WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Board of Selectmen meets this Monday, November 14, at 7pm in Room 9 of Town Hall.
There is a good deal on the agenda, including:
- Selectmen will consider the request of Veterans Agent Lou Cimaglia to proclaim Wilmington a Purple Heart Community and to recognize Meredith Cipriani, who brought the idea forward.
- Selectmen will hear from Wilmington Police Chief Michael Begonis regarding the department’s “2016 Santa Run.”
- Selectmen will hear a presentation from Wilmington Planning & Conservation Director Valerie Gingrich on the disposition of the Butters Farm.
- Selectmen will consider signing a Purchase & Sale Agreement with David Sugrue relative to the Butters Farm property.
- Selectmen will receive a memorandum for Town Manager Jeff Hull on the appointment of a new Assistant Town Manager.
- Selectmen will receive the town’s latest official comments on the New England Transrail proposal.
- Selectmen will consider signing a deed for the sale of town-owned land on Fifth Street (Map 36, Parcel 94), pursuant to a 2016 Town Meeting vote.
- Selectmen will hold a public hearing regarding RMLD and Verizon requesting to place a new pole on Strout Avenue.
- Selectmen will announce that a a public hearing for local property tax policy will take place at its next meeting on November 28.
- Selectmen will consider the request of Barbara Calla to be appointed a constable.
The meeting will be telecast live by Wilmington Community Television on WCTV-G — Channel 22 on Comcast and Channel 38 on Verizon. The meeting will also be streamed on WCTV’s website HERE.
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