1. Liberty League Commissioner Tracy King recently announced the 483 fall sport student-athletes who have qualified for the league's All-Academic Teams in their respective sports — including a total of 34 student-athletes from Rochester Institute of Technology.
Emily Knaul, a sophomore on the women's cross country team, is among the honorees. Knaul, from Sudbury, is in RIT's chemical engineering program.
The Liberty League's fall championship sports include men's and women's cross country, field hockey, football, men's and women's soccer and volleyball. To be recognized as a member of the All-Academic team, a student-athlete must be a sophomore or higher in class standing with a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.20.
2. The Sudbury Board of Selectmen will be hosting the first Town Forum on Thursday, January 23 at 7:00 pm in Town Hall. It will be televised live with questions and comments welcomed from those in attendance and from those at home via email. Residents can email questions in advance at any time up until 5:00 pm on the day of the meeting. If they are watching from home, they may also email questions during the Forum which will be delivered to the moderator. The email address is: email@example.com. Please be sure to put “Town Forum” and the name of the topic you wish to address on the subject line of your email.
The Forum will address the FY14 Goals voted by the Board of Selectmen in the Fall. Each goal will be presented by one of the Selectmen to be followed by lots of questions and comments from the live audience and from viewers at home (via email). A copy of the goals can be found here or you can paste http://sudbury.ma.us/documents/download.asp?id=9287 into your web browser.
The order of presentation will be:
- Police Station
- Capital Funding Plan
- Sewer Project
- Bruce Freeman Rail Trail
- Melone Property
- Town Counsel Selection
- Fairbank Center Project
- Minuteman High School Regional Agreement
- Mass Central Line Rail Trail
- Health Trust Fund and OPEB (retiree healthcare liability)
- CSX Property
- Davis Field Plans
- Lincoln Sudbury Playing Fields Inter-Municipal Agreement
- For a Certificate of Appropriateness for the construction a new Police Station, 77 Hudson Road, (Assessor’s Map G08, Parcel 0008), applicant Permanent Building Committee, Case #14-1.
- For a Certificate of Appropriateness for enclosure of ground-level HVAC restaurant equipment at 29 Hudson Road, (Assessor’s Map H09, Parcel 0002), applicant Chris Vozikis, Case #14-2.
- For a Certificate of Appropriateness for construction of a one-story addition on the rear of an existing house for a new kitchen and family room, an extension of existing garage and construction of new mudroom, and construction of a new patio at grade at rear of addition at 64 Robert Best Road, (Assessor’s Map J05, Parcel 0360), applicants Susan and Marc Ohler, Case #14-3.
- For a Certificate of Appropriateness for Alteration of existing business signs by changing the business name and the addition of two awing signs along the façade facing Route 20, 365 Boston Post Road, (Assessor’s Map K08, Parcel 0026), applicant Fast Signs, Case #14-4.
The applications are on file in the Office of Planning and Community Development and may be reviewed during regular business hours. Any person interested, or wishing to be heard on the proposed applications, should appear at the time and place designated.
4. In case you missed it: Sudbury Angels Annual Book Drive.
Thursday: Cold again. Upper teens.
Friday: Cloudy & cold with patchy light snow/flurries. Highs in the low 20s.