Residents can listen to and take part in Planning Board, School Committee, Open Space & Recreation Committee and Elementary School Building Committee meetings this week.
Monday, July 19, 7 p.m.: Planning Board
The board will hear from the town planner then move on to projects, including requests for family suite special permits on Debra Drive and Boisvert Rd., followed by a presentation by Bruce Panilaitis on the Tewksbury Home Build at 1660 Main St. Residents can attend in person at Town Hall or watch the meeting on Tewksbury TV’s YouTube channel or Channel 99 (Comcast) or 33 (Verizon). Those wishing to call in with comments can find instructions here.
No discussion is scheduled around the controversial Hanover 100 Ames Pond 40B project.
Wednesday, July 21, 6 p.m.: School Committee
The Committee will go into executive session at 6 p.m. and reconvene at 6:30 p.m. Residents can attend the meeting in person at TMHS room LGI-1, and it will be televised and recorded on Comcast Channel 22 and Verizon Channel 34 or Tewksbury TV on YouTube.
The committee will recognize school nurse Elaine Walsh and enjoy a presentation by Tewksbury Police and School Resource Officer Eric Hanley on the department’s therapy dog, followed by a citizens forum. Speakers are asked to restrict comments to items on the agenda and observe a three-minute time limit (10 minutes for a spokesperson representing a group). Reports from committee members include updates on the Elementary School Building Committee, Tewksbury SEPAC and Wellness Advisory Committee. Find the full agenda here.
Thursday, July 22, 6 p.m.:
Open Space and Recreation Plan Committee, Town Hall, first-floor meeting room. Discussions include pollinator gardens and the results of a meeting with the North St. and Trahan Reuse Committee. Find the agenda here.
Elementary School Building Committee, Town Hall, first-floor small conference room. The committee will review progress on construction of Tewksbury’s new elementary school, including discussions of the design and technology destined for the Field House, the name of the new school and outreach to abutters and adjoining neighborhoods about landscaping. The committee will also approve more than $5 million in invoices for work thus far. See the full lineup here.
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