By Meredith McCulloch
First, the Capital Expenditure Committee will meet at 6:30 to plan for their upcoming ranking of capital requests from town departments.
The Selectmen will meet at 7:30. The first item on their agenda is a hearing on the property tax classification for 2019, which is the foundation for setting the new tax rate.
Next, the Selectmen along with the DPW and Transportation Advisory Committee will review planning for Town-Wide Traffic/Bike/Pedestrian Access.
The Selectmen plan to set the Town Caucus date for Tuesday, January 8, at 7:00 pm with January 9 reserved for a snow date. A caucus nomination is one way that potential candidates for town offices may be nominated. Finally, the Town Manager will discuss potential Electric Vehicle Charging Stations.
The public is invited to meet Sarah Stanton, Bedford’s new Town Manager
On Sunday afternoon, November 18 at 2:00 pm, the Bedford League of Women Voters (LWV) is hosting an open house for residents to “meet and greet” Bedford’s new Town Manager Sarah Stanton. The event will be in the meeting room at the Bedford Free Public Library on Mudge Way.
Some Town Hall Hours Change
To kick off a change in hours, residents and businesses are invited to attend a Town Hall Open House on Monday, December 3, 2018, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. It is an opportunity to meet department heads and get a behind the scenes look at town operations.
Stating December 3 there will be new office hours at Town Hall for departments listed below. They will remain open on Mondays until 7 pm and close at 1 pm on Fridays; on other days office hours will continue to be 8 am to 4 pm.
The offices with the new hours are
- Town Manager’s Office
- Finance/Tax Collectors Office
- Assessing Department
- Code Enforcement Department
- Planning Department
- Town Clerk
- Police and Fire Department administrative offices.