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Select Board meeting Tuesday October 20, 2020 at 5:30 pm via remote participation ZOOM

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SELECT BOARD

 

CALENDAR

FOR

10/20/2020

REMOTE MEETING

 

Please click this URL to Register & Find the Information to Join as an Attendee via your Confirmation Email:

 

https://brooklinema.zoomgov.com/s/1605809708?pwd=YUE3dFlmYXJMZkR6L0dWZllXQjFOUT09

 

To Join by Phone: 1 646 828 7666

Webinar ID: 160 580 9708

Password: 48504830

 

To Watch and Comment:

BrooklineInteractive.org/live

 

·   Bernard W. Greene -Chair

·   Heather A. Hamilton – Vice Chair

·   Nancy S. Heller

·   Raul Fernandez

·   John VanScoyoc

·   Melvin A. Kleckner – Town Administrator

 

1.

          5:30 PM

ANNOUNCEMENTS/UPDATES

 

 

 

 

Select Board to announce recent and/or upcoming Events of Community Interest.

 

 

2.

 

PUBLIC COMMENT

 

 

Public Comment period for citizens who requested to speak to the Board regarding Town issues not on the Calendar.

Up to fifteen minutes for public comment on matters not appearing on this Calendar shall be scheduled each meeting. Persons wishing to speak may sign up in advance beginning on the Friday preceding the meeting or may sign up in person at the meeting. Speakers will be taken up in the order they sign up. Advance registration is available by calling the Select Board’s office at 617-730-2202 or by e-mail at kmacgillivray@brooklinema.gov. The full Policy on Public Comment is available at http://www.brooklinema.gov/376/Meeting-Policies

 

3.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

Approval of miscellaneous items, licenses, vouchers, and contracts.

 

 

3.A.

 

Question of approving the meeting minutes of October 6, 2020.

 

 

3.B.

 

Question of awarding and executing a contract with Toole Design Group in the amount of $199,880 to study and the feasibility and concept design for the restoration of the Beacon Street Olmsted Bridle Path.

 

 

3.C.

 

Question of re-issuing the Warrants for the November 17, 2020 Special Town Meetings for the purpose of including remote access information in said Warrants in compliance with Section 8 of Chapter 92 of the Acts of 2020.

 

4.

 

CALENDAR

 

 

Review and potential vote on Calendar Items

 

5.

 

TAX CERTAINTY AGREEMENT

 

 

 

 

Question of executing the Tax Certainty Agreement By and Between the Town of Brookline and Welltower, Inc. and accompanying escrow letter between Welltower, Inc, the Town of Brookline and Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, and delegating authority to the Chair to execute both in person on behalf of the Board.

 

6.

 

PERSONNEL

 

 

 

 

Question of authorizing the hiring of an Assistant Director for Sustainability within the Planning Department. (T-11)

 

7.

 

PUBLIC MEETING POLICY

 

 

 

 

Question of adopting a policy requiring the recording of public meetings for certain boards and committees.

 

8.

 

LONGWOOD MALL STREET CLOSURE

 

 

 

 

Consideration of a request from the Longwood Mall Neighborhood for a Halloween road closure on October 31, 2020.

 

9.

 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS - INTERVIEWS

 

 

 

 

The following candidates for appointment/reappointment to Boards and Commissions will appear for interview:

 

 

 

 

Brookline Commission for Women:

Aileen Lee

 

Economic Development Advisory Board

Marilyn Newman

 

 

 

10.

 

WARRANT ARTICLES - PUBLIC HEARING

 

 

 

Public Hearing 6:30 pm

 Discussion and possible vote on the following Warrant Articles for the 2020 Fall Town Meeting:

 

WA 3 Spec. Approp. Close-Out Report (Select Board)

WA 5 Marijuana Mitigation Fund (Select Board)

WA 6  Resolution-Body Cameras (O'Neal)

WA 12 Community Preservation Act (Land Bank Study)

WA 14 Tobacco Control (Ishak et.al)

WA 15 Increase disadvantaged business opportunities-by-law (Brown et el)

 

STM2-1 Budget Amendment

STM2-2 High School

 

11.

 

WARRANT ARTICLES - VOTES

 

 

 

 

Further review and possible vote on the following Warrant Articles for the 2020 Fall Town Meeting:

 

WA 2 - Collective Bargaining (HR)

WA 7 - Affordable Housing Zoning bylaw (Blood)

WA 9 - Zoning short Term Rentals (Planning)

WA 10 - General By-Laws to regulate Short Term Rentals (Planning)

WA 11 - General By-Laws enforcement of Short Term rentals (Planning)

WA 13 - Senior Property Tax Exemption (Susan Granoff)

WA 27 - Zoning By-Laws to allow micro units (Planning)

WA 28 - Education Training for Town Meeting (AC)

WA 32 - Budget equity (Ananian)

WA 33 - Resolution Town/School Partnership (Brown et al)

WA 38 - Resolution pertaining to decarbonization (Cunningham et al)

WA 39 - adoption of regulations restricting fossil free fuel (Cunningham et al)

 

12.

 

INFLAMMABLES LICENSE - PUBLIC HEARING

 

 

 

8:00 PM approximately

Question of approving the application for Emile Heraiki, 850 Commonwealth Ave, for the keeping, storage and use of 4 underground gasoline tanks total capacity of 32,000 gallons, 2 above ground gasoline tanks total capacity of 700 gallons 270 gal of motor oil and 50 gals of anti-freeze at 850 Commonwealth Ave.

 

The Town of Brookline does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services, or activities. The Town of Brookline does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment practices. This notice is provided as required by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information may be sent to Sarah Kaplan, Community Relations Specialist and ADA / Section 504 Coordinator. Persons with disabilities who need either auxiliary aids and services for effective communication, written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures in order to access programs and activities of the Town of Brookline are invited to make their needs and preferences known to the ADA Coordinator. This notice is available in alternative formats from the ADA Coordinator.

 

 



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SELECT BOARD

CALENDAR
FOR
10/20/2020
REMOTE MEETING

Please click this URL to Register & Find the Information to Join as an Attendee via your Confirmation Email:

https://brooklinema.zoomgov.com/s/1605809708?pwd=YUE3dFlmYXJMZkR6L0dWZllXQjFOUT09

To Join by Phone: 1 646 828 7666
Webinar ID: 160 580 9708
Password: 48504830

To Watch and Comment:
BrooklineInteractive.org/live

• Bernard W. Greene -Chair
• Heather A. Hamilton – Vice Chair
• Nancy S. Heller
• Raul Fernandez
• John VanScoyoc
• Melvin A. Kleckner – Town Administrator
1. 5:30 PM ANNOUNCEMENTS/UPDATES
Select Board to announce recent and/or upcoming Events of Community Interest.

2. PUBLIC COMMENT
Public Comment period for citizens who requested to speak to the Board regarding Town issues not on the Calendar.
Up to fifteen minutes for public comment on matters not appearing on this Calendar shall be scheduled each meeting. Persons wishing to speak may sign up in advance beginning on the Friday preceding the meeting or may sign up in person at the meeting. Speakers will be taken up in the order they sign up. Advance registration is available by calling the Select Board’s office at 617-730-2202 or by e-mail at kmacgillivray@brooklinema.gov. The full Policy on Public Comment is available at http://www.brooklinema.gov/376/Meeting-Policies

3. MISCELLANEOUS
Approval of miscellaneous items, licenses, vouchers, and contracts.

3.A. Question of approving the meeting minutes of October 6, 2020.

3.B. Question of awarding and executing a contract with Toole Design Group in the amount of $199,880 to study and the feasibility and concept design for the restoration of the Beacon Street Olmsted Bridle Path.

3.C. Question of re-issuing the Warrants for the November 17, 2020 Special Town Meetings for the purpose of including remote access information in said Warrants in compliance with Section 8 of Chapter 92 of the Acts of 2020.

4. CALENDAR
Review and potential vote on Calendar Items

5. TAX CERTAINTY AGREEMENT

Question of executing the Tax Certainty Agreement By and Between the Town of Brookline and Welltower, Inc. and accompanying escrow letter between Welltower, Inc, the Town of Brookline and Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, and delegating authority to the Chair to execute both in person on behalf of the Board.

6. PERSONNEL

Question of authorizing the hiring of an Assistant Director for Sustainability within the Planning Department. (T-11)

7. PUBLIC MEETING POLICY

Question of adopting a policy requiring the recording of public meetings for certain boards and committees.

8. LONGWOOD MALL STREET CLOSURE

Consideration of a request from the Longwood Mall Neighborhood for a Halloween road closure on October 31, 2020.

9. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS - INTERVIEWS

The following candidates for appointment/reappointment to Boards and Commissions will appear for interview:

Brookline Commission for Women:
Aileen Lee

Economic Development Advisory Board
Marilyn Newman

10. WARRANT ARTICLES - PUBLIC HEARING

Public Hearing 6:30 pm Discussion and possible vote on the followingWarrant Articles for the 2020 Fall Town Meeting:

WA 3 Spec. Approp. Close-Out Report (Select Board)
WA 5 Marijuana Mitigation Fund (Select Board)
WA 6 Resolution-Body Cameras (O'Neal)
WA 12 Community Preservation Act (Land Bank Study)
WA 14 Tobacco Control (Ishak et.al)
WA 15 Increase disadvantaged business opportunities-by-law (Brown et el)

STM2-1 Budget Amendment
STM2-2 High School

11. WARRANT ARTICLES - VOTES

Further review and possible vote on the following Warrant Articles for the 2020 Fall Town Meeting:

WA 2 - Collective Bargaining (HR)
WA 7 - Affordable Housing Zoning bylaw (Blood)
WA 9 - Zoning short Term Rentals (Planning)
WA 10 - General By-Laws to regulate Short Term Rentals (Planning)
WA 11 - General By-Laws enforcement of Short Term rentals (Planning)
WA 13 - Senior Property Tax Exemption (Susan Granoff)
WA 27 - Zoning By-Laws to allow micro units (Planning)
WA 28 - Education Training for Town Meeting (AC)
WA 32 - Budget equity (Ananian)
WA 33 - Resolution Town/School Partnership (Brown et al)
WA 38 - Resolution pertaining to decarbonization (Cunningham et al)
WA 39 - adoption of regulations restricting fossil free fuel (Cunningham et al)

12. INFLAMMABLES LICENSE - PUBLIC HEARING

8:00 PM approximately Question of approving the application for Emile Heraiki, 850 Commonwealth Ave, for the keeping, storage and use of 4 underground gasoline tanks total capacity of 32,000 gallons, 2 above ground gasoline tanks total capacity of 700 gallons 270 gal of motor oil and 50 gals of anti-freeze at 850 Commonwealth Ave.

The Town of Brookline does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services, or activities. The Town of Brookline does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment practices. This notice is provided as required by Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information may be sent to Sarah Kaplan, Community Relations Specialist and ADA / Section 504 Coordinator. Persons with disabilities who need either auxiliary aids and services for effective communication, written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures in order to access programs and activities of the Town of Brookline are invited to make their needs and preferences known to the ADA Coordinator. This notice is available in alternative formats from the ADA Coordinator.

The Town of Brookline does not discriminate on the basis of disability in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services, or activities. Individuals, whom are in need of auxiliary aids for effective communication in Town programs and services, may make their needs known by contacting the Town's ADA Compliance Officer by clicking here:
http://www.brooklinema.gov/Town-Legal-Notice

Those who need effective communication services should dial 711 and ask the operator to dial the relevant Town Department.

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Select Board meeting Tuesday October 20, 2020 at 5:30 pm via remote participation ZOOM