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THE LYNNFIELD ADVOCATE
– Friday, April 21, 2017
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department’s current and fu-
ture technology needs.
–To develop a “social media
policy that will drive the com-
munication of this commu-
nity, to create a vibrant web-
page that our residents [will]
look to for information.” Mo-
ments later at the meeting the
town adopted a social media
policy and will be implement-
inganewFacebookpage in the
coming days.
–To“take all necessary stems
to increase the bond rating to
AAA.”Again, moments later the
board adoptedmeasures to try
to increase the town’s bond
rating. Board members also
pledged “to focus on transpar-
ency and accountability with
our finances and independent-
ly review when necessary our
town documents.”
–“To implement policies and
procedures that will ensure
strong financial condition,”
which includes “standardized
budgetingproposalsby thede-
partment heads.”
–To develop a plan for Oth-
er Post-Employment Benefits
funds (OPEB).
–To ensure quarterly updates
from department heads.
–“Strengthening the forecast
for our financial study.”
In terms of capital facilities,
Barrett remarked that the town
has a “great group” (Capital Fa-
cilities Advisory Committee,
led by chair Ted Caswell): “We
want to do everything we can
to maintain the town’s pub-
lic buildings in a manner that
strengthens our capacity to
produce quality service.”
The board also pledged its
commitment to working on its
“10-year strategic plan”inorder
to“better forecast our finances,”
according to Barrett.
Goals also included the fol-
lowing:
–Possible relocation of DPW.
–Improve fields and parks.
–Sidewalks and streets – Bar-
rett acknowledged the public’s
zeal for this particular item, as
shownthroughtheresultsof the
MasterPlanpublicsurvey issued
at the beginning of the year.
–Possible public safety com-
plex.
–Clubhouse at King Rail, al-
though one that fits within the
town budget. Previous esti-
mates listed the cost at around
$3 million, which selectmen
have previously dismissed as
exorbitant.
–Work on a per formance
evaluation system.
–Work on the Master Plan.
–Lastly, “making sure town
government is thebest it canbe.”
There also remained the “ac-
tion item list.”Barrett explained
the list as a working document
that will be set in place to en-
sure that “nothing gets forgot-
ten.”So far, the list includes the
following:
–Announcing town adminis-
trator, department head goals
(whichwill be accomplished in
the coming weeks)
–Consolidating the working
budget document
–10-year capital expendi-
ture use
–Improvements to the MU-
NIS account
–Community Compact
–Relocating the DPW
–Developing a new town
webpage, social media
–Issuinga summaryof streets
impacted by flooding
–Taking action on Capital
Facilities Advisory Committee
agenda items
– And finally, developing a
“Market Street Advisory Com-
mittee,” which Barrett de-
scribed as a “working group”
that includes communitymem-
bers as well as private citizens.
At a selectmen’s meeting ear-
lier this month residents com-
plained that the proposed
group would likely only have
one private citizen. The an-
nouncement at this meeting
to “get a good number of resi-
dents”to ensure“proper repre-
sentation” is the latest change.
“It’s more than just a list,” said
DickDalton, noting that the“ac-
tion item list”will have a“target
completion date,” name of the
personassigned to the task, and
remaining actions to be taken.
“It’s a good way of keeping
track of things so they don’t get
forgotten,”Crawford chimed in.
“It goes hand in hand with our
working objectives.”
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