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Select Board or other persons may announce recent and/or upcoming Events of Community Interest or provide updates on matters of Community Concern.
Public Comment period for citizens who requested to speak to the Board regarding Town issues not on the Calendar.
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Approval of miscellaneous items, licenses, vouchers, and contracts.
Question of approving a Washer-Extractor Equipment Grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security and the Department of Fire Services from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the amount of $5,000 for the Brookline Fire Department.
Question of approving a grant from the Brookline Community Foundation in the amount of $2,500 for the Brookline Police Department's Community Service Division to support the Summer Youth Program.
Question of approving the Pedestrian and Bicyclist Safety Grant in the amount of $4,200 from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of the Public Safety and Security Office for the Brookline Police Department.
Question of approving the following Police Department budget transfer:
21002020 Patrol 510101 Pers. Full Time $50,000
21002050 Traffic & Parking 528075 Online Transaction $50,000
Question of approving the Mobile Food Truck application for Stoked Pizza Brookline LLC d/b/a Stoked Pizza Wood Fired Pizza at the parking lot of 1632 Beacon Street, Brookline. Hours of Operation will be Friday and Saturday from 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM.
Review and potential vote on Calendar Items
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING WARRANT ARTICLES JOINT PUBLIC HEARING WITH THE SCHOOL COMMITTEE
Public Hearing and possible vote on the following warrant articles for the 2020 Annual Town Meeting:
Warrant Article 7 - High School Additional Appropriation
GRANT OF LOCATION PUBLIC HEARING - WILLIAMS STREET
Public Hearing upon the petition of NStar Electric Company d/b/a Eversource Energy for permission to construct, and a location for, such a line of conduits and manholes with the necessary cables therein under the following public way:
Williams Street – beginning at pole 162/2, which is approximately 95 feet northeast from Centre Street, thence running northeast 80 feet to an angle point, thence running northwest 17 feet to the point of pickup at 370 Harvard Street. All distances being more or less.
GRANT OF LOCATION PUBLIC HEARING - HAMMOND STREET
Hammond Street – conduit running southerly from manhole 10787 near the Town line a distance of about 285 feet to 1195 Boylston Street and service laterals to 565-575 Hammond Street and light pole 1325/1.
GRANT OF LOCATION PUBLIC HEARING - ST. MARY'S STREET
Public Hearing upon the petition of Crown Castle NG East, LLC for permission to construct, and a location for, such a line of conduits and manholes with the necessary cables therein under the following public way:
St. Mary’s Street – conduit running southerly from a new handhole at the intersection with Mountfort Street a distance of about 97 feet to a new handhole and continuing southerly to a distance of about 109 feet thence turning and running easterly a distance of about 8 feet to 50 St. Mary’s Street.
FY21 BUDGET UPDATE
Discussion of budget policy issues for the FY21 budget.
UPDATE ON ACTIVITIES RELATED TO COVID-19
Consideration of Enforcement of town wide Parking Regulations.
Discussion of requests for permit or fee relief.
Report on the NETA public hearing.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS - APPOINTMENTS
Question of approving the following candidates for appointment/reappointment to Boards and Commissions:
Cannabis Mitigation Advisory Committee
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