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
Tuesday, February 21, 2012
The following was published on Medfield Board of Selectmen chair Osler "Pete" Peterson's blog, "Medfield 02052."
Cynthia Greene of the Medfield Energy Committee reported in an e-mail Monday that Sagewell would be doing the thermal imaging of the town Monday night. In addition to Sagewell providing thermal imaging to those in town who signed up for the free evalaution, Greene asked the company to thermal image the three accessible sides of the Medfield Memorial Library – the MEC has recently had a detailed energy saving plan prepared for the library, which recommended first sealing the building shell. Greene's e-mail follows: “Pasi [of Sagewell] just called and said that there are 600 homes signed up for thermal imaging. They will be driving the town streets [Monday night]. I asked Pasi if he could drive up the driveway of the library so we could get…
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Editor's note: The following article was submitted by Medfield resident David Temple.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Even before the Jan. 17 public information meeting at the Medfield Public Library, Medfield residents have shown strong interest in the free thermal imaging project being readied by the Medfield Energy committee. The committee and the Board of Selectmen plan to have Sagewell, Inc., of Woburn conduct a drive-by thermal imaging of most Medfield houses some cold night this winter, using technology that is only two years old, but which was tested and proved in a few Massachusetts towns last year. This will be Medfield’s first-ever community-wide energy audit. The selectmen and Medfield Green have endorsed the project. The imaging will enable homeowners to see if and where excess heat is being lost through faulty wall and roof insulation …