BoS 8/20 agenda


Board of Selectmen
Town Hall, Chenery Meeting Room, 2nd floor Tuesday August 20, 2013 @ 7:00 PM

AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

ACTION

Discuss letter received from Town of Walpole regarding Department of Development Services’ RFP for construction of group home in a Walpole neighborhood Notice from Metropolitan Area Planning Council regarding annual Municipal Elections to the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization. Nomination papers due September 27,2013

Discuss the RFQ for the State Hospital Redevelopment Committee’s Visioning Forum

LICENSES & PERMITS

Request for a Neighborhood Block Party in the Morse Drive area, Saturday September 28,2013

PENDING
Annual committee appointments
Mission statement for the Economic Development Committee
Selectmen’s goals

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BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Mark Gallivan, Chainnan
Michael C. Berry, Vice Chainnan
Nancy Mackenzie, Clerk
Christopher G. Timson
CliffoiiSiiliffer,’ JT.”
August 2, 2013
Medfield Board of Selectmen
459 Main St
Medfield, MA 02052
RE: RFP, Project 201282000
30 Year Lease, Group Home
Dear Board of Selectmen:
TOWN HALL
135 School Street
Walpole, MA 02081
(508) 660-7277
(508}6§0~ 7276″
Fax (508) 660-7303
The Town of Walpole recently received a building permit application from CIL Realty of
Massachusetts, Incorporated, to construct a group home containing five bedrooms. This
home is situated in a rural residential neighborhood and must be at minimum 2,735 s.f.
CIL Realty had responded to an RFP from DCAMM on behalfofthe Department of
Developmental Services a copy of this RFP is enclosed. The Board of Selectmen wanted
to make you aware that your community was included in the listing of the site locations.
This Board was not made aware of this proposal prior to the building permit application.
We have reached out to the Department of Developmental Services to better educate
ourselves in the process this State Agency uses when choosing the communities in their
RFP’s. This Board would have appreciated being made aware of the State encouraging
growth in our community as this proposal can have an impact on our inspectional service
departments as well as public safety.
There have been many questions by the neighbors on this street and if we had been made
aware of this proposal prior to the building permit application, this Board could have held
a forum to answer questions and or concerns raised by our residents.
We would like to know if your community was made aware of this RFP or have had a
similar situation. We would greatly appreciate hearing from you regarding this issue.
Sincerely
WALPOLE BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Mark Gallivan, Chairman
RECEIVED
AUG 082013
MEOFIELD SELECTME[\I
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Mark Gallivan, Chairman
Michael C. Berry, Vice Chairman
Nancy Mackenzie, Clerk
Christopher G. Timson
TOWN HALL
135 School Street
Walpole, MA 02081
(508) 660-7277
(508) 660-7276
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August 2,2013
Commissioner Elin M. Howe
Department of Developmental Services
500 Harrison Ave
Boston, MA 02118
Dear Commissioner Howe:
The Town of Walpole has received an application to construct a group home on
Nightingale Farm Road in our town. The applicant, ClL Realty of Massachusetts,
Incorporated provided our Building Commissioner with a copy of the Request for
Proposals for Project #201282000. This RFP outlines particular towns including
Walpole as the possible site location for this project.
The Board of Selectmen is inquiring as to what procedure was used that included
Walpole in the listing of communities for this project. The Board would like to better
educate themselves on the process DDS uses in choosing the communities in their
Request for proposals for a group home.
Further, the Board questions the encouragement of unexpected growth in our town which
may require future services to the residents. Does DDS reimburse the community for
additional costs associated with inspections performed during the construction of this
home?
Your assistance in this most important matter is greatly appreciated.
WALPOLE BOARD OF SELECTMEN
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GOVERNOR
TIMOTHY P. MURRAY
LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
Mr. David 0. McKinley
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ClL Realty of Massachusetts Incorporated
157 Charter Oak Avenue, 3′” Floor
Hartford, Connecticut 06106
GtENSHOR
SECRETARY, ADMINISTRATION
8. FINANce
CAROLE CORNELISON
GOMMJSSIONER
RE: Request for Proposals (the RFP) on behalf of the Department of Developmental Services (DDS),
Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Cambridge, Canton, Chelsea, Dedham, Dover, Foxboro,
Framingham, Holliston, Medfield, Millis, Natick, Needham, Newton, Norfolk, Northborough,
Norwood, Plainville, Sharon, Sherborn, Sudbury, Walpole, Waltham, Watertown, Wayland,
Wellesley, Westborough, Weston, Westwood, or Wrentham, Project #201282000.
Dear Mr. McKinley:
The Division of Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM) has completed the
evaluation of proposal received for the RFP. DCAMM is pleased to advise ClL Realty of Massachusetts,
Incorporated, (the Proposer) that DCAMM has determined that the proposal for a 30-Year LeasePurchase
Agreement for a group home of 2,735 square feet at a site “To Be Determined” (the Proposal),
best satisfies the criteria set forth in the RFP.
Please see the Commonwealth 30-year Lease Purchase Agreement that accompanied the RFP (the
Lease) for the definitions of initially capitalized terms-of-art in this letter that are not otherwise defmed in
this letter.
Without limiting or modifying the conditions set forth in the RFP or the Commonwealth 30-year Lease
Purchase Agreement (the Lease), selection of these Proposals is subject to the following conditions:
L The Proposer must identify in writing a group home site (the Site), in accordance with the defined
search area within the RFP by September 13, 2013, The Proposer must demonstrate, to the
satisfaction of DCAMM and the User Agency that the Site meet all requirements and satisfies all
criteria of the RFP,
To confirm agreement with and acceptance of these conditions as written, a counterpart of this
letter must be executed and dated (as provided below) by a person authorized to bind the Proposer and
returned not later than 2:00 PM on June 17,2013 to Peter M. Woodford, Senior Project Manager, at the
June 11,2013
Mr. David O. McKinley
ClL Realty of Massachusetts Incorporated
RE: Request For Proposals (the RFP), Project # 201282000
–Page 2 —-
letterhead address. (Failure of the Proposer to timely comply with this paragraph may result, in the sole
discretion of DCAMM, in the termination of this conditional selection.)
Upon timely compliance by the Proposer with the immediately preceding paragraph;
representatives of DCAMM and DDS will contact the Proposer to finalize the provisions of a lease that
must be in the form of the Commonwealth 30-Year Lease-Purchase Agreement that accompanied the
RFP. (All capitalized terms of art in this notification are defined in the Commonwealth 30-Year LeasePurchase
Agreement 9r- in this notification.) Any changes to or deviations from the RFP specifications,
the Proposal, or the Commonwealth 30-Year Lease-Purchase Agreement are subject to approval by
DCAM. Lease is not final until it has been approved and executed by DCAMM. Any expenses incurred
by the Proposer before execution of a Lease are incurred at the Proposer’s sole risk.
Please note that the only purpose of this notification is to advise the Proposer of the current status
of the selection process. This notice does not constitute a commitment by the Commonwealth to enter
into a lease or an acceptance by the Commonwealth of the proposed Total Annual Rent or of any other
provision of the Proposal. While it is assumed that the parties will make a good-faith effort to negotiate a
lease, the Commonwealth reserves the right to terminate this conditional selection and negotiation due to
unforeseen changes in the requirements of DDS, the failure to fmalize a lease in a timely fashion, or if, for
any other reason, termination is deemed to be in the best interest of the Commonwealth in the sole
discretion of DCAMM. If negotiations are terminated, the Commonwealth may re-advertise or enter into
negotiations with another proposer.
If there are any questions, please call the Senior Project Manager, Peter M. Woodford, at 617-
727-8000, extension 347.
ClL Realty of Massachusetts Incorporated
By:
Name
Title
cc: Paul Antonellis, DDS
Tracking File # 201282000
Sincerely,
WA,~~~
Martha Goldsmith, Director
Office of Leasing and State Office Planning
Date Signed
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METROPOLITAN “‘PEA PLANNING COUNCIL
August 5, 2013
TO: Chief Elected Officials
MBTAAdvis()rY·Boaid···
177 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111
Tel: (617) 426-6054 Fax: (617) 451-2054
AUG 0 i’Z013
MEDFiElD SELECTMEN
FR: Paul Regan, Executive Director, MBTA Advisory Board
Marc Draisen, Executive Director, Metropolitan Area Planning Conncil
RE: Municipal Elections to the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization
IMPORTANT DATES:
• Nomination Papers Due – Friday, September 27, 2013, at 5:00 PM, to MAPC;
• Election – MAPC Fall Council Meeting end of October; date, location and time
to be decided.
We are pleased to forward a copy of the election procedures for the elected mnnicipal seats on
the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The MPO is responsible for
planning and programming fmancial resources for a multi-modal transportation system for the
10 I mnnicipalities in the Boston region. (An overview of MPO member responsibilities is
included as Attachment C of the Official Notice of Elections.)
The MPO seat currently held by the City of Somerville representing the Inner Core Committee
sub-region and the MPO seat currently held by the Town of Frarningham representing the
MetroWest Regional Collaborative sub-region are up for election this year. Any mnnicipality
from the Inner Core or Metro West sub-regions may seek nominations to run for their respective
open sub-regional seat.
The MPO has 22 voting members, which currently include:
State members
Massachusetts Departroent of Transportation (MassDOT) with three seats appointed by the
Secretary of Transportation, at least one of which is from its Highway Division;
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA);
Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport)
Regional members
Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC);
META Advisory Board;
Regional Transportation Advisory Conncil (RTAC)
Municipal members
City of Boston with two seats
Twelve (12) elected municipalities, one seat each from the eight MAPC sub-regions.
Inner Core Committee: Somerville
Three Rivers Inter~local Council: Norwood
South West Area Planning Committee: Medway
Metro West Regional Collaborative: Framingham
North Suburban Planning Council: Woburn
North Shore Task Force: Beverly
Minuteman Advisory Group on Inter-local Coordination: Bedford
South Shore Coalition: Braintree
Two (2) cities filling at-large seats: Newton and Everett
Two (2) towns filling at-large seats: Arlington and Lexington
All elected municipal seats (including the sub-regional seats) are elected by all of the 101
municipalities in the Boston Region MPO area. Each of the 101 municipalities may vote for one
(I) municipality for each of the two (2) open sub-regional seats.
The election will be held at MAPC’s Fall Council Meeting end of October; date, location and
time to be decided. At that time, municipalities to hold the two sub-regional seats will be elected
to the MPO. The usual process of mailing ballots and accepting absentee ballots will apply, as
described in the procedures.
In order to qualifY to be on the ballot, each chief elected official who wishes to be a candidate
must secure the signatures of five chief elected officials in the region, including their own. Chief
elected officials may only sign nomination papers for one municipality per sub-region for
the two open sub-regional seats. Nominations are due to MAPC by 5:00 PM on Friday,
September 27, 2013, and must be filed in person or by mail at the MAPC, 60 Temple Place,
6th Floor, Boston, MA 02111. Faxes or emails will not be accepted.
A copy of the official notice and procedures for nomination and election to the MPO are
attached. We appreciate your interest in this important matter and look forward to your
participation. If you have questions, please call Eric Bourassa (617) 933-0740 or Paul Regan at
(617) 426-6054.
Attachments
cc:
Official Notice, including Attachments A – C
Nomination Papers
Statement of Candidacy
MBTA Advisory Board
Sub-regional Chairs
Official Notice
2013 Boston Region MPO Municipal Election Procedures
At the MAPC Fall Council Meeting, end of October 2013 (date, time, location TBD), elections will be
held for two (2) of the twelve (12) elected municipal seats on the Boston Region Metropolitan Plauning
Organization (MPO). At that time two (2) municipalities (each representing an MAPC Subregion) will
be elected to the MPO by the chief elected officials of the 101 municipalities which constitute the
Boston metropolitan region. Pursuant to the MPO Memorandum of Understanding, approved on July 7,
2011, MAPC and the MBT A Advisory Board (Advisory Board) administer the election of the municipal
representatives to the MPO. .
MPO Seats Up For Election
One (1) municipality from the Inner Core Committee.
One (1) municipality from the MetroWest Regional Collaborative.
Terms of election on the MPO are for three years.
Nomination Process
Nominees for the elected municipal seats shall be the chief elected official of the municipality. In cities
this is the Mayor or, if the city does not have the office of Mayor, then the Chairman of the Council,
with the exception of Plan E cities (Cambridge) in which case it shall be the City Manager. In towns,
the chief elected official is the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen. The MPO will accept the
Chairman’s nomination of a candidate whether or not the full Board of Selectman has voted it.
A nominee for an open municipal seat must receive five nominations made by any chief elected official
from the Boston region, regardless of which sub-region they are from. A chief elected official may
nominate his or her municipality and that nomination shall count as one of the five nominations needed
to place a municipality on the ballot. Each chief elected official may only sign nomination papers for
one municipality per sub-region for the two open seats.
Nominations papers are due on Friday, September 27,2013 to MAPC by 5:00 PM and must be
filed in person or by mail at MAPC, 60 Temple Place, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02111, Attn: MPO
Elections. Faxes or emails will not be accepted. Nomination papers shall include a statement of
candidacy (250 word limit) of the community, also due on September 27.
Voting Process
Each of the 101 municipalities may vote for one (1) municipality from each of the two (2) open subregional
seats.
Ballot
A ballot will be prepared by MAPC and the Advisory Board based on the certification of nomination
papers. The ballot shall contain a list of the nominated municipalities. Candidate communities shall
appear on the ballot in an order drawn by lot by designated officers ofMAPC and the Advisory Board.
The subregion of each of the communities shall be identified on the ballot. A candidates’ booklet shall
be issued that shall contain the statement of candidacy of the communities. The list of communities
shall appear in the booklet in the same order that they appear on the ballot. In a second mailing, MAPC
and the Advisory Board will include an absentee ballot and instructions for how municipalities can cast
their vote.
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i SUBREGION
I North Shore Task Force
i
North Suburban Planning
Council
Minuteman Advisory Group
Interlocal Coordination
(MAGIC)
Metro West Regional
Collaborative
South West Advisory
Planning Committee (SWAP)
Three Rivers (TRIC)
South Shore Coalition
Inner Core
Attachment A
MAPC Sub-regions
COMMUNITIES
Beverly, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich,
Manchester-by-the-Sea, Marblehead, Middleton, Nahant,
Peabody, Rockport, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield,
Wenham
Burlington, Lynnfield, North Reading, Reading,
Stoneham, Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester,
Woburn
Acton, Bedford, Bolton, Boxborough, Carlisle,
Concord, Hudson, Lexington, Littleton, Lincoln,
Maynard, Stow, Sudbury
Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Marlborough, Natick,
Southborough, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston
Bellingham, Dover, Franklin, Hopkinton, Medway,
Milford, Millis, Norfolk, Sherborn, Wrentham
Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Medfield, Milton,
Needham, Norwood, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton,
Walpole, Westwood
Braintree, Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham,
Holbrook, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Rockland,
Scituate, Weymouth
Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Cambridge,
Chelsea, Everett, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Milton,
Newton, Quincy, Revere, Saugus, Somerville, Waltham,
Watertowu, Winthrop
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Attachment C
Overview ofMPO Member Responsibilities
Background:
The Metropolitan Planning Organization is established as a required part of the transportation planning
process under federal law. It is responsible for planning and programming financial resources for a
multi-modal transportation system for the Boston region. The MPO was established in 1973.
The Boston MPO Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that details the governing structure and
process of the MPO can be viewed at http://www.bostomnpo.org/mou
Specific Responsibilities:
The MPO must prepare and approve several plans and programs on an annual basis. These include:
• The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), which programs funds for transportation
planning programs in the region;
• The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which programs federal, state, and local
funding for surface transportation projects (highway and transit).
The MPO also prepares and approves several other plans and programs as necessary. These include:
• The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which provides a 25-year plan for the Region’s
transportation needs and priorities and;
• The conformity of all surface transportation plans and programs with applicable federal laws
(including air quality, and the Americans with Disabilities Act).
MPO Meetings:
Meetings are held as needed to accomplish the MPO’s business. There are approximately two MPO
meetings a month and all but four are held in Boston, during the day, at the state transportation building.
Four MPO meetings will be held (one per quarter) outside of Boston. MPO meetings typically begin at
10 AM on the first and third Thursday of the month, and last approximately three hours. The MPO has
the authority to establish necessary committees to accomplish its responsibilities. Recent experience
suggests that the municipal members of the MPO or their designees attend at least two meetings per
month to accomplish the work of the MPO.
5
Official Notice
2013 Boston Region MPO Municipal Election Procedures
At the MAPC Fall Council Meeting, end of October 20 13 (date, time, location TBD), elections will be
held for two (2) of the twelve (12) elected municipal seats on the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning
Organization (MPO). At that time two (2) municipalities (each representing an MAPC Subregion) will
be elected to the MPO by the chief elected officials of the 101 municipalities which constitute the
Boston metropolitan region. Pursuant to the MPO Memorandum of Understanding, approved on July 7,
20 11, MAPC and the MBTA Advisory Board (Advisory Board) administer the election of the municipal
representatives to the MPO.
MPO Seats Up For Election
One (I) municipality from the Iuner Core Committee.
One (I) municipality from the MetroWest Regional Collaborative.
Terms of election on the MPO are for three years.
Nomination Process
Nominees for the elected municipal seats shall be the chief elected official of the municipality. In cities
this is the Mayor or, if the city does not have the office of Mayor, then the Chairman of the Council,
with the exception of Plan E cities (Cambridge) in which case it shall be the City Manager. In towns,
the chief elected official is the Chairman of the Board of Selectmen. The MPO will accept the
Chairman’s nomination of a candidate whether or not the full Board of Selectman has voted it.
A nominee for an open municipal seat must receive five nominations made by any chief elected official
from the Boston region, regardless of which sub-region they are from. A chief elected official may
nominate his or her municipality and that nomination shall count as one of the five nominations needed
to place a municipality on the ballot. Each chief elected official may only sign nomination papers for
one municipality per sub-region for the two open seats.
Nominations papers are due on Friday, September 27, 2013 to MAPC by 5:00 PM and must be
filed in person or by mail at MAPC, 60 Temple Place, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02111, Attn: MPO
Elections. Faxes or emails will not be accepted. Nomination papers shall include a statement of
candidacy (250 word limit) of the community, also due on September 27.
Voting Process
Each ofthe 101 municipalities may vote for one (I) municipality from each ofthe two (2) open subregional
seats.
Ballot
A ballot will be prepared by MAPC and the Advisory Board based on the certification of nomination
papers. The ballot shall contain a list of the nominated municipalities. Candidate communities shall
appear on the ballot in an order drawn by lot by designated officers ofMAPC and the Advisory Board.
The subregion of each of the communities shall be identified on the ballot. A candidates’ booklet shall
be issued that shall contain the statement of candidacy of the communities. The list of communities
shall appear in the booklet in the same order that they appear on the ballot. In a second mailing, MAPC
and the Advisory Board will include an absentee ballot and instructions for how municipalities can cast
their vote.
I
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SUBREGION
North Shore Task Force
North Suburban Planning
Council
Minuteman Advisory Group
Interlocal Coordination
(MAGIC)
MetroWest Regional
Collaborative
South West Advisory
Planning Committee (SWAP)
Three Rivers (TRIC)
South Shore Coalition
Inner Core
Attachment A
MAPC Sub-regions
COMMUNITIES
Beverly, Danvers, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Ipswich,
Manchester-by-the-Sea, Marblehead, Middleton, Nahant,
Peabody, Rockport, Salem, Swampscott, Topsfield,
Wenham
Burlington, Lynnfield, North Reading, Reading,
Stoneham, Wakefield, Wilmington, Winchester,
Woburn
Acton, Bedford, Bolton, Boxborough, Carlisle,
Concord, Hudson, Lexington, Littleton, Lincoln,
Maynard, Stow, Sudbury
Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Marlborough, Natick,
Southborough, Wayland, Wellesley, Weston
Bellingham, Dover, Franklin, Hopkinton, Medway,
Milford, Millis, Norfolk, Sherborn, Wrentham
Canton, Dedham, Dover, Foxborough, Medfield, Milton,
Needham, Norwood, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton,
Walpole, Westwood
Braintree, Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanover, Hingham,
Holbrook, Hull, Marshfield, Norwell, Pembroke, Rockland,
Scituate, Weymouth
Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Cambridge,
Chelsea, Everett, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Melrose, Milton,
Newton, Quincy, Revere, Saugus, Somerville, Waltham,
Watertown, Winthrop
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Attachment C
Overview ofMPO Member Responsibilities
Background:
The Metropolitan Planning Organization is established as a required part of the transportation planning
process under federal law. It is responsible for planning and programming financial resources for a
multi-modal transportation system for the Boston region. The MPO was established in 1973.
The Boston MPO Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that details the governing structure and
process of the MPO can be viewed at http://www.bostonmpo.org/mou
Specific Responsibilities:
The MPO must prepare and approve several plans and programs on an annual basis. These include:
• The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP), which programs funds for transportation
planning programs in the region;
• The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which programs federal, state, and local
funding for surface transportation projects (highway and transit).
The MPO also prepares and approves several other plans and programs as necessary. These include:
• The Regional Transportation Plan (RTP), which provides a 25-year plan for the Region’s
transportation needs and priorities and;
• The conformity of all surface transportation plans and programs with applicable federal laws
(including air quality, and the Americans with Disabilities Act).
MPO Meetings:
Meetings are held as needed to accomplish the MPO’s business. There are approximately two MPO
meetings a month and all but four are held in Boston, during the day, at the state transportation building.
Four MPO meetings will be held (one per quarter) outside of Boston. MPO meetings typically begin at
10 AM on the first and third Thursday of the month, and last approximately three hours. The MPO has
the authority to establish necessary committees to accomplish its responsibilities. Recent experience
suggests that the municipal members of the MPO or their designees attend at least two meetings per
month to accomplish the work of the MPO.
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I
1 c __ . __ ..
2013 MPO Statement of Candidacy
(250 Word Limit)
Municipality: ___________ _
Chief Elected Official: ____________ _
(Suggestions include a brief statement of qualifications; comments on the importance of
transportation to the region; and expectations for the Boston Metropolitan Planning
Organization)
——– ———– —-2013 MPOElection
Nomination Papers
Nominated Community Name of Chief Elected
Official
Signature
Open MPO Seat Community
is Running For D Inner Core
Seat
D MetroWest Seat
(only check one)
Nominating Community
Endorsers
Name of Chief Elected
Official
Signature
Individual endorsements may be attached as a separate letter but must specifY the municipality and the
official being nominated and must be signed by the chief elected official of the endorsing community.
Please return in person or by mail
By 5 PM on Friday, September 27, 2013 to:
Marc Draisen, Executive Director
Metropolitan Area Planning Council
60 Temple Place
Boston, MA 02111
Phone inquiries to
Eric Bourassa, MAPC (617) 933 -0740
Paul Regan, MBTA Advisory Board (617) 426-6054
Morse Drive Neighborhood Block Party: Saturday, September 28 – medfield.net – SmarterMaii
Morse Drive Neighborhood Block Party: Saturday, September 28
Wed 8/7/20134:41 PM
From: stella.demopoulos@comcast.net
~~ _To:_eclarke@medfield.net ____ ~_~~
Cc: Sophia Poulopoulos
Hi Evelyn,
Page 1 of 1
It was a pleasure speaking with you today. Below, please find the information you requested
required to obtain the permit for our neighborhood block party.
As you know, I’m requesting a permit for a neighborhood block party for Saturday Sept 28,
2013 (rain date of Sunday, September 29, 2013). This would be our 3rd annual get together
and it’s a great opportunity to ~et the neighborhood families together. The location for the block
party will be Morse Drive; ~ d – ‘I P I’Vl
I understand the Selectman’s meeting is scheduled for August 20th and we should hear from
you shortly thereafter with a decision.
Please, let me know if you require additional information.
Best Regards,
Stella Demopoulos
http://mail.medfield.netiMainlfrmMessagePrint.aspx?popup=true&messageid=22352&folder=Inbox&user=ecIarke&domain=medfield.net&mapped=True… 8/8/2013

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