Lexington, Massachusetts
Lexington, Massachusetts
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Selectmen Meeting Packets

Draft Organic Waste Processing Facility RFP available for public comment until October 24, 2013. Draft reflects comments from various boards & committees on first draft of RFP.
Background information
was presented in June, 2013 at a meeting recorded by LexMedia.

33 Marrett Road (Scottish Rite) signed Purchase & Sale Agreement; plan shows restricted Portion of Parcel.

     9/10/12 - Tourism Stakeholders Questions

Busa Farm Draft RFP for leasing Town-owned land for agricultural use is available for comment until Sept. 21, 2012; send comments to: selectmen@lexingtonma.gov

Busa Property Presentations

Selectmen Office Hours

Agenda

Meeting Schedule

Approved Minutes

Committees

Committee Reports
  Fiscal Policy Task Force 
  Report accepted 11/2/09
  Appendix D (pp. 24-30)

Town Reports

Licensing/Permits

Alcoholic Beverage Licensing 

Battle Green Flag
Battle Green Master Plan
Use of Battle Green

Garage/Yard Sale Permit

Frequently Asked Questions

Town Meeting Warrants 

Procedures, Policies and Regulations

 

Selectmen's Office

Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday

General Information Line:  781-698-4580
                                                           or
                                                    781- 862-0500 and then use extension 84580.

FAX:  781-863-9468

 

Board of Selectmen Deborah N. Mauger, Chairman selectmen@lexingtonma.gov
  Peter C.J. Kelley    
  Norman P. Cohen    
  Joseph N. Pato    
  Michelle Ciccolo    
Town Counsel

William L. Lahey, Anderson & Kreiger

   
Executive Clerk Lynne A. Pease lpease@lexingtonma.gov

Assistant to the Executive Clerk

Diana Chabot

dchabot@lexingtonma.gov

 

 


Draft Organic Waste Processing Facility RFP
The Board of Selectmen is posting this Request for Proposal (RFP) for a green waste processing facility, or anaerobic digester, for community comment.

  • The Board, in its efforts to address the challenges of renewable energy for our community, is considering several options, including installation of solar arrays, as a possibility for Lexington.
     
  • At this time, the Board has made the decision to not move forward with this proposal and do not plan at this time to move forward with this draft beyond obtaining public comment.

More information about this proposal.

 

 

 

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