Beaver crisis to be addressed at Mar. 18 Milton Board of Health meeting

A beaver gnawing on a branch in water, awaiting the Milton Board of Health to address urgent issues at the March 18 meeting.
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Beaver crisis to be addressed at Mar. 18 Milton Board of Health meeting

The Milton Board of Health is set to convene on March 18, 2024, at 7:00 p.m. in the Baker room of the Milton Town Hall, located at 525 Canton Ave, Milton MA 02186.

The meeting will commence with routine proceedings, after which, citizens will have the opportunity to voice their concerns during the designated Citizen Speak session.

One of the key items on the agenda is the discussion and vote on an emergency permit regarding Turner’s Pond Beaver crisis.

This issue has garnered significant attention from residents, and the board’s decision will have implications for the management of local wildlife and environmental conservation efforts.

Additionally, the Board of Health will deliberate on the allocation and expenditure of funds from opioid settlements. With the opioid crisis continuing to affect communities nationwide, the responsible distribution of these resources is of paramount importance in addressing addiction and supporting recovery initiatives.

Updates on the Community Health Assessment and the Milton Coalition will also be presented during the meeting, offering insight into ongoing efforts to promote public health and well-being within the community. Furthermore, attendees can expect to receive updates on the status of grants related to Community Health and Healthy Aging funds, highlighting initiatives aimed at fostering a healthier, more inclusive environment for residents of all ages.

The Health Director will provide a comprehensive report, offering updates on various health-related matters and outlining strategies for addressing emerging challenges. Finally, the meeting will conclude with the announcement of the next scheduled meeting date and the formal adjournment of proceedings.

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