Lynnfield Market Street committee formed and first meeting agenda

May 23, 2017

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All,

Two parts to this note:

A. Lists the members of the Committee

B. Agenda for the first meeting.

I look forward to serving. Please send along any issues you would like to see discussed.

Thank you,

Wally McKenzie

A. Committee Members

To: Town Clerk Trudy Reid

From: Bob Curtin, Assistant to Administration

Date: May 23, 2017

Re: Appointments

Please be advised that at its meeting of May 22, 2017, the Board voted to appoint the following members to the newly created Market Street Advisory Committee. Terms for all appointees will terminate on June 30, 2018, except for the member who serves ex officio. One additional member, representing LIFE, Inc., will be appointed at a future Board meeting.Members:

Paula Parziale At-Large
John Gioioso At-Large
Taidgh McClory Precinct 1
Wallace McKenzie Precinct 2
Jocelyn Fleming Precinct 2
Jennifer Bayer Precinct 2
Anne Mitchell Precinct 2
Philip Doucette Precinct 3
Anthony Ferullo Precinct 4
Brian Charville Planning Board
Eugene Covino Finance Committee
David Breen Police Chief, ex officio

B. Agenda for the First Meeting.

Market Street Advisory Committee

Agenda

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
    1. Chairperson
    2. Vice Chairperson
    3. Clerk
  5. Committee votes
  6. Dalton
    1. Reviews Open Meeting Law
    2. Discusses Board of Selectman’s expectations of the Committee
    3. Brief overview regarding areas of concern
      1. Enforcement of the Design Standards
        1. The Berm
      2. Noise Regulations
        1. Landscapers
        2. Snow Removal
  • Garage Façade
  1. Portable Toilets at King Rail Golf Course
  2. 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
  3. Theatre
    1. Letter from MSAC Chairperson to National Development and WS Development
  4. Other Business
  5. Public Comment Period
  6. Adjourn
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Lynnfield Planning Board Meeting May 25 “Lahey” Building

May 23, 2017

MEETING NOTICE

TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: PLANNING BOARD

Day/Date: THURSDAY, MAY 25, 2017

Location: SELECTMEN’S MEETING ROOM

Time: 7:00 PM

AGENDA

Review design of Lahey building at 1350 Market Street

Lynnfield market Street traffic observation

May 21, 2017

#3 Sunday May 21- 1:10 PM 4 Min, 19 seconds to get to first light

Thank you,
Wally McKenzie

Lynnfield Market Street Traffic Observations

May 20, 2017

According to Google maps it is approximately 500 feet from the end of Alexandra Road to the first traffic light at Market Street.

An F (lowest grade) intersection is defied as one that takes more than two minutes to go through.

Observation 1 – Sunday May 14th, 11:44 AM – Took 4 min and 12 seconds to get through the light

Observation 2 – Saturday May 20th 4:45 PM – Took 4 min and 37 seconds to get through the light.

These don’t seem to be peak traffic times.

Thank you,
Wally

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 05/22/2017

May 19, 2017

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen

Day/Date: Monday, May 22, 2017

Time of Meeting: 7:00 PM

Location: Merritt Center, 600 Market Street

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

AGENDA

1. Pledge of Allegiance

2. Naming of Town Hall Meeting Room

3. Discussion of FY2018 road paving program and sidewalk repairs

4. Town website upgrade and social media presence

5. Relocation of public works facility

6. Proposed Peabody zoning ordinance regarding siting of medical marijuana facilities

7. Selectmen Update:

· Performance Evaluations (Chairman Barrett)
· Constituent Communication (Chairman Barrett)
· Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (Selectman Crawford)
· Market Street Advisory Committee (Selectman Dalton)

8. Town Administrator Update:

· Financial transparency/MUNIS
· Ten-year capital program
· MBTA dam breaching legislation
· Requests for improvements to unaccepted roadways

9. Public Comment:

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

10. Use of Town Facilities:

· August 7, 14, 21, 28: Common – Free yoga classes – Center Yoga
· Sept. 10: South Fire – LHS Hockey car wash
· Sept. 17: South Fire – LHS Boys Soccer car wash
· Sept. 24: South Fire – LHS Girls Soccer car wash

11. Administrative Matters

· Signing of warrants

Lynnfield Art Guild Spring Show this Saturday

May 17, 2017

https://patch.com/massachusetts/lynnfield/lynnfield-art-guild-spring-show-saturday?utm_source=newsletter-daily&utm_medium=email&utm_term=community%20corner&utm_campaign=newsletter&utm_content=article-topstories&utm_slot=1

Thank you,
Wally

Lynnfield Board of Selectmen Agenda 05/08/2017

May 5, 2017

MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LYNNFIELD
Board/Committee Name: Board of Selectmen
Day/Date: Monday, May 8, 2017
Time of Meeting: 7:00 PM
Location: Merritt Center, 600 Market Street
This meeting is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.
AGENDA
Pledge of Allegiance
Interview – Erin Madden, Open Space and Recreation Committee
Review of Recreation Commission Staff and Camper Policies
Policy on Naming Town Facilities
Vote to establish War Memorial Gift Fund under MGL Ch. 44 sec. 53A
Selectmen Liaison List
• Appointments

Selectmen Update:
• Goals/Action Item List Review Schedule (Chairman Barrett)

• Market Street Advisory Committee (Chairman Barrett)

• Field Projects (Chairman Barrett)

• Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition (Selectman Crawford)

• Recreational Path Committee (Selectman Dalton)

Town Administrator Update:

• Town Meeting

• Fields Maintenance Update/Issues for Spring Season

Public Comment:
• Opportunity for residents to bring matters before the Board of Selectmen that are not on the official agenda.

Use of Town Facilities:
• Use of Common, Destination Imagination group

Minutes:
• April 24, 2017

One-day Liquor Licenses:
• None

Proclamations:
• None

Administrative Matters:
• Signing of warrants

Planning Board Meeting Agenda for Monday a 5:59 PM

April 23, 2017

MEETING NOTICE

TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

PLANNING BOARD

MONDAY APRIL 24, 2017

LYNNFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL – ROOM 110

5:59 PM

WARRANT ARTICLES – PUBLIC HEARING AND RECOMMENDATIONS

· DISCUSSION CONTINUED

Article 24 to authorize the board of Selectmen to execute a lease of up to 99 years with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority for a multi-use Rail Trail as printed in the warrant.

· 6:00 CONTINUED PUBLIC HEARING

Article 17 to delete the existing zoning bylaw, but not the map and substitute the document entitled “Re-Codified Zoning Bylaw as printed in the warrant.

Article 18 to amend the re-codified zoning bylaw section “Commencement of Construction or Operation” by changing the words “six month” to “twelve months” as printed in the warrant.

Article 19 to amend the re-codified zoning bylaw section regarding the “Lapse “ of “Special Permits” by changing the words “twenty-four months” to “thirty-six months” as printed in the warrant.

Article 20 to amend the zoning bylaw by adding Section “7.7 Marijuana Establishments Forbidden” as printed in the warrant.

Article 22 to amend the zoning bylaws by adding Section 7.7 “Temporary Moratorium on Marijuana Establishments” as printed in the warrant .

Article 23 to amend the Zoning bylaws Section “9.5 Planned Village Development District” to allow a “Town Center Theater” by amending Sections: 9.5.4 Definitions; 9.5.6 Prohibited Uses and Activities; 9.5.7.4(b) Height in Traditional Neighborhood Village Sub-District; Table 9.5.8-1 Parking; 9.5.7.9 Dimensional and Other Requirements Total allowable non-residential uses as printed in the warrant.

· RECOMMENDATIONS CONTINUED

Article 16 to amend the General Bylaws by adding as Chapter 170, Section 170-I “Marijuana Establishments Forbidden” as printed in the warrant.

Recommendations on additional April 24, 2017 warrant articles as deemed necessary.

NEXT REGULAR SCHEDULED MEETING

WEDNESDAY APRIL 26, 2017 SELECTMEN’S MEETING ROOM TOWN HALL

Date Subject to change

Board of Selectmen Agenda 04/24/2017

April 23, 2017

BOARD OF SELECTMEN
AGENDA
Monday, April 24, 2017

Regular Meeting – 6:30 p.m. Teachers’ cafeteria, Lynnfield Middle School, 525 Main Street

****NOTE*****
This meeting is being recorded and transmitted via cable television.

7:00 p.m. Pledge of Allegiance

Recommendations on warrant articles

Use of Town facilities: MS Walk; Geraniumfest banner; Destination Imagination fundraiser; LHS baseball car wash
Minutes: None
One-day liquor licenses: None
Proclamations: None
Administrative matters: Signing of warrants

Tonights Planning Board Meeting

April 12, 2017

All,
This was the shortest meeting of the week. Less than 15 minutes. The Planning Board is not making a recommendation on the article; which is what Town Counsel said is the only choice they have. It was a good night.

Even though it appears all the boards are in agreement and the article will not be voted upon we urge you to stay tuned and please plan to attend the Town Meeting on April 24th.

Thank you,
Wally