What are the Educational Requirements for Pot Shops?
The next Town of Sheffield Select Board meeting will be taking place this Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 7:00 P.M. This is a virtual meeting; to participate: Dial In: 605-313-5968; access code: 697308#
The following agenda items are for review and possible action
(1) Approval of Meeting Minutes
(2) Discussion Regarding Meeting with Regional School District Planning Board
(3) Discussion/Possible Action Regarding Department of Conservation and Recreation Grant
(4) Discussion/Possible Action Regarding SNE Building System's Service Agreement Proposal
(5) Action Regarding Application for Firefighter
(6) Discussion/Possible Action Regarding USDA Grant for EMS Vehicle
(7) Discussion/Possible Action Regarding Submission of Financial Statements and Educational Requirements for Marijuana Establishments
(8) Discussion Regarding the Cover of the Town Report for 2020
(9) Update on Textile Box to Transfer Station, Mattress Box and Compactor Repair
(10) COVID-19 Update
(11) Board Items
(12) Town Administrator Items
(13) Public Comments (3 minute time limit - ONLY items within the Board's jurisdiction)
**All agendas are subject to change***
**Items requiring extensive discussion or prior research should be placed on a future agenda so that the issue can receive appropriate attention. To have an item placed on the agenda, we ask that requests be made to the Selectmen’s office no later than the Wednesday prior to the meeting.
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Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 30A § 20G. Regulation of participation by public in open meetings.
No person shall address a meeting of a public body without permission of the chair, and all persons shall, at the request of the chair, be silent. No person shall disrupt the proceedings of a meeting of a public body. If, after clear warning from the chair, a person continues to disrupt the proceedings, the chair may order the person to withdraw from the meeting and if the person does not withdraw, the chair may authorize a constable or other officer to remove the person from the meeting