What Swampscott Boards and Committees Are Feb 7-9

What Swampscott Boards and Committees Are Feb 7-9

Important decisions that affect you and your community are made every day in Swampscott. Below is an overview of what your councils and committees are up to this week.

Remember that meeting times and agendas are subject to change, so check the city calendar for updates.

Select meetings will be broadcast on the municipal website and broadcast on local access channels: Comcast Channel 22 and Verizon Channel 41.

Historic District Commission

  • Monday, February 7 at 7:30 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes the examination of requests for work to be done on Grant, Hardy and Ellis roads.

advice on aging

  • Tuesday, February 8 at 9 a.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes COVID policies, TRIAD, collaborations with schools (including shoveling, black history and pen pals) and library, grants, medical walks.

pension committee

housing authority

  • Tuesday, February 8 at 5:30 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via gotomeeting
  • The agenda includes reports on the waitlist and completed work orders, finances and budget, and the current vacancy on the board.
The mask mandate is on the agenda for the February 8 Board of Health meeting.

Board of health

  • Tuesday, February 8, at 6 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes COVID-19 updates, the indoor mask mandate, school testing protocols and the health director’s report.

Solid Waste Advisory Committee

  • Tuesday, February 8, at 6 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes time for public comment, DPW reports, monthly data, committee projects, school-related projects, recycling of aseptic containers and presenting to the Select Board.
under the new "Multi-Family Housing Need of MBTA Communities," 175 municipalities in Massachusetts must have an area in which multi-family housing can be built "by right."

planning board

  • Tuesday, February 8, at 7 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes proposed zoning bylaw changes for possible inclusion in the 2022 Annual Municipal Meeting mandate. These include secondary suites, Vinnin Square, MBTA Communities multi-family zoning, an extension of the outdoor seating arrangement. Also on the agenda is a discussion on a short-term rental ordinance.

Open Spaces and Recreation Plan Committee

  • Tuesday, February 8, at 7 p.m.
  • Virtual meeting via Zoom
  • The agenda includes public comment, property acquisition, goals and updates from committees and departments including conservation, rail trails, planning, and more.

school committee

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