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April 2016 Council Meeting


Old Colony Planning Council

Agenda for Meeting No. 526
Old Colony Planning Council
70 School Street, Brockton, MA 02301

  1. Call to Order, 7:00 PM
    Mr. Lee Hartmann, President
  2. Roll Call of Members
    Mr. Frank Staffier, Secretary
  3. Minutes of March 30, 2016 Meeting
    Mr. Frank Staffier, Secretary
  4. Financial Report for March 2016
    Mr. Fred Gilmetti, Treasurer
  5. Staff Report
    Mr. Pat Ciaramella, Executive Director
  6. Regional Clearinghouse Reviews
    Industrial Revenue Bonds: None
    Environmental Notifications: See Attachments
  7. Presentation: Brockton Downtown Strategic Plan. Rob May, Brockton City Planner.
  8. Old Business
    A. Update on Municipal Aggregation for the Old Colony Region. Eric Arbeene, Community Planner.
  9. New Business
    1. Review and consideration of the CEDS Advisory Committee recommendations pertaining to the 2016 CEDS Annual Report. Bruce Hughes, Economic Development/Community Planner.
    2. Review and consideration of Old Colony Planning Council Resolution Number 220 Adopting a Revised Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2015-2016. Pat Ciaramella, Executive Director.
    3. Report of the nominating Committee for OCPC Officers for the year 2016-2017. Nominating Committee (Chair, Mr. John G. Mather; Mr. Robert G. Moran, Jr.; and Mr. Eldon Moreira).
    4. Election of Officers for the year 2016-2017.
    5. Report and Update on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts State Board of Retirement regarding reimbursements for the unfunded portion of pensions paid to OCPC present and future retirees. Pat Ciaramella, Executive Director.
  10. Community Concerns
  11. Other Business
  12. Visitors Comments/Questions
  13. Adjournment

Environmental Notifications

i. Plymouth - EEA #13580-Redbrook Development (formerly River Run)/Solar Project
The proposed project change consists of the clearing an additional four acres of land as part of the 31 acre 5.554 MW solar project within the Redbrook Development. The solar project will consist of arrays of ground mounted modules and associated structures, infrastructure, and access roads. The arrays will be surrounded by 7-foot high fencing. The proposed change would result in an increase in the acres of altered land within the entire project from 381 acres to 385 acres, but will not result in additional traffic, water or wastewater usage. Comment period ends April 26, 2016.

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