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Selectboard 8/12/14

Town of Middlebury
Selectboard Meeting
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Large Conference Room
89 College Street

  
PLANNING WORKSHOP
6:15 - 6:45
 
Town Planner Eric Blair will continue an introduction to Transect-based Planning concepts. The focus for this workshop will be on the Transect as it applies to Middlebury. (AMENDED: Rescheduled to another Selectboard meeting)

AGENDA

7:00
1. Call to Order
2. *Approval of Minutes of July 29, 2014 Special Meeting
3. *Approval of Agenda
4. Citizen Comments [Opportunity to raise or address issues that are not otherwise included on this agenda]
5. **Second Public Hearing on Proposed Amendments to the Town Plan

7:45
6. **Review Draft Hazard Mitigation Plan (AMENDED: Rescheduled for Aug. 26 Selectboard meeting)

8:00
7. *Award Contract for Pulp Mill Bridge Road Water & Sewer Replacement

8:05
8. ** Community Solar Project, Term Sheet with ACORN/Encore


8:15
9. **Committee & Project Reports

9.a. Town Offices & Recreation Center Building Committee Meeting of August 8, 2014
9.b. Rail Station Study Group Meeting of July 22, 2014
9.c. Parks & Recreation Committee Meeting of August 5, 2014; Letter from Memorial Sports Center Commission Regarding Parking Lot Lighting

9.d. Main Street & Merchants Row Railroad Overpass Bridge Replacements

9.e. Draft Letter Report on the Review of Recycling Collection Programs and Related Solid Waste Management Options  for the Town of Middlebury



8:35
10. **Authorize Application for 2015 Municipal Park-and-Ride Grant Program


11. *Accept Grant Agreement from the State of Vermont, Department of Forests, Parks & Recreation to support urban forestry efforts



8:45
12. **Request from Middlebury College for Letter of Support to Public Service Board for Bio-Methane Project

13. **Revised Proposal from Edgewood Property Holdings to Revise Property Acquisition from Town; Revise Purchase & Sale Agreement & 24 VSA 1061 Notice (if available)



8:50
14. *Approval of Check Warrants


15. *Town Manager's Report


16. Board Member Concerns


17. *Executive Session - If Needed


18. **Action on Matters Discussed in Executive Session



9:10

 19. *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.

ID#4 Board Meeting 8/11/14

ID#4 School Board Meeting
Mary Hogan School Music Room
Monday, August 11, 2014 7:00 PM
AGENDA

1. Approve Agenda

2. Public Comments & Concerns

3. Consent Agenda
-Minutes of June 9, 2014
-Bills

4. Town of Middlebury Skate Park Project Introduction
-Terri Arnold, Middlebury Parks & Recreation Department Director

5. Safe Routes to School - Parking lot striping and crosswalk improvements
-Laura Assermily, SRTS Coordinator

6. Principal’s Report - Tom Buzzell
“Mr. Buzzell’s Vision for Mary Hogan School”
-Curriculum Overview

7. Superintendent’s Report - Peter Burrows
-Strategic Plan Work

8. ACSU Executive Committee Retreat Overview - Ruth Hardy
-Board Mission and Vision Work
-Board Calendar
-Executive Committee Role

9. Board Goals & Committee Work Check-In
-Committee Priorities
-Goal Revisions

10. Policy Review – Amend the following policies:
          
JBA-Limited English
IKE-Grade Advancement
DIPSA-McGilton Fund and other cash gifts
EEAGA-Mandatory Drug & Alcohol Testing for Transportation Employees
GBKC-Alcohol & Drug-Free Workplace
JFCH-Student Alcohol & Drug Abuse

11. Executive Session: Personnel

12. Other Business and Items for Future Meetings

13. Adjournment

Demo Derby 2014

Middlebury Five-0: Calvin McEathron

A Middlebury College student and Independent candidate for a seat in the
Vermont House, Calvin McEathron talks with insight and passion about what
he perceives to be the critical issues facing local voters - economic
development, property taxes and health care - highlighting especially the
loss of youth from the State. He also discusses the absence of younger
voices within the Vermont legislature, and the potential hazards of that
bias. He mentions drawing political inspiration from Fred Tuttle, and
celebrates the unique flavor of politics in the State - and the culture of
civic engagement from which it flows.

Memorial Baptist Church 8/3/14

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