Town Government at Work for the Week of January 6, 2020

Bedford’s boards and committees are back to work after the winter holidays, with an interesting complement of meetings in the first full week of 2020. Budget discussions in preparation for Annual Town Meeting will be at the forefront of board and committee meetings for the next several weeks.

If an agenda is not posted for a particular meeting, or to confirm any updates, check the Public Meetings calendar on the Town web site.

MONDAY, January 6
Board of Health
7 pm in the Fitch Room at Town Center

  • Review and vote FY21 Budget
  • Discussion of Foundational Public Health Services

Selectmen Meeting
7 pm in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall

  • A public hearing on the placement of a utility pole by Eversourse on Hartford Avenue.
  • A potential location and business plan for a Bedford History Museum.
  • A funding request for renovation of the HVAC system that meets NetZero goals at the police station

TUESDAY, January 7
Town Caucus
7 pm in the Reed Room at Town Hall

  • All registered voters are invited to attend and participate in the nomination of candidates for local elected offices. Click this link to learn more.

Historic Preservation Commission
The originally posted meeting has been CANCELED

WEDNESDAY, January 8
Conservation Commission
7 pm in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall

  • Establish a standard for arborists’ tree policy letter
  • Revision of OOC standards for fill
  • Outreach about hunting regulations
  • Establish new names for conservation areas Springs/Buehler and Evergreen Avenue

Charter and Bylaw Review Committee
7 pm in the Second Floor Meeting Room at Town Hall

  • Review of Bylaw Articles 21-25

Historic District Commission
7:30 pm in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall

, January 9
Finance Committee

7 pm in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at Town Hall

Arbor Resource Committee
7:30 pm in the Second Floor Conference Room at Town Hall

Zoning Board of Appeals
7:30 pm in the Lower Level Conference Room at Town Hall

The School Committee seeks search committee members to work on identifying a new Superintendent of Schools. Click this link to learn more, including a description of the work plan in a letter from School Committee chair Dan Brosgol published in The Bedford Citizen.



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