Board of Selectmen Back in Action Monday Night
Wilmington's role in managing preservation restrictions on the Richarson Estate among the items on the agenda for tonight's meeting.
The Wilmington Board of Selectmen meets tonight with a variety of agenda items including a request for a Common Victualer License, and a discussion on historical preservation restrictions.
Monday night's meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. inside Town Hall, and is set to begin with William Schofield coming before the board to request a Common Victualer License for a property located at 579 Main St. (579 Main Street Donus Shop Inc dba Heav'nly Donuts.
At 7:10 p.m., the board is also expected to hear from representatives from Historic New England, the town's Historical Commission to discuss the role of the town in managing preservation restrictions on the Boutell-Hathorn House, aka Richardson Estate located at 280 Woburn St.
The board will move into executive session at 7:10 to discuss contract negotiations with non-union personnel.
Other items on the agenda include:
- The will consider signing a street acceptance plans for ways accepted at the May Annual Town Meeting. These include: Fiorenza Drive, My Way Circle, Jaques Lane and Marion Street Extension (two portions).
- The boar dwill also consider accepting a gift of land on Fiorenza Drive, in accordance with the adoption of Article 21 at the Annual Town Meeting.
- Signing a warrant for the State Primary to be held Thursday, Sept. 6.
Check back with Wilmington Patch on Tuesday for complete coverage of Monday's meeting.