Town of Hudson - Board of Selectmen
Agenda – February 5, 2018
78 Main Street 2nd Floor 7:00 PM
Public Session Minutes – January 22, 2018
Executive Session Minutes – January 22, 2018
Selectmen to consider approval of the appointment of Danielle Cook as a Part-Time Technical Services Librarian for the Library Grade F, Step 1 at a rate of $18.14 per hour, effective February 6, 2018
Selectmen to consider the approval of the appointments of Anthony Andrews, Jr., Matthew Tufo, Brian Niemi and Paul Dudley as on-Call Firefighters for the Fire Department, effective February 6, 2018.
Selectmen to note the resignation of Margaret Downing Bouvier as a member of the Council on Aging, effective immediately.
Selectmen to consider reappointing Thomas Moses to serve as Executive Assistant and sign a three year contract with Mr. Moses commencing July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2021.
Selectmen to consider approving the job description for a Regional Youth Substance Abuse Program Coordinator for the Board of Health.
Selectmen to consider approval of the appointment of Beata Malicka as Part Time Payroll/Billing Clerk for the Police Department NU-D, Step 6 at a rate of $18.92, effective February 19, 2018.
Selectmen to approve the appointments of Michael Hurley, Joseph Fournier, Michael Schreiner, David Stephens and Dermot McCarthy as Special Police officers for the Hudson Police Department, effective February 6, 2018.
Selectmen to consider approval and authorization to sign a contract with F.G. Sullivan Drilling Company for the Cleaning and Redevelopment of the Kane and Cranberry Wells in the amount of $32,454.00.
Funding for this project was approved at May 2017 Town Meeting.
Selectmen to consider approval and authorization to sign a contract with Northeast Independent Living Program in the amount of $15,000 to develop a self-evaluation and transition plan to identify ADA short comings in public facilities, building and parks and to develop a transition plan for improvements.
Selectmen to consider authorizing the Chairman to sign a letter to Governor Baker requesting the release of the $500,000 in the 2016 Economic Development Bond Bill for the redesign of the rotary.
Selectmen to consider signing the application for the Commonwealth Sewer Rate Relief Fund.
Selectmen to conduct FY 2019 Budget Hearings:
Correspondence to be Noted by Clerk:
Selectmen to discuss strategy with respect to pending litigation on an administrative level before the Massachusetts energy Facilities Siting Board (MAEFSB) as to the Eversource petition and see advice of Counsel, as necessary, where the open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the legal position of the Town of Hudson and the Chair so declares.