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Boards/Committees

  1. Town Meeting Coordinating Committee

    January 30, 2018, 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM @ Bangs Center, Glass Room

    RECEIVED: 1/26/18 at 11:49 am. MEETING TIME: 3:30 pm. LOCATION: Bangs Center, Glass Room. LIST OF TOPICS: Public Comment, Review of Minutes, Status of Post Cards to Town Meeting Members With Terms Ending, Forum for Town Meeting Candidates, Bring Attention to Committees to Join, TMCC Subcommittee Activities, Planning of TMVV Events Leading to Town Meeting, Website and Technical Information, Items Not Anticipated 48 Hours Prior to Meeting, Meeting Schedule.

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  2. CDBG Advisory Committee

    January 30, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Town Room

    RECEIVED: 1/26/18 at 10:04 am. MEETING TIME: 7:00 pm. LOCATION: Town Room, Town Hall. LIST OF TOPICS: Announcements. Review and approve minutes. Review and prioritize 2018 proposals. Develop funding recommendations to Town Manager. Review and finalize 2018 Community Development Strategy. Schedule of application process: Feb. 5th review by Town Manager at Select Board meeting; Feb 8th Public Hearing to receive comments on final recommendations for funding; March 2nd Application due to DHCD. Other topics not anticipated within 48 hours.

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Community (Public)

  1. Secrecy, Surveillance, and National Security: A Conversation on Government Accountability

    January 30, 2018, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Jones Library

    The thin line between effective national security and the preservation of civil liberties and democratic rule of law in the U.S. is an ongoing debate that underpins American societal values and ignites the discussion on the place for secrecy in a government accountable to the people. In 2018, as the Trump administration doubles down on its national security strategy, how do we ensure the rights of all Americans are protected? What models do other nations offer that strike the balance between security and privacy? To understand the Trump administration's approach to secrecy in matters of national security, join us as constitutional law expert Sudha Setty unpacks this complex issue and discusses her new book, National Security Secrecy: Comparative Effects on Democracy and the Rule of Law. RSVP: leif.maynard@gmail.com

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