Thursday, January 17, 2013
Here's a look at meetings going on around town tonight.
There are a few meetings going on in Medfield tonight that might interest you. If you attend, circle back and let us know what you thought. Have any questions on the agendas? Would you like Patch to follow up on something in particular? Tell us in the comment section below. Highlights of tonight's various meetings include: 6 p.m., Downtown Study Committee, Town House, Warrant Room (location subject to change) 6 p.m., Water & Sewer Enterprise Fund, Town House, Warrant Room 7 p.m., Water & Sewer Commission, Town House, Warrant Room 7 p.m., Conservation Commission, Town House, Chenery Room 7 p.m., Medfield Energy Committee with Sagewell, Town Library 7:30 p.m., Board of Assessors, Town House, Assessors Office
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Here is a recap of last week’s Board of Selectmen meeting.
The Board of Selectmen met last week and discussed the following agenda items: The selectmen met with Brandi Morris of the Downtown Study Committee and discussed: Selectmen also met with Council on Aging Director Roberta Lynch who asked for (and was granted) a one-day liquor license for an upcoming singles night at The Center, and who also gave the selectmen an update on The Center’s activities. Lynch reported that attendance was up at The Center’s summer barbeques from 600 last year to 800 this year. After the meeting, Peterson told Medfield Patch that towns should invest more in programs for seniors to keep them invested in their communities so they do not move out of town. “The more older people we can keep in town by getting them …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Selectmen will meet with the Downtown Study Committee and the COA Director for an activities update.
The Board of Selectmen will meet tonight at 7 p.m. in the Chenery Room at the Town House. The agenda includes: Appointments Action Authorize Chairwoman Ann Thompson to execute Letter of Engagement with auditors Malloy, Lynch, Bienvenue, LLP. Other Items Informational For a full copy of the agenda, click here.
Thursday, March 8, 2012
Assistant Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler told Medfield selectmen Tuesday the building owner of the former Friendly's Restaurant on Main Street has had discussions with Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks about filling the vacancy.
What to do with the former Friendly's Restaurant building on Main Street? That question was asked shortly after the _Medfield Friendly's closed its doors this past October. _ The results of _Medfield Patch's poll question_ on what residents would like to see replace Friendly's showed another chain restaurant (40 percent of the votes). A bar was second with 35 percent of the votes and a Dunkin-Donuts drive-thru was third with 11 percent. While Dunkin-Donuts might be the least popular choice among Medfield Patch readers, it remains high on the building owner’s list of possibilities. According to Assistant Town Administrator Kristine Trierweiler, the building owner of Friendly's has had conversations with both Dunkin' Donuts and Starbucks …