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Selectboard 7/08/14

Town of Middlebury
Regular Selectboard Meeting
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Russ Sholes Senior Center
Lower Level - Municipal Gym
89 College Street
7:00 p.m.

1. Call to Order
2. *Approval of Minutes of June 24, 2014 Regular Meeting
3. *Approval of Agenda
4. Citizen Comments [Opportunity to raise or address issues that are not otherwise included on this agenda]
5. **Public Hearing on a proposal to lay-out of a new portion of Town Highway #130, also known as Meadow Glen Drive, and discontinue a portion of Town Highway #20, also known as Middle Road.
6. *Award Contract for Commissioning Agent for Net-Zero Components of the Town Offices & Recreation Facility Project
7. *Set FY15 Tax Rate
8. ** Discuss Traffic Ordinance Amendments
9. **Committee & Project Reports
9a.  Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting of July 1, 2014
9b.  Energy Committee Meeting of July 2, 2014
9c.  Main Street & Merchants Row Railroad Overpass Bridge Replacements, including proposed amendment to contract with VHB for ACTR Relocation Services (if available)
10. **Review Amendment #1 to Lake Champlain Scenic Byways Grant Agreement
11.  **Review Draft Town of Middlebury/Middlebury College Agreement for Town Offices and Recreation Facilities Project (If Available)
12.  FY14 Budget Report
13. *Approval of Check Warrants
14. Town Manager's Report
15. Board Member Concerns
16. *Executive Session - If Needed
17. **Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session
18. *Adjourn

*Decision Item  

** Possible Decision
Additional information about most Agenda items is available on the Town's website, www.townofmiddlebury.org on the Selectboard page.

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Middlebury Five-0: Rachel Guy

The Middlebury Site Manager for Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, talks
about the organization's critical mission, providing reproductiove health services
and eduction to the community. Rachel speaks with passion about Planned Parenthood's
commitment to offer services to all who need them, regardless of their income, and
touches upon some of the ways in which it is inspiring and rewarding assisting
people through situations in their lives that are often extremely challenging.

Middlebury Five-0: Michael Wood Lewis

The founder of Front Porch Forum provides a compelling account of the evolution of
the platform, from its humble origins in a small community in Burlington, to a
Statewide organization, currently accessed by a staggering proportion of the
population. Michael discusses the various ways in which the Forum is utilized - from
selling goods, to organizing events, to running political campaigns - highlighting
how it is strengthening our neighborhoods by drawing people together, providing
information and giving people a voice in their communties.

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