Lynnfield Center Water District Warrant
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Special District Meeting
To Richard M. Lamusta a legal voter resident within the Lynnfield Center Water District in the town of Lynnfield, Massachusetts.
In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are hereby required to warn legal voters in said District to meet in at the Lynnfield Middle School Auditorium located at 505 Main Street in said Town on Monday, February 25, 2019, at 7:00 P.M., then and there to act on the following Articles for Fiscal Year 2019:
ARTICLE 1: (As proposed by ratepayer Richard P. Dalton) to see if the majority of eligible voters present shall select a qualified candidate for the vacant seat on the Board of Commissioners. If no candidates have filed so as to qualify for consideration at the Special Meeting, an election for all vacancies on the Commission shall be held at the Annual Meeting or take any other action relative thereto.
ARTICLE 2: (As proposed by ratepayer Richard P. Dalton) to see if the voters will direct the Lynnfield Center Water District Board of Commissioners to begin the process for recruiting a new Superintendent for the position currently vacant no sooner than the 2019 Annual Meeting. To maintain adequate operational capacity, the Board of Commissioners may exercise its discretion in filling the Superintendent’s position on a temporary basis until such time as the Superintendent’s position is filled on a permanent basis through the recruitment process or take any other action relative thereto.
ARTICLE 3: (As proposed by ratepayer Robert B. Almy) to see if the voters of the District will recommend to the Commissioners a modification of the existing filter rebate program for District-served residences to increase the potential maximum rebate amount to $2,000 (for equipment and installation
combined), to authorize the District Commissioners to expend a total of up to $80,000 for such rebates, and to authorize the Commissioners to appropriate a sum of money from any available source to fund such expenditure. Such rebates should be granted based on consideration of factors including service location, documented occurrence of “brown water,” and the utility of the residential water supply in light of high iron and manganese levels. Such rebates should be made on a reimbursement basis and may be granted for any installation made since January 2015 that would otherwise qualify based on consistent application of the factors above. If such installation requires a valid plumbing permit, a copy of the permit should be partofthe application for reimbursement or take any other action relative thereto.
And you are directed to serve this Warrant by posting attested copies thereof in two or more Public Places within said district seven days at least before the time and place of the meeting aforesaid.
Hereof, fail not and make due return of the Warrant with your doings thereon to the Board of Water Commissioners of said District at the time and place of said Meeting.
Given,under our hands this 11th day of February 2019.