Busy Monday Meeting Awaits Board of Selectmen
Items other than joint meeting with School Committee are on the agenda on Monday night.
Wilmington's Board of Selectmen will talk about the new high school project with residents and School Committee members on Monday night, but that isn't the only item on their agenda for the evening.
Selectmen have a pair of appointments beginning at 7 p.m. before the joint meeting kicks off at 7:45 p.m in Town Hall.
First at 7 p.m., Rich Walukiewicz, Operations Manager at NAPA Auto Parts, holds a public hearing on his request to amend the company's flammable license for the Woburn Street location.
Then at 7:10 p.m., representatives from Analog Devices will be in front of the board to discuss the company's expansion plans and talk with selectmen about the Economic Development Incentive Program.
Vice President and Chief Financial Officer David Zinsner, Vice President and General Manager of U.S. Operations Ira Moskowitz, and Senior Regional Director of the Massachusetts Office of Business Development Peter Milano are the representatives slated to appear during Monday's meeting.
Among the communication items for the meeting are a letter from Water and Sewer Superintendent Michael Woods about Grove Ave. construction and a letter from Planning Director Carole Hamilton in regard to the Target construction project.
Selectmen will also consider the request of Paul Regan, the MBTA Advisory Board Executive Director to adopt a resolution relative to transportation funding.
The final two agenda items are a proposal by Fiesta Shows to receive a Sunday Entertainment License for the Fourth of July festivities, and a request by Kristen Stokes to hold a block party on Jacobs Streets on June 23.
Check back with Wilmington Patch on Tuesday for complete coverage of the Board of Selectmen meeting and the joint meeting with the School Committee.