The week in government: Potential for disposition of town properties; Appeal of Fay field; St. Mark’s solar (Updated)

by beth on November 30, 2015

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Here is a selection of the committee and board meetings for the week along with my selected highlights from the agendas. All these meetings are open to the public, so you’re welcome to stop on by.

Be aware that changes to the meeting schedule are known to happen throughout the week. For a complete list of meetings, visit the town website.

Monday, November 30, 2015

  • Southborough Stewardship Committee, 7:30 pm @ Cordaville Hall, 9 Cordaville Road (agenda) Agenda Highlights: Grassland bird habitat improvements; Update on soil amendment funds from NRCS

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

  • Board of Selectmen, 6:30 pm @ Southborough Town House, McAuliffe Hearing Room (agenda with packet) Agenda Highlights: Preliminary discussion of town properties and potential for disposition; update by Public Safety Study Committee – Broadcast live and replayed by SAM*
  • Youth Commission, 7:00 pm @ Fayville Village Hall, Conference Room 42 (agenda) Agenda Highlights: FY17 budget update; junior board member recruiting

Wednesday, December 2, 2015

  • Economic Development Committee, 7:45 AM @ Southborough Town House, McAuliffe Hearing Room (agenda)
  • Zoning Board of Appeals, 7:30 pm @ Southborough Town House, McAuliffe Hearing Room (agenda) Agenda Highlights: Appeal of site plan approval of Fay turf field; Park Central 40B; Ruling on St. Mark’s right to install a solar array (outside of zoned area for large installations) as a component of educational use. – Broadcast live and replayed by SAM*

*Southborough Access Media will broadcast the BOS and ZBA meetings live on Verizon-37 and Charter-192. Click here to see this week’s schedule with rebroadcast times.

Updated (12/1/15 1:47 pm) I neglected to include the St. Mark’s solar array item on the ZBA agenda. Also forgot to include SAM’s coverage of meetings. (Good news is that they appear to be all set to broadcast meetings live again!)

(Photo by Susan Fitzgerald)

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