Five items in the week ahead in Swampscott.
1. There will be no trash pick-up or recycling on Monday, Columbus Day.
Monday trash & recycling will be collected Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Tuesday trash & recycling will be collected Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Wednesday trash & recycling will be collected Thursday, Oct. 17.
Thursday trash & recycling will be collected Friday, Oct. 18.
Friday trash & recycling will be collected Saturday, Oct. 19.
2. On Wednesday at 7 selectmen will at Town Hall. Below is a draft copy of their agenda:
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Swampscott Town Hall, 22 Monument Avenue, Swampscott, Mass 01907
Ø Appointment of Joe Markarian to the MBTA Advisory Board.
Ø Appointment of Sara Ewing, 92 Banks Road, Swampscott, Mass to the Swampscott Cultural Council.
Ø Appointment of Barbara Eldridge, 151 Maple Avenue, Swampscott, Mass to the Swampscott Cultural Council.
Ø Appointment of Rick Jackious, 49 Rockland Street, Swampscott, Mass to the Swampscott Cultural Council.
Ø Finance Committee’s joint meeting with the Selectman on review of quarterly expenses.
Ø Presentation of the Traffic Island Awards from the Beautification Committee-Postponed to November 6, 2013.
Ø School Building Committee update.
Ø Naming Policy-Dave Whalen / Overhill Road & The Greenway –Public Input.
DISCUSSION & POSSIBLE VOTE:
Ø Acceptance of water system at One Salem Street and possible vote.
Ø Temple purchase and possible vote.
New & Old Business:
VOTES OF THE BOARD:
1. Approval of meeting minutes from September 11, 2013.
2. Approval of meeting minutes from October 2, 2013.
3. Approval of a one day liquor permit for the Friends of the Swampscott Library to host a wine tasting program to be held on November 16, 2013 from 7:30-9:30PM to benefit programming for the children’s room for the summer.
4. Approval of an invoice for Kopleman & Paige, P.C. in the amount of $8,162.00, for services through August 31, 2013.
5. Approval of an invoice for Anderson & Kreiger, LLP in the amount of $1,049.92 / Phillips Beach.
6. Approval of invoice for the Law Offices of Garrity and Knisely, 21 Merchants Row, Boston, Mass in the amount of $3,250.00, Swampscott Police Headquarters Project.
7. Approval of Phillips Beach settlement.
TOWN ADMINISTRATOR’S REPORT:
ADJOURNMENT:3. On Wednesday, The ZBA is scheduled to take up special permit requests and other relief for a proposed 184-unit development on Paradise Road across from Whole Foods Market on the former Jewish Rehabilitation Center property. Hanover R.S. Limited Partnership wants to demolish the existing structure and construct two buildings, each four-stories tall, as well as a clubhouse and install parking and an outdoor pool.
4. Performances of Godspell will run Friday October 11 through Sunday October 27th at Marblehead Little Theatre’s Firehouse Theatre, 12 School Street, Marblehead. For more >>>
5. Hear the joyful sound of Red Molly when they play the Me & Thee on Friday night.