Packed Agenda Includes Public Hearing, Manager Contract
Board of Selectmen meeting slated for Monday features long list of key items.
Monday night's Board of Selectmen meeting features one of the busiest agendas in recent months as board members say goodbye to a community staple and tackle a variety of key items.
First on the docket is a public hearing for the intersection improvement project at Glen Road, Middlesex Ave., and Wildwood Street. The project has been in the works for several years as the state will pay for the project.
In comments to Patch earlier this year, Department of Public Works Superintendent Don Onusseit said if construction begins this spring as planned, the project could be done by the end of the summer.
Women of Wilmington president Jomarie O'Mahony is the next appointment, updating board members on the group's programs and requesting to conduct the 2013 Run for Wilmington/Walk for Kim Forte.
The third appointment of the night is recognition of Michael Caira, who retires as Town Manager at the end of this week.
In a seamless segway, the first communication to the board is from Jeff Hull regarding the appointment of his replacement as Assistant Town Manager. Then, selectmen will likely publicly approve Hull's contract as the next Wilmington Town Manager.
Check back with Wilmington Patch on Twitter and Facebook for any updates on all of these topics, and check back throughout the day on Tuesday for complete coverage of Monday's meeting.