Monthly Archives: September 2018

BoS 10/2 materials

Here are the back up materials for the meeting on Tuesday  20181002-agenda and materials

Evelyn indicated that they may not be in the best of order (she was having problems with the scanner and had to send them as four separate emails), but once I combined them they read well enough for me to get the gist of things.

TOWN OF MEDFIELD TOWN CLERK MEETING NOTICE rd:. i..; t. I v':::.U , u ~ N OF 1EDFIELO. HASS. POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 3~0!~c§tlfc:J.~823~A_S:,~ENDED. OFF lCE OF THE Board of Selectmen TOWH CLERK Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING Town Hall, Chenery Meeting Room, 211 d floor AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) 7:00 PM Call to order Disclosure of video recording DAY, DA TE, AND TIME Tuesday October 2, 2018@ 7:00 PM We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world Executive Session: Exemption #2: to conduct strategy session in preparation for negotiations with nonunion personnel: discussion and possible vote on compensation and other terms and conditions of an employment agreement to be offered to new Town Administration Kristine Trierweiler, if Board has so-voted Appointment Greg Bonnette: to present proposal to host a Cyclocross Bike Race at the hospital site in December Citizen Comment Action Items Vote to sign November 6, 2018 Election Warrant Letter from Library Trustees requesting permission to not fill the vacancy on their Board at this time Transfer Station and Recycling Committee member Steve Catanese submits his resignation Board of Selectmen are invited to attend Troop 89 Eagle Scout Cou1t of Honor for Justin George Plakias, Eric Robert Plumb, Ian Daniel Gipson, Caillian Jeremiah Sheehy on November 24, 2018 Vote to sign Certificate of Achievement for Eagle Scout Benjamin Lewis Rothstein; Court of Honor to be held October 13, 2018 DPW Director Maurice Goulet requests the Selectmen vote to give him authority him to dispose of Town Surplus Vehicles and Equipment Vote to award Salt Bid Vote to call October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting; new time 7:00PM Vote to open October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Vote to close October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Vote to sign October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Planning Board recommends the Selectmen vote to appoint Teresa James as their representative on the Town Wide Master Planning Committee Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Draft Audit Report for the Wheelock School boiler replacement project Town Planner Sarah Raposa requests the Selectmen vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign the following documents: Grant Agreement for the OCR Recreation Trails Program Grant Agreement for Cultural Facilities Fund Feasibility and Technical Assistance Grant Contract for professional services with MAPC for the Hazard Mitigation Plan update MHP 40B technical assistance applications for Rosebay and Dale Street projects Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Standard Contract Form regarding the $30,000.00 award to provide public awareness and education on suicide prevention Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Standard Contract Form relating to the Town's Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Project. Medfield has received a FEMA award in the amount of$14,625.00 for this project Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign two Federal Procurement Notifications. First for the storm of March 2 and 3, 2018, $45,000; second the storm of March 13 and 14, 2018, $149,000 Discussion Items Fuither discussion and vote on offering Town Administrator position to current Assistant Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler, subject to mutual agreement on compensation and other terms and conditions of an employment agreement Selectmen discuss their position on Special Town Meeting articles Discuss process/schedule for Town Wide Master Plan and composition of committee Potential guidance to Parks & Recreation and Council on Aging concerning building projects Licenses and Permits (Consent Agenda) Church of the Advent requests permission to place signs announcing their annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday November 10, 2018, signs in place October 27 to November I 0 Boy Scout Troop 89 requests permission to place a sign at the Transfer Station announcing their annual Christmas Tree Pick-up and Recycling Program Zullo Gallery Director Bill Pope requests a one-day wine and malt beverage permit for event S01'%WvU-ev~Show~on Saturday October 20, 7-11 PM High School Theatre Society requests permission to post signs announcing their fall performance of "A l-1~ N~~Vve"' (/') '1'>20181002-agenda_Page_2

 

STM 10/29

Mike Sullivan this morning circulated this working draft of the warrant articles for the October 29, 2018 special town meeting (STM):

 

TOWN OF MEDFIELD

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

WARRANT FOR OCTOBER 29, 2018 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

Norfolk, ss.

To the Constables of the Town of Medfield in said County, greetings:

In the name of the Commonwealth, you are directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of the Town of Medfield, qualified to vote in elections and in Town affairs, to meet at the Amos Clark Kingsbury High School Gymnasium, 88R South Street, in said

TOWN OF MEDFIELD

COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS

WARRANT FOR THE OCTOBER 29, 2018 SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

Norfolk, ss.

To the Constables of the Town of Medfield in said County, greetings:

In the name of the Commonwealth, you are directed to notify and warn the inhabitants of the Town of Medfield, qualified to vote in Town Meetings, to meet at the Amos Clark Kingsbury High School Gymnasium, located at 88R South Street in said Medfield on MONDAY THE TWENTY-NINETH day of OCTOBER, A.D., 2018 at 7:30 o’clock P.M., then and there to act on the following articles:

Article 1.   To see if the Town will vote to accept G.L. Chapter 90, Section 17C which authorizes the Board of Selectmen to establish a 25 mph speed limit on any roadway inside a thickly-settled or business district, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 2.   To see if the Town will vote to accept G.L. Chapter 90, Section 18B which authorizes the Board of Selectmen to establish designated safety zones having a 20 mph speed limit, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 3.   To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept a gift of land from the Estate of Carol M. Stockman, consisting of an unimproved parcel of land containing approximately 11.8 acres located on the southerly side of Bridge Street and shown on Medfield Assessors Map 41 as Parcel 14, title references: Norfolk County Registry District, Certificate of Title No. 122183 and Norfolk Probate Court Docket No. 18P1395EA, for conservation purposes, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Town Counsel)

 

Article 4.   To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to lease a portion of Town-owned land at the former Medfield State Hospital,* together with the building(s) thereon to a public or private entity, consistent with the provisions of G.L. Ch. 30B, Section 16 for up to ninety-nine years, upon such  terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen determine to be in Town’s interests for the purpose of developing and operating an arts and cultural center and, if deemed necessary or desirable, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact special legislation authorizing the Town of Medfield to enter into such a lease, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

*NOTE: Awaiting more specific property description.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 5.   To see if the Town will vote to amend the Code of the Town of Medfield Chapter 300 Zoning, Article 14 Administration and Enforcement by adding a new Section 17 as follows:

 

300.14.17 Senior Housing Residential Development Overlay District

 

[Sarah to provide body of amendment]

 

or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 6.   To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to dispose of, by sale or ground lease, a parcel of Town-owned land shown as “Parcel A” on a plan of land captioned “Approval Not Required (ANR) Survey Medfield Senior Center Medfield, Massachusetts” prepared by DiPrete Engineering, 990 Washington Street, Suite 101A, Dedham, MA 02026 dated June 26, 2018 and recorded at Norfolk County Registry of Deeds in Plan Book 672 at Page 75, containing 5.48 acres, according to said plan, together with access and utility easements over, under, and through abutting Town-owned land known as Lot 3, Ice House Road, to a private developer, pursuant to the provisions of G.L. Chapter 30B, Section 16, on such terms and conditions as the Board of Selectmen determine to be in Town’s interests, to develop and construct affordable and/or moderately priced residential housing for seniors and, if deemed necessary or desirable, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to petition the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to enact special legislation to enable said development, and/or construction, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 7.   To see if the Town will vote to propose amendments to the Town Charter to be submitted to the voters at the next annual town meeting for the election of officers for their approval, pursuant to the Home Rule Procedures Act, G.L. Chapter 43B, Section 10 and 11 as follows:

 

Amend Article 3 The Board of Selectmen

Section 3.3 Appointments by adding, in first line, after “Town Administrator”: the Town Clerk, and

 

Amend Article 6 Other Elective Offices

Section 6.1 Elective Offices Designated, by deleting: a. The Town Clerk for a term of three years, and re-lettering the remaining sub-sections.

 

Transitional provision: The foregoing amendments shall take effect upon the completion of the currently-serving Town Clerk’s current elected term,

 

or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 8.   To see if the Town will vote to propose amendments to the Town Charter to be submitted to the voters at the next annual town meeting for the election of officers for their approval, pursuant to the Home Rule Procedures Act, G.L. Chapter 43B, Sections 10 and 11 as follows:

 

Amend Article 2 Legislative Branch: Open Town Meeting Section 2-2 Time of Annual Town Meeting by deleting “last Monday in April” and replacing with: “first Monday in May”, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

 

(Board of Selectmen)

 

Article 9.   To see if the Town will vote to appropriate a sum of money and determine in what manner said sum shall be raised for the purpose of funding the opening of the CENTER at Medfield on Saturdays through June 30th, 2019, including staffing, operating expenses, programming, meals, utilities and other associated costs, or do or take any other action relating thereto.                                                                                                                                                                                                (Council on Aging)

Article 10.  To see if the Town will vote to transfer a sum of money from the balance of funds appropriated for Iron/Manganese removal from the water supply under Article 34 of the 2018 Annual Town Meeting, for the purpose of studying and/or implementing the reduction of unaccounted water in the Town’s water supply, or do or act anything in relation thereto.

(Board of Water and Sewerage)

 

And you are directed to serve the Warrant by posting an attested copy thereof, in the usual places for posting warrants in said Medfield, fourteen days at least before the time of holding said Special Town Meeting.

 

Hereof fail not and make due return of this Warrant with your doings thereon, unto the Town Clerk at the time and place of the Special Town Meeting aforesaid. Given unto our hands this        day of October, Two-Thousand and Eighteen.

 

Michael T. Marcucci /s/

 

Gustave H. Murby /s/

 

Osler L. Peterson /s/

BOARD OF SELECTMEN

 

By virtue of this Warrant, I have notified and warned the Inhabitants of the Town of Medfield, qualified to vote in elections and at town meetings, by posting attested copies of the same at five public places fourteen days before the date of the Special Town Meeting as within directed.

 

Constable:

 

Date:

 

A TRUE COPY ATTEST:

Carol A. Mayer, CMC /s/

Town Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BoS 10/2

I will post the back up materials as soon as I get them.

TOWN OF MEDFIELD TOWN CLERK MEETING NOTICE rd:. i..; t. I v':::.U , u ~ N OF 1EDFIELO. HASS. POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 3~0!~c§tlfc:J.~823~A_S:,~ENDED. OFF lCE OF THE Board of Selectmen TOWH CLERK Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING Town Hall, Chenery Meeting Room, 211 d floor AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) 7:00 PM Call to order Disclosure of video recording DAY, DA TE, AND TIME Tuesday October 2, 2018@ 7:00 PM We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world Executive Session: Exemption #2: to conduct strategy session in preparation for negotiations with nonunion personnel: discussion and possible vote on compensation and other terms and conditions of an employment agreement to be offered to new Town Administration Kristine Trierweiler, if Board has so-voted Appointment Greg Bonnette: to present proposal to host a Cyclocross Bike Race at the hospital site in December Citizen Comment Action Items Vote to sign November 6, 2018 Election Warrant Letter from Library Trustees requesting permission to not fill the vacancy on their Board at this time Transfer Station and Recycling Committee member Steve Catanese submits his resignation Board of Selectmen are invited to attend Troop 89 Eagle Scout Cou1t of Honor for Justin George Plakias, Eric Robert Plumb, Ian Daniel Gipson, Caillian Jeremiah Sheehy on November 24, 2018 Vote to sign Certificate of Achievement for Eagle Scout Benjamin Lewis Rothstein; Court of Honor to be held October 13, 2018 DPW Director Maurice Goulet requests the Selectmen vote to give him authority him to dispose of Town Surplus Vehicles and Equipment Vote to award Salt Bid Vote to call October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting; new time 7:00PM Vote to open October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Vote to close October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Vote to sign October 29, 2018 Special Town Meeting Warrant Planning Board recommends the Selectmen vote to appoint Teresa James as their representative on the Town Wide Master Planning Committee Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Draft Audit Report for the Wheelock School boiler replacement project Town Planner Sarah Raposa requests the Selectmen vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign the following documents: Grant Agreement for the OCR Recreation Trails Program Grant Agreement for Cultural Facilities Fund Feasibility and Technical Assistance Grant Contract for professional services with MAPC for the Hazard Mitigation Plan update MHP 40B technical assistance applications for Rosebay and Dale Street projects Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Standard Contract Form regarding the $30,000.00 award to provide public awareness and education on suicide prevention Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign Standard Contract Form relating to the Town's Hazard Mitigation Plan Update Project. Medfield has received a FEMA award in the amount of$14,625.00 for this project Selectmen are requested to vote to authorize Chairman Marcucci to sign two Federal Procurement Notifications. First for the storm of March 2 and 3, 2018, $45,000; second the storm of March 13 and 14, 2018, $149,000 Discussion Items Fuither discussion and vote on offering Town Administrator position to current Assistant Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler, subject to mutual agreement on compensation and other terms and conditions of an employment agreement Selectmen discuss their position on Special Town Meeting articles Discuss process/schedule for Town Wide Master Plan and composition of committee Potential guidance to Parks & Recreation and Council on Aging concerning building projects Licenses and Permits (Consent Agenda) Church of the Advent requests permission to place signs announcing their annual Holiday Bazaar on Saturday November 10, 2018, signs in place October 27 to November I 0 Boy Scout Troop 89 requests permission to place a sign at the Transfer Station announcing their annual Christmas Tree Pick-up and Recycling Program Zullo Gallery Director Bill Pope requests a one-day wine and malt beverage permit for event S01'%WvU-ev~Show~on Saturday October 20, 7-11 PM High School Theatre Society requests permission to post signs announcing their fall performance of "A l-1~ N~~Vve"' (/') '1'>20181002-agenda_Page_2

 

New Warrant Committee appointments

Scott McDermott, Town Moderator, has announced today his appointments to the Warrant Committee and also sent along a summary of all his appointments over his entire term in office.

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Good morning Carol:

 

I hope all is well at the Town House.  Attached please find my letter of appointment for Warrant Committee members in FY2019.  I am very pleased to appoint Jeremy Marsette and Newton Thompson to succeed Barbara Gips and Nick Athanasiadis – and I express my sincere appreciation for the contributions of Barbara and Nick to the Town of Medfield.

 

This year, uniquely, I will be making a second round of appointments after our Special Town Meeting at the end of October.

 

As always, thank you for your consideration.

 

Best,

 

Scott

Town Moderator

Town of Medfield

 

September 24, 2018 Carol Mayer, Town Clerk Town of Medfield Medfield MA 02052 Re: Appointments to the Warrant Committee Dear Ms. Mayer: I am very pleased to make the appointment of Newton Thompson to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Newton will succeed Nikolaos Athanasiadis for a term expiring in 2021. I am also very pleased to make the appointment of Jeremy Marsette to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Jeremy will succeed Barbara Gips for a term expiring in 2020. On behalf of the town, I thank Barbara and Nick for their excellent service and deep commitment to Medfield. I am very pleased to re-appoint of John E. (Jack) Wolfe and Thomas C. Marie to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield for terms ending in 2021. The following represents the current composition of our committee as it prepares to address the business of the town for a Special Town Meeting now scheduled for October 29, 2018: Abby Marble of 16 Pheasant Hill [term expires 2019] Thomas Mulvoy of 11 Donnelly Drive [term expires 2019] Joanna Hilvert of 14 Pueblo Road [term expires 2019] Jeremy Marsette of 62 Colonial Road [term expires 2020] Sharon Kingsley Tatro of 12 West Street [term expires 2020] Michael E. Pastore of 6 Liberty Road [term expires 2020] John E. (Jack) Wolfe of 17 Harding Street [term expires 2021] Newton H. Thompson of 5 Evergreen Way [term expires 2021] Thomas C. Marie of 72 Pine Street [term expires 2021] Following the Special Town Meeting next month, I will be accepting the resignations of Abby Marble, Thomas Mulvoy, and Thomas Marie and will be making three appointments of new members to fulfill their terms and serve the town through Fiscal Year 2019 and beyond. As always, thank you for your consideration. Very truly yours, Scott F. McDermott Scott F. McDermott cc: Town Administrator Board of Selectman Warrant Committee TOWN OF MEDFIELD Scott F. McDermott Town Moderator

September 24, 2018 Carol Mayer, Town Clerk Town of Medfield Medfield MA 02052 Re: Appointments to the Warrant Committee Dear Ms. Mayer: I am very pleased to make the appointment of Newton Thompson to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Newton will succeed Nikolaos Athanasiadis for a term expiring in 2021. I am also very pleased to make the appointment of Jeremy Marsette to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Jeremy will succeed Barbara Gips for a term expiring in 2020. On behalf of the town, I thank Barbara and Nick for their excellent service and deep commitment to Medfield. I am very pleased to re-appoint of John E. (Jack) Wolfe and Thomas C. Marie to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield for terms ending in 2021. The following represents the current composition of our committee as it prepares to address the business of the town for a Special Town Meeting now scheduled for October 29, 2018: Abby Marble of 16 Pheasant Hill [term expires 2019] Thomas Mulvoy of 11 Donnelly Drive [term expires 2019] Joanna Hilvert of 14 Pueblo Road [term expires 2019] Jeremy Marsette of 62 Colonial Road [term expires 2020] Sharon Kingsley Tatro of 12 West Street [term expires 2020] Michael E. Pastore of 6 Liberty Road [term expires 2020] John E. (Jack) Wolfe of 17 Harding Street [term expires 2021] Newton H. Thompson of 5 Evergreen Way [term expires 2021] Thomas C. Marie of 72 Pine Street [term expires 2021] Following the Special Town Meeting next month, I will be accepting the resignations of Abby Marble, Thomas Mulvoy, and Thomas Marie and will be making three appointments of new members to fulfill their terms and serve the town through Fiscal Year 2019 and beyond. As always, thank you for your consideration. Very truly yours, Scott F. McDermott Scott F. McDermott cc: Town Administrator Board of Selectman Warrant Committee TOWN OF MEDFIELD Scott F. McDermott Town Moderator September 24, 2018 Carol Mayer, Town Clerk Town of Medfield Medfield MA 02052 Re: Appointments to the Warrant Committee Dear Ms. Mayer: I am very pleased to make the appointment of Newton Thompson to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Newton will succeed Nikolaos Athanasiadis for a term expiring in 2021. I am also very pleased to make the appointment of Jeremy Marsette to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield. Jeremy will succeed Barbara Gips for a term expiring in 2020. On behalf of the town, I thank Barbara and Nick for their excellent service and deep commitment to Medfield. I am very pleased to re-appoint of John E. (Jack) Wolfe and Thomas C. Marie to the Warrant Committee of the Town of Medfield for terms ending in 2021. The following represents the current composition of our committee as it prepares to address the business of the town for a Special Town Meeting now scheduled for October 29, 2018: Abby Marble of 16 Pheasant Hill [term expires 2019] Thomas Mulvoy of 11 Donnelly Drive [term expires 2019] Joanna Hilvert of 14 Pueblo Road [term expires 2019] Jeremy Marsette of 62 Colonial Road [term expires 2020] Sharon Kingsley Tatro of 12 West Street [term expires 2020] Michael E. Pastore of 6 Liberty Road [term expires 2020] John E. (Jack) Wolfe of 17 Harding Street [term expires 2021] Newton H. Thompson of 5 Evergreen Way [term expires 2021] Thomas C. Marie of 72 Pine Street [term expires 2021] Following the Special Town Meeting next month, I will be accepting the resignations of Abby Marble, Thomas Mulvoy, and Thomas Marie and will be making three appointments of new members to fulfill their terms and serve the town through Fiscal Year 2019 and beyond. As always, thank you for your consideration. Very truly yours, Scott F. McDermott Scott F. McDermott cc: Town Administrator Board of Selectman Warrant Committee TOWN OF MEDFIELD Scott F. McDermott Town Moderator APPOINTMENTS TO THE MEDFIELD WARRANT COMMITTEE 2003-2018 In accordance with the Medfield Town Charter, the Moderator has the duty and privilege of appointing the members to the Warrant Committee. The Warrant Committee serves an exceptionally important role in the legislative, administrative, and financial activities of the Town of Medfield. The committee reviews, evaluates, and makes recommendations to the Town Meeting regarding all warrant articles including the annual town operating and capital budgets. The Warrant Committee further fulfills all the duties and responsibilities of a finance committee as stipulated in the Massachusetts General Laws. Medfield’s Warrant Committee has a proud and dedicated heritage of excellent service to Medfield founded upon collaborative engagement, prudent deliberation, open dialogue, study and inquiry, and experience and insights. The following is a list of Warrant Committee members I have proudly appointed or re-appointed in my sixteen terms as Medfield’s Moderator. I thank all of them for their special dedication and commitment. Nikolaos Athanasiadis Joanne Bragg Stephen S. Curran Edward P. Doherty Martha Festa David Fischer Mark Fisher Barbara Gips Richard E. Gordet Diane Hallisey Joanna Hilvert William Johnson Abby Marble Michael T. Marcucci Thomas C. Marie Jeremy Marsette Robert Morrill Debbie Mozer Thomas Mulvoy Gustave H. Murby Timothy Nugent Michael Pastore Stephen Pelosi Randy Rogers Victoria Schepps Thomas J. Schlesinger James O’Shaughnessy James Shannon Robert M. Skloff Caroline Standley Catherine Steever Gregory Sullivan Sharon Kinglsey Tatro Newton H. Thompson Maryalice Whalen Mary Wilson John (Jack) Wolfe TOWN OF MEDFIELD Scott F. McDermott Town Moderator Respectfully submitted: Scott F. McDermott

Movie about HOPE

Suicide The Ripple Effect

Tickets are available at the door (anyone with an inability to pay is welcome)!

This is a film about HOPE.

It is appropriate for high schoolers with a parent/guardian.

 

Movie this Wednesday on surviving suicide, presented by MCSP

Email received today  from Anna Mae O’Shea Brooke, of the Medfield Coalition for Suicide Prevention –

Suicide The Ripple Effect

Please note that our MCSP screening of Suicide: The Ripple Effect is this Wednesday, September 26 at 7pm at the Medfield High School Auditorium….PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD through your networks!

Tickets can be purchased HERE.

The screening will be followed by a Q&A discussion with panelists from Interface, Riverside Trauma Center, Samaritans and MYO.

We need a bit of help with set-up, registration, etc…if you can help that night, it would be very much appreciated!

Signup here to help.

 

Many thanks!!!

Anna Mae

Inaugural issue of “The Works”

Just received the inaugural issue of the Medfield DPW’s newsletter, The Works.  Kudos to Moe and the DPW employees involved – publishing a newsletter is an excellent idea, and this one is informative and gets we residents up to date –

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Gentlemen,

We have developed a quarterly newsletter to update yourselves and the Medfield residents on the happenings in the DPW.  I’m planning to run updates in Jan, April, July and Oct. for the foreseeable future. It will be posted on-line to our website and put out on Twitter later today. We will do our best to publish relevant information on projects, events and developments throughout the year. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments regarding the structure and content of the newsletter.

Thank you.

Maurice G. Goulet

Director of Public Works

Medfield, Massachusetts

Gentlemen, We have developed a quarterly newsletter to update yourselves and the Medfield residents on the happenings in the DPW. I'm planning to run updates in Jan, April, July and Oct. for the foreseeable future. It will be posted on-line to our website and put out on Twitter later today. We will do our best to publish relevant information on projects, events and developments throughout the year. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments regarding the structure and content of the newsletter. Thank you. -- Maurice G. Goulet Director of Public Works Medfield, Massachusetts20180920-The Works October 2018_Page_220180920-The Works October 2018_Page_3