Wastewater indicates COVID really spiking

Email this afternoon from the METROPOLITAN AREA PLANNING COUNCIL (MAPC) – the graph should be all the warning we need – be careful – COVID must be everywhere – “Yesterday’s wastewater analysis from the MWRA indicates a level of infection unseen during the pandemic.”

COVID-19 Update   Amid new wastewater data, MAPC will share resources and expert information to assist municipal officials in pandemic response
Good afternoon Mayors, Managers, and local officials.  

Let me start by wishing you, your families, and staff a happy and healthy New Year. For many of us, 2021 has proven to be a very challenging year, but as we look ahead to 2022, we are in a much stronger position to address COVID-19 than we were a year ago:  

We have vaccines, and high vaccination rates compared to the rest of the country. Vaccines and boosters are tamping down serious illness and death. 

We have committed and science-driven federal partners, who have appropriated vast resources through CARES and ARPA. Just one month ago, the Legislature responded to calls from the Governor and all of you to pass legislation appropriating over $6 billion in ARPA funds for a wide range of critical purposes, from housing to small business support to expanded public health.

We have an ongoing and productive dialogue with our state leaders. Many of our counterparts in other parts of the country can only wish for such a level of collaboration.  

Most importantly, you have each other. In a career that now spans 40 years, I have never seen such an impactful level of collaboration among municipal leaders. That has helped to get us through 2021, and that regional approach will help to get us to a stronger 2022.  

I want to take this opportunity to update you on our current COVID status and offer ways that MAPC can help.  

Yesterday’s wastewater analysis from the MWRA indicates a level of infection unseen during the pandemic. Wastewater data has been a consistent indicator of the volume of COVID-19 cases who are actively shedding virus, whether they are symptomatic or not. The chart below indicates the results of wastewater testing in the northern half of the MWRA district (green) and the southern half (orange), but the results are similar across the district.
Of course, we are worried this data predicts a likely surge in illness and hospitalizations over the next few weeks, even if Omicron illness is less severe than Delta.  

As you know, hospitals are already full, elective procedures are postponed, health care staff are stretched and tired, and many are out with COVID themselves. The number of deaths in the Commonwealth has also been creeping up for weeks. Yesterday, the 7-day average published by DPH stood at 26.5, or 795 people per month. We mourn these losses deeply, and must take steps to reduce further devastation in our communities.   We are already in touch with the Baker Administration to discuss additional steps they can take on a statewide basis to address the current surge. If we have any news of additional actions from the Commonwealth, we will share that information with you immediately.    At the same time, city and town leaders remain our frontline defense. Many of you are already taking critical steps to safeguard your residents and have implemented policies related to masking, testing, vaccines, boosters, and more. These critical steps can actively reduce the number of individuals who become infected, which in turn reduces serious illness, hospitalization, and death. Cities and towns can do this on their own, or – better still – they can collaborate with their neighbors.  

Beginning next Monday, January 3, MAPC will being distributing recommendations and sample documents to help you over the next month. 

We will also be organizing additional calls among mayors and managers, both to share best practices and to learn from experts who can provide you with the latest information science can provide.   Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with questions and concerns. We are here to help. Despite all of these challenges, please remain hopeful! Again, from all of us at MAPC to all of you, may 2022 be a blessed, happy, and healthy year.   With warm regards,   Marc Draisen Executive Director Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Select Board 1/4/2021

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Board of Selectmen
Board or Committee
PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME
Remote meeting held on Zoom Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Agenda (Subject to Change)
Call to Order
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We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving around the globe in defense of
our country
Executive Session at the conclusion of the regular meeting:
● Vote to enter Executive Session for the purpose of discussing the purchase, exchange,
lease or value of real property
Appointments
1. Amy Colleran, Facilities Director, to request Board of Selectmen approve the use of
$65,000 from the Emergency Repair fund for the Dale Street School roof project
2. Members of the Medfield Energy Committee to discuss the Town Garage solar project
a. Potential vote to approve a contract with Solar Design Associates for engineering
services for the Town Garage solar installation
Discussion Items
Action Items
3. Jean Mineo, Cultural Alliance of Medfield, to request the Chair to sign a Letter of
Support for a grant from the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism for marketing
support
4. Vote to adopt Board of Selectmen Vendor Warrant Policy
5. Vote to authorize the Chair to sign the Tree City Application
Citizen Comment
Consent Agenda
Meeting Minutes
March 23, 2021
October 19, 2021
Town Administrator Updates
Next Meeting Dates
January 18, 2022
January 25, 2022
Selectmen Reports
Informational
Town of Medfield Municipal Aggregation Plan public comment period open through January 18,
2022

Still time to benefit Medfield

Still time to benefit Medfield

Looking to make a high-impact donation that will truly support Medfield over the long run? Become a Founding Member today!

Give at https://www.medfieldfoundation.org/legacy-fund

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Where in Medfield?

State helps town order tests

From the Division of Local Services (DLS) at DOR this afternoon –

Baker-Polito Administration Announces COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits Available to Municipalities, Other Entities Direct from Manufacturers

The Baker-Polito Administration today announced contracts with COVID-19 at-home test manufacturers that will allow municipalities and eligible entities to begin the process of placing orders for rapid test kits for their constituents that utilize the state-negotiated prices on these contracts. These contracts build on an announcement earlier this month that the Administration secured 2.1 million iHealth Labs over-the-counter at-home rapid antigen tests that were delivered to 102 cities and towns in Massachusetts with the highest percentage of families below the poverty level, according to US Census data. Municipalities are eligible to utilize American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to purchase test kits.

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts continues to take steps to ensure access to COVID-19 at-home rapid antigen test kits, which are a critical tool to mitigate transmission of COVID-19. As demand for these test kits remains high across the country, the Operational Services Division (OSD) is sharing this update to ensure that buyers such as municipalities, educational institutions, and other entities understand all options available to them.

Guidance is available for entities looking to purchase rapid test kits for distribution to their constituents, not individuals looking to purchase test kits. Information is also available related to the following: COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits Available Direct from Manufacturers COVID-19 Rapid Test Kits Available from Distributors Ancillary Goods Available for Purchase or Rent OSD Recommendations for Ordering Local officials with questions are encouraged to contact the OSD Help Desk at osdhelpdesk@mass.gov or at 1-888-627-8283. For detailed information on testing, visit mass.gov/gettested.
 

MFi Legacy Fund’s matching $100,000 challenge ends at year end

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Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund received a $100,000 matching gift challenge

The Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund has received a $100,000 challenge gift from an anonymous donor, that matches gifts made to the Legacy Fund before the end of the year up to $100,000. Your gift will not only be doubled, but can be put to work in your community through the grant making in 2022.

The 2021 Legacy Fund round of grants were just recently announced. The Legacy Fund received ten proposals requesting a total of $62,000 in grant money, and after careful consideration, the MFi Legacy Fund awarded $28,200 in grants to 4 groups:



Medfield Outreach

Peak House Heritage Center

Sustainable Medfield

Friends of the MHS Theatre Society



The MFi Legacy Fund looks forward to seeing the results of the great work these groups will do for our community. The MFi also looks forward to building a larger endowment to allow its grants program to fulfil more of the needs presented to the Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund.

Donate by year end to have your donation doubled, either on-line at www.MedfieldFoundation.org/legacy-fund or send a check to the Medfield Foundation, 459 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052.

MFi Legacy Fund Announces Local Grants

First appeared in the Medfield Patch at https://patch.com/massachusetts/medfield/medfield-foundation-legacy-fund-announces-local-grants

Medfield Foundation Legacy Fund Announces Local Grants

MFi’s Legacy Fund announces grants to local non-profit organizations and a new $100,000 matching gift challenge opportunity through 12/31/21

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Chris Cahill, announcing the grant winners at 7th Wave Brewing
Chris Cahill, announcing the grant winners at 7th Wave Brewing (Courtesy Image)

MFi Legacy Fund Announces Local Grants

Medfield Foundation’s Legacy Fund announces grants to local non-profit organizations and a new $100,000 matching gift challenge opportunity through December 31, 2021

The Medfield Foundation’s Legacy Fund, an endowment fund created by the Medfield Foundation (MFi), has awarded grants to four local non-profit organizations, enabling them to fund important initiatives to benefit the Medfield community.

The new grants were awarded after the foundation received eleven proposals submitted requesting a total of $62,000. Six groups were invited to participate in a live “Pitch It!” event, and ultimately four were awarded a total of $28,200 in grants. The grant recipients include Medfield Outreach, the Peak House Heritage Center, Sustainable Medfield, and the Friends of the Medfield High School Theatre Society.https://ac1f38d33f43afec0b39381bbd3e3b71.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html

“The Medfield Foundation is committed to positively impacting the lives of all the town’s residents,” said Kirsten Poler, Medfield Foundation president. “We listened to the needs of the community as presented to us, and we are so pleased we’re able to make these grants. We look forward to growing our grants program through the Matching Gift Challenge so that we can meet more of our community needs in the future.”

“The committee was impressed with the thoughtful approaches that our four recipients displayed throughout the process,” said Legacy Fund Co-Chair Chris Cahill. “We envision these organizations continuing to foster initiatives that help to ensure Medfield remains a town of unique character and value to all residents.”

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This is the second round of grants distributed from the MFi Legacy Fund for a total of $48,200 granted to date. Past MFi Legacy Fund recipients include Friends of the Medfield Rail Trail, Medfield Cares About Prevention (MCAP), and the Cultural Alliance of Medfield (CAM).

For more information about the Legacy Fund or to make a gift through the year-end $100,000 match program, visit https://www.medfieldfoundation.org/legacy-fund.

About the Medfield Foundation

The Medfield Foundation (MFi) is a 100% volunteer-run 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable corporation whose mission is to use community funds to support community-driven projects with the goal of enriching the lives of all in our community. For more information about the Medfield Foundation, Legacy Fund, Angel Run, or any of our other initiatives, visit https://www.medfieldfoundation.org/.

MEC questionnaire re TOMCAP

From the Medfield Energy Committee re the Town of Medfield Climate Action Plan (TOMCAP). Get the questionnaire at https://tinyurl.com/23tnp6vv

Medfield Plans to Decarbonize
to Meet Our Net Zero by 2050 Goal
The Medfield Energy Committee is asking all residents to complete
a questionnaire so your thoughts, concerns and ideas can be
included in the development of the Town of Medfield Climate Action Plan TOMCAP.
n After reading the fact sheet below you can access the
questionnaire at https://tinyurl.com/23tnp6vv.
n It will take approximately 5 minutes to complete.
n If you want to participate in the development of the
TOMCAP please email us at TOMCAP@Medfield.net
Please pass this on to friends and neighbors!
This event is not sponsoreed or endosed by the Medfield Public Schools.
Medfield Emissions InventoryResidentialBuildings 39.1%PassengerVehicles 41.6%C&I Buildings and Manufacturing Industries 12.3% Municipal Buildings 3.0%Commercial Vehicles 1.6%Other 0.5%Wastewater Treatmentand Discharge1.2%Municipal Vehicles 0.5%Waste 0.2%(2017 Baseline)Town of MedfieldCLIMATE CLIMATE TOMCAP@medfield.net ACTIOACTIO N PLANN PLAN
Medfield is Planning for Decarbonizing
Medfield voted to support a Net Zero 2050 Goal and to develop a Climate Action Plan to reach that goal (Town Meeting, May 2021).
This public outreach effort by the Medfield Energy Committee (MEC) aims to inform and engage residents in developing the Town of Medfield Climate Action Plan (TOMCAP).
What is Net Zero carbon emissions?
The Medfield Net Zero 2050 goal is in line with Federal and Massachusetts goals and strategies. "Net Zero" means that we reduce most greenhouse gas emissions and offset the rest. Most reductions will be achieved through personal actions that are voluntary and make economic sense.
What strategies are available to reduce our emissions significantly?
Medfielders can remove the most carbon by driving an electric vehicle, installing a heat pump to heat and cool your home, reducing energy needs (insulation, high efficiency lighting and appliances) and supporting
electricity made from renewable sources.
When do I act?
The best time to make low carbon choices is at natural transition points, such as when you need replace your car, upgrade your heating/cooling system, or renovate your home.
Why “electrify everything”?
Massachusetts has already moved away from coal-generated electricity. Our local grid is substantially less fossil-fuel intensive than previously and is mandated to continue to improve. The consensus path, at all levels, to continue to reduce carbon footprint is to “Electrify Everything”.
Why buy an electric vehicle (EV)?
In Medfield, the largest source of GHG gases is from our cars (42%). To significantly reduce our carbon footprint, most new cars will need to be electric. Starting in 2035, only EVs can be sold in Massachusetts.
EVs are already quiet, clean, highly efficient, over all less expensive, require less maintenance, offer huge
public health benefits and new options are becoming available.
What about our homes?
In Medfield, running our homes produces close to 40% of our carbon emissions. We can reduce our
energy needs, use heat pumps for heating and cooling needs and shifting to renewables.
1. Get a free MassSave energy audit and use their incentives and rebates to insulate your home and get the highest efficient lighting and appliances.
2. Electrify your HVAC. Heat pumps are currently the most efficient technology for heating and cooling homes. MassSave offers substantial incentives for installing heat pumps.
3. Install solar panels directly or support solar installations through a community solar program. This can be profitable while supporting the transition to local renewable electricity.
Want to get started? Find information & resources on the Action Portal at SustainableMedfield.org
If you want to engage with the TOMCAP process, email us at TOMCAP@Medfield.net
Where do Medfield’s carbon
emissions come from?
The MEC carried out a
Greenhouse Gas Inventory
of Medfield, pictured on
the right. The vast majority
of carbon emissions come
from our cars and our
homes (81%).
Please take our
informational questionnaire
Use https://tinyurl.com/23tnp6vv to access the Questionnaire
This fact sheet will be a handy
companion to the questionnaire.
Thank you!
Medfield Emissions InventoryResidentialBuildings 39.1%PassengerVehicles 41.6%C&I Buildings and Manufacturing Industries 12.3% Municipal Buildings 3.0%Commercial Vehicles 1.6%Other 0.5%Wastewater Treatmentand Discharge1.2%Municipal Vehicles 0.5%Waste 0.2%(2017 Baseline)Town of MedfieldCLIMATE CLIMATE TOMCAP@medfield.net ACTIOACTIO N PLANN PLAN

Select Board 12/21/2021

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TOWN OF MEDFIELD
MEETING
NOTICE
Posted in accordance with the provisions of M.G.L. c. 30A, §§18-25
This meeting will be held in a hybrid format. The Board of Selectmen will attend in person and
members of the public may attend in person. In addition, members of the public who wish to
participate via Zoom may do so by joining by one of the following options:
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-2021
Board of Selectmen
Board or Committee
PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME
Chenery Hall, Medfield Town House
Remote participation available through Zoom Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at 7:00 pm
Agenda (Subject to Change)
Call to Order
Disclosure of video recording
We want to take a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving around the globe in defense of
our country
Appointments
1. Police Chief Michelle Guerette to request the Board of Selectmen vote to appoint Officer
William Bento as a Sworn Weigher for the Town of Medfield
2. Community Choice Aggregation Committee and Patrick Roche, Good Energy:
a. to discuss the draft Medfield Municipal Aggregation plan
b. to request the Board of Selectmen vote to open the aggregation plan public review
and comment period and schedule a public hearing on the aggregation plan at the
January 18, 2021 Board of Selectmen meeting
3. Director of Public Works Maurice Goulet to discuss the Complete Streets policy and
request the Board of Selectmen vote to approve the Complete Streets policy
Discussion Items
4. Discussion and vote to approve process for vendor warrant and payroll warrant approval
Action Items
5. Vote to approve a contract with Barrett Planning Group, LLC for Zoning Diagnostic
services
6. Vote to approve liquor, common victualler, amusement, and motor vehicle sales licenses
for Calendar Year 2022 in accordance with the list attached to the agenda
7. Board and Committee Appointments
a. Appoint Kate Thomas Flanagan to Medfield Outreach Advisory Board for a term
to expire June 30, 2022
b. Appoint Caitlin E. Struble, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, to the Medfield Historic
District Commission for a three-year term
c. Reappoint Cheryl O’Malley to the Medfield Historic District Commission as an
alternate member for a three-year term
8. Kingsbury Club Solar project:
a. Vote to terminate the Alternative On Bill Credit Agreement with 2 Ice House,
LLC for the canopy solar project
b. Vote to terminate the Tax Agreement with 2 Ice House, LLC for the canopy solar
project
c. Vote to approve Subordination, Non-Disturbance and Attornment Agreement with
2 Ice House, LLC
9. Vote to accept a grant in the amount of $25,000 from the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts Community Compact program for budget document development and
authorize the Chair and Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler to execute the standard
state contract documents
10. Vote to approve a contract with the UMass Boston Collins Center for Public Management
in the amount of $25,000 for budget document development
11. Vote to accept a grant in the amount of $25,000 from the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts Community Compact program for a wage and classification plan and
authorize the Chair and Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler to execute the standard
state contract documents
12. Vote to participate in the Janssen Settlement and the Distributor Settlement (related to the
opioid epidemic) and vote to authorize the Chair to sign the Subdivision Settlement
Participation Form for the Janssen and Distributor Settlements
13. Vote to award contracts to the bidders listed in accordance with the Southeast Regional
Services Group DPW Services IFB for the 12 month period commencing February 1,
2022
14. Vote to approve a contract with ABudner Strategy Consulting for a Strategic Plan and
Needs Assessment for Medfield Outreach
Citizen Comment
Consent Agenda
Meeting Minutes
March 23, 2021
October 19, 2021
Town Administrator Updates
Next Meeting Dates
January 4, 2021
January 18, 2021
January 25, 2021
Selectmen Reports
Informational
Planning Board Public Hearing Notice re Zoning By-Law Amendments
Fios TV Programming Change Notice - Univision Discontinuing Fusion Network
Alcohol License Renewals
Restaurant - All Alcoholic Beverages Business Address
Avenue Restaurant LLC dba Avenue 445 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Tom McGue Inc dba Basil 43 Frairy Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Grand Mandarin Inc dba Jing's Garden II 16 North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Kingsbury Club Medfield Inc 2 Ice House Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Noon Hill Partners LLC dba Noon Hill Grill 530 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Zebras Restaurant Group Ltd dba Nosh & Grog
Provisions 21 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Takara Group Inc dba Takara One Green Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Package Store - All Alcoholic Beverages Business Address
Bullards Market and Package Store Inc One Green Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Medfield Package Store Inc. (Larkin's) 20 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Palumbo Liquors 547 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Package Store - Wines and Malt Business Address
Gulf Resources Inc dba Medfield Commons 270 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
M Carroll Inc dba Medfield Wine Shoppe 258 Main Street E Medfield, MA 02052
Farmer Brewery Pouring Permit Business Address
Seventh Wave Brewing Inc 120 N Meadows Road Medfield, MA 02052
Zelus Beer Company LLC dba Zelus Beer
Company One Green Street 2 Medfield, MA 02052
Common Victualler License Renewals
Licensee Business Address
Avenue Restaurant LLC dba Avenue 445 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Tom McGue Inc dba Basil 43 Frairy Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Blue Moon Bagel Café 236 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Casa Bella Pizza 454 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
China Sky 24 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Cutlets 14 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Donut Express/ Cakes 258 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Parafa LLC dba Italian Groceria & Deli 258 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Grand Mandarin Inc dba Jing's Garden II 16 North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Kingsbury Club Medfield Inc 2 Ice House Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Gulf Resources, Inc. dba Medfield Commons 270 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Medfield Donuts, Inc. 270 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Medfield Donuts II 563 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Medfield House of Pizza Go Fresh Food Inc., 10 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Medfield Subway 547 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Noon Hill Partners LLC dba Noon Hill Grill 530 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Nosh & Grog Provisions 21 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Papa Gino’s, Inc 10C North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Royal Pizza 483 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Starbucks Corp 467 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Takara Group Inc dba Takara One Green Street, Medfield, MA 02052
The Village Griddle 14A North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Amusement License Renewals
Licensee Business Address
Tom McGue Inc dba Basil 43 Frairy Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Grand Mandarin Inc dba Jing's Garden II 16 North Meadows Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Kingsbury Club Medfield Inc 2 Ice House Road, Medfield, MA 02052
Noon Hill Partners LLC dba Noon Hill Grill 530 Main Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Nosh & Grog Provisions 21 North Street, Medfield, MA 02052
Class II Motor Vehicles Sales License Renewals
Licensee Business Address
Keegan’s Automotive 27 Brook Street, Medfield, MA 02052

Medfield Rail Trail

Below is an update on the Medfield Rail Trail from Rep. Denise Garlick’s newsletter “Fresh Garlick,” that contains a link to a video about the building of the Medfield Rail Trail that is really interesting and well done.

For details of how Christian Donner and the other Medfield volunteers moved material on his home made motorized RR handcart, see Christian’s FB posts. Sadly, Christian reported that someone swiped the handcart, which otherwise was destined for inclusion in the Medfield Historical Society museum.

In Medfield, R. Zoppo Corp has recently completed removal of rails and ties along the rail trail between Ice House Road and the Dover line. The next work on the trail will be performed by Medfield DPW who will install a new subsurface. To learn more about this project, click here.