By Meredith McCulloch

 With interesting highlights gleaned from posted agendas, there’s something going on every evening this week.


The Selectmen candidates will meet at 6:45 pm at Town Hall. The first order of business will be to swear in the Selectmen who prevailed in Saturday’s election, and a new chair and clerk will be chosen. Supporters of petitioners’ article #18 on the Town Meeting warrant, Renu Bostwick and Brown Pulliam, will make a presentation about combatting climate change. Regional Housing Consultant Elizabeth Rust will present the final housing study.  Selectmen’s assignments for Annual Town Meeting presentations will be reviewed.


The Library Trustees will meet Tuesday night at 7:00 pm in the Library Meeting Room. Their new business includes the HVAC study and a review of relevant Town Meeting articles.  Also on Tuesday the Planning Board will review the site plan for 18 North Road and will discuss non-Planning Board articles coming up at Annual Town Meeting including the Petitioner’s article concerning global warming.

The School Committee will review field trips including the recent BHS science trip to the Galapagos led by Sarah Leshay and Michael Griffin.


The Conservation Commission will hold a hearing on for a notice of intent on 7 Norma Road


Youth and Family Services will meet at 7 pm in the Mudge Conference Room at Town Center. Their agenda includes the FY20 budget and the YFS bylaw review.

The Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, March 14 in the first-floor conference room at Town Hall. The business meeting will include an informal discussion on signage for Bedford Woods, plans for the Village at Bedford Woods, and an upcoming proposal for 330 South Road.

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