Board of Selectmen 8/29/16 part 2 of 2

Board of Selectmen 8/29/16 part 2 of 2

TOWN OF FALMOUTH
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
REVISED AGENDA
MONDAY, AUGUST 29, 2016 – 6:15 P.M.
SELECTMEN’S MEETING ROOM

6:15 p.m. OPEN SESSION

6:15 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION
1. M.G.L. c.30A s.21(a)(6) – Update on Coonamessett Inn Negotiations
2. M.G.L. c.30A s.21(a)(3) – Discussion on Preparation for Wind Turbine Mediation

7:00 p.m. OPEN SESSION

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Proclamation
4. Announcements
5. Public Comment
6. Minutes of Meetings: Public Session – August 15, 2016
Executive Session – August 15, 2016
Vote to Release/Not to Release Minutes of Executive Sessions

7:15 p.m. SUMMARY OF ACTIONS

1. Licenses
a. Approve Application for New Lodging House License – Frederick William House, 594 Palmer Ave., Falmouth
b. Approve Application for Change of Manager and New Officers/Directors – The Cape Club, Inc., 125 Falmouth Woods Road, East Falmouth
c. Approve Application for Change of Manager – Casino Restaurant LLC d/b/a Casino FX, 286 Grand Avenue, Falmouth, MA 02540

2. Administrative Orders
a. Vote to Accept Anonymous Donation in the Amount of $1,200.00 to Beach Donation Account
b. Authorize the Town to request and accept $75,000 from the Cape Cod Water protection Collaborative to support three years of baseline monitoring by the UMass Dartmouth School for Marine Science and Technology (SMAST)
c. Vote to Declare Surplus Property at Davisville Road and Marsh View Road, East Falmouth
d. Authorize Town Manager to Collaborate with “Big Fix” Event with Housing Assistance Corp. in 2017
e. Vote to Extend Deed Restriction for 850 West Falmouth Highway
f. Sign License Agreements to Allow Public Works to Enter Upon Private Property at 26 Takemmeh Way in Waquoit to Perform Work to Reconstruct the Herring Run that Runs between Bourne Pond and Bog Pond
g. Declaration of Emergency per M.G.L. Chapter 44, Section 31 for the Abatement of Asbestos at Teaticket Elementary School

3. Special Events

New - Recommended:
a. Falmouth Amateur Radio Association Radio Demo – Peg Noonan Park – Saturday, 9/24/16

7:45 p.m. BUSINESS

1. Water and Wastewater Monthly Report – Ray Jack, DPW Director

2. Application for Sign Variance – Promotional Signs – John Wesley United Methodist Church

3. Application for Sign Variance – The Tea Room, 196 Crystal Spring Avenue

4. Follow-up from Architect on Potential Senior Center Sites

5. Discussion on Potential Purchase of Coonamessett Inn

6. Discussion of Proposed Community Services Department

7. Individual Selectmen’s Reports

8. Review of Town Manager’s Report

9. Review and/or Discuss Correspondence Received

Doug Jones, Chairman
Board of Selectmen

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