Permanent Planning and Building Committee (posted Sept 28, 2022)
If interested in a board or committee that is not listed, or not sure which one might be the best fit, please contact Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler to discuss further and learn more. Kristine Trierweiler can be reached at email@example.com
Email from Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler about an improvement at the Town House. Making town services better all the time. Thanks to Georgia Colivas, Moe Goulet, and Bobby Kennedy, Jr.!
With the increase of people using the drop box at the town hall, Georgia worked with Bobby and Moe to move the box so that people can now drive up to use the box. This is not only more convenient, handicapped accessible and overall a much safer option.
We are now working on an additional “walk up” box for the front of town hall where we see more walking traffic.
Melissa is both a nurse at a downtown hospital and a member of the Town of Medfield’s Board of Health. The Board of Health has been providing our town historically unprecedented, diligent services this past year because of COVID-19.
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This email this afternoon from Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler –
“We have received numerous inquiries today about dropping off absentee ballots and/or ballot applications at the Town Hall. Anyone who would like to drop it off with us directly may do so using the Green Drop- Box in the rear of Town Hall. The box underwent a makeover recently and is ready for a busy fall! “
Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler and other town employees are moving their office functions outside, to encourage resident interaction and use of the town services. This afternoon Kris (left) and Kathy VandenBoom, Director of Human Resources, were holding court in front of the Town House front entrance.
During my visit, I waited in line behind Matt McCormack and his son, and then this user dropped off his vote by mail request in the USPS mail box on the table, went inside to sign the Town Clerk’s warrant for the upcoming primary election, to sign the weekly town spending warrants, and to pick up the Medfield Foundation’s mail.
Kris posts on Twitter when the outside office is available – it has recently been several times a week. Look for them out front.
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The Town of Medfield is committed to helping local businesses through this unprecedented challenge but we need your input on how we can be of assistance. It has been remarkable seeing how adaptive local business has been. Please use THIS GOOGLE FORM so we can identify and support the needs of our business community.
Additionally, please update our Medfield Open For Business Google Doc with details of your offerings as well. We have enabled comments/suggestions feature on this document. We are encouraging both business owners/managers and customers to alert us of a change by adding a comment or suggestion to this document.
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I have been thinking this morning about the Town of Medfield employees who provide we residents with the services that allow our lives to continue with as much semblance of normalcy as possible at all times, but most especially in these truly unsettling circumstances we are currently experiencing. Our water goes on, public safety continues to serve us, the Transfer Station even added Sunday openings, and all the town government systems continue to function, if behind a digital curtain, all so that we residents can continue our lives.
The town employees are providing essential services, so while they likely share the same unease that envelopes us all, they continue to work their jobs. I wanted to publicly share with the Town of Medfield employees my sincere appreciation for their efforts and to thank them.
I am extremely appreciative of what all the town employees are doing now, working under difficult circumstances – I want to let them all know just how much this one resident, one who tries hard to observe closely the functioning of the town government so as to understand it as well as possible, truly appreciates what our team of town employees are accomplishing for we residents.
I started this blog to share the interesting and useful information that I saw while doing my job as a Medfield select board member. I thought that my fellow Medfield residents would also find that information interesting and useful as well. This blog is my effort to assist in creating a system to push the information out from the Town House to residents. Let me know if you have any thoughts on how it can be done better.
For information on my other job as an attorney (personal injury, civil litigation, estate planning and administration, and real estate), please feel free to contact me at 617-969-1500 or Osler.Peterson@OslerPeterson.com.