BOARD OF SELECTMEN
SELECTMEN’S HEARING ROOM
Betsy DeWitt — Chairman
Nancy A. Daly
Richard W. Benka
Kenneth M. Goldstein
Melvin A. Kleckner — Town Administrator
Selectmen to announce recent and/or upcoming Events of Community Interest.
Reports by individual Selectmen on activities related to carrying out the responsibilities of the Board.
Public Comment period for citizens who requested to speak to the Board regarding Town issues not on the Calendar.
Public Comment Guidelines, adopted by the Board in May 2007, are that (1) up to 15 minutes at the beginning of each meeting may be open to the public for public comment. (2) speakers are limited to 3 minutes and (3) there will be no comments from members of the Board. Please call the Selectmen’s office (617) 730-2211 to sign up on the Friday before the date you wish to speak so that we can schedule time.
Approval of miscellaneous items A thru G, licenses, vouchers, and contracts.
Question of approving the minutes of March 19, 2013.
Question of establishing a Solar Roof Study Committee pursuant to Article 15 of the November 13, 2012 Special Town Meeting.
Question of approving the following appropriation transfer within the Information Technology budget: FROM: 19001941 531015 $18,000
TO: 19001941 522016 $18,000
Outside Services FROM: 19001941 5A0005 $ 6,500
TO: 19001941 551099 $ 6,500
Question of renewing the Seasonal All Kinds of Alcoholic Beverages license as a Common Victualler held by Grill on the Green, Inc., d/b/a VineRipe Grill, Lisa Wisel Manager at 1281 West Roxbury Parkway from April 1, 2013 through January 15, 2014.
Question of granting a temporary Wine and Malt Beverages License to Pine Manor College in connection with a Banquet to be held on March 30, 2013 from 5:30pm-7:00pm at 400 Heath Street.
Question of granting a Permit to serve Wine and Malt Beverages (non-sales) to Larz Anderson Auto Museum in connection with the following events to be held at 15 Newton Street: April 6th
Wedding ReceptionApril 10th
Nichols College Alumni Association
Question of granting a temporary Wine and Malt Beverages License to Boston University in connection with a Reception to be held on April 12, 2013 from 6pm-8pm at 808 Commonwealth Avenue.
Review and potential vote on Calendar Items 6 thru 11.
AGE FRIENDLY INITIATIVE
Director of Council on Aging Ruthann Dobek will appear to update the Board on the WHO-Age Friendly initiative.
FY2014 FINANCIAL PLAN
Review of the Council on Aging 2014 Departmental Budget.
PEDESTRIAN/BICYCLE CROSSING PROJECT
Director of Parks and Open Space Erin Gallentine will appear to ask the Board to approve the Washington Street/Route 9 Pedestrian and Bicycle Crossing Project.
FY2014 FINANCIAL PLAN
Review of the following FY2014 Departmental Budgets: Veterans
Health and Human Services
Human Relations/Youth Resources
Human Resources/Personnel Benefits
SPECIAL STUDY COMMITTEE
Question of considering and possible vote on the establishment of a special committee to evaluate the by-laws of the Human Relations/Youth Resources Commission and Human Resources Board.
Public Hearing and potential vote on the following Articles in the Warrant for the May 28, 2013 Annual Town Meeting: Art. No. Title
1. Measurers of Wood and Bark (Selectmen) 2. Collective Bargaining Agreements (HR) 3. Compensating Balances (Treasurer/Collector) 4. Special Appropriations Close Outs/Debt
Rescission (Selectmen) 5. Unpaid Bills (Selectmen) 6. Doubling of Property Tax Exemptions
(Elderly, etc.) (Assessors) 7. FY2013 Budget Amendments (Selectmen)