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With certain exceptions, all meetings of a public body must be open to the public. A meeting is generally defined as “a deliberation by a public body with respect to any matter within the body's jurisdiction.” A deliberation is a communication between or among members of a public body.
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Appointed by the Town Manager
3 year term
No; however, each member may opt to receive a $75.00 quarterly stipend.
Monthly, unless otherwise posted.
Once it has been posted to Shrewsbury Media Connection, the link is then added to the Town of Shrewsbury’s website at the following link: https://videoplayer.telvue.com/player/iE0p5N2b-Se5BhxS-3KDrHfUWzLHfku2
Anyone. All are welcome.
Anyone who has been placed on the Meeting Agenda; otherwise, it is the purview of the Chairman to allow comment or not.
A public hearing is open to the public but is regarding a specific proposal/project. Example: Receive feedback and comments from all interested parties for the consideration of adopting or revising a regulation.
They receive input and data from multiple sources to include but not limited to:
The Richard D. Carney Municipal Building, 100 Maple Avenue, Shrewsbury, MA 01545 – Attn: Board of Health