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Date:
July 26, 2022
Time:
6:00 PM
Address:
REVISED - NEEDHAM TOWN HALL SELECT BOARD CHAMBERS
Needham, MA 02492
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SELECT BOARD Meeting Agenda - Revised Agenda 7/25/22

Tuesday, July 26, 2022


 

SELECT BOARD Meeting Agenda - Revision

6:00 p.m. July 26, 2022

 

NEEDHAM TOWN HALL

SELECT BOARD CHAMBERS & ZOOM

 

Pursuant to Chapter 22 of the Acts of 2022, meetings of public bodies may be conducted virtually provided that adequate access is provided to the public.

 

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Add Public Participation

                6:00        Public Comment Period

Citizens are encouraged to inform the Office of the Town Manager in advance via email (OTM@needhamma.gov), telephone (781) 455-7500 extension 204, or in person by the end of the business day prior to the meeting of their intent to participate in the public comment period.  The Chair will first recognize those who have communicated in advance their desire to speak for up to three minutes. If time allows, others wishing to speak will be recognized in an order determined by the Chair for up to three minutes. The Board’s policy on public participation in meetings can be found here.

 

1.            6:00        Proclamation for Purple Heart Day August 7, 2022

2.            6:00        Proclamation for India Independence Day August 15, 2022

3.            6:00        Fire Chief Swearing In

4.            6:00        Public Hearing: Grant of Location – 233 Great Plain Ave

•             Joanne Callender, Eversource (Zoom)

5.            6:00        Joint Meeting with Park and Recreation Commission

•             Appointment of Commissioner

6.            6:00        Public Hearing: Verizon Cable Television Contract Renewal

•             Myles Tucker, Support Services Manager

•             Bill August, Town Cable Counsel

•             Greg Franks, Comcast Representative

7.            6:00        Public Hearing Water & Sewer Rates

•             David Davison, Assistant Town Manager/Finance

•             Carys Lustig, Director of Public Works

•             Michael Retzky, Superintendent of Water and Sewer

8.            6:00        Transfer of an All-Alcohol Innkeeper License – 365 Management Company LLC, d/b/a Residence Inn

•             Caroline O’Connell, Applicant Counsel

•             Michael Gendrin, Proposed Manager

9.            6:10        Proposed Alcohol Regulations Changes – Breweries

•             Katie King, Assistant Town Manager/Operations

10.          7:45        Recycling and Transfer Station Charges and Fees

•             Solid Waste Disposal & Recycling Advisory Committee

•             David Davison, Assistant Town Manager/Finance

•             Carys Lustig, Director of Public Works

11.          8:00        Public Hearing: Dangerous Dog Hearing (Continued)

•             Diana Rasoul, Dog Owner

•             Jeremy Cohen, Counsel

12.          8:15        Introduction of Director of Assessing

•             David Davison, Assistant Town Manager

13.          8:20        Leadership ICMA Presentation Recruitment & Retention

•             Jack Daly, Assistant Director of Public Works, Georgetown, TX

•             Jared Jones, Assistant City Manger, Panama City, FL

•             Jennifer Prochazka, Assistant City Manager, College Station, TX

•             Stephanie Reyes, Interim City Manager, San Marcos, TX

•             Laura Savage, Senior Program Manager, ICMA

14.          8:40        National Community Survey Presentation

•             Cyndi Roy Gonzalez, PIO

15.          9:00        Town Manager

•             Accept & Refer Zoning

•             Town Manager Report

16.          9:15        Board Discussion

•             Committee Reports

17.          9:30        Executive Session Exception 3 & 6

 

 

APPOINTMENTS

1.            Avery Newton

                Affordable Housing Trust Fund

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

2.            Colleen Schaller Council on Aging

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

3.            Kathleen Robey Council on Aging

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

4.            Amy Lam              Needham Council on Arts and Culture

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

5.            Daniel Goodman              Council of Economic Advisors

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

6.            Thomas Conroy PPBC User Representative – Public Safety Project: Indefinite Term

7.            Donna Mullin     Traffic Management Advisory Committee

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

8.            Rebecca Tarantino           Traffic Management Advisory Committee

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

9.            Robert Ciccolo   Traffic Management Advisory Committee

Term Exp: 6/30/2025

10.          Guus Dreissen   Traffic Management Advisory Committee

Term Exp: 6/30/2023

11.          Election Workers for 2022–2023                 See attached

 

CONSENT AGENDA      

1.*          Approve minutes of June 14, 2022 (open session), June 28, 2022 (open and executive session)

2.            Accept the following donation made to the Needham Community Revitalization Trust Fund: $2,500 from Mr. C. Bruce Johnstone.

3.            Accept the following gift card donations made to the Needham’s Aging Services Division to use at the Council on Aging: $105 Café Fresh Bagel, $60 Town House of Pizza, $375 Roche Brothers, $400 Sweet Basil, $150 Volante Farms, and $25 from Linda S. Sohmer.

4.            Accept the following donation made to the Needham Free Public Library: $30 from Catherine J. Collishaw in memory of Anita Marie Love.

5.*          Sign the Warrant for the State Primary Election to be held on Tuesday, September 6, 2022.

6.*          Authorize the Chief of Police to assign police officers to each polling location and Town Hall in accordance with the “Votes Act” for all future elections.

7.*          Approve a request from Julia Karr, Development Associate for the 35th Annual Bike-A-Thon, Bikes Not Bombs. The road event will pass through Needham on Sunday, September 11, 2022, with a rain date of Sunday, September 22, 2022. The route was approved by the following departments: DPW, Police, Fire and Park and Recreation. 

8.*          Approve a request from Allan Eyden, Race Coordinator for the Pan-Massachusetts Challenge, PMC Road Race.  The event will pass through Needham on Saturday, August 6 and Sunday, August 7, 2022. The route of the race was approved by the following departments: DPW, Police, Fire and Park and Recreation.

9.*          Approve a request from Clint Moon, Route Coordinator for the Ride for Food.  The event will pass through Needham on Sunday, October 2, 2022.  The route was approved by the following departments: DPW, Police, Fire and Park and Recreation.

10.*       RATIFY a One Day Special License for Monique Goodrow-Trach of Needham Pool and Racquet Club who hosted its Beers, Bags and Annual Corn Hole Tournament on Friday, July 15, 2022.  The event was held at Needham Pool & Racquet Club 1545 Central Ave, Needham. Police and Fire Department approved the event. 

11.*       Approve and sign integrated collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the Needham Police Union for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 and July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2025.

12.*       Approve and sign integrated collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the Needham Police Superior Officers Association for the period July 1, 2021 through June 30, 2022 and July 1, 2022 through June 30, 2025.

13.*       Approve and sign integrated collective bargaining agreements between the Town and the Needham Firefighters Union Local 1706 Unit A & Unit C for FY21 and FY22

14.*       Approve and authorize the chair to sign the Employment Agreement between the Town and Thomas Conroy, Fire Chief.

15.*       Approve and authorize the Town Manger to executive an estoppel certification for Sun Life.

16.          Approve 20B Exemptions for the following individuals to  engage in work with the Needham Park & Recreation Department: William Coakley, Charles Dowe, Samantha Gonzalez, Nevada Gillespie.

17.          Grant permission for the following residents to hold block parties:

Name    Address Party Location   Party

Date      Party

Rain Date             Party

Time

Cindy Osgood    27 Laurel Drive  Lower Laurel Drive           9/10/22                9/11/22                4pm-8pm

Katherine Calzada            9 Morton Street               Morton Street   9/10/22                9/17/22                12pm-4pm

Christine Holland              104 Newell Ave.               Intersection near Newell, Prospect, and Lewis     9/10/22                9/11/22                5pm-8pm

Paul Kaboub       57 Parkinson Street         Parkinson Street Between Webster and Manning              9/10/22                9/17/22                4pm-8pm



Received and Posted by the town Clerk's Office on 7/22/22 at 3:27 AM, 

Revision posted 7/25/22 @3:52 PM

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