Committee of the Whole meeting Tuesday, June 20, 2017 5:45 pm Download PDF Zoning & Ordinance Subcommittee meeting Tuesday, June 20, 2017 6:00 pm Download PDF Regular meeting Tuesday, June 20, 2017 7:00 pm Download PDF Committee of the Whole meeting budget hearing Wednesday, June 21, 2017 5:00 pm Download PDF
The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) is working to create a shared vision for a seamless waterfront park system along both sides of the Malden River, connecting communities in Medford, Malden and Everett to this important natural resource. Currently, a little more than 1 mile of the 3.5 miles of shoreline is accessible green space – this is a result of generations of industrial uses. Thanks to local leadership and several brownfield redevelopments, the Malden River is on its way to becoming a central open space amenity for all three cities. Over the course of 2017, MyRWA will be partnering
The City of Medford Community Preservation Commission (CPC) will hold a Public Meeting on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at 6:30 P.M., Superintendent’s Conference Room, Medford High School, 489 Winthrop Street, Medford, MA 02155. For information and/or accommodations, please call (781) 393-2408. AGENDA Review minutes from Previous meeting Discuss draft job description for CPC Administrative position Discuss timeline of efforts needed to prepare Community Preservation Plan Update on Action Items from previous meeting: – Roberta: check if admin costs roll to next year – Roberta: ask Mayor where admin position should roll up to – Roberta: CPC member training held by
The project would like to update you on the ongoing early works construction activity on the Green Line Extension (GLX). As construction continues along the railroad right-of-way in Medford and Somerville, abutters can expect to see crews engaging in support of excavation work as early as the week of June 19, 2017 in the vicinity of Tufts University in Medford. This activity will be within the MBTA railroad right-of-way and work hours are anticipated to be approximately 7 AM – 4:30 PM. This work will include drilling piles and excavation work which will involve moderate to high levels of noise.
CITY OF MEDFORD City Hall, Room 214 Medford, Massachusetts 02155 OFFICE OF HUMAN DIVERSITY & COMPLIANCE Diane McLeod, Director (781) 393-2501 (781) 393-2516 TTY NOTICE OF MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 23B OF CHAPTER 39 OF THE MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL LAWS THAT THERE WILL BE A REGULAR MEETING OF MEDFORD COMMISSION FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES __________________________________ Wednesday, June 28, 2017 _________________________________ at 5:30 p.m. __________________________________ at Medford City Hall, Room 201 __________________________________ Respectfully Submitted, ________________________________________________ Diane McLeod ACCESSIBLE LOCATION Call 781-393-2501 Voice, 781-393-2516 TTY for Accommodations COMMISSION FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AGENDA June 28, 2017 Introductions Public
The Medford Water and Sewer Commission will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, June 28, 2017 at 5:00 pm in The Council Chambers, Medford City Hall, second floor, 85 George P. Hassett Drive Medford, Medford Ma 02155.
A&F-2017-21 CITY OF MEDFORD MASSACHUSETTS The City of Medford, Board of Appeals, will hold a Public Hearing in Room 201, City Hall, on Tuesday, June 27 (previously advertised as June 7) after 7:00 p.m., on a petition of Bernard McGovern to construct a two (2) two-family dwellings at 49 Pleasant Street in a Single Family Two (SF-2) Zoning District – Not Allowed Section 94-148 (d) Item #16, with insufficient: Lot Width – Section 94-171, Table 6.3 Item #2. Chapter 94-City of Medford Zoning Ordinance. Scott Carman, Chairman Publish: 06/01/17 06/08/17 Call 781-393-2137 for any accommodations/aids. T.D.D. 781-393-2516
Mayor Stephanie M. Burke has submitted her proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year 2018. The budget is focused on providing key City services, initiatives, investments in our schools, and to assist in maintaining and augmenting all our current school ratings. The District is deemed a Level 2 School District. This budget also supports our AA Standard & Poor’s rating which indicates we are strong, sturdy and stable. The proposed FY18 budget totals $167,117,437, a 3.1% increase from last year and includes a 3.86% increase in public school spending. Of the $5 million increase, overall, just about $545,000 is from
Mayor Burke held a press conference this week in the newly constructed Community Access Studio at the Medford High School shared space with Medford Vocational & Technical High School to announce several important updates. – The studio is near completion and we are very excited to open the doors for the public soon. Interviews for the station manager position began today so that our Medford High School students can utilize the studio during the day and the public will have access after school hours. – Armstrong Ambulance generously donated 16 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) to our schools. In addition, we