State Representative Shawn Dooley was formerly the Town Clerk in the Town of Norfolk, but is not any longer, and has not been for some years. Carol Greene is the current Town Clerk in Norfolk and Anthony Turi is the current Assistant Town Clerk.
Thank you Eileen DeSorgher for knowing and sharing what I did not.
No contested seats
There are no contested races in the Town Election scheduled for March 30. And there is an open seat on the Trust Fund Commission.
Former Town Clerk Carol Mayer recently retired. Town Administrator, Kristine Trierweiler arranged for State Representative Shawn Dooley (who is also the Town of Norfolk, Town Clerk), to help the Town of Medfield in the two-week interim before Jim Mullen takes over as Medfield’s Interim Town Clerk.
The Town of Medfield’s town clerk position will only be officially filled when a new town clerk is elected next year, when Carol Mayer’s three year term ended.
From Kevin Ryder –
I wanted to update you on the status of our work with the consultants from Abacus in regard to a new Park & Rec facility.
We will be hosting a PUBLIC INFO SESSION on Monday, Jan 6, 2020 at 6:30pm at the Pfaff. The goal of this session is to update the public on the process and solicit information from the public about what they want to see in a new facility.
I have attached a flyer to this email. Could you pass the word along to the Selectmen?
Any questions, please let me know
Kevin Ryder, CPRP
Director of Parks & Recreation
Posted on: December 18, 2019
NOMINATION PAPERS FOR TOWN ELEC 3/30/2020
Papers are now available in the Town Clerk’s office for anyone wishing to run for a Town Office. Last day to pick up papers is Feb 10, 2020, same day they are due back for certification. It will be necessary to obtain fifty (50) valid (registered voters) signatures to place your name on the ballot.
Assistant Town Administrator, Nicholas Milano, has created a Facebook page for the Town of Medfield – https://facebook.com/townofmedfield –
I heard the digitization of town annual reports came up in the last selectman’s meeting, and I wanted to let you know that the library digitized all of the reports that we had a while back through the State Library commonwealth digitization project. Here’s the link: https://archives.lib.state.ma.us/handle/2452/427813 and you’re welcome to throw that up on the town website.
Good article by Mike Gleason on Nick in the Medfield Press
It was nice to meet Nick at the Select Board meeting last night.