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  1. Franklin Hampshire Workforce Board - Youth Career Connections Council

    January 23, 2019, 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Amherst Regional High School

    RECEIVED: 1/22/19 at 8:20 am. LIST OF TOPICS: Introductions. 11/14/18 minutes. Announcements/youth events. FHWB Director updates: plan alignment, esp. 3-yr Connecting activities regional blueprint; WIOA youth monitoring guidance tool. WIOA youth services policy change - explanation and recommendation. Youth Workforce program updates: WIOA; YouthWorks IT track; summer jobs and beyond; school-to-career / connecting activities; paid STEM internship program. Host spotlight: career development education programs & Mass Rehab pre-employment transition services. School to Career (STC) update: building a culture of youth mentorship in the workplace, spotlight. Other business.

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  2. Governance, Organization, and Legislation Committee of the Town Council

    January 23, 2019, 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Meeting Room #101

    RECEIVED: 1/16/19 at 8:14 am. REVISED: 1/23/19 at 8:36 am. LIST OF TOPICS: Discussion of Energy and Climate Resilience Charge. Discussion of Resident Advisory Committee Charge. Adoption of Jan. 14, 2019 minutes. Next Meeting Date & Time. Public Comment. Items Not Anticipated by the Chair 48 Hours in Advance.

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  3. Fort River School Building Committee

    January 23, 2019, 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Amherst Police Department – Community Room

    RECEIVED: 1/18/19 at 1:39 pm. LIST OF TOPICS: Call to Order. Approve minutes of previous meeting. Review Minute taking. Public Comment. Review Project Progress: TSKP to present updates to costs; Overall review; HVAC systems; Net Zero/PV efficiency/Carbon Impact; Site Scope. Budget: Review budget update. Status of Survey and Geotech: Survey; Geotech work; Discuss a potential geothermal conductivity test; Discuss a potential test pit. Public Outreach. Committee Membership. Invoices. Adjourn.

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  4. Transportation Advisory Committee

    January 23, 2019, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM @ First Floor Meeting Room

    RECEIVED: 1/18/19 at 10:14 am. LIST OF TOPICS: 1) Announcements, a) Approving minutes; 2) Discuss/Review, a) Shared Mobility Device Bylaw, b) Project list, c) TAC comments on PVPC Bike/Ped Plan; 3) General Discussion, a) Things not anticipated 48 prior to meeting; 4) Next meetings, a) February 13th, 27th.

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  5. Conservation Commission

    January 23, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Town Room

    RECEIVED: 1/17/19 at 11:59 am. LIST OF TOPICS: Chair, Director, Wetland Admin Reports; Minutes: 11-14-18; Informal Discussion – Mickey Marcus for farm road off Teawaddle Lane and Landfill Solar project; Request for Determination – Amherst Water Department for construction of a generator pad within buffer zone to resource areas off Southeast St; Notice of Intent (cont’d) – Charles Kovacic/Direct Energy Solar for solar installation at 191 West Pomeroy Lane; Notice of Intent (cont’d) – Niels LaCour/UMASS Campus Planning for Operation & Maintenance Plan for twenty-four parcels owned by UMASS; Certificate of Compliance – 102 Linden Ridge Rd; Topics not reasonably anticipated 48 hours prior to the meeting.

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  1. The Lost Forests of New England Film Screening

    January 23, 2019, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Hitchcock Center for the Environment

    What were New England’s woodlands like prior to 1600? What do the small old-growth remnants look like today and what special values, if any, do they hold? Lost Forests of New England addresses these and other questions in an effort to bring clarity to a subject that is often lost in the mists of time. Producer Ray Asselin, a naturalist and filmmaker from Wilbraham, Massachusetts, narrates the video. Followed by a panel with filmmaker Ray Asselin, joined by Bob Leverett and Bill Moomaw Wednesday, January 23, 7-9pm Registration and donations appreciated:

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