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Recent Actions by Milford Town Boards

• Met with Maureen Giffin, Human Resources director, to review the job description for

the Director of Public Health. The position opened when Paul Mazzuchelli retired at the end of March. Board members agreed to post advertisements for the position beginning on March 26, including websites run by the Massachusetts Environmental Health Association and the Massachusetts Health Officers Association. "There are not too many people in our field," Mazzuchelli said. "It's such a specialized field," added board Member Leonard Izzo. (March 25)

• Reviewed the proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget with Christopher Morin, chair of the Finance Committee. The only portion of the budget that will exceed the guidelines given to limit increases is rubbish removal and disposal, Mazzuchelli explained. The trash pick- up contract with Republic Services is up for renewal, which should mean increased costs and – due to the lack of a market for recycled papers and plastics – the town will have to pay for their disposal, Mazzuchelli added.(March 25)

• Mazzuchelli reported the new leaf dump off Fiske Mill Rd. will re-open in April and will be accepting brush as well. (March 25)

• Board members Kenneth Evans and Izzo, plus Mazzuchelli, presented retiring board member Gerald Hennessy with a plaque honoring him for 47 years of service – from April, 1972 to this year – on the Board of Health. (March 25)

Board of Sewer Commissioners

• Approved sewer connection permits for 5,7,8,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19 and 20 Kate Lane, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 Megan Way and 2,4,6,8 and 10 Popia Dr. – all within the "Whitewood Preserve" subdivision off Whitewood and Reservoir Roads – subject to inspection fees being paid and the plans for homeowners to manage their own sewage pumping station to be given to the Sewer Department. (March 26)

• Approved a sewer connection permit for an existing house at 347 Purchase St., pending receipt of final engineering plans. (March 26)

• Voted to send a letter to the Planning Board that a proposed amended site plan for Imperial Hyundai at 154-158 East Main St. (Rt. 16) would have no effect on the town's sewer system. (March 26)

• Steven Howard, vice president of Tata & Howard, the Sewer Department's Marlborough- based engineering consultants, reported that meters to test for groundwater inflow and infiltration ("I and I") into the sewer system were placed at various locations throughout town during the week of March 18. After about 10 weeks, data from the monitoring will be analyzed to see what areas in town need to be targeted for I and I removal. (March 26)

• John Mainini, director of Operations for the Sewer Department, reported that the Town of Hopkinton has not been sending any sewage to Milford over the past few months. The contract between the towns is due to be renewed next year, he said. (March 26)




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