Board of License Commissioners

Tuesday, October 20, 2020, 4:00 pm
public can join remotely via Webex, link provided in agenda; Licensing Commission may be at 14 Court Square
A meeting of the Board of License Commissioners

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1) Tim Niejadlik / Veterans’ Services, Veterans’ Day Ceremony, use of Common & Court Square, November 11th 10:30am – 12:00pm

2) Amy Clarke/Keep Christ in Christmas Committee, crèche on Common, December 5, 2020 – January 2, 2021

3) Greenfield Farmers’ Market, extension of use of Court Square & Common through November 21st

4) Josh Breitner dba Cocina Lupita, vendor license for food trailer at Davis Street parking lot, Mondays – Saturdays, 11am – 8pm

5) Ada Naser dba Antique Revival and Collectibles, junk dealer license for sale of second-hand articles, sandwich board sign, & sidewalk sales at 186 Main Street

6) Nevelle Orsmond / Outdoor Ind. Realty MA, LLC, flammable storage license for 2,550gal of LP gas/propane at 627 Barton Road

7) BETE Inc., amendment of flammable storage license from 12,000gal to 16,000gal of propane at 50 Greenfield Street

8) Erik Paradee, Common Victualler license for change of ownership of Subway at 343 Federal Street

9) Verizon / Eversource, relocate one utility pole to a point on the northwest side of Wisdom Way approximately 680’ northeast of Petty Plain Road

10) Hannah Brookman dba Looky Here, ratify & confirm previous approval given by Chairman for a sidewalk sale at 28 Chapman Street, October 3rd 9am – 2pm

11) Jim Bragdon dba Country Maple Farms, ratify & confirm previous approval given by Chairman for a vendor license for a food truck in front of 204 Main Street, October 16th, 17th, & 18th, 8am – 2pm

12) Extension of time frame for on-premise liquor licenses to cover temporary outdoor seating areas, approval process, consideration of continued delegation of authority for administrative approval

This list of topics was complete as of the time of posting, however the Licensing Commissioners may consider or take action on items that were unforeseen by the Chairman at the time of posting to the extent allowed by law.

Posted to: Licensing