WILMINGTON, MA — Here are ten things that happened at the Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting on Monday, September 14! Look for ten more items soon.
#1) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of Danielle Spicer, Senior Associate at Green International Affiliates, to obtain an earth removal permit for the Yentile Farm Recreation Facility at 9 Cross Street. Up to 14,800 cubic yards of earth will be removed, resulting in up to 600 dump truck trips, Monday through Friday, 7am to 3:30pm, over several months. The trucks will be limited to Cross Street-Lowell Street-Route 93 and Cross Street-Main Street-Route 95.
#2) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of Kevin J. Woods of PR Restaurants, doing business as Panera Bread, to obtain a common victualer license for property located at 228 Main Street, inside Wilmington Plaza. As reported on Wilmington Apple earlier this week, Panera Bread is under new ownership.
#3) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of Shashidhar Bogelli of Watertown Enterprises, Inc., doing businesses as Subway, to obtain a Common Victualer license for property located at 206 Ballardvale Street, Unit 2. As Wilmington Apple reported this summer, a Subway will be opening across from Target. The restaurant is likely to open the first week in October, according to the owner.
#4) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of Paul Gagnon of Forrest Auto Repair to obtain a Class II Garage License for property located at 600 Main Street. The garage will now be able to sell a very limited number of used cars.
#5) Selectmen unanimously approved sending a letter of support for a Lahey Hospital and Medical Center’s Mini-Grant which Wilmington Public Schools applied. The grant would provide funding to train school staff in better identifying mental health issues in students.
#6) Selectmen unanimously approved licenses to sell Christmas Trees for both the Boy Scouts of America Troop #56 (c/o John Mainini) and Wilmington United Methodist Church (c/o John Arvanitis).
#7) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of the Wilmington Recreation Commission to conduct its 48th Annual Horribles Parade on Sunday, October 25.
#9) Selectmen unanimously approved the request of resident Denise Augusta to use the Town Common and Gazebo on Saturday, July 23, 2016 at 4:30pm for a wedding ceremony.
#10) Town Manager Jeff Hull provided Selectmen with information regarding the Conservation Commission’s upcoming Annual Town Clean-Up Day on Saturday, September 26.
Watch the September 14th Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting, courtesy of Wilmington Community Television, below:
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