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Posted on: December 23, 2019

Transfer Station Holiday Hours

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The MTS will be open the following holiday hours:

Tuesday, December 24, 2019 OPEN 9-4

Wednesday, December 25, 2019 CLOSED

Thursday, December 26, 2019 OPEN 9-4

Friday, December 27, 2019 OPEN 9-4

Saturday, December 28, 2019 OPEN 9-4

Wednesday, January 1, 2019 CLOSED 

Friday, January 3, 2020 OPEN 9-4

Saturday, January 4, 2020 OPEN 9-4

MCAP Receives $625K Grant

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MCAP Announces Receipt of $625K Federal Grant

The Medfield Cares About Prevention (MCAP) substance abuse prevention coalition, a Medfield Foundation Initiative, announced that it was awarded a FY 2019 Drug-Free Communities Support Program grant in the amount of $625,000 over five years by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, in cooperation with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. This grant will allow the coalition to hire a full-time prevention coordinator who will carry out evidence-based strategies aimed at preventing youth substance use in the Medfield community. Superintendent of the Medfield Public Schools and MCAP coalition member, Dr. Jeff Marsden, responded to the news of the grant award: "I'm so happy for our kids and community that we will have someone dedicated to substance use prevention. The collective efforts of MCAP really came through for our community and our district looks forward to this important work." Medfield is honored to receive this grant and is prepared to launch a proactive and comprehensive effort to decrease substance use. The goals of the Medfield Cares About Prevention coalition are to establish and strengthen community collaboration in support of local efforts to decrease youth substance use. The coalition will seek to achieve its goals by implementing the following strategies: providing information and support, enhancing skills, providing incentives and disincentives for youth substance use, changing the physical environment, and modifying policies. The coalition will specifically target alcohol and electronic vapor products and will promote positive alternatives to substance use through community collaboration. This successful grant application was made possible by the tireless efforts of coalition members, as well as by a coalition consultant, Amanda Decker of Bright Solutions Consulting. MCAP was able to contract with Bright Solutions Consulting thanks to a generous grant from the Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund, an endowed fund of the Foundation for MetroWest. Securing this mini grant of $5,000 positioned MCAP to secure grant writing consultation services and set the coalition up for a successful award of the DFC grant.

Arrowstreet is the top rated architect for the new Dale Street School

Deborah B. Goldberg James A. MacDonald John K. McCarthy Chairman, State Treasurer Chief Executive Officer Executive Director / Deputy CEO 40 Broad Street, Suite 500 ● Boston, MA 02109 ● Phone: 617-720-4466 ● November 6, 2019 Mr. Gus Murby, Chair Board of Selectmen Medfield Board of Selectmen 59 Main Street Medfield, MA 02052 RE: Designer Selection Dale Street Elementary School MSBA ID: 201701750005 Dear Mr. Murby: On Tuesday, November 5, 2019, the Massachusetts School Building Authority Designer Selection Panel ("DSP") interviewed the finalists for the above-referenced project. The following individuals represented the Town of Medfield on the DSP: • Jeffrey Marsden, Superintendent of Schools, Medfield Public Schools • Leo Brehm, Medfield School Building Committee/School Committee Member Liaison • Mike Quinlan, Medfield Building Committee Chair In accordance with the provisions of Massachusetts General Laws, Chapter 7C, Sections 44 through 58, and the MSBA Designer Selection Procedures, the DSP voted unanimously to rank the finalists, in order of qualifications, as follows for the subject project: 1. Arrowstreet Inc. 2. CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares Inc. 3. Raymond Design Associates, Inc. The DSP determined that Arrowstreet Inc. possesses the requisite skills and experience for this project, particularly in light of their extensive experience in the design and construction of schools in Massachusetts. The Town of Medfield should now take the appropriate local steps necessary to award the contract for designer services to the first-ranked firm and authorize fee and contract negotiations. Please know that the Town of Medfield must use the MSBA's standard contract for designer services, a copy of which can be downloaded from our website, Designer Selection Panel Finalist Interview Results Letter Dale Street Elementary School, Medfield, MA November 6, 2019 Page 2 of 2 Before beginning the contract and fee negotiations, however, and in order to remain eligible for the reimbursement of a portion of the designer services fee, please have your Owner's Project Manager contact the MSBA Project Manager for this project, Anthony Proia, to discuss the MSBA's guidelines. Upon completion of contract and fee negotiations with the first-ranked firm, please forward a copy of the fully executed contract to Kathryn DeCristofaro, Capital Program Manager, at the MSBA. Sincerely, Karl Brown, AIA Design Director cc: Legislative Delegation Kristine Trierweiler, Medfield Town Administrator Anna Mae O’Shea Brooke, Chair, Medfield School Committee Mike Quinlan, Chair, Medfield Building Committee Dr. Jeffery Marsden, Superintendent of Schools, Medfield Public Schools Michael LaFrancesca, Director of Finance and Operations, Medfield Public Schools Leo Brehm, Medfield School Building Committee/School Committee Member Liaison Laurence Spang, Arrowstreet Inc. Paul Viccica, CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares Inc. Gene S. Raymond, Raymond Design Associates, Inc.James LaPosta, JCJ Architecture, P.C. Lynn Stapleton, Owner’s Project Manager, Leftfield, LLC Anthony Proia, MSBA Project Manager File 4.3 Feasibility Study; 10.2 Letters20191106-MSBA-ltr from-11.6.19 Medfield (Dale St ES) Interview Results Letter_Page_2


Sunday at 5PM – plan & dine

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$2.1 b per year spent on payments to doctors


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Wend your way to dinner & planning – 5PM Sunday

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