Selectmen To Lift COVID-19 Local State Of Emergency; Discuss Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, 20th Anniversary Of 9/11 Remembrance & More At June 14 Meeting

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Board of Selectmen meets this Monday, June 14, 2021 at 7pm in Room 9 of Town Hall.

There are some noteworthy items on the agenda, including:

  • Selectmen will consider providing a farmers market winery license to Aaronap Cellars, which would like to sell wine at the Wilmington Farmers Market.
  • Selectmen will receive an update on the Wilmington-based iPods for Wounded Veterans non-profit from founder Paul Cardello.
  • Finance Director/Town Accountant Bryan Perry will provide written updates on grant awards the town has received, as well as information on the American Rescue Plan Act. Selectmen will need to formally accept the grants.
  • Selectmen will receive resignation letters from Paul Tivnan, who is stepping down from the Economic Development Committee, and Scott Audette, who is stepping down from the Ice Rink & Recreational Facility Committee. Greg Maynard will be announced as the latest addition to the Economic Development Committee.
  • Selectman Kevin Caira will provide an update from the Town Hall/School Administration Building Committee.
  • Town Manager Jeff Hull will provide an update on how the town plans on recognizing the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
  • Town Manager Jeff Hull will provide an update on a grant for electric vehicle charging stations.
  • Town Manager Jeff Hull will provide Selectmen with information on trainings from Town Counsel KP Law and procedures around signing the weekly warrant.
  • Selectmen will consider the request of the Wilmington Band Parents & Friends to sell refreshments during the Recreation Commission’s Summer Concert series.
  • Selectmen will consider the request of Tony’s Ice Cream to obtain a hawk and peddle license to sell ice cream.
  • Selectmen will consider the sale of unwanted town vehicles and equipment.
  • Selectmen will consider a request of hold Tai Chi/Qi Qong classes on the Town Common every other Saturday, from June 26 through September 4.
  • Selectmen will consider revoking the local state of emergency.

Executive Sessions will both precede and proceed the meeting.

Wilmington Apple intends to report on many of the items above – and any other news that comes from the meeting — over the next two weeks. Wilmington Apple will live-tweet the meeting HERE.

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