Information for Meeting of Board of Selectmen
Monday March 7, 2022 6 PM EST

Town:Essex, MA 
Board:Board of Selectmen
Time:Monday March 7, 2022 6 PM EST
Location:Town Hall - Stage Conference Room (2nd Floor)
30 Martin Street, Essex, MA 01929
Agenda:
Selectmen’s Meeting								March 7, 2022
Town Hall, 2nd Floor Stage, 30 Martin Street

Note:  This meeting will be held in-person at the location provided on this notice. Members of the public are welcome to attend this in-person meeting. Please note that while an option for remote, audio-only attendance and/or participation is being provided as a courtesy to the public, the meeting/hearing will not be suspended or terminated if technological problems interrupt the virtual broadcast or its quality, unless otherwise required by law. Members of the public with particular interest in any specific item on this agenda should make plans for in-person vs. virtual attendance accordingly.

Call in Phone Number: 605-562-8401 Password: 8378315


AGENDA – OPEN SESSION
6:00 p.m.	Call to Order. 

6:15 p.m.	Town Clerk Pamela Thorne to review draft parking sticker regulations with the Board.

6:45 p.m.	Harbormaster Dan Fialho for discussion regarding non-resident mooring holder parking at Conomo Lane lot.

8:00 p.m.	Finance Committee to discuss draft FY2023 Essex Operating Budget, Essex Capital Budget update, FY2023 Manchester Essex Regional School District Operating Budget request, and financial aspects of the Annual Town Meeting warrant.

8:30 p.m.	Police Chief Francis and Finance Committee Member Nina McKinnon to discuss collective bargaining with the Essex Police Benevolent Association – Executive Session.

Brendhan Zubricki:  Presentation of his Town Administrator’s Report for the period February 26, 2022 through March 4, 2022, regarding the following:  
•	Economic Development Committee Meeting Summary
•	School Budget Collaboration Group Meeting Summary
•	Further Review of Draft Annual Town Meeting Warrant

OTHER BUSINESS:
•	Approve the weekly warrant in the amount of $.
•	Approve the minutes for the Selectmen’s February 28, 2022, Open Meeting and Executive Session.
•	Vote to authorize the Chairman’s signature on a contract with the State Department of Elder Affairs.
•	Vote to authorize the removal of two trees by National Grid from 17 Pickering Street.
•	Vote to approve the MIIA FY2023 rate proposal for Health and Dental insurance.
•	Consider revisions to the Town’s Shellfish Regulations regarding issuing Annual and Daily Non-Resident Recreational Permits to Out-of-State persons.
•	Consider a request from Lincoln Collins to modify a deed restriction regarding the property at 6 Robbins Island Road.
•	Items that could not be reasonably anticipated by the Open Meeting Law posting deadline.

LICENSING:
Common Victualler License Renewals:
•	Amy Ahearn, Down River Ice Cream Corporation, 241 John Wise Avenue
Gasoline-Fuel Storage Permits:
•	Laurel Lane LLC, d/b/a Laurel Lane LLC, Adam Scott, 1 Laurel Lane
Commercial Shellfish Permits:
•	Nicholas Amero
•	Robert Amero
•	Taylor Burbine
•	Jackson Friedman
•	Robert Fitzgerald
•	Scott G. Hamlen
•	Russell Hemeon
•	Christopher Johnson
•	Wayne Leveille
•	Cole Neugebauer
•	Herbert Nunes
•	Scott Reed
•	Evan Rossi
•	Marc Shields
•	Carly M. Tofuri
•	Colleen Tofuri
•	Tomaz Tofuri
•	John Ytzen-Handel
Student Shellfish Permit:
•	Chase Marshall
Senior Shellfish Permit:
•	Peter Ferriero
Non-Resident Annual Shellfish Permits:
•	Paul Dredge, Arlington – Barry Richards
•	Edward Kawczynski, Salem – Richard A. Pierro
•	Ken Symonds, Princeton – Jud Lane
•	Michael Symonds, Gloucester – Ernest Nieberle

PUBLIC COMMENT.

REMINDERS:
•	The next regular Board of Selectmen’s meeting will take place on Monday, March 28, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Stage Conference Area at the Town Hall at 30 Martin Street.


AGENDA – EXECUTIVE SESSION
•	Discussion with respect to collective bargaining with the Essex Police Benevolent Association.










Selectmen’s Meeting								March 7, 2022
Town Hall, 2nd Floor Stage, 30 Martin Street

Note:  This meeting will be held in-person at the location provided on this notice. Members of the public are welcome to attend this in-person meeting. Please note that while an option for remote, audio-only attendance and/or participation is being provided as a courtesy to the public, the meeting/hearing will not be suspended or terminated if technological problems interrupt the virtual broadcast or its quality, unless otherwise required by law. Members of the public with particular interest in any specific item on this agenda should make plans for in-person vs. virtual attendance accordingly.

Call in Phone Number: 605-562-8401 Password: 8378315


AGENDA – OPEN SESSION
6:00 p.m.	Call to Order. 

6:15 p.m.	Town Clerk Pamela Thorne to review draft parking sticker regulations with the Board.

6:45 p.m.	Harbormaster Dan Fialho for discussion regarding non-resident mooring holder parking at Conomo Lane lot.

8:00 p.m.	Finance Committee to discuss draft FY2023 Essex Operating Budget, Essex Capital Budget update, FY2023 Manchester Essex Regional School District Operating Budget request, and financial aspects of the Annual Town Meeting warrant.

8:30 p.m.	Police Chief Francis and Finance Committee Member Nina McKinnon to discuss collective bargaining with the Essex Police Benevolent Association – Executive Session.

Brendhan Zubricki:  Presentation of his Town Administrator’s Report for the period February 26, 2022 through March 4, 2022, regarding the following:  
•	Economic Development Committee Meeting Summary
•	School Budget Collaboration Group Meeting Summary
•	Further Review of Draft Annual Town Meeting Warrant

OTHER BUSINESS:
•	Approve the weekly warrant in the amount of $.
•	Approve the minutes for the Selectmen’s February 28, 2022, Open Meeting and Executive Session.
•	Vote to authorize the Chairman’s signature on a contract with the State Department of Elder Affairs.
•	Vote to authorize the removal of two trees by National Grid from 17 Pickering Street.
•	Vote to approve the MIIA FY2023 rate proposal for Health and Dental insurance.
•	Consider revisions to the Town’s Shellfish Regulations regarding issuing Annual and Daily Non-Resident Recreational Permits to Out-of-State persons.
•	Consider a request from Lincoln Collins to modify a deed restriction regarding the property at 6 Robbins Island Road.
•	Items that could not be reasonably anticipated by the Open Meeting Law posting deadline.

LICENSING:
Common Victualler License Renewals:
•	Amy Ahearn, Down River Ice Cream Corporation, 241 John Wise Avenue
Gasoline-Fuel Storage Permits:
•	Laurel Lane LLC, d/b/a Laurel Lane LLC, Adam Scott, 1 Laurel Lane
Commercial Shellfish Permits:
•	Nicholas Amero
•	Robert Amero
•	Taylor Burbine
•	Jackson Friedman
•	Robert Fitzgerald
•	Scott G. Hamlen
•	Russell Hemeon
•	Christopher Johnson
•	Wayne Leveille
•	Cole Neugebauer
•	Herbert Nunes
•	Scott Reed
•	Evan Rossi
•	Marc Shields
•	Carly M. Tofuri
•	Colleen Tofuri
•	Tomaz Tofuri
•	John Ytzen-Handel
Student Shellfish Permit:
•	Chase Marshall
Senior Shellfish Permit:
•	Peter Ferriero
Non-Resident Annual Shellfish Permits:
•	Paul Dredge, Arlington – Barry Richards
•	Edward Kawczynski, Salem – Richard A. Pierro
•	Ken Symonds, Princeton – Jud Lane
•	Michael Symonds, Gloucester – Ernest Nieberle

PUBLIC COMMENT.

REMINDERS:
•	The next regular Board of Selectmen’s meeting will take place on Monday, March 28, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Stage Conference Area at the Town Hall at 30 Martin Street.


AGENDA – EXECUTIVE SESSION
•	Discussion with respect to collective bargaining with the Essex Police Benevolent Association.
Scheduled By:Pam Witham
Posted At:Mar 3, 2022 12:28 PM EST
Last Modified:Mar 29, 2022 6:47 AM EDT
Minutes:Minutes are not on record with the Town Clerk's office
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