Townwide Master Planning

Email today from the Townwide Master Planning  Committee (copy at the end below) sharing results of its forum and survey, and I inserted examples of the Committee’s use and promotion of “#medfieldspecialplaces” (including one person’s attempt at doing a selfie) – extra points to anyone knowing whose dog it is, or where the train engine is located.

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#medfieldspecialplaces – Straw Hat Park is a great addition to the vibrancy of our downtown – who knew that such a small place could make such a big impact!

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Happy New Year and THANK YOU for your participation in the Townwide Master Planning Committee’s “Community Conversation” either in person at the October 20th forum at Blake Middle School or online via the follow-up online survey. Your input will result in a Vision and Goals document which will form the foundation for the master plan. The summary report is HERE and the online survey responses are HERE.

 

The Townwide Master Planning Committee and consultant team are performing an enumeration of existing resources which will result in an Inventory and Assessment of Existing Conditions of the Town’s resources. We’ll reach back out in advance of the next public meeting (approx. late winter/early spring). Let us know if you have any questions or comments by using THIS form.
Townwide Master Planning Committee (TWMPC)
Jay Duncan, Chair

Teresa James
Jessica Reilly
Mary McCarthy
Tom Erb
Roberta Lynch
Kevin Ryder
William Harvey
Michael Pastore
Jerry Potts
Philip Stashenko
Laurel Scotti
Sean Kay
Cynthia Greene
Matt Triest
Osler L. Peterson
Sarah Raposa, Town Planner
Kristine Trierweiler, Town Administrator

 

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Medfield Hashtag Project: #MedfieldSpecialPlaces
LET’S FLOOD SOCIAL MEDIA WITH THE THINGS WE LOVE ABOUT MEDFIELD!!
Share a selfie at one of your favorite places and say why.
Don’t forget to use: #MedfieldSpecialPlaces so we can all see!

 

 

Sarah Raposa, AICP

Town Planner
459 Main Street
Medfield, MA  02052
(508) 906-3027

Rep. Garlick’s Report to the Community is 1/30

Email today from Representative Denise C. Garlick –

Representative Denise C. Garlick announces her annual report to the Town of Medfield:

 

Dear Friends-

 

I hope that you and all you love are having a wonderful start to 2020. As the State Representative for the 13th Norfolk District, it is an honor to represent the people of Needham, Dover and Medfield and I am proud of our Towns and our Commonwealth.

 

I am writing to invite you to an annual Report to the Community

which I will present at the

 

Medfield Public Safety Building

 

on Thursday, January 30, 2020 from 7:15 – 8:30 PM.

 

The main topics will be a review of the work and events of 2019, and a preview of 2020.

 

The evening’s schedule will include a Reception (7:15-7:30), Report (7:30-8:00), and Questions and Discussion (8:00-8:30).

 

I hope you will be able join us. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any question or concern. With your support, I look forward to continuing this work.

 

Sincerely,

Denise

Denise C. Garlick

State Representative

1/7/2020 meeting materials, & agenda

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The materials for the 1/7/2020 meeting of the Board of Selectmen can be found here – BOS Meeting Packet January 7, 2020 (PDF)

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BoS – 1/7/2020

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TOWN OF MEDFIELD MEETING I POSTED TOWN CLERK ,~ '-'~· t~{i5/-rtu , i.; , . . LD, NAss NOTICE t..uf..U 1l _,: POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF M.G.L. CHAPTER 39 ,s~~'froN ~C\A[ f}76MENDED I r ~·· , :,-,' Board of Selectmen ,: ; ~- . Tii[ U /.pv --------=--:--=---:-----------"' ·<ll Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME Town House, Chenery Meeting Room, 2"d Floor Tuesday, January 7, 2020 7:00PM Agenda (subject to change) Executive Session to be held at the conclusion of the meeting: Exemption 3. To discuss strategy with respect to pending or threatened litigation: Medfield Police Officer 3"d Party Injury Claim and Chapel Hill Estates, and Exemption 6. To consider lease of real property: MSH Chapel 7:00PM Call to order Disclosure of Video Recording We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world Citizen Comment Action Items I. DPW Director, Maurice Goulet, requests the Board of Selectmen vote to approve the following: a, Recycling contract with E.L. Harvey &Sons, Inc. 2. Town Planner, Sarah Raposa, requests the Board of Selectmen approve agreement with Tetra Tech for facilitation consulting services/ion call peer engineer 3. Kristine Trierweiler requests the Board of Selectmen approve and adopt the Manual of Grant Procedures as identified during the financial audit 4. Kristine Trierweiler requests the Board of Selectmen accept the grant award and sign the contract for the FY20 Municipal ADA Improvement Grant Program 5. Fire Chief, William CatTico, requests the Board of Selectmen sign the contracts for the MFA Gear Grant 6, Board of Selectmen to vote to open the 2020 Annual Town Meeting Warrant 7, Board of Selectmen asked to vote to approve a refinance request for 3 Joseph Pace Road Consent Calendar Discussion Pending FY2021 Bndget AnnuaVCapital Budget Discussion Town Administrator Update Selectmen Reports Approval of Minutes Next Meetings January 21, 2020 Februaty 4, 2020 Informational ZBA Notice of Public Hearing ZBA Decision for IS Turner Hill Road, 13 Tamarack, and 9 Johns Avenue

Be the first of 2020 – Office Hours Tomorrow

Office Hours 9-10 Tomorrow at The Center

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I hold regular monthly office hours at The Center on the first Friday of every month from 9:00 to 10:00 AM, including tomorrow.

Residents are welcome to stop by to talk in person about any town matters.

I can be reached via my cell 508-359-9190 or this blog, where any schedule changes will be posted.

Extra OUI enforcement

From the Medfield Police Department –

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Public Safety Announcement.

MPD will have additional officers scheduled New Year’s Eve for OUI enforcement. Please drink responsibly and enjoy the evening safely.

Happy New Year

Transfer Station hours

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Transfer Station

Posted on: December 23, 2019

Transfer Station Holiday Hours

ReUse ReDuce ReCycle

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