6.Discuss and take action to proclaim Wednesday, October 13, 2021 Domestic Violence Awareness Day.
7.Discuss and take action to approve a Proclamation honoring Robyn Wolcott, Madison’s Woman of Excellence.
8.Update on Academy School Community Center Proposal.
9.Discuss and take action to approve the inclusion of the Environmental Planner position into the Town’s Classified Plan; Salary Grade 12, 35.5 hours per week. The position is funded in the current fiscal year budget. Recruitment for the position will commence upon approval by the Board of Selectmen.
10.Discuss and take action to approve awarding the bid for the Salt Meadow Park Pavilion project to the low bidder, Suchocki & Sons, Inc.
11.Discuss and take action to approve a request from Beach & Recreation to close out completed projects to the master CNRE account.
12.Update on Madison Dog Park.
13.Discuss and take action to reallocate funding from the CNRE Salt Meadow Kayak Launch fund and the CNRE Salt Meadow Fencing fund to the Salt Meadow Dog Park fund.
14.Discuss and take action to approve a request from Madison Hose Co. 1 to move funds from the Capital Improvement Program year 2022-2023 to fiscal year 2021-2022 in the amount of $100,000 for the new R2 Madison Fire Boat; pending Board of Finance approval.
15.Discuss and take action to approve a Special Appropriation request from Madison Hose Co. 1 Apparatus/Truck Replacement Fund in the amount of $102,000 to fund the new R2 Madison Fire Boat; pending Board of Finance and Town Meeting approval.
16.Discuss and take action to approve calling a Special Town Meeting to approve a Special Appropriation request from Madison Hose Co. 1 in the amount of $102,000 to fund the new R2 Madison Fire Boat.
17.Discuss potential Town Noise Ordinance.
18.Appointments / Resignations:
Resignation of Danielle Butsch from the Conservation Commission.
Appointment of Richard Vancil from Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee Alternate to Regular Member for a term to expire January 1, 2024.
19.Tax Abatements / Refunds.
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