Monthly Archives: February 2010

On March 23 rd at 7:30 p.m Weston Selectmen will discuss Harvard Case Estates alternative proposal for purchasing the property.

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The Board of Selectmen will be discussing at their March 23 meeting whether or
not to place an article on the annual town meeting warrant to allow the alternative
remediation concept proposed by Harvard to be considered by the voters. This agenda
item is scheduled to begin at approximately 7:30 p.m., not 6:30 p.m. as reported in
Sunday's Globe West.

Town Caucus Results

Town of Weston – Town Caucus Results


Office to be Filled Caucus Nominee Term
Moderator Wendy Spector 1 year
Selectman Douglas P. Gillespie 3 years
Board of Assessor David C. Bennett 3 years
School Committee Edward E. Heller 3 years
School Committee Sanjay Saini 3 years
Recreation Commission Victoria A. Whalen 3 years
Receation Commission Vacant 3 years
Planning Board David O. Mendolsohn 5 years
Planning Board
(to fill a vacancy)
Carol Seto 3 years
Library Trustees Barbara F. Coburn 3 years
Library Trustees Doris A. Sullivan 3 years
Board of Health Nicholas G. Guerina 3 years
Commissioner of Trust Funds Janell Phillips 3 years
Measurers of Lumber David C. Bennet 1 year
Measurers of Lumber Maureen Ecker 1 year
Measurers of Lumber David Kominz 1 year

Case Estates Update with the Selectmen March 9, 7:30 Town Hall

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The Board of Selectmen has invited members of the Case Estates Review
Committee and Case Estates Building Advisory Committee to attend its
regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. to discuss
with them and get their input on the alternate remediation concept
presented by Harvard with regard to contamination on the Case Estates
land.  The meeting will be held in the Town Hall, lower level conference
room. All are invited

Case Estates Informational Meeting on Wednesday, April 28, 7:00 p.m. at Library Community Room

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The Board of Selectmen has placed an article on the warrant for annual town meeting to allow a “hybrid” remediation plan for the Case Estates property to be considered by the voters.  An informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the Library Community Room to discuss this remediation plan.

The Town has not yet purchased the Case Estates property pending remediation of contaminated soil found on the property.

Town of Weston Budget Hearing – Monday, May 3 at 7:30 p.m., Town Hall

The Board of Selectmen of Weston will hold an open meeting for the purpose of discussing the proposed budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011 (FY2010) at the Town Hall Auditorium, Town House Road, Monday, May 3, 2010, at 7:30 p.m.

The public hearing on the school budget required by statute will be conducted by the School Committee as part of the meeting.

To view the budget, visit  FY2011 BUDGET.

Steven L. Charlip
Douglas P. Gillespie
Michael H. Harrity
Selectmen of the Town of Weston

Weston Storm Water Group will hold a public Hearing in March Date to be determined.

The Storm Water Group consisting of Wendy Diotalevi, Board of Health Director, Stephen Fogg, Town Engineer,
Michele Grzenda, Conservation Agent, Susan Haber, Town Planner, Robert Morra, Building Inspector, will be holding a public hearing in March to review the proposed Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Bylaw to be brought to Town meeting in May. The EPA is requiring that by June Towns in the Charles River Watershed test for certain pollutants in its drainage system. Weston has a limited drainage system so this bylaw has different effects on different parts of town. Private roads systems are not monitored by the town but if illicit discharge is found in the town system near a private road system than the proposed bylaw will allow the town to demand the private road to test and remediate any violation to the bylaw. Understand drainage on your property and in your neighborhood.
The purpose of the Illicit Discharge By-law is to regulate illicit connections and discharges to the municipal storm drain system for the protection of the Town’s water bodies and groundwater, and to safeguard the public health, safety, welfare and the environment.