Mark your calendar: October 2nd – Milton Warrant Committee gears up for Town’s future
The Milton Warrant Committee is set to convene on Monday, October 2, 2023, at 7:00 p.m. in the Carol Blute Conference Room at the Milton Town Hall located at 525 Canton Ave., Milton, MA. In an effort to promote accessibility, the meeting will also be accessible via Zoom and phone for those unable to attend in person.
The meeting link for the Zoom session is https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81068828864?pwd=RVlkaHk1ZXU1a1llZ1VvbGhYQURRdz09, and attendees can dial in at 1-929-205-6099 using the meeting ID 810 6882 8864 and passcode 364726.
The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
- Call to Order
- FY2025 Budget Update
- Discussion and Vote on Special Town Meeting Article with Regard to Reserve Fund Transfer Request: DPW Woodchipper Replacement
- Discussion of Special Town Meeting, December 4, 2023 Warrant Articles:
- Zoning Bylaw Amendment for Compliance with M.G.L. c. 40A, Section 3A Multi-family Zoning As-of-right in MBTA Communities
- Transfer of Land to the Conservation Commission
- Amend FY2024 Budget
- Bylaw to Require Recording and Posting of Meetings of Elected Public Bodies
- Zoning Bylaw Amendment for Requiring Mixed Use in the Milton/Central Station Subdistrict
- Local Historic District Bylaw (Milton Village)
- Citizens Petition to transfer Map C, Block 34A, Lot 4 (Pope’s Pond) to the Conservation Commission
- Other Potential Articles
This meeting presents a crucial opportunity for Milton residents to engage with their local government and stay informed about important decisions that will impact the community’s future. Of particular note is the discussion and vote on the DPW Woodchipper Replacement, which will have direct implications for the town’s infrastructure and maintenance capabilities.
Furthermore, the upcoming Special Town Meeting in December 2023 will address a range of topics, including zoning bylaw amendments, budget amendments, and conservation efforts. These discussions will shape the town’s policies and priorities for the coming years.
Residents are encouraged to participate either in person or virtually to voice their opinions, ask questions, and stay engaged in the governance of their town. The Milton Warrant Committee values community input and encourages all interested parties to attend and contribute to these important discussions.
For more information or inquiries, please contact the Milton Warrant Committee.