Select Board To Discuss Marketing Plan To Attract New Businesses; E. Coli Contamination; & Senior Center and Town Hall Projects At September 12 Meeting

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Select Board meets this Monday, September 12, 2022 at 7pm in Room 9 of Town Hall.

There are some noteworthy items on the agenda, including:

  • The Select Board will hold a public hearing for an earth removal permit regarding the apartment complex and retail project at 203 Lowell Street.
  • The Select Board will hear a presentation from Economic Development Committee Chair Mike Champoux and Thomas Stirling, of Stirling Brandworks, regarding a town branding and marketing project.
  • The Select Board will hear updates from DPW Director Jamie Magaldi regarding the town’s recent boil water order and a DEP Waste Ban concerning mattresses, organics and textiles. Magaldi will also provide written updates on efforts to address speeding on Nichols Street and the town’s ARPA fund expenditures.
  • The Select Board will discuss the regulatory agreement on the affordable units for condos at 168 Lowell Street. The Board will vote on executing it.
  • The Select Board will review the proposed Special Town Meeting warrant.
  • The Select Board will receive updates on the most recent meetings of the Senior Center Building Committee and the Town Hall/School Administration Building Committee.
  • Town Manager Jeff Hull will announce a grant for improvements to the Frank Kelly Track.
  • Finance Director Bryan Perry will provide an update on the town’s transition to MUNIS.
  • The Select Board will receive a copy of the letter the town sent to the state regarding the proposed 40B project on Nichols Street.
  • The Select Board will consider the request of the Wilmington Recreation Commission to conduct its 54st Annual Horribles Parade on Sunday, October 23, 2022.
  • The Select Board will consider approving licenses to sell Christmas trees for the Wilmington Methodist Church and Boy Scout Troop 56.
  • The Select Board will consider executing the agreement between the Town of Wilmington and the AFSCME Local 1703 Unit II.
  • The Select Board will consider executing a memorandum of understanding between the Town of Wilmington and Wilmington Community Television.
  • The Select Board will consider the request of the Wilmington Methodist Church’s Women’s Group to place lawn signs on the Town Common to publicize their Harvest & Holly Fair on September 24.
  • The Select Board will consider the request of the Wilmington Community Fund to place lawn signs on the Town Common to advertise their Town Shredding Event on September 24.
  • The Select Board will consider a resident’s request to light the Town Common pink during the month of October for Breast Cancer Awareness.
  • The Select Board will consider the request of the WHS Girls Lacrosse Boosters to hold a Car Wash fundraiser on Sunday, April 30, 2023 in the 4th of July Building parking lot.
  • The Select Board will consider the performance evaluation of the Town Manager’s Annual Goals.

The meeting will be televised live on WCTV and www.wctv.org.

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.

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