I hold regular monthly office hours via calling in to 508-359-9190 on the first Friday of every month from 9:00 to 10:00 AM.
Residents are welcome to call to talk about any town matters.
I can be reached via 508-359-9190 or this blog, where any schedule changes will be posted.
We highly recommend that the Dale Street Committee move forward to
make this project net zero carbon emissions.
Constructing a new building for zero fossil fuels must be done now, or
systems will have to be reconfigured at very high expense in the not too
distant future. Medfield is planning Dale Street for the town’s future so we
must incorporate a net zero goal at this time.
Governor Baker has committed to a close-to-net zero carbon emissions in
2050 for all of Massachusetts. The time is now to make this commitment in
Medfield and to design for the future.
By this document MEC is showing that other communities have made a
commitment to Net Zero buildings, and that many new schools are
explicitly modeling for this objective.
As options are reviewed with costs, financing, incentives, and energy
expenses projected, we are optimistic that, as has been demonstrated in
other towns, Medfield can construct a net zero building at a very
reasonable net cost, or even net profit. This is an exciting time for
innovation in this field and making this happen will require many in the
community to learn about new technology. Doing this for this large and
important school construction project will allow Medfield to take a major
first step in moving toward a net zero footprint.
Please let us know where and when we can further discuss this topic and
when this commitment can be included in the planning for Dale Street and
how it will be evaluated.
The MEC stands ready to help research and support this component of the
Agenda for this evening appears below, and the back up materials (including the warrant articles for the annual town meeting) can be accessed here – 20200526-agenda & materials