norfolk County
Retirement System funding schedule with Treasurer and
Town Accountant
• Fy14 tax rate up-date from Board of Assessors, Assistant
Assessor, Treasurer/Collector, and Town Accountant

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car wash for Best Buddies – medfield. net – SmarterMaii
Hi,
The Best Buddies Club at Medfield High School is proposing a fundraising
car wash to be held on June 8th from 9-1 behind the Medfield Town House.
The Medfield Chapter needs to raise funds for the 2013-2014 school year.
The funds will be used for chapter dues as well as events to raise
awareness about students with disabilities. Below is some information
about Best Buddies.
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Best Buddies® is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to
establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for
one-to-one friendships, integrated employment and leadership development
for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (lDD).
Founded in 1989 by Anthony K. Shriver, Best Buddies is a vibrant,
international organization that has grown from one original chapter to
almost 1,500 middle school, high school, and college chapters worldwide.
Best Buddies programs engage participants in each of the 50 United States,
and in 50 countries around the world.
Best BuddiesD eight formal programs D Middle Schools, High Schools,
Colleges, Citizens, e-Buddies®, Jobs, Ambassadors, and Promoters 0
positively impact nearly 700,000 individuals with and without disabilities
worldwide. Best Buddies volunteers annually contribute, at no cost to
their communities, support services that equate to more than $168 million
USD.
As a result of their involvement with Best Buddies, people with IDD secure
rewarding jobs, live on their own, become inspirational leaders, and make
lifelong friendships. Although Best Buddies has advanced tremendously in
its short existence, many areas of the country and many regions of the
world still lack programs to help people with IDD become part of
mainstream society. With that in mind, Best Buddies is systematically
implementing its 2020 Initiative, which will witness the organizationOs
continued significant growth, both domestically and overseas
Patricia Mullen
Special Education Coordinator
Medfield High School
88R South Street
Medfield, MA 02052
(508)359-4367 ext. 1100

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