Wilmington’s Board of Selectmen will officially meet one of the newest town officials during their meeting on Tuesday night in Town Hall, Room 9.
The meeting technically begins at 6:30 p.m. with an executive bargaining session, though the official public business kicks off at the regular time of 7 p.m.
Selectmen’s first order of business for the night comes with the introduction of Assistant Town Manager Kendra Amaral, who was recently hired to replace Jeff Hull. Tuesday serves as Hull’s first selectmen meeting as Town Manager.
The next appointment on the agenda is Health Director Shelly Newhouse, who will speak about seasonal flu clinics.
Next up in the meeting is communication on the recent dismissal of the high school appeals by the Department of Environmental Protection. The DEP is expected to give its reasons for dismissal by week’s end.
Among the items the board will consider approving is shutting down Waltham Street on October 28 for the first annual Cruisin’ Day, and the request of Rev. Joseph Pinho of St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church. Pinho seeks to use the Fourth of July parking lot on October 13 from 11-11:30 a.m. for a blessing of the animal ceremony.