Selectmen to Discuss Possible Special Town Meeting and Election at Tuesday Meeting

Tuesday's meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. inside the lower level of Town Hall.

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The Sudbury Board of Selectmen holds a Tuesday meeting, during which they will discuss a variety of items beginning at 7:30 p.m. inside Lower Town Hall.

After initial reports and remarks, the meeting will continue with a public hearing during which Ali Bigdeliazari, manager of Bistro 20, will request to transfer his all alcoholic beverages license to Sudbobcon president Robert Conrad.

Next on the agenda is a discussion requested by Facilities Director Jim Kelly. Board members will speak about hosting a Special Town Election, possibly on September 9, in addition to a Special Town Meeting in the near future.

Selectmen will also vote to authorize the chairman to execute the Massachusetts School Building Authority Initial Compliance Certification regarding the town's application for MSBA funding in town for roof, window and door replacements.

Later in the evening, Sudbury Celebrates 375/Sudbury Day Committee co-chairman Hal Cutler will provide an update on the group's progress.

After several scheduled votes on the agenda, board members will close out the meeting by voting whether to operate the Town Manager to execute a $12,000 contract for engineering work, and to determine if the town should approve a contract to install a $26,784 surveillance system at the Flynn Building and a $21,947 system at Goodnow Library.

Click here to read the agenda for Tuesday night's meeting in its entirety.


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