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Angel Run – 11/1 deadline

Don’t allow your kids to miss out on an Angel Run shirt – register by the 11/1 deadline.




Angel Run – 12/4 at noon


Register now for the 2016 Angel Run

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Greetings Angel Run Friends,

Join us for the 11th running (or walking) of the Angel Run on Sunday, December 4th at 12pm! Note we are starting the race 2 hours earlier than in years past.

Registration for the MFi Angel Run is officially open. Registration is exclusively online at and runs through November 1st. Register by this date to receive the always popular commemorative Angel Run shirt. After November 1st online registration will close and sign ups will be limited to the day of the event only, with no shirt option.

Once again this year we will be offering bib tag timing to provide you the most accurate time possible.

New this year is a special separate starting corral for competitive runners. To qualify you must have completed a 5K in under 22 minutes. Be sure to note this on your registration.


Needham Bank is the Exclusive Presenting Sponsor
of the 2016 MFi Angel Run

Register Now!

We hope to see you there (with bells on!)


The MFi Angel Run Team



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You registered for the 2014 MFi Angel Run

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Medfield Town House

459 Main Street

Medfield, MA 02052


Meeting(s) on affordable housing


This morning, Chris McCue offered to help with the upcoming 9/26 meeting about affordable housing (since I had advocated for a meeting to discuss affordable housing issues).  But since I had not organized, nor planned the 9/26 meeting (I only learned about it when I went to the last Selectmen meeting), I forwarded Chris’ offer to the town administration.  I received this response from Kristine Trierweiler –

The meeting on 9/26 was for town boards to discuss affordable housing with the BOS. I believe that is separate from a town wide forum on 40B. Mike had been working with Mark on that. 

Given that, Chris is correct that people will be attending the working session on 9/26 as well so I will touch base with Mark/Mike on scheduling the 40B meeting similar to the one we held when Parc was first proposed. 



I apologize if my lack of information caused me to jump to conclusions that mislead anyone about that 9/26 meeting.  I had actually mistakenly believed that the 9/26 meeting was intended as the public forum on 40B and affordable housing that I had envisioned, but apparently it is not – although the public meeting may now be getting arranged.  It looks like we may be getting two separate meetings:

  • one targeted at town boards, discussing the issues, and
  • one targeted at the public, seeking to inform and seek input, I imagine.

PanMass – “No Track!” in Medfield

Dear Pete,

The first year living on Harding Street we awoke one August morning to hearing “quack……quack……quack”. We discovered that it wasn’t “quack” but cyclists whizzing by saying “track……track……track”.

Today there was joy in voices as they approached the West Mill St & Harding intersection exclaiming “track..NO TRACK!”

20160805-Pan Mass Challenge

Thank you to you, fellow Selectman, Mike Sullivan and all the other town staff for spearheading the effort to remove the tracks. It was timely and much appreciated by the PanMass bikers. Personally I appreciate not hearing “thud-thud-thud-thud-thud” anymore.

My only concern is the speed at which drivers come around the curve from Med State. Is it possible to post the mobile sign showing how fast people are driving for a little while?

Sincerely, Teresa James

Former selectman Richard DeSorgher was particularly persistent while serving as a selectman in seeking to have the RR crossings on both Harding and Farm Streets improved.  Given how fast the change happened yesterday morning on Harding, during the hour I was holding office hours at The Center, I am guessing that the rails are still below the new asphalt.

The Medfield Police Department’s radar sign has actually been parked around the corner for the past week on Hospital Road at Clayton.


Straw Hat Park opening

Straw Hat Park opening invite

Upcoming events

Email this afternoon from Mike –

A few updates on work

scheduled to start up soon

Electricity to be turned on at Hospital Water Tower – Friday

Transformer on Longmeadow to be replaced – next week

Filling of new hospital water tower – when tank is cleaned and sterilized probably next week

Old Water tower to be demolished – not yet determined

Paving of Green Street – tomorrow or Friday

Paving of North Meadows Road from West Street to Charles River – next week

Replacement of South Street gas main from Pound to Philip – next week

Hauling of fill from high school field by DPW today or tomorrow until finished

Car show at former hospital – Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. [I am not sure, but I think it is Sunday]

Sounds like a good time to go away.




Girl Scouts turn 100

Medfield Girl Scouts turned 100 years old today, and were congratulated by Representative Denise Garlick, above, amongst others, at the Gazebo. It is officially Girl Scout day in town.