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  1. PVTA Paratransit Subcommittee

    March 29, 2017, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM @ PVTA Administration Office

    RECEIVED: 3/17/17 at 3:11 pm. MEETING TIME: 11:30 am. LOCATION: 2808 Main St, Springfield. LIST OF TOPICS: Approval of Paratransit Minutes of 9/9/16. Approval of East Longmeadow, Hampden and Longmeadow pilot program. ADA compliance review findings and response. Other business.

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  2. PVTA Advisory Board

    March 29, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM @ PVTA Administration Office

    RECEIVED: 3/17/17 at 3:10 pm. MEETING TIME: 12:00 Noon. LOCATION: 2808 Main St, Springfield. LIST OF TOPICS: Public comment. Approval of minutes from Special Advisory Board meetings of 10/19/16 and 12/7/16. Review of administrator retirement and search process for hiring new administrator. Scheduling of 4/26/17 Special Advisory Board meeting to finalize an appointment or extend the process further. Report of the Finance Committee - FY18 draft budget. Report of the Paratransit Committee. Approval of East Longmeadow, Hampden and Longmeadow pilot program. 2017 standing subcommittee member appointments. Administrator's report. Manager of Planning & Operations' report. New business. Old business.

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  3. Amherst Housing Authority - Board of Commissioners

    March 29, 2017, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    RECEIVED: 3/22/17 at 11:15 am. MEETING TIME: 4:30 pm. LOCATION: 33 Kellogg Ave, 5th floor common room. LIST OF TOPICS: Adopt Agenda, Approve Electrical Change Order for the Ann Whalen Kitchen & Bathroom renovation. No other business will be conducted.

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  4. Planning Board

    March 29, 2017, 7:05 PM - 10:00 PM @ Town Room

    RECEIVED: 3/21/17 at 4:15 pm. MEETING TIME: 7:05 pm. LOCATION: Town Room, Town Hall. LIST OF TOPICS: Public Hearings - Site Plan Review & Special Permit 7:05PM SPR2017-11 & SPP2017-04 Atkins Farms & WD Cowls - 113 Cowls Rd/134 Montague Rd Jt. Pub Hrg to request SPR approval for creation of walk-up window for ice cream sales, expansion of existing concrete pad to facilitate accessibility to walk-up window, relocation of movable bike rack, add two signs on north elevation re ice cream sales & menu & request Special Permit to increase lot coverage on pre-existing non-conforming lot by 60 SF (Map 5A, Parcel 139, COM & R-N district)

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  5. Planning Board

    March 29, 2017, 7:20 PM - 10:00 PM @ Town Room, Town Hall

    RECEIVED: 3/22/17 at 8:05 am. MEETING TIME: 7:20 pm. LOCATION: Town Room, Town Hall. LIST OF TOPICS: Public Hearing - Zoning Amendment - A-14-17 Zoning-Cowls Rd & Sunderland Rd Rezoning (Petition - O'Connor et al) To see if Town will vote to amend Official Zoning Map of town's Zoning Bylaw by changing the zoning designation of the following parcels: a) 2C-16 at 28 Cowls Rd, 5A-130 at 24 Cowls Rd, 5A-44 at 30 Cowls Rd, 5A-45 at 32 Cowls Rd, and 5A-46 at 56 Cowls Rd from COM (Commercial) to RO (Outlying Residential); and b) 5A-1 on Sunderland Rd from COM to R-LD (Low-Density Residential) or to take any action related thereto

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Community (Public)

  1. Adult Improv.: Acting for Fun and Pleasure!

    March 28, 2017, 7:00 PM - April 2, 2017, 8:30 PM

    Come learn improvisation skills and drama games just for the fun of it! Learn to think on your feet, be in the moment, and trust your instincts, all the while having a great time. Taught by former professional actress and experienced teacher Becca Greene-Van Horn, the class will focus on the basics, while encouraging participants to stretch themselves into previously unknown and hilarious territory.

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  2. A Conversation about the Role of Community Electricity in Reaching 100% Renewable Energy Statewide

    March 29, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM @ Jewish Community Center

    To get to 100% renewable energy we have to change how we use and source energy. Two innovative renewable energy program directors will compare and contrast their models for Green Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). CCAs are a way of pooling the purchasing power of a community's government, residents, and businesses to buy electricity that greens the grid. The goal of both Local Power and MassEnergy is to increase communities' access to renewable resources and add to the amount of renewables in Massachusetts. They use different ways of purchasing, funding, and selecting energy resources. Fenn and Chretien will present their models briefly and ask each other questions, probing the technical and philosophical choices integral to their approaches. The audience will have opportunities to join the conversation through written questions and by taking turns sitting with the guests. Residents, business community and town energy committee members, and town officials are invited.

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