Board of Selectmen Reorganization on Monday Agenda
A new chairman will likely be selected at tonight's meeting, which begins at 7 p.m.
Though the Wilmington Board of Selectmen remains in tact after Annual Town Election, the board will likely have a new look after Monday's meeting.
Among the items for set for discussion at the 7 p.m. meeting inside Town Hall, Room 9, is the reorganization of the Board of Selectmen.
A source confirmed with Patch that the discussion will result in a new chairman who will take over for Lou Cimaglia, the previous chairman. That item is on the agenda for 7:40 p.m.
The first appointment on the agenda is a meeting with Houssam El-Habre who resquests to obatain a Class II Garage License for a property located at 603 Main Street.
Next up is Sandra Curtin, the Executive Director of Wilmington Community Television. Curtin will talk with board members about the upcoming 25th anniversary celebration for WCTV.
Scott Garrant is on the agenda for 7:15 p.m., when he'll discuss an annual tradition that will continue this year. Garrant is the chairman of the 4th of July Committee, and will request the use of Town Common for the annual 4th of July festivities this summer.
Among the correspondances in front of the Board of Selectmen is information from the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission regarding public hearings that will be conducted about updating and amending "Happy Hour" regulation.
To close out the regular business of the meeting, members will consider appointments and reappointments to the Board of Appeals, Board of Registrars, Council for the Arts, Concil for the Arts Advisory Board, Fence Viewer, Town Counsel and Constables.
Check back with Wilmington Patch on Tuesday for complete coverage of Monday's meeting.