Lynnfield Gathering this evening in response to events in Charlottesville

August 13, 2017

​When Senator Ted Cruz calls it domestic terrorism, you know people have to learn to get along better. Join Lynnfield this evening.

Lynnfield – Inspection of properties underway

August 3, 2017

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 07/17/2017 revised 8:45 AM

July 16, 2017

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: July 17, 2017

Time of Meeting: 8:45 A.M.

Location: Merritt Center, 600 Market Street

This~meeting~is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.

AGENDA

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Amended agreement for MWRA supplemental sewer agreement with Town of Wakefield

3. Appointment to Recreation Commission

4. Approval of use of Town facilities

· Pillings Pond Road block party

· Use of common for library event

5. Selectmen updates

· None

6. Town Administrator updates

· None

7. Public comment

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 07/10/2017

July 9, 2017

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: Monday, July 10, 2017

Time of Meeting: 6:00 PM

Location: Merritt Center, 600 Market Street

This~meeting~is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.

AGENDA

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Interview: Board of Appeals – Eric Chisholm

3. Interviews: Reading Municipal Light Dept. Citizens Advisory Board – Frank Rivera, Vivek Soni

4. Appointment to Board of Registrars

5. Appointments to Open Space and Recreation Committee

6. Continuation of public hearing (6:15 p.m.): Petition from Peabody Municipal Light Plant for installation of Guy Stub Pole on Locust Street near the intersection of Clark Road.

7. Discussion of studying procedures for town meeting – Moderator Arthur Bourque III

8. Discussion of FY 2019 budget procedure and presentation

9. Amended agreement for MWRA supplemental sewer agreement with Town of Wakefield

10. Selectmen Update:

· Senior Citizen Advisory Council (Chairman Barrett)
· Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (Selectman Crawford)
· Union Hospital and ambulance dispatching protocol (Selectman Crawford)

11. Town Administrator Update:

· Perley Burrill property
· Ongoing projects

12. Public Comment:

· Opportunity for residents to bring matters before the Board of Selectmen that are not on the official agenda.

13. Administrative Matters

· Signing of warrants

Lynnfield Selectmen establish Daniel Townsend Award for Excellence to honor volunteers

July 2, 2017

The Town of Lynnfield owes its greatness to the many volunteers who dedicate their time and talents to making our community the very best. In recognition of the many contributions of our volunteers, the Board of Selectmen approved the award below to honor one volunteer or volunteers each year with the Daniel Townsend Award for Excellence. This award is named after one of our most celebrated residents, Daniel Townsend, whose life of dedicated service exemplified excellence on both the local and national level. Please send an email to rcurtin to nominate a volunteer for a Townsend Award. Please include the full name of the nominee and a description why they are deserving of this recognition.

Thank you,

Christopher J. Barrett, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen

The Daniel Townsend Award for Excellence

For their exemplary dedication and commitment to the Town of Lynnfield, the Board of Selectmen will select and honor each year one individual or individuals who exemplified excellence in the area of Volunteerism. At the end of the Fiscal Year, the Board of Selectmen will take nominations from the community for individuals who deserve recognition for offering their time and talents to the Town of Lynnfield. The Daniel Townsend Award for Excellence will be presented at a meeting of the Board of Selectmen during the month of September.

This recognition for excellence is named in honor of one of our most celebrated sons, Daniel Townsend. When we consider our significant heritage, it is truly fitting that we name this award for excellence after an individual who most exemplified excellence in the Pursuit of Liberty. Daniel Townsend left his loving wife and children to answer the first call to defend the Cause of Liberty on April 19, 1775. He answered that fateful call and became one of the very first Americans to give their life to help establish our nation and secure liberty for future generations. The Daniel Townsend Award for Excellence will honor one worthy individual or individuals for their community service and also provide the Town of Lynnfield with an opportunity to honor the significant legacy of Daniel Townsend every year during the month of September.

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 06/26/2017

June 25, 2017

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: Monday, June 26, 2017

Time of Meeting: 6:30 PM

Location: Merritt Center, 600 Market Street

This~meeting~is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.

AGENDA

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. 10-year capital planning presentation

3. Joint meeting with the School Committee to discuss substance abuse prevention efforts

4. Public hearing (7:00 p.m.): Petition from Peabody Municipal Light Plant for installation of Guy Stub Pole on Locust Street near the intersection of Clark Road.

5. Interview: Open Space and Recreation Committee, Reid Lavoie

6. Application for dock license, Robert LoNigro, 25 Bourque Road

7. MOU – Dispatchers bargaining unit

8. Appointment of civil service hearing officer

9. Appointments to various boards and committees

10. Summer meeting schedule

11. Selectmen Update:

· Improve the process to contact the Board of Selectmen (Chairman Barrett)
· Fields Update (Selectman Crawford)

12. Town Administrator Update:

· Perley Burrill update

13. Public Comment:

· Opportunity for residents to bring matters before the Board of Selectmen that are not on the official agenda.

14. Administrative Matters

· Signing of warrants

No Cinema article in the fall and update on the MASC meeting.

June 19, 2017

Hi,
Last weeks Market Street Advisory Committee had two key components:

1. Introduction of Ted Tye, Doug Straus and Nancy Horn from National Development to the committee members. There was a brief discussion about working together in the future. Ted Tye did mention that they would not be submitting an article for the October 2017 meeting, but would most likely be submitting one for the April 2018 meeting.

2. The second part of the meeting was spent organizing into various sub groups to study the various issues. If there are issues or comments that you want sent to all of the committee members, please send an email to
MSAC

3. More about the subcommittees later this week.

Thank you,
Wally

Lynnfield Market Street Advisory Committee Meeting – June 15

June 13, 2017

National Development will be attending.

MEETING NOTICE

TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Town Clerk Date Stamp

Board/Committee Name: Market Street Advisory Committee

Day/Date: Thursday, June 15, 2017

Time of Meeting: 7:00 pm

Location: Al Merritt Room – 600 Market Street , Lynnfield

AGENDA

1. Chairperson, Ms. Bayer, calls meeting to order

2. Housekeeping

a. New sound system in Al Merritt Room

b. Volunteer to take minutes

3. Vote on minutes from 6/1/17 meeting

4. Chairperson welcomes National Development and WS Development. Goal to establish a basis for ongoing dialogue.

a. MSAC overview and member introduction

b. National Development and WS Development overview and introductions

i. Ted Tye, Managing Partner, National Development

ii. Doug Straus, Senior Vice President, National Development

iii. Nanci Horn, GM of Market Street Lynnfield, WS Development

c. Confirmation of best practices in maintaining ongoing dialogue

5. Outstanding Opportunities and Coordinators

a. Design Standards

i. General

ii. Berm – Trees, buffer to Walnut St. homes, headlights

iii. Building 1350

iv. Garage next to CPK

b. Noise

i. Snow Removal

ii. Landscapers

iii. Deliveries

iv. Decibel level

c. Traffic

i. Ring Road Speeding

ii. Wakefield Exit

iii. Smart Lights

iv. Reconfigure Access & Egress

v. Consultant retained by Town

d. Theatre

e. Financial Impact

i. Commercial Real Estate taxes from Market Street to Lynnfield

ii. Lynnfield property taxes

iii. Other

f. Communications with Board of Selectman

g. Communications with National Development and WS Development

6. Other Business

a. Any other business that was not on this meeting’s agenda

b. Goals for next meeting

c. Confirm follow up items and owners

7. Public Comment Period

8. Adjourn

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 06/12/2017

June 11, 2017

FYI

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: Monday, June 12, 2017

Time of Meeting: 6:30 PM

Location: Hearing Room, Town Hall

This~meeting~is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.

AGENDA

1. Executive session: Anticipated Executive Session for discussion of pending litigation

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Town Counsel Thomas Mullen – discussion of Partridge Lane Unit Owners v. Peachey decision

4. Center Farm deed for signature

5. Open Space Committee interview – Reid Lavoie

6. Petition for change in beneficial interest for annual restaurant all-alcoholic beverages license, Yard House, USA, 340 Market Street

7. Public hearing (7:15 p.m.): Proposal to name Town Hall Meeting Room the H. Joseph Maney Meeting Room

8. Town Moderator Arthur Bourque – proposal to study town meeting procedures

9. Appointment of LIFE, Inc. representative to Market Street Advisory Committee

10. Determination by appointing authority regarding disclosure of a non-elected municipal employee of financial interest under MLG Ch. 268A, Sec. 19

11. Selectmen Update:

Performance Evaluation Tool (Chairman Barrett)
• Senior Citizen Advisory Council (Chairman Barrett)
• Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (Selectman Crawford)~
• Market Street Advisory Committee (Selectman Dalton)

12. Town Administrator Update:

· Financial transparency/MUNIS
· Perley Burrill property
· Town website – social media
· MBTA

13. Public Comment:

· Opportunity for residents to bring matters before the Board of Selectmen that are not on the official agenda.

14. Proclamations:

· Americans With Disabilities Act

15. Use of Town Facilities:

16. Administrative Matters

· Signing of warrants

Lynnfield Market Street Advisory Committee Meeting

May 30, 2017

​Agenda for the first meeting this Thursday

Market Street Advisory Committee

Agenda AMENDED

Al Merritt Center – 600 Market Street

June 1, 2017

7:00 PM

1. Oath of Office (Town Clerk)

2. Temporary Chairperson, Ms. Bayer, calls meeting to order

3. Introductions of members

4. Temporary Chairperson calls for nominations

a. Chairperson

b. Vice Chairperson

c. Clerk

5. Committee votes

6. Elected Chairperson comments

7. Mr. Dalton

a. Reviews Open Meeting Law

b. Discusses Board of Selectman’s expectations of the Committee

c. Brief overview regarding areas of concern

i. Enforcement of the Design Standards

1. The Berm

ii. Lahey

1. Mr. Charville provides brief overview of May 21 Planning Board Meeting

iii. Noise Regulations

1. Landscapers

2. Snow Removal

iv. Garage Façade

v. Traffic

1. Ring Road Speed Limit

2. “Smart” Traffic Lights at Market St and Walnut St as well as at Salem and Walnut Street

3. Wakefield Exit

4. Traffic Study

vi. Theatre

8. Letter from MSAC Chairperson to National Development and WS Development

9. Other Business and Action Items

10. Public Comment Period

11. Adjourn