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Mendon Selectmen Approve Appointments and Open Warrant

During a short 30-minute meeting, the Mendon Board of Selectmen checked

off a number of items on the agenda on August 6, including approving several appointments, opening the fall town meeting warrant, and setting dates for upcoming meetings.

First up, the Board approved the appointment of Town Clerk Ellen Agro as the Ethics Liaison for an indefinite term.

Immediately following, the Board also approved the appointments of Marlys Jarstfer and Sue Rousseau to the Cultural Council for terms to expire in 2021 and 2022, respectively. Jarstfer stated to the Selectmen that she'd been involved in cultural activities since she was a child and since retiring wants to give back to Mendon. Roussseau said she has some ideas for new events that she'd like to bring to town in the future.

The Board also appointed Tom Merolli as an alternate member to the Zoning Board of Appeals. Selectman Chris Burke questioned if Merolli had enough time to give to the ZBA given all his other commitments, including Chairing the Economic Development Committee and serving on the Historical Commission. "Absolutely," Merolli. replied.

Selectman Chair Chris Burke was also selected to be the liaison to the Capital Planning Committee.

Additionally, Selectmen opened the warrant for the fall Special Town Meeting, which is scheduled to take place on November 20 at Miscoe Hill School.

And finally, with summer coming to an end soon, the Selectmen will be getting back to their regular meeting schedule beginning in September. Future Board of Selectmen meetings are scheduled for September 9, September 30, and October 15. Meetings are held in the Town Hall and typically begin at 6:30 p.m. Dates and times are subject to changes. For the most up to date meeting schedule view

At the beginning of the meeting, the Selectmen congratulated Fred Kelley for being chosen as Mendon's Senior Citizen of the Year. Kelley has three decades of community service. He will be honored on September 15 with a luncheon at the Unitarian Church that is sponsored by the Mendon Lion's Club.


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