Selectmen Preview: Liquor License Violation, Town Meeting Dates and More
The Wayland Board of Selectmen will meet tonight at 7 p.m. at the Wayland Town Building.
Town Administrator Fred Turkington provided the following preview of the Nov. 19, 2012, Board of Selectmen meeting.
After reviewing the agenda and receiving public comment, selectmen will meet with representatives of Wayland Variety & Deli and Police Chief Robert Irving to discuss the improper sale of beer to underaged persons and potential sanctions.
At approximately 7:45 p.m., selectmen will continue discussion from the previous meeting regarding potential dates for Annual Town Meeting. Schedule options, logistical considerations, and impacts on attendance will be reviewed. Town Moderator Dennis Berry to be present for the discussion and to offer input.
The board will hear from members of the advisory committee studying the sustainability of Wayland Cares, a program funded for the past five years from a Federal grant which ends in September 2013. The group will propose continuing successful elements of the program and funding options.
After considering the consent calendar and reviewing correspondence, selectmen will then listen to the report of the town administrator, which will include a review of capital project submissions, possible Annual Town Meeting articles, and an update on future meeting agenda items. During Selectmen's Reports and Concerns, the board will discuss general items of concern and schedule office hours to be held later in November.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Selectmen's Meeting Room at Wayland Town Building.