Information for Meeting of Board of Selectmen
Monday March 12, 2018 6:00 PM EDT

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Town:Essex, MA 
Board:Board of Selectmen
Time:Monday March 12, 2018 6:00 PM EDT
Location:Town Hall - Stage Conference Room (2nd Floor)
30 Martin Street, Essex, MA 01929
Selectmen’s Meeting							March 12, 2018
2nd Floor, Town Hall Stage Conference Area, 30 Martin Street

6:00 p.m.	Public Comment.

7:00 p.m.	Friedl Brosch regarding a proposed sculpture.

7:30 p.m.	Finance Committee and the Town Building Committee to discuss the proposed FY19 operating and capital budget and the purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property relative to a possible future site for a public safety facility (Executive and Open Session expected).

Brendhan Zubricki:  Presentation of his Town Administrator’s Report for the period February 24th, 2018 through March 9, 2018, regarding the following:
•	Further Discussion Relative to Potential Affordable Housing Project
•	Finalization of Request for Proposals for Centennial Grove Master Plan
•	License for Use of Centennial Grove for Rowing Program
•	School Budget Group Meeting
•	Review of Draft Final Annual Town Meeting Warrant
•	Review of Thin-Layer Deposition by Local Scientists
•	Essex National Heritage Area Kiosk Project

	Approve the weekly warrant in the amount of $.
	Vote to exempt from Section 20 of Chapter 268A of the General Laws, the contracts and amounts for the individuals listed below contained within the 03/01/2018 warrant pursuant to subsection (d) of said Section.
David Pereen	Pereen Plumbing 	02/20/2018	$ 1,330.00	Police
Jim McNeilly	McNeilly EMS	02/13/2018	$      70.00	Fire

	Vote to exempt from Section 20 of Chapter 268A of the General Laws, the contracts and amounts for the individuals listed below contained within the 03/08/2018 warrant pursuant to subsection (d) of said Section.
Ernie Nieberle	Nieberle’s Gas	03/03/2018	$    521.70	Police/COA

	Approve the minutes for the Selectmen’s February 15th Open Meeting and Executive Session; and for the February 26, 2018, Open Meeting and Executive Session.
	Sign a Certificate of Appointment for Pamela Thorne.
	Vote to ratify the Chairman’s declaration of a State of Emergency for the Town beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Friday March 2, 2018 through 8:00 a.m., Monday, March 5, 2018.
	Discuss opinion by resident mess clam digger that Sunday digging should still be open to mess diggers.
	Approve a Memorandum of Understanding between the Essex Council on Aging and the North Shore Cape Ann Topsfield Region Medical Reserve Corps for Senior Well-Check Services, if available by meeting time.
	Board consideration of use of 3rd floor Auditorium for teacher retirement honorary event.
	Vote to accept fiscal year 2019 health insurance rates with Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA). 
	Conomo Point Matters:  Status update regarding proposed ribbon cutting at the Conomo Point waterfront park.
	Items that could not be reasonably anticipated by the Open Meeting Law posting deadline.

	Special Auction Permit:
•	Blackwood March Antiques, Michael March, for use on Thursday, April 5, 2018, between the hours of 4:00 and 10:00 p.m., within the confines of 125 Main Street.

	Commercial Shellfish Permit:
•	Kenneth Amero
•	Robert Amero
•	Zack Appeltofft
•	Anthony Augustine
•	Kenneth Baker
•	Julian Balili
•	Yllka Balili
•	Richard Buczko
•	David G. Burnham
•	Timothy DeWitt
•	David H. Doane
•	David Earl
•	Benn Ferriero
•	Hali Ferriero
•	Jackson Friedman
•	James H. Genest
•	Scott Hamlen
•	Russell Hemeon
•	Michael Jacobs, Jr.
•	Chris Johnson
•	Wayne Leveille
•	Ian MacDougall
•	Steven MacDougall
•	Peter Marshall
•	Gordon Martin
•	Barry Mears
•	Bruce Mello
•	George Mullen
•	Michael Pascucci
•	Scott Reed
•	Joseph Rizzo
•	Carter Roberts
•	Wayne Savoie
•	Keith Woodman
•	Anida Xhalia
•	John Ytzen-Handel

Non-Resident Recreational Shellfish Permit:
•	Ronald Blanchette, Beverly, MA, sponsored by Louise Holland
•	David A. Bogdan, Georgetown, MA, sponsored by Tim Walsh
•	Richard Buss, Winthrop, MA, sponsored by Andrew Haley
•	Glenn Chartier, Gloucester, MA, sponsored by Michael Ginn
•	Paul Dredge, Arlington, MA, sponsored by Barry Richards
•	Daniel Emerson, Carmel, CA, sponsored by George Emerson
•	Christopher Greene, Hamilton, MA, sponsored by Ernie Nieberle
•	Ed Kawczynski, Salem, MA, sponsored by Richard Pierro
•	Caroline Losee, Boxford, MA, sponsored by Jamie Ellis
•	Robert Normand, Beverly, MA, sponsored by Leo Provost
•	Henry Oettinger, Manchester, MA, sponsored by Hannah Barker
•	Kerilee Pelletrino, Beverly, MA, sponsored by Shelly Piper
•	Daniel Provost, S. Hampton, NH, sponsored by Leo Provost
•	Jennifer Seruzio, Beverly, MA, sponsored by Shelly Piper
•	John Stadley, Jr., Beverly, MA, sponsored by Leo Provost
•	Chester Sullivan, Methuen, MA, sponsored by Thomas Prentiss
•	Ken Symonds, Princeton, MA, sponsored by Charles Symonds
•	Michael Symonds, Gloucester, MA, sponsored by Charles Symonds
•	William J. Waitunski, Beverly, MA, sponsored by Noah Kellerman

Senior Shellfish Permit:
•	Sefton Earl
•	Dan Marshall
•	Richard Pascucci
•	Leonard Woodman

	Student Shellfish Permit:
•	Jessica Amero
•	Troy Ciarametaro
•	Jack Colpoys
•	Faith Costello
•	Colby Doane
•	Nathan Ferriero
•	Ian Lewiecki
•	Trenten Whittemore
•	McKenzie Woodman

	Student Shellfish Permit and Waiver of School Transcript Requirement:
•	Anxhelo Serja

•	Vote to recommend to Town Meeting the FY19 Wage & Salary Scale.
•	Wednesday, March 21, 7:00 p.m., at Manchester Essex Regional High School, quantitative presentation of existing and future capital debt with respect to the Manchester Essex Regional School District and the towns of Essex and Manchester. 
•	Spring 2018 Cape Ann Caucus, Friday, March 23, from 7:30 to 9:15 a.m., at the Rockport Art Association & Museum, 12 Main Street, Rockport.
•	Northeast Coastal Coalition Meeting, Friday, 2:00 p.m., March 23, 2018.
•	The next regular Board of Selectmen’s meeting will take place on Monday, March 26, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Stage Conference Room on the second floor, 30 Martin Street.
•	Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) Workshop on Thursday, April 5th, 2018. The MVP Workshop will take place from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in Essex Town Hall. Breakfast refreshments and lunch will be provided.
•	Coastal Resilience Grant Public Workshop highlighting the inter-relatedness of emergency planning and coastal resilience planning, April 25, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m., Essex Town Hall.  Also offered at Ipswich Town Hall April 11 and Gloucester City Hall April 17 (same times).

•	Discussion with respect to collective bargaining strategy concerning the collective bargaining agreement between the Town and the Essex Police Benevolent Association.
•	Discuss purchase, exchange, lease or value of real property relative to a possible future site for a public safety facility.
Scheduled By:Pam Witham
Posted At:Mar 08, 2018 1:35 PM EST
Last Modified:Mar 27, 2018 6:36 AM EDT
Minutes:Minutes are not on record with the Town Clerk's office
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