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Recent Actions by Milford Selectmen



• Approved transferring the Retail Package, Wine and

Malt license from James G. Guido doing business as Guido and Son Italian Imports at 194 West St. (Rt. 140) to Guido and Son, LLC, with James E. Guido as manager. (May 6)

• Approved a joint request by Massachusetts Electric Company and Verizon New England, Inc. to remove

a tree guy line from Pole No. 89-84 on Beaver St. and install a stub pole 37 feet away with an anchor to support Pole No. 89-84. The utilities said they were acting on a request by Tree Warden Charles Reneau. (May 6)

• Approved a joint request by Massachusetts Electric Company and Verizon New England, Inc. to remove

a tree guy line from Pole No.114-84 on Beaver St. and install a stub pole 32 feet away with an anchor to support Pole No. 144-84. The utilities said they were acting on a request by Tree Warden Charles Reneau. (May 6)

• Granted a Common Victualler license to Ice Cream Ward LLC doing business as Bertie's Creative Creamery at 198 East Main St. (Rt. 16). A representative said the restaurant – at the site of the former Truffles – will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily and feature 43 flavors of premium homemade ice cream. (May 6)

• Town Administrator Richard Villani reported that the records management program approved at last October's Special Town Meeting is underway and scheduled to be completed within six weeks. (May 6)

• Villani reported that the sale of a 4,970 square-foot parcel of surplus town-owned land on Bowdoin Dr. – assessed at $12,800 and authorized for sale by the board on

April 8 at a minimum price of $6,000 – was sold

on April 22 to abutter Thomas Banks for $13,500.

(May 6)

• Villani reported that the sale of a ,202 square-

foot parcel of surplus town-owned land lot at the intersection of Granite St. and Railroad St. –

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assessed at $10,100 and authorized for sale by the board on April 8 at a minimum price of $5,500 – was sold

on April 22 to Milford Club, LLC. The Massachusetts Secretary of State's office lists the principals of Milford Club, LLC as Milford residents Joshua Lioce, Paul Tamagni and Christopher Morin. (May 6)

• Accepted $600 in donations for the Fourth of July parade. Montgomery Lodge gave $50, A Step in Time pre-school gave $50, and Doyle Siding Inc. gave $500. (May 6)

• Granted Milford Fire Local No. 2140 a permit to Obstruct a Public Way to hold a Muscular Dystrophy Association "toll road" from 9 a.m. to noon on September 7 at 1 Spruce St., the intersection of Main and Winter streets and the intersection of Main and Jefferson streets. (May 6)

• Allowed the Milford Youth Commission to declare miscellaneous printers, monitors, desk organizers,

a binding machine, bats, balls, gloves, board games, holiday decorations, gaming system accessories and a karaoke machine as surplus items. (May 6)

• Designated Selectman William Kingkade to remain as the town's representative to the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority's Advisory Board for another year. (May 6)

• Accepted a $2,500 gift to the Fire Department from Benjamin Moore & Co. for equipment, supplies and training. (May 6)

• Accepted a $50 gift to the Fire Department from Richard and Linda Jencks for equipment, supplies and training. (May 6)

• Waived the building permit fee for replacing the front stairs at the Milford Town Library. (May 6)

• Granted the town Veteran' Services department a permit to Obstruct a Public Way to hold the annual Memorial Day parade on May 27. The parade will assemble at

9:30 a.m. beside the International House of Pancakes restaurant on Medway Rd. (Rt. 109), step off at 10 a.m., and proceed to East Main St. (Rt. 16), along East Main St. to Calzone Park for a brief ceremony there, then up Main St. (Rt. 16) to Draper Memorial Park, where there will be a speaking program. (May 6)

• Kingkade requested that Villani check into the status

of replacing carpets in the locker rooms at the Police Department that were damaged by a sewage back-up last year. (May 6)

• Voted to designate the part-time positions of School Committee labor counsel and 40B coordinator for the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) as "special municipal employees." Former Town Counsel Gerald Moody holds both positions – estimating he works 75 hours a year for the school position and 20 hours per year for the ZBA position. In January, Moody requested the designation, which will allow him to represent other clients before other town boards. Chairman William Buckley said current Town Counsel Charles Boddy reviewed the request and notified selectmen on April 9 that he had no issues with the designation. (May 6)

• Approved a permit to Obstruct a Sidewalk for Merchandise Display for the American Legion Auxiliary to sell poppies in front of Oliva's on East Main St. (Rt. 16) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on May 23-24-25-26. (May 14)




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