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July Work Session

We had an incredibly long and productive meeting this evening.  I will be at the farmers market on Saturday at the Community Market table from 8-10 if you would like to talk to me about any of these issues, specifically the feral cat conversation, climate proclamation and trust town designation.  My notes are short because I want to be able to use these to start a conversation so please come find me at the market and/or email me at bethpmackenzie@gmail.com if you'd like to talk about anything you read here.


1. Gladys Noon Spellman Grant Lowri DeJager came to ask for  a $2,000 grant to help cover the cost for ipad charging stations.  The school is incorporating technology in the classrooms.  The total cost for the two stations they need is $5,200.  They have gotten funds from the PTA budget and other donations. GNS is facing a budget shortfall because this year's budget does not include the refugee and other families that enrolled mid year last year.
2. Dog Park Discussion The Mayo…

July Town Meeting

Happy July!  I am so excited to announce that we will be having an Ice Cream Social at Cheverly Station Apartments on August 19 from 1-3 pm.  We invite all Cheverly residents and community groups to come, especially those of us in the 5th & 6th Wards! More information to come!

We had a short Town Meeting last week, but much of it is teeing us up for an extremely busy work session on July 27.

The meeting started promptly at 8pm

Town Administrator Update

The paving of Lake Ave is happening next week (the week of July 16).The town is ordering cameras for the hazardous waste collection unit.  It is important that all residents understand that paint can not be deposited here.  If you have good paint left please bring to community fork lift.  If it is latex, dry it out to replace.  All oil based paint needs to be taken to Brown Station.  Cheverly cannot collect this and transport because we do not have a hazardous waste transport permit.  David Warrington will look into if there are thir…