Board of Selectmen June 6, 2016 part 2 of 2

Board of Selectmen June 6, 2016 part 2 of 2


TOWN OF FALMOUTH
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
REVISED AGENDA
MONDAY, JUNE 6, 2016 – 6:30 P.M.
SELECTMEN’S MEETING ROOM

6:30 p.m. OPEN SESSION

6:30 p.m. EXECUTIVE SESSION
1. M.G.L. c.30A s.21(a)(3) – Impact Bargaining Update – Firefighters Union

7:00 p.m. OPEN SESSION

1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Proclamation
a. Eagle Scout – Max Davis Abrams Day – June 22, 2016
b. Day of Portugal –June 11, 2016
4. Announcements
5. Public Comment
6. Minutes of Meetings: Public Session – May 9, 2016, May 16, 2016 and May 23, 2016
7. Vote to Affirm Appointment of Fire Chief

7:15 p.m. SUMMARY OF ACTIONS

1. Licenses
a. Approve Application for a Pledge of License of an All Alcohol Common Victualler License for Buca Corp. d/b/a Buca Restaurant and Wine Bar, 7 Nathan Ellis Highway, N. Falmouth
b. Approve Application for a Change of Manager of an All Alcohol Common Victualler License for Sailors’, Inc. d/b/a Flying Bridge Restaurant, 220 Scranton Avenue, Falmouth
c. Approve Application for Sunday Entertainment – Barnstable County Agricultural Society – Barnstable County Fair – 1220 Nathan Ellis Hwy., E. Falmouth – Sunday, 7/24/16
d. Approve Application for Special Agricultural Liquor License – Downeast Cider d/b/a Farmer Willie’s – Falmouth Farmers Market – Marina Park – Thursdays, 5/26 – 10/6/16
e. Application for New Second-Hand Dealer’s License – Fill ur Bucket, 59 Davis Straits (lower level), Falmouth
f. Approve Application for Change of Manager of an All Alcohol Club License – Portuguese-American Assoc. of Falmouth, Inc., 55 Ashumet Road, Hatchville
g. Approve Application for Class II Used Car Dealer – M&N Auto – 20A Village Common Drive, East Falmouth
h. Approve Application for Special One-Day Liquor License – Salt Pond Areas Bird Sanctuaries, Inc. – Bourne Farm, 6 N. Falmouth Hwy. – Saturday, 6/25/16

2. Administrative Orders
a. Approve GHD Amendment #10 for Engineering Support on PRB’s up to $15,000 to be Expended from Article 17 (April 2011 Town Meeting)
b. Approve Application to CPC from Falmouth Human Services

3. Special Events

Recurring - Recommended:
a. Arts Alive Festival – Arts Falmouth, Inc. – Library Lawn, Shore Street Extension – Friday – Sunday, 6/17/16 – 6/19/16
b. Jazz Fest – Arts Falmouth Inc. – Peg Noonan Park, Queen’s Buyway, Main Street – Friday, 9/30/16
c. Laughter Yoga – Bandshell/Marina Park – Mondays, 6/27/16 – 8/29/16
d. East Falmouth Elementary School PTO Year End Celebration – Marina Park/Bandshell – Friday, 6/17/16
e. Paul White Road Race – North Falmouth – Saturday, 7/2/16
f. 4th of July Parade – Water Street, Woods Hole – Monday, 7/4/16
g. Waquoit Congregational Church – Annual Summer Bazaar – One-Way Traffic Parsons Lane – Friday – Saturday, 7/8/16 – 7/9/16

New - Recommended:
a. Wedding Ceremony and Parking – Menauhant Beach – Hickman – Saturday, 9/9/17

PUBLIC HEARINGS
7:30 p.m.
1. Transfer of an All Alcohol Common Victualler License – Gourmet Garden of Falmouth, Inc. d/b/a Gourmet Garden, 452 Main Street, Falmouth

7:45 p.m.
2. Liquor License Violation Hearing, All Alcohol Club License – Cape Verdean Club, 126 Sandwich Road, East Falmouth

8:20 p.m.
3. Water and Sewer Rates, continued from May 23, 2016

8:30 p.m. BUSINESS

1. Review/Discuss Preliminary Report on the Feasibility of Providing Freight Service between New Bedford and Martha’s Vineyard

2. Interview, Vote and Appoint Members to the Historical Commission

3. Applications for Taxi Permit, continued from May 23, 2016
a. All Seasons Taxi
b. Falmouth Taxi

4. Discuss and Vote Request for Permit Fee Waiver – Falmouth Art Market

5. Discuss and Vote Request for Permit Fee Waiver – Arts Falmouth, Inc.

6. Approve Request for Sign Variance – Off-Premise Signs – Paul White Road Race

7. Approve Request for Sign Variance – Two Special Events Signs – Falmouth Baptist Church

8. Announce Board of Selectmen Third Quarter 2016 Meeting Schedule

9. Individual Selectmen’s Reports

10. Review of Town Manager’s Report

11. Review and/or Discuss Correspondence Received

Doug Jones, Chairman

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