Zoom Logo

Advisory Committee Meeting, Thursday, September 22 - Shared screen with speaker view
Werner Lohe
18:58
comment lease werner Lohe
Harry Friedman
44:18
comment/question
Carolyn Thall
47:31
question
Mark Penzel
48:57
Question re geothermal
David Pollak
55:37
question
David Pollak
56:50
withdraw
carlos ridruejo
01:02:06
Question
David Pollak
01:11:17
comment
Linda Pehlke
01:12:42
questions
Christine Westphal
01:17:41
comment
Dennis Doughty
01:26:42
comment
Michael Sandman
01:29:43
Request to make a comment about the $200 million
Carolyn Thall
01:29:47
question
carlos ridruejo
01:31:47
comment
David Marc
01:32:48
question
Donelle Sr. O'Neal
01:34:11
PIERCE PRIDE 94
Anita Johnson
01:36:27
will the Town consider redesigning the large, right hand building, as it is clunky and ugly?
Janice Kahn
01:37:40
Janice
Carolyn Thall
01:37:41
Ill pass
Janice Kahn
01:38:22
Fine - mine is about cost.
David Marc
01:46:20
can someone put the link to this report in the chat, please?
Cliff Brown
01:48:06
comment
Harry Friedman
01:49:16
comment
Alok Somani
01:49:18
I will try to add the link
Christine Westphal
01:49:33
Quick comment
Carolyn Thall
01:50:04
Comment
Alok Somani
01:50:05
https://www.brooklinema.gov/DocumentCenter/Index/3040
Alok Somani
01:53:44
Question
Mike Toffel
02:00:16
The 2020 BFAC Report is available in the "Important Documents" left menu link at the following site. Debt is discussed on pages 22-28 (and elsewhere) of the BFAC report. https://www.brooklinema.gov/1978/Moderators-Committee---Brookline-Fiscal-
Alok Somani
02:00:43
And comment
Amy Hummel
02:05:15
Two finger
Alok Somani
02:05:33
I withdraw my question and comment
Joslin Murphy
02:11:18
This is the notice:
Joslin Murphy
02:11:25
Review and discuss revised plans (due to value engineering changes) for the Pierce School building project and possibly vote on a recommendation/s for the project
Joslin Murphy
02:11:37
comment
Linda Pehlke
02:11:58
comment
Carol Levin
02:12:49
1. The Advisory Committee supports the construction of a new Pierce School per the Schematic Design plan dated August 26, 2022, and recommends a debt exclusion to finance construction of a new Pierce School be presented to the voters
Neil Gordon
02:14:38
comment
Susan Granoff
02:14:56
Comment
Janice Kahn
02:16:27
Janice
Janice Kahn
02:16:34
comment
Ben Birnbaum
02:20:05
Comment
Neil Gordon
02:20:17
comment and proposed amended language
Pamela Lodish
02:21:11
I have a comment re the proposed statements that we are being asked to vote on.
Michael Sandman
02:22:25
s a Select Board member, I would like the AC's recommendation whether to go forward based on the budget developed for this schematic, factoring in what you're heard this evening from the project team.”
Susan Granoff
02:23:59
I agree with Mike.
David Marc
02:25:53
I agree with Pam.
Alok Somani
02:26:04
Me too
Linda Pehlke
02:26:15
I agree with Pam too
Katherine Florio
02:26:25
Chiming in with support for Pam
Alok Somani
02:26:33
Comment
David Pollak
02:28:16
question
David Marc
02:28:55
question on #1
David Pollak
02:29:04
withdrawn
Carol Levin
02:31:17
1. The Advisory Committee supports the construction of a new Pierce School per the Schematic Design plan dated August 26, 2022, and recommends to the Select Board that a debt exclusion to finance construction of a new Pierce School be presented to the1. The Advisory Committee supports the construction of a new Pierce School per the Schematic Design plan dated August 26, 2022, and recommends to the Select Board that a debt exclusion to finance construction of a new Pierce School be presented to the voters.
Carol Levin
02:31:49
The Advisory Committee recommends to the Select Board that a debt exclusion to finance construction of a new Pierce School be presented to the voters along with information about upcoming capital projects, operating overrides and debt service levels.
Katherine Florio
02:33:49
Yes
Lisa Portscher
02:38:48
Carol recommend voting next week on 3
Helen Charlupski
02:39:14
Thank you for your support of the Pierce School
Dennis Doughty
02:50:03
question
Harry Bohrs
02:51:26
comment
David Marc
02:52:19
question
Ben Birnbaum
02:52:20
Question
Linda Pehlke
02:57:02
question
Katherine Florio
03:02:26
You can find the Subcommittee's report here:https://www.brooklinema.gov/DocumentCenter/Index/3040
Harry Bohrs
03:03:48
answer
Joslin Murphy
03:04:45
Comment
Carol Levin
03:04:56
using mailing addresses
John Doggett
03:05:45
Question
Katherine Florio
03:08:10
The link to the town's current policy is on page three of the report and here: https://www.brooklinema.gov/DocumentCenter/View/677/PILOT-Policy-Revised-2011
Alok Somani
03:13:00
Question
Katherine Florio
03:13:34
I missed the last part of Joslin's comment - the piece about what she objects to.
Dennis Doughty
03:14:04
Joslin echoed Linda's concerns.
Janice Kahn
03:17:20
question/comment
Joslin Murphy
03:17:30
Apologies! Poor connection. I support WA 36, with the amendments suggested by Harry B and David Marc. I do not support WA 14 because it feels very much like a "wall of shame" - which IMO is both unnecessary and impolitic.
Neil Gordon
03:18:41
response to Alok's question
Carlos Ridruejo
03:20:05
Question
Joslin Murphy
03:23:54
Justin!
Mike Toffel
03:29:27
The Auto Museum's PILOT agreement has it paying in FY2017 "15% of the annual building commercial tax subject to an inflation factor" of "the average growth in property tax levy of 3.5% per year."
Carolyn Thall
03:32:06
My connection is unstable but I vote Yes. In case I get kicked off.
Joslin Murphy
03:35:19
Yes on 36
Carolyn Thall
03:35:25
Yes
Harry Friedman
03:38:05
comment
Neil Gordon
03:38:06
comment
Dennis Doughty
03:43:05
question
Amy Hummel
03:45:05
Comment
Regina Frawley
04:41:31
If any of the AC has or has had any role in this case they should not be in the room