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BoS on 3/7

Meeting minutes March 7, 2017 Chenery Meeting Room draft PRESENT: Selectmen Fisher, Peterson, Marcucci; Town Administrator Sullivan; Assistant Town Administrator Trierweiler; Town Counsel Cerel; Administrative Assistant Clarke Chairman Fisher called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and read announcements. MASS STANDARD CONTRACT FORM DPW Director Maurice Goulet is present The Town's MASS Service Agreement is about to expire. Director Maurice Goulet explained that by the Town renewing we will be allowed to receive and expend grant funds that the Transfer Station and Recycling Committee may receive VOTE: On a motion made and seconded it was voted unanimously to authorize Chairman Fisher execute the MASS Standard Contract Form and as requested by DPW Director Maurice Goulet CHAPTER 90 REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST VOTED unanimously to sign Chapter 90 Reimbursement Forms for engineering services in amount of $7,153.84 for Philip Street project and as recommended by DPW Director Maurice Goulet COMMITIEE APPOINTMENT Medfield Historical Commission co-chairs David Temple and Dan Bibel request the Selectmen vote to appoint Caitlin Struble as a member of the commission and it was so voted GIRL SCOUT GOLD AWARD The Selectmen are invited to attend the Girl Scout Gold Award Ceremony for Julie Han Sunday March 26, 2017 2:00 PM at the United Church of Christ 2017 TOWN MEETING WARRANT Board of Selectmen are requested to vote to open the warrant to add a second article pertaining to storm water management that will be added as a new chapter in the Town's Code Book. VOTE: on a motion made and seconded it was voted unanimously to open the 2017 Warrant Selectman Peterson remarked that as we are opening the warrant he would like to add an article regarding the Community Preservation Act. He strongly feels that Medfield should be receiving matching funds from the state that could be allocated to our affordable housing trust. March 7, 2017 Page two Selectman Marcucci responded that when the CPA Committee came before us in the fall they advised not to place an article on the 2017 warrant but wait for 2018 ATM. This will give the Committee additional time to present information to the residents. VOTE: on a motion made and seconded it was voted unanimously to close the 2017 Warrant ECONOMIC DEVEWPMENT COMMITTEE, CHAIR PAT CASEY Mr. Casey said that as a result the Downtown Summit one of the committee's initiatives is to help improve parking in the downtown area. The committee applied to the state for a grant to pay for a parking study, however as of now the state has not responded. Cost of the study is $15,000-$16,000. Mr. Casey continued saying that the committee is hoping to do a parking management study that would focus on additional signs, markings indicating parking spaces that may help with parking issues. Discussion ensued about the two articles on the warrant and it was agreed that at town meeting to have the two articles come up together for discussion (downtown improvements and phase II parking study). Committee membership; the committee recommends and requests the Selectmen vote to appoint member Joe Seier as an associate member and associate member Alex Jowdy as a full member of the Economic Development Committee and it was so voted. BOARD OFWATERAND SEWERAGE Present Jeremy Marsette, Bill Harvey and Christian Carpenter Discussion took place regarding warrant articles pertaining to water and sewer. Town Meeting will vote on leasing space on the new water located for wireless facilities. Question is whether revenues collected are deposited in the water enterprise fund or the general fund. The Selectmen feel it is better served to the townspeople deposit be made in the general fund. No decision made; committee to discuss at their March 9 meeting. The next couple of articles deal with water bans and water conservation; should private well users adhere to the water ban restrictions and secondly when water department employees are denied entry onto private property to repair and or replace water meters should fines be established. Town Counsel drafted these articles. Mr. Marsette remarked that his board was not aware they were the sponsors of these articles. Mr. Sullivan said that placing the water board as sponsor in the draft of warrant articles is only for a placeholder. All in agreement that the committee should confer at their March 9 meeting if articles should move forward; Town Counsel will attend the meeting for discussion. The Selectmen feel that there is a lot of interest regarding these issues that the articles will move forward and the Selectmen will sponsor. The Selectmen thanked the Board of Water and Sewerage for their contributions to the discussion. The Selectmen are requested to sign Amendment No. 3 for further extended construction phase services for the watermain and storage tank. March 7, 2017 Page three VOTE: On a motion made by Selectman Peterson, seconded by Selectman Marcucci it was voted unanimously to sign Hospital Road Watermain and Storage Tank Amendment No. 3/ for Further Extended Construction Phase Services in the amount of $94,100.00 INSURANCE ADVISORY COMMITIEE, PETER MORAN CHAIR Mr. Moran explained that the committee is proposing to offer Town employees another option for health insurance, a high deductible plan. Presently the Town pays 62% towards an employee's HMO plan and about 50% towards a PPO plan. With the new proposal family plan members would be subject to a deductible of $2,000 ($4,000 in total for family plan) and with new proposal individual member would be subject to a $2,000 deductible. The Insurance Advisory Committee recommends for employees enrolling in the new high deductible plan, the Town match the subscribers' contribution up to $1,200 per year for the family plan; up to $600 per year for individuals. Subscriber could elect to contribute additional funds to the health savings account under federal law, however, the Town would not match these contributions. The savings accounts would roll over year to year as any monies not spent will remain in the account. A workshop will be scheduled with employees who are health insurance members to clarify the information. With this new plan the Town will see considerable savings as well as those insured will benefit from lower premiums. The Selectmen are requested to vote on the new health insurance option. VOTE: On a motion made and seconded it was voted unanimously to offer a high deductible health insurance option to current employees with a health savings account and a contribution match of $1,200 for a family plan and $600 for an individual plan On another health insurance issue; for many years the Town has offered health insurance to members of the Board of Selectman and the Board of Assessors. This has not been an issue through past years as insurance was relatively inexpensive. However as those premiums have recently been climbing significantly the Warrant Committee advises not to offer insurance going forward to future elected officials. Current elected officials would not be affected. VOTE: On a motion made and seconded it was voted unanimously to not offer health insurance benefits to new/future elected officials and as recommended by the Warrant Committee. The Town Clerk whose position is full time would still be eligible SIGN WARRANT VOTED unanimously to sign the March 27, 2017 Town Election Warrant March 7, 2017 Page four Regarding the Town Election Mr. Sullivan commented that no candidates for the Board of Assessors or Trust Fund Commissioners have come forward. Please give serious thought to join either of these two committees. MINUTES VOTED unanimously to accept the minutes of January 31 as submitted and accept the February 7, 2017 minutes as amended LICENSES AND PERMITS VOTED unanimously to grant permission to the high school Boys Baseball and Girls Softball Teams to hold a fundraising car wash behind Town Hall on Sunday May 7, 2017 VOTED unanimously to grant permission for the third annual (jod Loves :Jvt.edjfie{d Community 'Day of Service to take place Saturday April 22 and organized by Pastor Jonathan Chechile VOTED unanimously to grant permission for signs to be posted March 18 to March 27 promoting a food drive for the Medfield Food Cupboard on Town Election Day atthe voting polls VOTED unanimously to grant permission to the Medfield Voter Services Committee to post signs March 9 to 10 promoting Medfield Candidate Forum on March 16 in the high school auditorium VOTED unanimously to grant the Council on Aging one-day wine and malt beverage permits for March 15 St Patrick's Dinner; April 12 Town Meeting Supper Club; May 6 ARCP Dance; May 17 May Supper Club; additionally Wednesday Summer Cookouts June 14 & 28; July 12 & 26; August 23 PENDING Dwight Derby House appropriation by Citizen Petition Letter received from Heather Gordon stating that the Dwight Derby House Committee agrees to the dismissal of the warrant article requesting appropriation of $10,000 and will accept the amount of $9,500 (balance in downtown improvement article) that will be allocated for Dwight Derby House improvements. The Selectmen are pleased with this solution. Mr. Sullivan remarked that 2017 Town Meeting may be meeting two nights, April 24 and 25. March 7, 2017 Page five SELECTMEN REPORI' Selectman Peterson attended Cub Scout Pack 200 Blue and Gold Banquet last Saturday commenting it was great fun. At the event he had a discussion with a Newton employee (Medfield resident) regarding ALS. He also attended a recent "inclusion meeting." Mr. Peterson held first Friday office hour at the CENTER, topic of discussion was affordable senior housing. Selectman Marcucci enjoyed the banquet. The good food was from Cutlets on North Street. Entertainment was Mike the Bubble Man, good fun. Selectman Fisher had the opportunity to ring the bell at the state hospital and enjoyed a tour through the chapel with John Thompson. He and his wife visited the "sugar shack" on Main Street. Owner Bob Piersiak does a terrific job making the maple syrup of which we now have quite a supply. INFORMATIONAL The Town has received a check in the amount of $23,004.40 for SREC credits. It was a good decision installing the solar array at the Wastewater Treatment Plant. ADJOURNMENT As there was no further business to come before the Board of Selectmen, the meeting adjourned at 8:45 PM.20170307_Page_220170307_Page_320170307_Page_420170307_Page_5

BoS on 3/21

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Candidate Forum at 6:30PM on 3/16 at MHS

Get to know the candidates:

  1. At The Center at Medfield from 5-7 p.m., March 8, for the FOSI “Meet and Greet”
  2. Medfield.TV videos on each of the candidates at http://www.medfield.tv/video-on-demand.
  3. Candidate Forum in the MHS Lowell Mason Auditorium 6:30PM on March 16

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Medfield Candidate Forum is Thursday, March 16 – Community members are invited to submit questions

 

Between Board of Selectman, School Committee and Library Trustee, Medfield has three contested races for this year’s election – it might even be a record!

 

In an effort to help educate voters before heading to the polls on Monday, March 27, a Voters Services Committee has organized a Medfield Candidate Forum in the MHS Lowell Mason Auditorium on the evening of Thursday, March 16.

 

The forum, sponsored by Hometown Weekly, kicks off with a reception in the lobby at 6:30 p.m., followed by the forum at 7 p.m. Through pre-submitted questions posed by moderator Richard DeSorgher, the Q&A portion will focus exclusively on the BOS and School Committee races. Library Trustee candidates will also be present, but will only present short prepared remarks. The evening is scheduled to end at about 8:30 p.m. Plans are also in development to provide attendees with information about the marijuana ballot question.

 

Anyone interested in submitting anonymous candidate questions for the forum can use this link:  http://www.hometownweekly.net/medfield/medfield-candidate-forum-seeks-questions/. Members of the Voters Services Committee, comprised of former Medfield League of Women Voter members and residents involved in civic affairs, will screen questions primarily for duplication and clarity.

 

All Medfield residents are encouraged not only to attend the Forum on March 16, but to also stop into the Center at Medfield from 5-7 p.m., March 8, for the FOSI “Meet and Greet” with all candidates. http://patch.com/massachusetts/medfield/fosi-hosting-candidate-meet-greet.

 

Medfield.TV and MHS students have also created videos on each of the candidates that you can find here:  http://www.medfield.tv/video-on-demand.

 

Get ready for a busy election season!

BoS minutes for 2/7/17

Meeting Minutes February 7, 2017 Chenery Meeting Room draft PRESENr: Selectmen Fisher, Peterson, Marcucci; Town Administrator Sullivan; Town Counsel Cerel; Administrative Assistant Clarke Chairman Fisher called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and remarked this meeting is being recorded. He asked for a moment of appreciation for our troops serving in the Middle East and around the world. Chairman Fisher announced that the Selectmen will go into executive session at the close of the meeting for the purpose of discussing acquisition of land APPOINTMENTS: 495 Partnership has postponed their meeting with the Selectmen tonight and also the Medfield Housing Authority has postponed GREEN COMMUNI1Y Chairman Fisher was pleased to report that the Department of Energy Resources has announced that Medfield has been designated a Green Community. Along with this designation the Town has been awarded a $146,815.00 grant. Congratulations to the Energy Committee who has worked very hard and being consistent in making certain that the Town met all of the program's criteria for this designation. Selectmen Fisher and Marcucci acknowledged Selectman Peterson as an ex-officio member of the committee and his involvement to make Medfield a Green Community. TOWN'S AUDITOR The Town has once again engaged Powers & Sullivan, LLC Certified Public Accountants to perform the audit for fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, 2018 and 2019. The Selectmen are requested to vote to sign the engagement letter. VOTED unanimously to sign engagement letter with auditing firm Powers & Sullivan, LLC PENDING Town Administrator evaluation. Mr. Sullivan has completed 42 years of excellent service to the Town. The Personnel Board has recommended a 4% merit increase. The Selectmen agree this amount is fair; Medfield does not give perks as other towns, i.e. vehicles, matching deferred comp amounts. Selectman Peterson advised that a review of Town Administrator goals should be done each year to check off completed items and perhaps add new ones. Selectman Peterson would like to see town and school finances come under one director. Mr. Sullivan remarked that Town Treasurer, Town Accountant, Tax Assessor work very well together and accomplish all that is necessary very smoothly. Medfield is fortunate to have such a cohesive group. February 7, 2017 Page two Voted unanimously to approve a 4% merit increase for Town Administrator Michael J. Sullivan for Fiscal Year 17 LICENSES AND PERMITS VOTED unanimously to grant a one-day wine and malt beverage permit to St Edward Parish for event to take place Saturday February 11, 2017 7-9 PM PENDING ITEMS: WARRANT ARTICLES Marijuana Resident Carol Read remarked that she really wants to be sure that Medfield voters have the opportunity to opt out of retail stores and cultivation of marijuana. Discussion ensued regarding should it be a town meeting vote, or take the safest way and place the question on the town election ballot. In the end it was agreed to make it a ballot question; prohibit marijuana sales and growing of marijuana in Medfield. Ms. Read presented a print out of wording used by the Town of Westborough that the Selectmen agreed Medfield should follow. Mr. Sullivan mentioned that there are warrant articles regarding zoning, placing a moratorium on all marijuana business along with taxing recreational marijuana. All to be discussed at annual town meeting. Several articles were highlighted: appropriation for providing ongoing maintenance and security at the hospital site in the amount of $50,000; lease space on the new water tower to wireless providers for up to 20 years; increase the senior tax work off amount from $500 to $1,000. Mr. Sullivan pointed out that there is a citizen petition regarding the Dwight Derby House; appropriate $10,000 for making improvements and repairs. He suggests using the $9,500 grant for downtown improvements for this purpose. Additional discussion to follow regarding overrides, ALS services, appropriate $5,000 for trapping beavers and also amending zoning bylaws. The Selectmen agree that should a special election be necessary for three overrides (operating budget, ALS services and affordable housing trust) the election will take place after annual Town Meeting. MEDFIELD AIR FIELD /MODEL AIRCRAFf This area is located near the hospital site adjacent to the Charles River and has been used for a very long time by those who enjoy flying model aircraft. However, recently some have been flying the popular drones at the site. Wright Dickinson, Harding Street resident present tonight reported to the Board that he is concerned about the noise level emitting from the model airplanes. These models can be very loud and some are using radios to play music, again at February 7, 2017 Page three quite a high volume. He feels it is a disturbance to those who enjoy hiking in the area and suggests that perhaps some dialog be started to help alleviate the situation. Recently a Millis resident sent an email to Medfield suggesting that a Medfield Appreciation Day be held at the site to promote this activity as an educational and exciting hobby. It is believed that there has been some negative press about model aircraft flying. Inviting the community to the site would help to show that many fliers are conscientious about their interests. The discussion concluded by proposing that the Millis resident be invited to a future Selectmen's meeting to discuss the issues. 2017 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT VOTE: Selectman Peterson made a motion seconded by Selectman Marcucci to close the 2017 Town Meeting Warrant. Vote was unanimous SELECTMENT REPORT Selectman Peterson reported that he attended the Planning Board meeting to learn more about the proposed zoning bylaw changes. It is a very large undertaking by the members of the board. At one of the sessions he attended during the recent MMA annual meeting the secretary of elder affairs talked about the fact that funding is very difficult to find for expansion projects such as Tilden Village. Ms. Trierweiler noted that she will be meeting next week with the Affordable Housing Specialist the Town has engaged, Community Opportunities Group. EXECUTIVE SESSION Selectman Peterson, Clerk of the Board read the following: the Medfield Board of Selectmen needs to meet in executive session for the purpose of discussing acquisition of land and not reconvene in open session. Roll call vote at 9:30 PM, Mr. Marcucci yes; Mr. Fisher yes; Mr. Peterson yes.20170207_page_220170207_page_3

BoS minutes for 1/31/17

Meeting Minutes January 31, 2017 Chenery Meeting Room draft PRESENT: Selectmen Fisher, Peterson, Marcucci; Town Administrator Sullivan; Town Counsel Cerel; Administrative Assistant Clarke; Representative Denise Garlic Chairman Fisher called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM and announced this meeting is being recorded. Mr. Fisher asked for a moment of appreciation for our Troops serving in the Middle East and around the world. DALE STREET PROPOSED HOUSING PROJECT Selectman Michael Marcucci, Town Counsel Mark Cerel and consulting attorney Jay Talerman attended today's meeting with MASSHousing. Selectmen Marcucci opened tonight's meeting making the announcement that MASSHousing has determined that the conceptual project design is not appropriate for the site and therefore, has denied the application for the Medfield Meadows project. There were a large number of residents in the audience who were pleased to h.ear the news. Mr. Marcucci agrees this is cause for celebration, however, we must continue to move forward to reaching our affordable housing percentages that will in turn allow us to reject other projects such as this one that may come before the Town. Representative Denise Garlick made a brief announcement sayingthat this really is a result ofa team effort. Not only the diligence of the neighbors abutting the site for their extensive research but the community as a whole coming together; it was all duly noted by the Boston officials. She praised the Board of Selectmen and Town Administer Sullivan for their diligent hard work. Town Counsel Mark Cerel commented that it is extraordinary to have MassHousing deny a project. All the work and efforts from the Town did make an impact. NEW MARIJUANA IAW Resident Carol Read is present this evening to discuss the new law and what it means to Medfield. Ms. Read stated that she works in prevention and public health. In the November election Massachusetts voters said yes to a law to allow persons 21 and older to possess and use marijuana and products containing marijuana. Effective on December 15, 2016 it became legal to grow 12 marijuana plants per year in your house and legally give it away. She noted, however, that in Colorado the number of plants are six and in the state of Washington no growing of plants in your house. Ms. Read said that it is alarming to know that marijuana oils can be infused in edible products such as brownies, cookies candy and in "e cigarettes." These oils are very potent causing those January 31, 2017 January 31, 2017 Page two who do eat those products or even drink any of the colas containing this substance to become very ill. We have to be vigilant and make certain our children are not exposed to any of this. She would like to see Medfield opt out of allowing retail stores to sell these products. The Selectmen agreed to take this approach under consideration. It is noted that in Medfield a medical marijuana dispensary would only be allowed in the IE district after application to the Planning Board for a special permit. MEDFIELD ENERGY COMMITIEE Fred Bunger, Chair; Fred Davis and Cynthia Green members The topic of Medfield converting the Town's 347 street lights to LED and the maintenance of the lights has previously been proposed. Mr. Davis made a presentation this evening outlining the good benefits and cost savings to the Town. Right now the Town pays Eversource about $41,000 annually; converting to LED the cost goes way down to $8,300. Also the town could apply for a 30% grant from the Department of Energy Resources to help reduce the $105,000 cost of installation to an amount of $68,000. The average annual simple return on the investment would be 48% and would take 2.1 years to complete. Mr. Sullivan has been concerned about hiring a company to maintain the street lights. Eversource owns and maintains the lights; this would be the Town's responsibility if we purchase the fixtures from Eversource (probably at a cost of $1 per). The Energy Committee estimates maintenance costs at about $2,000 per year. The Town could contract with a company for a term of 1, 2 or 3 years; estimates of 3-5 day turn around for repairs. Mr. Sullivan has learned that Eversource is considering a lower usage rate for those street lights having LEDs. Should that work out for the Town then the maintenance of the lights would stay with the electric company. Hopefully the Town can obtain the proposed rate information in the very near future. MSH MAINTENANCE COMMITIEE, JOHN THOMPSON CHAIR Mr. Thompson has a few items to discuss this evening. At a previous Selectmen's meeting he mentioned that there is a contractor that would place containers at the hospital site along with bag dispensers for dog owners to use to take care of dog waste. Two containers to be placed at the hospital site and two near the Wheelock School. The cost is $8,000 per year; Park and Recreation will split the cost with the Hospital Maintenance Committee. John has obtained a quote to do necessary roof work on the Chapel Building, replace the down spouts and board up windows; cost $2,237.60. The Board agreed the work should be done. John's next item concerns separate fee for non-profit organizations to use the hospital site. The car show that was held in June was a good success. That organization was for profit and a fee of $2000 was paid. He has had inquiry from an out of town non-profit organization for a car January 31, 2017 Page three show. John's question to the Board is should we have a different rate for non-profit. The Selectmen agree that out-of-town profit or non-profit should pay the same rate. In town charities that benefit the town the fee should be waived. MEETING MINUTES VOTED unanimously to accept the minutes of November 29, December 6, 2016 and January 3 and 17, 2017 as submitted COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT VOTED unanimously to appoint Michael Weintraub to the Transfer Station and Recycling Committee and as recommended by Chairman Megan Sullivan POURING PERMIT FEE ABCC has approved the applications for a pouring permit submitted by Seventh Wave Brewing and Astraluna. The Selectmen discussed and voted an annual fee for the license. VOTE: A motion was made by Selectman Peterson to set an annual fee of $750.00 for a Farmer Series Pouring Permit for brewery or distillery, seconded by Selectman Marcucci. Vote was unanimous 67 NORTH STREET VOTED unanimously to authorize Chairman Fisher execute the LIP application (Local Initiative Project) for Medfield Holdings LLC (developer Robert Borrelli) project at 67 North Street consisting of eight unit affordable rentals OTHER ITEMS The Board agreed to hold discussion regarding the warrant, Town Administrator's evaluation and other items until next meeting. Before adjourning Selectman Fisher reminded the listening audience to attend the state hospital open house information session on Tuesday February 7, 4-8 PM at the high school cafeteria. The committee has been hard at work putting together four possible options for the site for Medfield residents to review and comment. Please come. Meeting adjourned at 9:05 PM20170131_page_220170131_page_3

BoS on 3/7

TOWN OF MEDFIELD POSTED: MEETING TOWN CLERK NOTICE (0litl Of 1EOf EL • nn ~M .... 3 P 2: 3u POSTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF J.G.L~ Ctl1!HfR-fflf)ECTION 23A AS AMENDED. orbW~ cLER~ Board of SelectmeJ Board or Committee PLACE OF MEETING DAY, DATE, AND TIME Town Hall, Chenery Meeting Room 2nd floor Tuesday March 7, 2017 @ 7:00 PM AGENDA (SUBJECT TO CHANGE) 7:30 PM Board of Water and Sewerage Discuss warrant articles NEW BUSINESS DPW Director Maurice Goulet requests the Selectmen vote to sign two Chapter 90 Reimbursement Requests; engineering services for Philip Street project in amount of $7,153.84 and redesign North Street $5,288.57 Selectmen are requested to vote to appoint Caitlin Struble as a member of the Medfield Historical Commission and as recommended by co-Chairs David Temple and Dan Bibel Pastor Jonathan Chechile requests the Selectmen vote to grant permission for the third annual (joc{ Loves :M.edfie{c( Community 'Day of Service to take place on Saturday April 22. Vote to open 2017 Town Meeting Warrant to add a second article pertaining to storm water management Vote to close 2017 Town Meeting Warrant Vote to sign March 27, 2017 Town Election Warrant LICENSES AND PERMITS Medfield High School Boys Baseball and Girls Softball teams request permission to hold a fundraising car wash behind Town Hall on Sunday May 7, 2017 PENDING Discussion regarding 201 7 warrant articles Vote to dismiss Citizen Petition article pertaining to $10,000 appropriation for Dwight Derby House Other business that may come before the Board of Selectmen CHAPTER 90 - REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST Medfield Project:_ ______P_ h_il_,ip.__Str_e_e_t _____ Project request was approved on 8/25/16 for $100,000.00 ------------~ at 100% Reimbursement Rate = $ -10-0,-00-0.'0-0 ----------- 1) Attached are forms which document payment of approved expenditures totaling $-715-3.-84- ------:- for which we are requesting $7153.84 at the approved reimbursement rate of 100%. 2) The amount expended to date on this project is $-715-3.8-4 ------- 3) Is this request for a FINAL payment on this project? D Yes [8]No 4) Remarks: CERTIFICATION A. I hereby certify under the pains and penalties of perjury that the charges for labor, materials, equipment, and services itemized and summarized on the attached forms are true and correct, and were incurred on this project in conformance with the MassDOT Highway Division Policies and established Municipal Standards that were approved for this project. ~,,>duu- Director of Public Works ' 3/6/2017 (Signed) (Municipal Highway Official - Title) (Date) B. I/we certify under the pains and penalties of perjury that the items as listed or summarized on the attached forms were examined; that they are in conformity with our existing wage schedule, equipment rates, and all applicable statutes and regulations; that they are properly chargeable to the appropriation(s) designated for this work; and that Executive Order No. 195; dated April 27, 1981 is acknowledge as applicable. REVIEWED AND APPROVED FOR TRANSMITTAL by -911---t-'-'-"·1 1--"'-Q_~,_·d~U~·~ &~fA.,t.....,,k~--- Signed: tbwff f tc01.fNTANT (Accounting Officer's Title) DATE __3 _··. ._/G"-''f '--'-'7 _____ (Duly Authorized) *Submit this Chapter 90 Form to the District Highway Director CHAPTER 90 • MATERIALS • HED 454 FORM City/Town of MEDFIELD 'ATERIALS for period beginning 8116/2016 and ending _2_'12_B_V2_0_1_7_ _____ th inclusive, on account of Contract No 50878-10 with MassDOT Highway Division, ·. · Section 34, Clause 2(a). of Chapter 90 of the General Laws. VENDOR NAME ITEM QTY. UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNTS $ $ HNTB Engineering Services $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ TOTAL $ "To the best of my knowledge the purchases of materials or seNices appearing on this sheet are not in conflict with Chapter 779 of the Acts of 1962. Si ned under the enal of er:u . " 7,153.8400 7,153.8400 CHECK REMARKS # 187522 Date Accounting Approval Date HED-454 (R) ---· . CHAPTER 90 - REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST Medfield Project: Redesign North Street ~~~~~~~-=-~~~~~~~~~ Project request was approved on 5/3/16 for $179,455.99 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ at 100% Reimbursement Rate = $ 79,455.99 ~~~~~~~~~~~~- 1) Attached are forms which document payment of approved expenditures totaling $5288.57 ~~~~~~~~~~- for which we are requesting $5288.57 at the approved reimbursement rate of 100%. 2) The amount expended to date on this project is $25,832.58 ~'---~~~~~~~~ 3) Is this request for a FINAL payment on this project? 0Yes XNo 4) Remarks: CERTIFICATION A. I hereby certify under the pains and penalties of perjury that the charges for labor, materials, equipment, and services itemized and summarized on the attached forms are true and correct, and were incurred on ·this project in conformance with the MassDOT Highway Division Policies and established Municipal Standards that were approved for this project. Director of Public Works 3/6/2017 (Municipal Highway Official - Title) (Date) B. I/we certify under the pains and penalties of perjury that the items as listed or summarized on the· attached forms were examined; that they are in conformity with our existing wage schedule, equipment rates, and all applicable statutes and regulations; that they are properly chargeable to the appropriation(s) designated for this work; and that Executive Order No. 195, dated April 27, 1981 is acknowledge as applicable. REVIEWED AND AJ.>PROVED FOR TRANSMITTAL by -Cf+"'-fn-1t1-~ _,__Q'---c -,20170307-agenda-_page_0220170307-agenda-_page_0320170307-agenda-_page_0420170307-agenda-_page_0520170307-agenda-_page_0620170307-agenda-_page_0720170307-agenda-_page_0820170307-agenda-_page_0920170307-agenda-_page_10

Office hours tomorrow 9-10

I have my first Friday of the month selectman office hours tomorrow at The Center from 9-10am.