6:00 p.m. Special Session
1. Pledge of Allegiance 
2. Approval of minutes – January 15, 2019
3. First Selectman’s Updates. 
4. Liaison Reports/Selectmen Comments. 
5. Citizen comments


6. Information from Census Partnership Specialist, Michael Burke. 

7. Discuss referendum timeline for Capital Projects for the Board of Education and the Academy School Building.

8. Discuss Academy Project Timeline. 

9. Discuss Sow, Grow, Savor: an intergenerational edible gardening program at the Madison Senior Center - Austin Hall, Director of Senior Services. 

10. Discuss and take action to approve revising membership of the Ad-Hoc Island Avenue Committee to 8 members. 

11. Discuss and take action to approve revising membership of the Ad-Hoc Government Study Committee to 8 members. 

12. Discuss Transfer Station Advisory Committee and Madison / Guilford Transfer Station. 


13. Discuss and take action to approve the hiring of John Radley, Jr. to the position of Attendant located within the Senior Center.  The position is non-exempt.  Rate of pay is Grade 5, Step 1 - $19.39 per hour.  The position is budgeted, not requiring an appropriation of funds.  The position vacancy is a new position and was approved by the Job Evaluation Committee. 

14. Discuss and take action to appoint the following members to the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee: 

Terms to expire January 1, 2024: 
Sean Alexander 
John Biehn 
Jason Englehardt 
Virgina Raff 
Ellen Weiss 

Tony Davis 

Terms to expire January 1, 2022: 
Bruce Beebe 
David Tommaso
Lianne Herdle
Lynn Stechschulte

Tony West 

15. Discuss and take action to approve a Resolution endorsing the South Central Regional Council of Governments (SCRCOG) Regional Performance Incentive Program (RPIP) proposals pertaining to the Regional Cybersecurity Initiative, and School Waste Diversion Pilot Program; authorizing SCRCOG to apply for funding under RPIP, and authorizing SCRCOG to enter into any required contract and/or agreement should the proposals be selected for an RPIP award, all as referenced in Connecticut General Statutes Section 4-124s. 

16. Tax Abatements / Refunds.

17. Citizens comments. 

18. Executive Session

a. Island Avenue Lease Negotiations 

19. Adjournment.   
The Town of Madison does not discriminate on the basis of disability, and the meeting facilities are ADA accessible.  Individuals who need assistance are invited to make their needs known by contacting the Town’s ADA/Human Resources Director Debra Milardo at 203.245.5603 or by email to milardod@madisonct.org at least five (5) business days prior to the meeting.