Selectman Thompson Bids Farewell to Her Seat After 30 Years
Selectman Ann Thompson will not run for re-election after serving 30 years on the board.
Tonight is the final meeting for Selectman Ann Thompson who will not run for re-election after serving 30 years on the Medfield Board of Selectmen.
Thompson, who chairs the committee this year, announced in November that she would not run for re-election.
A tireless volunteer who sits on many boards, Thompson said she will continue to serve on other boards as needed.
Thompson's final meeting has a full agenda including:
6:45 p.m. to 7 p.m., Executive Session for the purpose of discussing collective bargaining
7 p.m., Public Hearing, Earth Removal Permit; applicant Michael Lueders dba West Mill Street LLC
7:30 p.m., Annual warrant hearing, Warrant Committee
Medfield Cultural Council requests the Selectmen to vote to execute a letter confirming that the Council is an appointed committee in the Town of Medfield
The Warrant Committee requests the Selectmen vote to open the 2013 Town Meeting Warrant to place an article requesting approval to transfer funds from free cash to the reserve fund account.
LICENSES AND PERMITS
Resident Barbara O'Connor requests a one-day wine and malt beverage permit for March 23 event, "Reception to Honor Ann Thompson," to be held at the Center at Medfield, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Medfield Music Association requests permission to post signs promoting Annual Jazz Night to be held Friday, April 26, in the high school auditorium.
Norfolk Mosquito Control requests permission to land at the Route 27 landfill site for annual larvicide application.