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HomeMy WebLinkAboutOpen Session Packet 03 04 2014TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM BOARD OF SELECTMEN Memorial Building 150 Concord Street Framingham, MA 01702 March 4, 2014 Memorial Building Ablondi Meeting Room Open Session 7:00 p.m. Dennis L. Giombetti, Chair Laurie Lee, Vice Chair Michael J. Bower, Clerk Charles J. Sisitsky Jason A. Smith Open Session Public Participation 1. Town Manager's Report 2. Public Hearings a. Consideration of Innholder's License Renewal — Best Western, 130 Worcester Road b. Consideration of All Alcohol Restaurant, Common Victualer, Entertainment & Sunday Entertainment Licenses - Pledge of All Alcohol Restaurant License — Deluxe Depot Diner LLC, dba Deluxe Diner Depot, 417 Waverly Street 3. Joint Meeting with Legislators 4. Joint Meeting with the Board of Health - Rental Property Inspection Regulations 5. Presentation of GIC Communication and Transition Plan 6. Presentation by DPW on Automated Solid Waste 7. FY2015 CDBG Budget Recommendations 8. Keefe Tech Roof Discussion 9. Approval of Meeting Minutes: 02/18/2014 Open Session Selectmen Reports License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508-532-5402 FAX: 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp License Administrator Innholder's License — Consideration of extending license to April 8, 2014 Best Western 130 Worcester Road Hearing Date: March 4, 2014 1. License. 2. Request to extend license — John Kilgallen. 3. Fire Department recommendation. 4. American Hotel Register Company 2/25/14 letter. 5. Fire Department — 12/5/13 Order Of Notice. LICO20082 — Innholder's License 1 1 1 HEREBY GRANTS AN Im 11 1 1 1 611111 • To: BEST WESTERN- MANAGER, JOHN KILGALLEN- EMERGENCY 508- 655 -6709 At: 130 WORCESTER RD FRAMINGHAM, MA in said Town. Until April 8, 2014 and at that place only. This license is granted and accepted upon the express condition that the licensee, shall, in all respects, conduct the licensed premises properly and shall conform to all requirements of law. It is subject to secion 22 to 32 inclusive of Chapter 140, and sections 25 to 27 inclusive of Chapter 272 of the General Laws. THIS LICENSE IS NOT TRANSFERABLE UNTIL APPROVED BY THE FRAMINGHAM BOARD OF SELECTMEN EXTRACTS FROM THE GENERAL LAWS, CHAPTER 140. SECTION 7. An innholder, who upon request, refuses to receive and make suitable provision for a stranger or traveler, and also for his horses and cattle, when he may under the provisions of this chapter be legally required to do so, shall be punished by a fine of not more than fifty dollars. SECTION 9. If, in the opinion of the licensing authorities, a licensee as an innholder or a common victualer ceases to be engaged in the business he is licensed to pursue, or fails to maintain upon his premises the implements and facilities required by this chapter, they shall immediatedely revoke his license. If a licensee at any time conducts his licensed business in an improper manner, the licensing authorities, after notice to the licensee and reasonable opportunity for a hearing, may upon satisfactory proof thereof suspend or revoke his license. A common victualer who violates section eight shall forfeit his license. A licensee who is convicted a second time of the violation of any of the provisions of sections six to eighteen, inclusive, shall forfeit his license. SECTION 18. Every innholder and common victualler shall at all times have a board or sign affixed to his house, shop, cellar or store, or in a conspicuous place near the same, with his name legibly inscribed thereon, in large letters and the business for which he is licensesd inscribed thereon, and upon neglect thereof shall forfeit twenty dollars. SECTION 20. Whoever assumes to be an innholder or common victualer without being licensed as such under this chapter shall forfeit one hundred dollars. SECTION 21. Whoever is convicted a third time of a violation of any provision of the preceding sections, except those contained in sections seven and eight, shall, in addition to the penalties before provided, be punished by imprisonment for not more than three months. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the undersigned have hereunto affixed their official signatures, Issued March 4, 2014 Dennis L. Giombetti Laurie Lee Michael J. Bower FEE: $75.00 Jason A. Smith Charles J. Sisitsky Selectmen Of Framingham FRA: LICO20082 From: Best Western Framingham [ mailto:bwframingham(d)aol.com ] Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 11:52 AM To: Maryellen Rupp Cc: mmccarthy(&multimgmt.org mack25C&belisouth.net Joseph C. Hicks Subject: Board of Selectmen I spoke to Deputy Chief Hicks. I informed him that we are in the process of replacing and removing all of the tub chairs and desk chairs. We should have this completed by weeks end. However, the expected delivery 2/12/14 of the sofas has been delayed to 3/28/14. I am requested an extension untitl 4 /8/14. I understand that even if there is a further delay these sofas will be removed by 4/8/14. Joe has requested a note from the company, American Hotel Register, answering to him about the delivery. I had mentioned to Joe that after all of the expense and all of the aggravation something good has come out of this and that is I am now a smoke free hotel. Thank you for your patience. I will attend the meeting on March 4. Sincerely, John M Kilgallen Director of Operations Best Western Framingham 508- 872 -8811 i From: Joseph C. Hicks Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2014 3:09 PM To: Maryellen Rupp . Subject: Message from supplier Board of Selectmen, I spoke with John Kilgalen at Best Western this morning and it appears they will not be in full compliance with the order of notice by the deadline of 3/15/14. However, the pending delivery and the fact that the hotel made the temporary "no- smoking" policy permanent means that this hotel is already a safer place. I spoke with the supplier and he assured me the order has been processed and delivery is scheduled on 3/28/14. He admitted there was potential for the delivery to be off by a few days - early or late. In short, w do n ot object to the Board allowing a few more weeks to fully comply with the order. I've attached the letter from the Regional Manger if the American Hotel Register. Any questions let me know. Deputy Chief Joseph C. Hicks Framingham Fire Marshal jch@framinghamma.gov O (508) 532 5943 C (508) 889 1192 0. Best regards, Joshua Marquis Territory Manager - - - - - - - - - - '.9�GAQA13f 2 ;. Gary T. Daugherty Chief December 5, 2013 The Sixth Trust R Harrison McCarthy, Trustee, & Michael McCarthy, Trustee 100 California Avenue — Suite 103 Framingham, MA 01701 Re: Best Western, 130 Worcester Road, Framingham, MA Furniture 10 Loring Drive TEL: (508)532 -5930 FAX: (508) 620 -4946 Upon inspections by Assistant Fire Marshal Randy Smith on 3/13/2013, 4/3/2013, 8/22/2013 and 9/24/2013, and a follow -up inspection by me and Fire Protection Engineer Dana Haagensen on 12/3/2013, noncompliant regulated seating was found in use at the subject property. Violation Regulated seating in use that is noncompliant with testing and labeling requirements of the State Comprehensive Fire Safety Code, 527 CMR: 29.03(1) to (3). Order On or before December 31, 2013, remove all regulated seating that has not passed testing and been labeled to comply with State of California, Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Technical Bulletin 117, referenced in 527 CMR:29.03(5) to (6). On or before March 15, 2014, remove all regulated seating that does not comply with 527 CMR:29.00. So ordered and directed, Joseph C. Hicks Deputy Chief /Fire Marshal Delivered by first class mail & Town of Framingham, .Massachusetts 01702 Received in hand Print Name ) t % 'n C. C-0 F, ;- . 1 . Date N ��PPORAlEO � Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX: 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp License Administrator New All Alcohol Restaurant License - Common Victualer's License Entertainment License — Sunday Entertainment License Deluxe Depot Diner LLC dba: Deluxe Deport Diner 417 Waverly Street Manager: Donald Levy Assistant Manager: Jamie Kaye Treasurer, DPW — Approved Health, Building, Fire — Pending Final Inspections Police — Approved Pending Police Department Alcohol Server ID (Manager & Assistant Manager) Hearing Date: March 4, 2014 1. Licenses 2. License Applications. 3. ABCC Form 43. 4. ABCC Application. 5. Summary of Transaction. 6. Manager & Assistant Manager Applications. 7. Certificate of Organization — Deluxe Depot Diner LLC & HPDC LLC. 8. Vote of Corporate Board. 9. Acquisition & Rehab Loan - Historic Properties Development Company 10. Legal Notice. 11. Floor Plan. LIQ140010 —All Alcohol Restaurant LIC140011 -Common Victualer LIC 140012 —Entertainment LIC 140013 —Sunday Entertainment COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM HEREBY GRANTS AN All Alcohol License - Restaurant TO SELL ALL ALCOHOL BEVERAGES CONTAINING NOT LESS THAN 112 OF 1 PERCENT ALCOHOL TO BE DRUNK ON THE PREMISES To: DELUXE DEPOT DINER - LI0140010 At: 417 WAVERLY ST Manager: DONALD LEVY In said Town on the premises described as follows: Assistant Manager: JAMIE KAYE TWO STORYBUILDING ON WAVERLYSTREET. ORIGINAL RAIL ROAD DEPOT. APPROXIMATELY 9,598 SQ. FT. FIRST FLOOR DINING ROOM, LUNCH COUNTER, BAR AND KITCHEN SECOND FLOOR MEZZANINEDININGROOMAND BAR. MAINENTRANCE /EXIT ONEAST SIDE OFBUILDNG. THREEEMERGENCYEXITSONWAVERLYSTREET SIDE. ONE EMERGENCYEXITAT BACK OFUILDING. BASEMENT FOR STORAGE. THE HOURS FOR THE MONDAYTHRUSA THIS LICENSE IS SUBJECT TO' AT - There shall be no disorder, indecency, prostitution, lewdness, or illegal gaming on any premises connected therewith by an interior communication. No alcoholic beverages shall be sold to be taken from the premises, No licensee shall keep for sale or sell alcoholic beverages in any part of the premi; license. The Board of Selectmen takes seriously the responsibility of granting liquor licenses The Town of Framingham Alcohol Server identification cards shall be required registered prior to assuming the duties as Manager or Assistant Manager, THIS LICENSE SHALL BE DISPLAYED ON THE PR CONSPICUOUS POSITION WHERE IT CAN EASILY BE In case of fire notify Board at once. HOLIC BEVERAGES - MIDNIGHT, SUNDAE: EXPIRE; DECEI LICENSE ARE; 2014 CONDITIONS, AND�TO REGULATIONS, GENERAL OR SPECIAL, BY THE LICENSINI AUTHORITIES mises or The licensed premises shall bes446et to inspection by the police -of the Town of Framingham. This license.. subject to susp'ensi' revocation, or forfeiture for breach of any of its conditions, or zegulatrons.ofw6ich the licens�e notice, or any law of the Commonwealth. by this licensees and employees To adbsteto .tbeTowmofiFramrnghamPolicy on Alcohol Licenses, rs that are employed iu the direct sale' and service of alco The Manager and Assistant Manager shall be lV A IN TESTIMONY WHIi;ItEOF, the undersigned have hereunto affixed their D READ Official signatures Issued March 4, 2014 Dennis L. Giombetti If you close your premises for any cause, Laurie Lee notify Board at once. FRA: LIQ140010 Michael J. Bower Jason A. Smith Charles J. Sisitsky . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . Selectmen of Framingham ABC: Commonwealth of Massachusetts THE 1 • ' '1 OF OF 1 OF iiil IIEREBY GRANTS To: DELUXE DEPOT DINER Licensee: DELUXE DEPOT DINER LLC At: 417 WAVERLY ST Hours: MONDAY THRU SUNDAY 6:00 AM TO MIDNIGHT FRAMINGHAM, MA in said Town. Until December 31, 2014 and at that place only. This license is granted and accepted upon the express condition that the person or persons above licensed, shall, in all respects, fulfill, and conform to all requirements of the laws relating to licensing of Common Victualers; and it may be suspended or revoked for any violation of such. THIS LICENSE IS SECTION 8. A common victualer who, ;j shall be punished by a fine of not more ahan SECTION 9. If, in the opmton of the lice in the business he is licensed to pursue, or f, they shall immediatedely revoke his license. licensing authorities, after notice to the licer suspend or revoke his license. A common v a second time of the violation of any of the 1 SECTION 20. Whoever assumes to be at forfeit one hundred dollars. SECTION 21. Whoever is convicted a th in sections seven and eight, shall, in additiot months. RANSFERABLE UNTIL 3AM BOARD OF SELEI THE GENERAL LAWS, est, on any day but Sunday, refu ars. horities, a licensee as an innholc intain upon his premises the imp ,see at any time conducts his lice easonable opporhunty for a heat ✓ho violates section eight shall fc of sections six to eighteen,.incl r or common victualer withoutl if a violation of any.provistoii of nalties before provided, be puni ED BY THE R 140. - food to a stranger or traveler n victualer ceases to be engaged ;ilities required by this chapter, in an improper manner, the satisfactory proof thereof e. A licensee who is convicted feit his license. as such under this chapter shall sections, except those contained onment for not more than three IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the undersigned have hereunto affixed their official signatures, Issued March 4, 2014 Dennis L. Giombetti Laurie Lee Michael J. Bower Jason A. Smith Charles J. Sisitsky Selectmen Of Framingham FEE: $75.00 FRA: LIC140011 Laurie Lee Michael J. Bower Charles J. Sisitsky Fee: $50.00 Jason A. Smith Selectmen Of Framingham FRA: LIC140012 State Fee S _$ 100.00 THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS`- _ -.. Municipal Fee$ $75.00 THE TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM EXPIRES DECEMBER 31, 2014 LICENSE for Pubhc Entertainment on Sunday DELUXE DEPOT DINER LLC is hereby granted a license for LIVE MUSIC to be conducted at No. T 4I7 WAVERLY S ' The name of the establishment is DELUXE DEPOT DINER and the entertainment approved rt on theunderstandin that such entertainment will not commence before 1 P.M. and that the licensee shall coin 1 This license is granted and accepted, pP , ` g P Y with the laws of the Commonwealth applicable to licensed entertammetS,.anii alsorto the following terms and conditions The licensee shall not advertise his place of amusement, or any petformang of exhibition therein, by means of of an obscene or indecent nature; shall not, in his place of amusement, allow any person to wear a head couenng:whtcb ob'struucts the view of other spectators, shah at ail times allow any person designated in writing by the Mayor, Board of Selectmen, or Commissioner of PubR Safety, to nter acid Ins ect his place of amusement and view the exhibttigns and performances therein; shall permit regular police officers, detailed by the Commissioner of Pubhc Safety or Ghlef`ot flee local Police Department to enter'and be aboutrhs place of amusement during performances therein; shall employ to preserve order in his place of amusement only r lice officers designated therefor, by the Chief of Police, and shall pay to said Chief of Police for the services of the regular police officers such amount as shall befiaEed'by him; shall permit at alltuues to ' , ; enter and b "'about his place of amusement such members of the Fire Department as shall be detailed by the Chief Engineer of the Fire , Department to guard against fire,sha7ikeep in good cottditign, so as to be easily accessible, such standpipes, hose, water pails, axes, chemical extinguishers and other apparatuspas e Chie£ Engineer o£theFiret)epartment may regpire; shall allow such members of the fire department, in case of any fire in such place, to exercise exclusive controland duection of his employees and -'of the means acid apparatus provided for extinguishing fire therein; shall permit no obstruction of any nature in any aisle, passageway or stairway of qie li censed premises, Gtr allow -an therein to remain in any aisle, passageway or stairway of the licensed premises, nor allow any person therein to remain in any aisle; passageway or stairway dprmgan entertainment, and shall conform to any other rules and regulations at any time made by the Mayor or Board of Selectmen. This license shall be kept on the premises where the entertainment is tole held,` and shall be surrendered 'to any regal '- lice-officer or authorized representative of the Commissioner of Public Safety. This license is issued under the provisions of Chapter 136 of the General Laws, `s' amended, and is subject to revocation at any:tune by the Mayor, Board of Selectmen, or Commissioner of Public Safety, ' The fallowing numbers shown on THIS LICENSE IS NOT TRANSFERABLE UNTIL APPROVED BY THE Do not write in this space program submitted are not approved. FRAMINGHAM BOARD OF SELECTMEN Selectmen of Framingham LIC140013 THIS LICENSE MUST BE POSTED IN A CONSPICUOUS PLACE ON THE PREMISES lilt Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office o 150 Concord Street -Memorial Building -Room 121 -Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508-532-5402 FAX 508-532-5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator n2r@framin_qhammaqov Framingham Rules And Reg B evera g es lulations Goveming Alcoholic Beverag - Attached APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE C A p plication Fee ( or Transfer Application) $500. Type of Liquor Application: Fee ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (POURING) $3,000. Existing Common Victualer's License MALT AND WINE LICENSE (POURING) ❑ $1,750. Yes ❑ License # No❑ ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (RETAIL) F $2,100. MALT AND INE LICENSE (RETAIL) AND ❑ 1 $1,300. DATE: New Application Renewal Other Specify Name of Applicant: - t) C, W ,A 1-�) Home Address: 52- IAIX)i\ fZ&c'A W a c, zet 72, Home Phone #: 2 FAX E-Mail Social Security or Federal ID#: C T 9 1 �S Business Name: L DBA: Business Address: 6 - Business Phone #: Stt M FAX E-Mail Name & Location of Proposed Establishment: Lm y "i Days and Hours of Operation: ` Manager: C) _ DOAA-0 Lev,,l I Assistant Manager m . 'Ja4F pk&W Property Owner: Ft \5)r X e- , i oc Copy of Floor Plan Copy of Site Plan V' Maximum Seating # Maximum Occupancy h� Town of Framingham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses: Section 1, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. Manager and Assistant Manager are Alcohol Server Trained / Yes No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department — Yes No All Employees must be Alcohol Server Trained & Registered with the Framingham Police Department prior to serving alcohol. NO BUSINESS MAY OPERATE WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE ON THE PREMISES 1, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owed have been paid: The applicant agrTs to orra tom Statues, By- Laws and to the satisfaction of the Board of Selectmen. Applicant's Signature Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 - Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508- 532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(a )framinghamma.gov APPLICATION FOR COMMON VICTUALER LICENSE Application Fee - $50.00 - L ? License Fee - $75.00 Common Victualer License Only ❑ Common Victualer with Liquor License New Application Transfer /From of Applicant: U o `,, Date Other c� i o cI L LB` Naive Telephone 4 5 to FAX ' E -Mail ckoc, e AA kyt orvi5 i Social Security #: r Federal ID Business Name: Business Address: Telephone FAX . 3 L E -Mail Town of Framingham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. All Employees are Alcohol Server Trained es _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No W\\\ v s- -( I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under e penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and tines owned have been paid: 7� �i. Applicant's Signature BOARD OF HEALTH Memorial Building, Rm. 221 J Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Rm. 203 Date TREASURER Memorial Building, Rm. 111 FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive bate POLICE DEPARTMENT ' r 1 William Welch Way Date DPW 100 Western Avenue Date o� Town of Framingham -� Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Tel 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(Wraminghamma,gov APPLICATION FOR EXHIBITION, SHOW OR AMUSEMENT LICENSE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT i s ; Application Fee - $15.00 Licensing Fee - $10.00 Per Day ($50.00 Maximum Per Year) Yearly License- $50.00 Yearly License Seasonal One -day Please submit 2 weeks prior to event Date Name of Applicant /Organization D ,A D \ n e r, Q L�-Q Address of Applicant 1 Social Security #: ,Telephone Ce 1'7 7 9 6 -- , ,S_65 AX_ E -Mail Location of Event c' l� ' �al t.: \/ `3 � V Q C2 (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Public Show Live Entertaininent r Date of events Hours of event(s) r-Nq Approximate number of people expected (Over 500 people —Applicant must submit parking plan) - (Nevins Hall Maximum Occupancy with Alcohol 533) Food Permits - Contact Board of Health for requirements 508- 532 -5470 Fire Details - Permits - Contact Fire Department for required permits 508 -532 -5930 Tents - Wiring - Signage - Contact Building Department for required permits 508 -532 -5500 Police Details- Signage/Lighting Restrictions — Contact Police Department - Safety Officer, Licensing Officer & Detail Officer - 508- 872 -1212 Workers Compensation Affidavit & Information Page from the Workers Comp. Policy must be submitted before license is issued. The event(s) shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the MGL Chapter 140, Section 183A and all amendments thereof, the By -Laws of Framingham and the terms and conditions imposed by the Board of Selectmen. ' Signature of Applicant Approved: 1 t POLICE DEPARTMENT f ; j t BOARD OF HEALTH Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive S: \Marye\Appli cations& Licenses \ExhibitionShowAm use mtAppli.doc or Federal ID #: — / R 1 — c 5' 1 o� Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building —Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr oWaminghamma.gov APPLICATION FOR SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE Town of Framingham - Application Fee $15.00 — Licensing Fee: $75.00 L i t Commonwealth of Massachusetts — Regular Sunday Hours 1:00 PM — Midnight $50.00 - Special Sunday Hours 12:00 PM —1:00 PM $100.00 Name of Applicant O c - LID Le Date: it 4 z c ) ? Business Name ! DBA B I 7 Address (`Z- `7 <16— C Telephone FAX EMail Type of Entertaimnent (Public Show /Live Entertainment/Band) - (Floor Plan/Site Plan inust be submitted with application) Type of Machine Number of Machine Owner of Machine Business Address Brief statement of agreement between applicant and owner for compensation or any other consideration to applicant for use of premises for the machine, Police Date i Build' g Date / S: \Maiye\Applications& Licenses \SundayEntertainmentApp.doc Revised 10/11/12 The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street Boston, ALL 02114 wwwa assov/abcc FORM 43 MUST BE SIGNED BY LOCAL LICENSING AUTHORITY Framingham ABCC License Number City /Town TRANSACTION TYPE (Please check all relevant transactions ® New License ® New Officer /Director ® Pledge of License ® Transfer of License ® Change of Location ® Pledge of Stock ® Change of Manager ® Alteration of Licensed Premises ® Transfer of Stock ® Cordials /Liqueurs Permit ® Issuance of Stock ® New Stockholder ® For Reconsideration 03/04/2014 Local Approval Date ® Change Corporate Name ® Seasonal to Annual ® Change of License Type ® Other ® 6 -Day to 7 -Day License ❑ Management /Operating Agreement ® Wine & Malt to All Alcohol Name of Licensee Deluxe Depot Diner LLC EIN of Licensee 46- 121 -9815 D /B /A Deluxe Depot Diner Manager Donald Levy ADDRESS: 417 Waverly Street CITY/TOWN: Framingham STATE E ZIP CODE 01701 Annual All Alcohol Restaurant Annual or Seasonal Category: (All Alcohol- wine & Malt wine, Type: (Restaurant, Club, Package Malt & Cordials) Store, General On Premises, Etc.) Complete Description of Licensed Premises: Two story building on Waverly Street. Original Rail Road Depot. Approximately 9,598 sq. ft. First floor main dining room, lunch counter, bar and kitchen. Second floor mezzanine dining room and bar. Main entrance /exit on East side of building. Three emergency exits on Waverly Stret side. One emergency exit at back of building. Basement for storage. Application Filed: Feb 3, 2014 Advertised: 2/21/14 - Metrowest Daily News Abutters Notified: Yes 0 No Date & Time Date & Attach Publication Licensee Contact Person for Transaction Donald Levy Phone: 617 - 780 -6560 ADDRESS: 627 Mount Auburn Street CITY/TOWN: Watertown STATE MA ZIP CODE 02472 Remarks The Local Licensing Authorities By: Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission Ralph Sacramone Executive Director ABCC Remarks: APPLICATION FOR RETAIL ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSE City/Town Framingham 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: A. Legal Name /Entity of Ap p I ica nt: (corporation, LLC or Individual) Deluxe Depot Diner LLC B. Business Name (if different) : Deluxe Depot Diner C. Manager of Record: Donald Levy D. ABCC License Number (for existing licenses only) E.Address of Licensed Premises 417 Waverly Street = City /Town: Framingham State: MA Zip: 01702 F. Business Phone: F G. Cell Phone: 617 780 6560 H. Email: office @deluxedinerbramds.com I. Website: DeluxeDepotDiner.com J.Mailing address (If different from E.): 30 Chase Street City /Town: Newton Centre State: MA Zip: 02459 2. TRANSACTION: ❑X New License ❑ New Officer /Director ❑ Transfer of Stock ❑ Issuance of Stock ❑ Pledge of Stock ❑ Transfer of License ❑ New Stockholder ❑ Management /Operating Agreement Pledge of License The following transactions must be processed as new licenses: ❑ Seasonal to Annual ❑ (6) Day to (7) -Day License ❑ Wine & Malt to All Alcohol IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (1): The applicant must attach a vote of the entity authorizing all requested transactions, including the appointment of a Manager of Record or principal representative. 3. TYPE OF LICENSE: ❑X §12 Restaurant ❑ §12 Hotel ❑ §12 Club ❑ §12 Veterans Club ❑ §12 General On- Premises ❑ §12 Tavern (No Sundays) ❑ § 15 Package Store 4. LICENSE CATEGORY: ❑X All Alcoholic Beverages ❑ Wine & Malt Beverages Only ❑ Wine or Malt Only ❑ Wine & Malt Beverages with Cordials /Liqueurs Permit 5. LICENSE CLASS: ❑X Annual ❑ Seasonal 6. CONTACT PERSON CONCERNING THIS APPLICATION (ATTORNEY IF APPLICABLE) NAME: Donald Levy ADDRESS: 627 Mount Auburn Street CITY /TOWN: Watertown STATE: MA ZIP CODE: 02472 CONTACT PHONE NUMBER: F617 780 6560 FAX NUMBER: 617 612 8268 EMAIL: o 7. DESCRIPTION OF PREMISES: Please provide a complete description of the premises to be licensed. Please note that this must be identical to the description on the Form 43. Two story building on Waverly Street. Original Rail Road Depot. Main dining room, lunch counter, bar, kitchen on first floor. Second floor mezzanine dining room, bar area. Main entrance /exit on East side of building. Three emergency exits on Waverly Street side. One emergency exit at back of building. Basement for storage. Total Square Footage: 9,598.10 Number of Entrances: 1 Number of Exits: 6 Occupancy Number: 260 Seating Capacity: 220 IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (2): The applicant must attach a floor plan with dimensions and square footage for each floor & room. 8. OCCUPANCY OF PREMISES: By what right does the applicant have possession and /or legal occupancy of the premises? Own IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (3): The applicant must submit a copy of the final lease or documents evidencing a legal right to occupy the premises. Other: Purchase & Sales Landlord is a(n): LLC Other: I I � Name: Historic Properties Development Company LLC Phone: 617 780 6560 Address: 30 Chase Street City /Town: Newton Centre State: MA Zip: 02459 Initial Lease Term: Beginning Date 01/01/2014 Ending Date 12/31/2023 Renewal Term: Rent: $99,996.00 Per Year Options /Extensions at: Years Each Rent: E$8,333.00 Per Month Do the terms of the lease or other arrangement require payments to the Landlord based on a percentage of the alcohol sales? Yes ® No ❑X IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS(4): 1. If yes, the Landlord is deemed a person or entity with a financial or beneficial interest in this license. Each individual with an ownership interest with the Landlord must be disclosed in §10 and must submit a completed Personal Information Form attached to this application. 2. Entity formation documents for the Landlord entity must accompany the application to confirm the individuals disclosed. 3. If the principals of the applicant corporation or LLC have created a separate corporation or LLC to hold the real estate, the applicant must still provide a lease between the two entities. 9. LICENSE STRUCTURE: The Applicant is a(n): LLC If the applicant is a Corporation or LLC, complete the following: State of Incorporation /Organization: MA Is the Corporation publicly traded? Yes F No 0 Other: Date of Incorporation /Organization: 11/06/2013 10. INTERESTS IN THIS LICENSE: List all individuals involved in the entity (e.g. corporate stockholders, directors, officers and LLC members and managers) and any person or entity with a direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license (e.g. landlord with a percentage rent based on alcohol sales). IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (5): A. All individuals or entities listed below are required to complete a Personal Information Form, B. All shareholders, LLC members or other individuals with any ownership in this license must complete a LORI Release Form, Name All Titles and Positions Specific # of Stock or % Owned Other Beneficial Interest Donald Levy LLC Manager 25% Victoria L. Danberg LLC Manager 25% Daryl Levy LLC Member 25% John Ficarelli LLC Member 25% *If additional space is needed, please use last page. 11. EXISTING INTEREST IN OTHER LICENSES: Does any individual listed in §10 have any direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in any other license to sell alcoholic beverages? Yes 0 No ® If yes, list said interest below: Name License Type Licensee Name & Address Donald Levy §12 Restaurant Handmade Brands Inc., 627 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472 Donald Levy §12 Restaurant Deluxe Depot Diner LLC, 70 Union Street, Newton, MA 02459 Daryl Levy §12 Restaurant Handmade Brands Inc. 627 Mount Auburn Street, Watertown, MA 02472 Daryl Levy §12 Restaurant Deluxe Depot Diner LLC, 70 Union Street, Newton, MA 02459 Please Select Please Select Please Select *If additional space is needed, please use last page. 12. PREVIOUSLY HELD INTERESTS IN OTHER LICENSES: Has any individual listed in §10 who has a direct or indirect beneficial interest in this license ever held a direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in a license to sell alcoholic beverages, which is not presently held? Yes ❑X No ❑ If yes, list said interest below: Name Licensee Name & Address Date Reason Terminated Donald Levy Blue Diner, Inc. 215 South Street, Boston, MA 01/01/1986 Transferred Donald Levy Goods & Plenty, Inc. dba The Loading Zone, 178 Kneeland Street, 01/01/1990 Transferred Boston, MA Please Select 13. DISCLOSURE OF LICENSE DISIPLINARY ACTION: Have any of the disclosed licenses to sell alcoholic beverages listed in §11 and /or §12 ever been suspended, revoked or cancelled? Yes ® No ❑X If yes, list said interest below: Date I License I Reason of Suspension, Revocation or Cancellation 14. CITIZENSHIP AND RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR A ( §15) PACKAGE STORE LICENSE ONLY: A.) For Individual(s): 1. Are you a U.S. Citizen? Yes ® No ❑ 2. Are you a Massachusetts Residents? Yes ❑ No ❑ B.) For Corporation(s) and LLC(s) : 1. Are all Directors /LLC Managers U.S. Citizens? Yes ® No 2. Are a majority of Directors /LLC Managers Massachusetts Residents? Yes ® No 3. Is the License Manager or Principal Representative a U.S. Citizen? C.) Shareholder(s), Member(s), Director(s) and Officer(s): ❑ 1.. Are all Shareholders, Members, Directors, LLC Managers and Officers involved at least twenty -one (21) years old? Yes No 15. CITIZENSHIP AND RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS FOR ( §12) RESTAURANT, HOTEL, CLUB, GENERAL ON PREMISE, TAVERN, VETERANS CLUB LICENSE ONLY: A.) For Individual(s): 1. Are you a U.S. Citizen? B.) For Corporation(s) and LLC(s) : Yes ❑ No 1. Are a majority of Directors /LLC Managers NOT U.S. Citizen(s)? Yes ❑ No ❑X 2. Is the License Manager or Principal Representative a U.S. Citizen? Yes QX No C.) Shareholder(s), Member(s), Director(s) and Officer(s): Yes 0 No 1.. Are all Shareholders, Members, Directors, LLC Managers and Officers involved at least twenty -one (21) years old? 116. COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH LICENSE TRANSACTION: A. Purchase Price for Real Property: $588,000.00 B. Purchase Price for Business Assets: C. Costs of Renovations /Construction: 1 $936,848.00 D. Initial Start -Up Costs: E. Purchase Price for Inventory: F. Other: (Specify) G: TOTAL COST H.TOTALCASH I. TOTAL AMOUNT FINANCED $164,000.00 $35,000.00 $159,152.00 $1,883,000.00 $370,000.00 $1,513,000.00 The amounts listed in subsections (H) and (1) must total the amount reflected in (G). 17. PROVIDE A DETAILED EXPLANATION OF THE FORM(S) AND SOURCE(S) OF FUNDING FOR THE COSTS IDENTIFIED ABOVE (INCLUDE LOANS, MORTGAGES, LINES OF CREDIT, NOTES, PERSONAL FUNDS, GIFTS): East Cambridge Savings Bank/SBA $1,513,000.25 years @4.75 %.....$300,000. member equity...... $70,000. member short term loan *If additional space is needed, please use last page. 18. LIST EACH LENDER AND LOAN AMOUNT(S)FROM WHICH "TOTAL AMOUNT FINANCED "NOTED IN SUB - SECTIONS 16(I) WILL DERIVE: A Name Dollar Amount Type of Financing East Cambridge Bank $890,000.00 mortgage 25 years @ 4.75% SBA 504 loan $623,000.00 mortgage 25 years @ 4.75% additional space is needed, please use last page. B. Does any individual or entity listed in §19 as a source of financing have a direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license or any other license(s) granted under Chapter 138? Yes ❑ No If yes, please describe: 19. PLEDGE: (i.e. COLLATERAL FOR A LOAN) A.) Is the applicant seeking approval to pledge the license? ❑X Yes ❑ No 1. If yes, to whom: East Cambridge Savings Bank & SBA 504 2. Amount of Loan: $1,513,000. 3. Interest Rate: 4.75% 4. Length of Note: 25 years S. Terms of Loan : monthly pay/ 25 year term B.) If a corporation, is the applicant seeking approval to pledge any of the corporate stock? ❑ Yes X❑ No 1. If yes, to whom: 2. Number of Shares: C. ) Is the applicant pledging the inventory? 0 Yes ❑ No If yes, to whom: East Cambridge Savings Bank/ SBA.... includes all business assets IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (7): If you are applying for a pledge, submit the pledge agreement, the promissory note and a vote of the Corporation /LLC approving the pledge. 20. CONSTRUCTION OF PREMISES: Are the premises being remodeled, redecorated or constructed in any way?-If YES, please provide a description of the work being performed on the premises: ❑X Yes ❑ No Remodel as per plans as a full service Restaurant & Bar to be known as Deluxe Depot Diner/Framingham .... work includes exterior roof and gutters, parking areas, doors and window repairing etc. interior includes 2 bar areas, lunch counter complete backe and show kitchen, tables /chairs /booths for dining, painting and decorating, service area, remodel public bathrooms, up date electrical, new HVAC, fire protection, all plumbing etc. 21. ANTICIPATED OPENING DATE: Early winter 2014 r r W, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission — 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 www. massgov /abcc r PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: A. Legal Name of Licensee C. Address F q u w 2 bz 3 - - Jt E. City /Town FrC"M• �&V" F. Phone Number of Premise I B. Business Name (dba) jC� �X �t C� ® D i >k r D. ABCC License Number (If existing licensee) State r l Zip Code F o a G. EIN of License 2. PERSONAL INFORMATION: A. Individual Name I T) 0 NA LD Lev B. Home Phone Number 1 6 1 z 37-,�: / 6 52- C. Address l 52 4 t 0 S iCit(' Rol D. City/Town State Zip Code 6zq ;7 E. Social Security Number �. F. Date of Birth 7 G. Place of Employment Lt C 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? Yes ❑ No [ If yes, as part of the application process, the individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charges occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions. 4. FINANCIAL INTEREST: Provide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license. X11 w �nu� �n� ?a ire QeloX e 17 ep o ' L W IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (8): For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months of bank statements for the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page 1 hereby swear under the pains and penalties of perjury that the information I have provided in this application is true and accurate: , , Signature Title f `,� tuA (If Corporatio Date N a v 4 2-0 Repres _ 4 STEVEN GROSSNIAN WEASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL Commonwealth of M itsetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 CORI REQUEST FORM KIMS GAINSBORO, ESQ. CHAIRMAN he Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record iformation. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check , ill be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. ,BCC NUMBER: LICENSEE NAME: jJ 'jam ( I' 1 F I i_ EXISTING LICENSEE) \ I..C_ , 1 l_) r ' l t OwN ( .l�M1' Y i/�� III AST NAME: �/' FIRST NAME: DON � ( I l MIDDLE NAME: I � 1AIDEN NAME OR ALIAS (IF APPLICABLE): PLACE OF BIRTH: ATE OF BIRTH: a7 y I SSN: I ID THEFT INDEX PIN (IF APPLICABLE): IOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME: C DRIVER'S LICENSE #: S ;� % J 7 STATE LIC. ISSUED: n^ ENDER: (�� HEIGHT: ' WEIGHT: EE EYE COLOR: r roc ' "_.,.. JRRENTADDRESS: b r l \ A -s;Se. TY /TOWN: I W LC STATE: ZIP: o 2-q 7 2- )RMER ADDRESS: TY/TOWN: I Y JC CX7YAl V1 (L STATE: 1 V! ZIP: O (l f '!NT AND TINTED NAME: I DC) �) A I,() q I APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: I �� T f f �� A9 ` (/�C�t_,� On this VP f I ��1, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared ) ozia 1, e. L ° L )me of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of identification, which were MA be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached document, and acknowledged to me that (he) (she) signed it voluntarily for stated purpose. LISA OERGUSON Notary Public 71 1`1t /Commonwealth of Massachusetts ON USE ONLY October 13, 201' TED BY: [ [ SIGNATUREOFCORI•AM "1ZEDEMP O f denlify Theft Index PIN Number is to be completed by those applirnts that have peen issued an Identity The her by the DCIL Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to include this In to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request forms that Include this field are :o be submitted to the DUI via mail orby lax to 1617) 660.4614. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission - 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 www.mass�govlabcc PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: A. Legal Name of Licensee L r e a �n<x, � C. Address E. City /Tow F. Phone Ni B. business Name (dba) s D. ABCC License Number (If existing licensee) State ® Zip Code G. EIN of License 12. PERSONAL INFORMATION: A. Individual Name ° E ,� B. Home Phone Number e C. Address D. City/Town AJ C- 04 State Zip Code E. Social Security Number F. Date of Birth? G. Place of Employment 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? Yes © No If yes, as part of the application process, the Individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charges occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions. 4. FINANCIAL INTEREST: Provide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license. fF� (n°, IlVlrVr%axov i A I I tKLInivir I Jo}: ror all casn coninouuons, attacn last (s) monins or oanK statements Tor the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page ! hereby swear unde he pains and pe " /ties of perjury that the information I have provided in this application is true and accurate: - A X) Signature Date Title �� (If/Corporation/1-LC Representative) M I STEVEN GROSSMAN TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 CORI REQUEST FORM which were The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record Information. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check will be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. ABCC LICENSE INFORMATION ABCC NUMBER: LICENSEE NAME: }{ d ( CITY/ TOWN: r + � m ( t (IF EXISTING LICENSEE) PRINTED NAME: (Ib ` r APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: On this ZOI-4 before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared (name of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of ide to be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached docum its stated purpose. DIVISION USE ONLY REQUESTED BY: SIGNATURE OFCORI AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE The DUI Identify Theft Index PIN Number is to be completed by those applicants that have been Issued an Identity Theft PIN Number by the DOI. Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to Include this Information to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request forms that include this field are required to be submitted to the DCII via mail or by fax to (617) 660 -4614, g ged to me that KIM S. GAINSBORO, ESQ. CHAIRMAN he) signed it voluntarily DAVI Notary P D M. SPILLANE )b The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 wwfu mass gov/abcc PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. LICENSEE INFORMATION:. °-- B. Business Name (dba) A. Legal Name of Licensee � ` � � . D. ABC C License Number C. Address (if existing licensee) E. City/Town , A f V IN State ) Zip Code 7& ^� F. Phone Number of Premise G. EIN of License ° PERSONAL INFORMATION: IA. Individual Name I C. Address D. City/Town B. Home Phone Number 6 ° -/ E. Social Security Number F. Date of Birth d G. Place of Employment q ; � �._ . i; a C I L 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? Yes ® No If yes, as part of the application process, the individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charees occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions. 4. FINANCIAL INTEREST: Provide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license. IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (8), For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months of bank statements for the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page 1 hereby swear under the pains and penalties of perjury that the information I have provided in this application is true and accurate: >, Signature - m Date Title �t , ,� (If Corporation /LLC Representative) - 1 0 State 1 Zip Code 1 0 ►" M 1, STEVEN GROSSMAN TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 CORI REQUEST FORM KIMS. GAINSBORO, ESQ. CHAIRMAN The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record Information. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check will be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. ARCCLICENSEINFORMATION ABCC NUMBER: �� LICENSEE NAME: CITY /TOWN: I OF EXISTING LICENSEE) PRINTANDSIGN PRINTED NAME: PA Nj L L e V APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: On this 1- o before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared (name of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of identification were to be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached document, and its stated purpose. DIVIS USE ONLY REQUESTED BY: SIGNATUff , CORI -A11 ORUE.DEMPLOYEE The DCJI Identify Theft Index PIN Number Is to be completed by those applicants that have been Issued an Identity Theft PIN Number by the DCII. Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to Include this Information to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request forms that include this field are required to be submitted to the DUI hamaliorbyfaxto(617)660 -4614. I to me that(' eshe) signed it voluntarily for DA VI D 1' X - Y The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 www mass.eov/abcc PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: i >, - Q 1 x „ r B. Business Name (dba) E_ x A. Legal Name of Licensee��� D. ABCC License Number C. Address q 17 (If existing licensee) E. City /Town State Zip Code E F. Phone Number of Premise G. EIN of License 2 3 4 r I O PERSONAL INFORMATION: A. Individual Name , j - ; ° I B. Home Phone Number G ( c1 6 ci I -- C. Address " e D. City /Town State Zip Code 02q � —� E. Social Security Number L F. Date of Birth T 1- 1 0 1 P 5'1 � G. Place of Employment s t' a i _ 4s c c i , rw k ( tom rc _ 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? Yes ❑ No if yes, as part of the application process, the individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charges occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions 4. FINANCIAL INTEREST: Provide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license. IMPORT ANT ATTACHRRENITS (g): For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months of bank statements for the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page 1 hereby swear under the pains and penalties, of perjury that the information l have provided in this application is true and accurate: Signature Date j Title (If Corporation /LLC Representative) c r IMPORT ANT ATTACHRRENITS (g): For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months of bank statements for the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page 1 hereby swear under the pains and penalties, of perjury that the information l have provided in this application is true and accurate: Signature Date j Title (If Corporation /LLC Representative) t 1 VIVO, STEVEN GROSSMAN TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 CORI REQUEST FORM "MS. GAINSBORO, ESQ. CHAIRMAN The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record Information. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check will be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. ABCC L ICENSE INFORMATION ABCC NUMBER: (IF EXIONG LICENSEE) LICENSEE NAME: _I .F , f r, ( n 4 ,'` -.� [ CITY/TOWN: LAST NAME: I F � , �k e LL.. i I FIRSTNAME: MIDDLE NAME: MAIDEN NAME OR ALIAS (IF APPLICABLE): PLACE OF BIRTH: m.( DATE OF BIRTH: D 1 I SSN: ID THEFT INDEX PIN (IF APPLICABLE): MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME: Fg ,a T In g DRIVER'S LICENSE #: j STATE LIC. ISSUED: A6bama M - GENDER: f HEIGHT: �/ I WEIGHT: FT EYE COLOR: CURRENT ADDRESS:��L CITY/TOWN: t a C - a _ STATE: ZIP: C Z FORMER ADDRESS: CITY/TOWN: STATE: E:7� ZIP: PRINTAND SIGN PRINTED NAME: To ti (°°' e e 1 APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: On this 4} tl'? . ` "p° / ' I 6 /j? before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared I j 1 i-C j 'w ff of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of identification, which were to be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached document, an(d a its stated purpose. DIVISION USE ONLY to me tha (he)jshe) signed it voluntarily for Notary Public TN OF WASSACHU My CorrwInIU ' REQUESTED BY: STGNATUREOFCORI -A ORIZED EMPLOYEE The DUI identify Theft Index PIN Number Is to be completed by those applicants that have been Issued an Identity Theft PIN Number by the DUI. Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to include this Information to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request forms that include this field are requirecitobesubmittedtothe DCR via mail or byfaxto (617) 6604614. APPLICANT'S STATEMENT 1, 1 d levy theflsole proprietor;❑ partner; ❑ corporate principal; 19 LLC /LLP member of I Dcjt, Po4 L , hereby submit this application for all alcoholic' s (hereinafter the "Application "), to the local licensing authority (the "LLA ") and the Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (the "ABCC" and together with the LLA collectively the "Licensing Authorities ") for approval. I do hereby declare under the pains and penalties of perjury that I have personal knowledge of the information submitted in the Application, and as such affirm that all statement and representations therein are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I further submit the following to be true and accurate: (1) 1 understand that each representation in this Application is material to the Licensing Authorities' decision on the Application and that the Licensing Authorities will rely on each and every answer in the Application and accompanying documents in reaching its decision; (2) 1 state that the location and description of the proposed licensed premises does not violate any requirement of the ABCC or other state law or local ordinances; (3) 1 understand that while the Application is pending, I must notify the Licensing Authorities of any change in the information submitted therein. I understand that failure to give such notice to the Licensing Authorities may result in disapproval of the Application; (4) 1 understand that upon approval of the Application, I must notify the Licensing Authorities of any change in the Application information as approved by the Licensing Authorities. I understand that failure to give such notice to the Licensing Authorities may result in sanctions including revocation of any license for which this Application is submitted; (5) 1 understand that the licensee will be bound by the statements and representations made in the Application, including, but not limited to the identity of persons with an ownership or financial interest in the license; (6) 1 understand that all statements and representations made become conditions of the license; (7) 1 understand that any physical alterations to or changes to the size of, the area used for the sale, delivery, storage, or consumption of alcoholic beverages, must be reported to the Licensing Authorities and may require the prior approval of the Licensing Authorities; (8) 1 understand that the licensee's failure to operate the licensed premises in accordance with the statements and representations made in the Application may result in sanctions, including the revocation of any license for which the Application was submitted; and (9) 1 understand that any false statement or misrepresentation will constitute cause for disapproval of the Application or sanctions including revocation of any license for which this Application is submitted. Sig Titl Date: ® ® 4 0 DAVID M. SPILLANE KATERI M. BOUSALEH KATHLEEN L. KANE BILL G. SINCAVAGE Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office 150 Concord Street, Room 121 Framingham, Massachusetts 01702 February 1, 2014 RE: Liquor License Application — Deluxe Depot Diner LLC Dear Ms. Rupp, 1212 HANCOCK STREET, SUITE 200 QUINCY, MASSACHUSETTS 02169 (617) 328 -9100 FACSIMILE: (617) 328 -8373 Please be advised that I represent the legal interests of Deluxe Depot Diner LLC ( "Deluxe ") and Historical Properties Development Company LLC ( "Historic "). These two entities are owned by the same individuals, who are as follows: Managers of Historic Members of Historic Managers of Deluxe Members of Deluxe 1140 WASHINGTON STREET HANOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 02339 FACSIMILE: (781) 829 -9924 (781) 829 -9993 TOLL FREE: (877) SPILLANE Victoria Danberg & Donald Levy Victoria Danberg 25% Donald Levy 25% Daryl Levy 25% John Ficarelli 25% Victoria Danberg & Donald Levy Victoria Danberg 25% Donald Levy 25% Daryl Levy 25% John Ficarelli 25% On December 17, 2013, Historic purchased the property at 417 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA. The financing for this venture is as follows: Lender East Cambridge Savings Bank 334 Cambridge Street Cambridge, MA 02141 www.spillanelawoffices.com PILLAN LAW OFFICES 0 ® ♦ 0 0 Borrower Iistoric Properties Development Company, LLC 627 Mount Auburn Street Watertown, MA 02462 Unlimited Guarantors Deluxe Depot Diner, LLC Donald Levy, Darrell Levy, Victoria Danberg and John Ficarelli Collateral 1) First Mortgage and Assignment of Leases and Rents Encumbering 417 Waverly Street Framingham, MA; 2) Perfected first security interest in all business assets to Lender from Historic Properties Development Company, LLC and Deluxe Depot Diner, LLC; and 3) Perfected pledge of liquor license to Lender from Deluxe Depot Diner, LLC to Lender. Purpose: $1,513,000.00 construction loan for renovation of 417 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA to be converted to permanent financing in the sum of $890,000 within 120 days from closing. The members of the LLCs have invested in excess of $430,000.00 of their own funds in the venture. Deluxe is the tenant of Historic under a lease, the terms of which are spelled out in the executed lease that has been previously sent to you. Please feel free to contact me if you have any fiirther questions, or if you need fiirther documentation. Thandc you. V.try truly yours, i avid M. Spillan DMS /mf The Commonwealth of Massachusetts - - -- - -_: Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 - r r avivcv.nrrstc<;m w MANAGER APPLICATION All proposed managers are required to complete a Per sonal Inf ormation Fo and attach a copy of the corporate vote authorizing this action and appointing a manager. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: Legal Name of Licensee: bC'_.U,� e- t 1Y Bus ess Name (dba): T - T Address: A ( bi c,V e Yz t }° N '19 M City /Town: , }art (�( (_, State: Zip Code: 617 01 ABCC License Number: Phone Number of Premise: (If existing licensee) 2. MANAGER INFORMATION: A. Name: B. Cell Phone Number: (p 790 6 C. List the number of hours per week you will spend on the licensed premises: lj O -r 5 3, CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION: A. Are you a U.S. Citizen: Yes 1K No r B. Date of Naturalization: C. Court of Naturalization: (Spbmit proof of citizenship and /or naturalization such as Voter's Certificate, Birth Certificate or Naturalization Papers) 4... BACKGROUND INFORMATION: A. Do you now, or have you ever, held any direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in.a license to sell alcoholic beverages? t ' i Yes No if,yes, please describe: c?ltJ �. �[ }tsug� �J}ldt °.iF; �e - c V7 3, � ate ►J�'��t�7�t. tc v� Di B: Have you ever been the Manager of Record of a license to sell alcoholic beverages that has been suspended, revoked or cancelled? Yes No If yes, please describe: C.. Have you ever been the Manager of Record of a license that was issued by this Commission? Yes No if yes, please describe: D. Please list your employment for the past ten years (Dates, Position, Employer, Address and Telephone): 1 hereby swear under the pains ar d penal ie 'of pe jury t t the information 1 have provided in this application is tru and RR accurpte: Signature , �lif/�/ ' Date l Jvo. 2 6 The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street Boston, MA 02114 www.mass.gov/abcc r v PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. 11. LICENSEE INFORMATION: B. Business Name (dba) 1JGAL)�C you y yk A. Legal Name of Licensee i�p 1�Xe e- d i [�1neY --A D. ABCC License Number C. Address l 4- 1� (If existing licensee) E. City /Town State Zip Code F. Phone Number of Premise G. EIN of License l PERSONAL INFORMATION: A. Individual Name I `BONA Lys Leyj I B. Home Phone Number 6 1 7 973:16 1 C. Address L-2 141 A i D. City /Town W State Zip Code I 6 7Z E. Social Security Number ❑ F. Date of Birth 7), 7 1 L, G. Place of Employment 11,1 Anl M/'10 0 ,,, -a n j n i r .L �'� rte✓ � ��vHa ( � 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? yes ❑ No [ If yes, as part of the application process, the individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charges occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions. 4. FINANCIAL INTEREST: Provide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, or financial interest in this license. m b � l enefici � al W L V b3 + 64 r O tax e 17Lp o i YI f L l-C IMPORTANT ATTACHMENTS (8): For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months of bank statements for the source(s) of this cash. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page l hereby swear under the pains and penalties of perjury that the information 1 have provided in this application is true and accurate: , Signature Title �1 b U 4 2-0 131 STEVEN GROSSMAN TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 CORI REQUEST FORM KIMS. GAINSBORO, ESQ. CHAIRMAN The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record Information. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check will be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. ABCC LICENSE INFORMATION ABCC NUMBER: LICENSEE NAME: - 9 I /TOWN: f (IF EXISTING LICENSEE) Y-11 ILI LAST NAME: �% '�/ FIRST NAME: / J a 1 I MIDDLE NAME: g MAIDEN NAME OR ALIAS (IF APPLICABLE): PLACE OF BIRTH: 1 V e L' - f v6 ( -ZK /• l DATE OF BIRTH: (� f SSN: ID THEFT INDEX PIN (IF APPLICABLE): LLL g { 4 MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME: DRIVER'S LICENSE # : }.7 °/ �` f STATE LIC. ISSUED: —J 1 GENDER: HEIGHT: WEIGHT: EYE COLOR: C_C i Y CURRENT ADDRESS: CITY /TOWN: k STATE: ZIP: 0 2- q' ..;- FORMER ADDRESS; CITY /TOWN: J , ,$ �� V1 C- STATE: ZIP: ) PRINTED NAME: I D C) W f �,�) I APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: On this l before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Q (name of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of identification, which were to be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached document, and acknowledged to me that (he) (she) signed it voluntarily for its stated purpose. LISA O RGUSON Notary Public C n� 74 Co)ntnonwealPh of Massachusetts %ISION USE ONLY October 13, 2017 :RESTED BY: t— SIGNATURE OFCORI- UTHORIZED EMPLOYEE 7011 Identify Theft Index PIN Number is to be completed by those applicants that have been issued an Identity Thslt Number by the DCII. Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to include this motion to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request forms that include this field are ired to be submitted to the DOl via mail or by fax to (617) 660 -4614. ! r' ffi' 7L' il: 1G'.; tGv7.' �L' RCl,1 7LCrT�I� '�"�.'rnn_.'iTi�!?itrrmrml� " n. �yQL^ CIiL' 1PPSI�( lIILC( 1" S u llt�� C[ t7..' Ti'' "tG t'L".�mriw - �rmrrnmrrnmr^ �G'y BUREAU OR VITAL RECORDS AND STATISTICS ( atif ita ft � IC a THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the f olio�uui7g extract has been taken f rom a reco o f birth registered mth the Bureau. of Vital R�cords and Statistics in the Borough avhere the birth occurre', A'ame OW p Sex ,Dateof Birth ° Number___�____ Place of Birth lln�or Pegiswur Cords Cowniissiorrr°rof Health W The Commonwealth of Massachusetts _ Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission = 239 Causeway Street a Boston, MA 02114 b� www.mass.gov /abcc MANAGER APP ICATION All proposed managers are required to complete a Personal Information Form . and attach a copy of the corporate vote authorizing this action and appointing a manager. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: Legal Name of Licensee: DL\ �� ®�— �� r LL Business Name (dba): ®c\vac< Sc -v— )b s,/' Address: �f \/ t'�� S ►� City /Town: State: ® Zip Code: ®' 3 ABCC License Number: F Phone Number of Premise: (If existing licensee) 2. MANAGER INFORMATION: A. Name; I J � ✓"- C-5 B. Cell Phone Number: C. List the number of hours per week you will spend on the licensed premises: Za 3. CITIZENSHIP INFORMATION: A. Are you a U.S. Citizen: Yes E J No ❑ B. Date of Naturalization: C. Court of Naturalization: (Submit proof of citizenship and /or naturalization such as US Passport, Voter's Certificate, Birth Certificate or Naturalization Papers) 4. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: A. Do you now, or have you ever, held any direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in a license to sell alcoholic beverages? Yes ❑ No If yes, please describe: B. Have you ever been the Manager of Record of a license to sell alcoholic beverages that has been suspended, revoked or cancelled? Yes ❑ No If yes, please describe: C. Have you ever been the Manager of Record of a license that was issued by this Commission? Yes ❑ No [� If yes, please describe: D. Please list your employment for the past ten years (Dates, Position, Employer, Address and Telephone): I—, G x� 17 ��c – ��, C M�„J�✓ X2'1 �� >���� _ �Sa.�vw�M� -® N\'t- t 1 �o$ 1 lZj G �� @� o�e ✓.��'�ac� 1--V. 12 1® Bo -( fSJ S \ C �J 1M. 1n� \� 2oc> 2- oo$ / 5 e \ eN.p \Q.tt.i C®��� tv.�„�� 61� �3I o onl C,0(00,/' g - Znplo !s M . t°1° t-J'U Y 4 i'l q IN o� I hereby swear under the pakis and penalties o perjury that the information I have provided in this application is true and accurate: Signature Date It t I y ( :!,� -1 The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street r Boston, MA 02114 R wivw. m ass. y oylabe PERSONAL INFORMATION FORM Each individual listed in Section 10 of this application must complete this form. 1. LICENSEE INFORMATION: 11 B. Business Name (dba) b ��,v'x� �0t i Y1� A. Legal Name of Licensee �L' u3 E ) - -po+ D i Yip" LLC --71 D. ABCC License Number C. Address I 7 W6.VEIn LY ` _ (If existing licensee) E. City /Town l ( WVv'\\r1c �CiJ�/1n State Zip Code (7 � } F. Phone Number of Premise G. EIN of License L/( f -'-) f 7 t 2. PERSONAL INFORMATION: A. Individual Name J CWT 'le s �<('�I B. Home Phone Number I '� 0 1 C. Address D— City /Town State Zip Code E: Social Security Number [ F. Date of Birth G. Place of Employment �Y1e—y L 3. BACKGROUND INFORMATION: Have you ever been convicted of a state, federal or military crime? Yes E] No If yes, as part of the application process, the individual must attach an affidavit as to any and all convictions. The affidavit must include the city and state where the charges occurred as well as the disposition of the convictions FINANCIAL INTEREST: i rovide a detailed description of your direct or indirect, beneficial or financial interest in this license. :A W 1 r c -U, i- iN Vs (8): For all cash contributions, attach last (3) months oT DanK statements Tor the sourceisi or tnls casn. *If additional space is needed, please use the last page / hereby swear under the pains and penalties of perjury that the information 1 have provided in this application is true and accurate: .Signature Date L \ 4itE� riifl/ \ � (If Corporation /1-LC Representative) Commonwealth of Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 239 Causeway Street, First Floor Boston, MA 02114 STEVEN GROSSNIAN KIMS. GAINSBORO, ESQ. TREASURER AND RECEIVER GENERAL CORI REQUEST FORM CHAIRKAN The Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission has been certified by the Criminal History Systems Board to access conviction and pending Criminal Offender Record information. For the purpose of approving each shareholder, owner, licensee or applicant for an alcoholic beverages license, I understand that a criminal record check will be conducted on me, pursuant to the above. The information below is correct to the best of my knowledge. AOCC LICENSE INFORMATION ABCC NUMBER: I LICENSEE NAME: { ( CITY TOWN: F —c - q-\ (IF EXISTING LICENSEE) -I ` l �YY'+ 4 u Z AYYLILAIV I I1111"UKIVI I IUIV LAST NAME: KQX( FIRST NAME: J IN MIDDLE NAME: ® , P Q7— MAIDEN NAME OR ALIAS (IF APPLICABLE): PLACE OF BIRTH: rk� DATE OF BIRTH: l ,', o' " ci SSN: ID THEFT INDEX PIN (IF APPLICABLE): ` MOTHER'S MAIDEN NAME: '� v` DRIVER'S LICENSE � 8 ' I {.,f STATE LIC. ISSUED: GENDER: [ HEIGHT: WEIGHT: lJ EYE COLOR: I CURRENT ADDRESS: CITY /TOWN: I ��- I STATE: p ZIP: C � } � 1 FORMER ADDRESS: I ]� CITY/TOWN: r '' I STATE: ZIP: PRINTED NAME: euvvw � APPLICANT /EMPLOYEE SIGNATURE: On this ' \>IJy�IY1�t L j before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared (name of document signer), proved to me through satisfactory evidence of identification, which were to be the person whose name is signed on the preceding or attached document, and acknowledged to me that (he) (she) signed it voluntarily for its stated purpose. LISA PE'RGUSON , * Notary Public c � Commonwealth of iatassachusetts as Uctober 13, 2017 ?IV,SION USE ONLY •(iQUESTED BY; SI(;NATUR'O CORI- AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEE �e DCII Identify Theft Index PIN Number is to be completed by those applicants that have been issued an Identity Theft N Number by the DCII. Certified agencies are required to provide all applicants the opportunity to include this formation to ensure the accuracy of the CORI request process. ALL CORI request farms that Include this Held are quired to be submitted to the DCII via mail or by fax to 1617) 660.4614. N Y Stste Department of Hcalth 5.0 ... Office of V ital t %ftwks R I R T H CERTIFICATE OF - 11 Registered No ,... ..... IB W TWIN ON TpApLET, was child bom Tga. SINIOLKE TWIN■ TR Iff ■ 2ND ■ 8RD ■ BIRTH IL ?"Is BIRTH IFLETO FATHER OF CHILD ��� ��� MMM mw.v_m,m,ml M�T"11111 ww"S won" I" MOSTPAYMN WTM. 142 Lido Blvd, Lido Reach, L.I. r. CERTIFICATE OF ORGANIZATION Pursuant to the provisions of the Massachusetts Limited Liability Company Act (the "Act "), the undersigned, desiring to organize a Massachusetts Limited Liability Company, hereby certifies as follows: 1. Federal Employer Identification Number. The limited liability company's federal employer identification number is 46- 1219815. 2. Atame . f the Limited Liability Company. The naive of the limited liability company formed hereby (the "LLC ") is "DELUXE DEPOT DINER LLC 3. Office of the Limited Liability Company, The address of the office of the LLC for purposes of Section 5 of the Act is 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, WATERTOWN, MA 02473, 4. Business of the LLC. The general character of the business of the LLC is to engage in the purchase and management of real estate and to engage in any activities directly or indirectly related or incidental thereto and to engage in any other activity in which a limited liability company organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may lawfully engage. 5. Date gfDissolution. The LLC shall have no fixed date on which it shall dissolve 6. Agentfor Service gfProcess. The name and address of the resident agent for service of process for the LLC is DONALD LEVY, 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02427. 7. Manager. The LLC has TWO (2) manager, whose name and address are as follows: DONALD LEVY, 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02427, and VICTORIA L. DANBERG, 30 CHASE STREET, NEWTON CENTRE, MA 02459 -2214. 8. Execution of Documents (Secretary gf the Commonwealth). Any manager of the I.I,C is authorized to execute on behalf of the LLC any documents to be filed with the Secretary of State of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 9. Execution gf Recordable Instruments. Both managers of the LLC is authorized to execute, acknowledge, deliver and record any recordable instrument purporting to affect an interest in real property. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned hereby affirms under the penalties of perjury that the facts state&herem are IrLIC, as the 6"!71 NOVEMBER, 2013. O Z,4 &;a VICTORIA .I4. DANBERG, DONALD CERTIFICATE OF ORGANIZATION Pursuant to the provisions of the Massachusetts Limited Liability Company Act (the "Act'). the undersigned, desiring to organize a Massachusetts Limited Liability Company, hereby certifies as follows: 1. Eederal Employer° Identification Number. The limited liability company's federal employer identification number is 46- 2326410. 2. Name gf'the Limited Liability Company. The name of the limited liability company formed hereby (the "LLC ") is "HISTORIC PROPERTIES DEVELOPMENT COMPANY LLC ", 3. Office of the Limited.Liability Company. The address of the office of the LLC for purposes of Section 5 of the Act is 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, WATER'17OWN, MA 02472. 4. Business of'the LLC. The general character of the business of the LLC is to engage in the purchase and management of real estate and to engage in any activities directly or indirectly related or incidental thereto and to engage in any other activity in which a limited liability company organized tinder the laws of the Conlmonwealtll of Massachusetts may lawfully engage. 5. Date of Dissolution. The LLC shall have no fixed date on which it shall dissolve. 6. Agent for ,4ervice of Process. The name and address of the resident agent for service of process for the LLC is DONALD LEVY, 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02427. 7, rlNlanager. The LI.LC has TWO (2) manager, whose name and address are as follows: DONALD LEVY, 627 MT. AUBURN STREET, CAMBRIDGE, MA 02427, and VIC'T'ORIA L. DANBERG, 30 CHASE STREET, NEWTON CENTRE, MA 02459 -2214. 8. Execution gfDocuments (secretary of the Commonwealth). Any manager of tine LLC is authorized to execute on behalf of the LLC any documents to be filed with the Secretary of State of the Conunlonwealth of Massachusetts. 9. Execution of Recordable Instruments. Both managers of the LLC is authorized to execute, acknowledge, deliver and record any recordable instrument purporting to atTect an Interest in refill property. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the tmdersilned hereby affirms under the penalties of perjury that the facts statea Nkerein are ttLie, as of the 19 MARCH, 2013. VICTORIA DONALD LEVY, UNANIMOUS WRITTEN CONSENT OF MANAGERS /MEMBERS OF DELUXE DEPOT DINER L.LC A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY The undersigned, Managers/Members of DELUXE DEPOT DINER (,LC ( "Company "), in accordance with the Conipany Agreement, hereby adopt the following written consent. WHEREAS, the Managers /Members signing this consent are the holders of all of the shares entitled to vote at the Company's meetings and on the following resolutions; and WHEREAS, the undersigned desire to execute a written consent in lieu of:forrnally holding a Managers'/Nlembers' meeting and agree that the adoption of the following resolutions shall be valid and have the same force and effect as though such resolutions had been adopted at a formal Managers' meeting; therefore, be it: RESOLVED, that that the Managers of the Company are authorized to apply to the Licensing Bard of the 'Town of F'rarningham to receive approval of a liquor license in the name of the Company, and to pay the cost for all necessary fees and other expenses out of the general operating fields of the Company. RESOLVED, that this written consent shall have the same force and effect as a formal Managers' /Members' meeting for all purposes. The undersigned direct that this written consent may be executed in multiple counterparts, all of which shall be considered originals and that this written consent, including multiple counterparts, be filed with the minutes of the proceedings of the Company. Remainder of page intentionally left blank Signatures on next page DA7 1) to be effectivg 2013. DELUXE DEPOTqNER LI Cl, D onald Levy, Manteer DELDEPOT DINE , 7 ` Victoria Danberg, DELUXE DEPO DINE • L C Donald Levy, Member DE UXE DEPO 1' DINER LLC Jo 'carelli, Member DEL E_DF,POT nn�1> rr r r r I WAIVER OF NOTICE AND CONSENT The undersigned, by signing this Unanimous Written Consent of Managers, hereby waves �ig notice of the time and place of the meeting, consents to the meeting and approves the ontfnts this lt" - t tt ten consebt. Victoria Danberi, Manager DELUXE .DEPOT DINER I J.r Manager Victoria Danberg, DELUXE DEPOT DIN Donald Levy, Member DELUXE DEPOT DINER LLC Jo z icarell , Member DEL 'E DEPOT DINER 1, C Dart' ev ember DELUXE DEP T DINER C �'. - EASTCAMBR UGE .: SAVINGS BANK October i 5tit, 2013 Connecting with customers. Historic Properties Development Company, LLC 292 Cambridge street 627 Mount Auburn St, Cambridge, MA 02141 Watertown, MA 02462 1,866.354,ECSB (3272) wtvv/.ecsb.com Re: Acquisition & Rehab Loan - 411 Waverly St, Framingham, Massachusetts Dear Sirs: Pursuant to the request of Historic Properties Development Company, LLC (hereinafter the "Borrower "), East Ctrnibrid/ge Sai , =s Bank (hereinafter, the "Lender ") agrees to grant to the Borrower a loan in the amount equal to One Million Five Hundred and Thirteen Thousand and 00/100 ($1,513,000.00) Dollars (hereinafter, the "Loan ") to finance the property located at 411 Waverly St, Framingham, Massachusetts (hereinafter the "Property "). The Lender's commitment to make the Loan as stated herein is expressly Contingent upon your satisfaction of the terms and conditions of this conmiitment letter stated below. In the event that you do not, in the sole discretion of the Lender, comply with the terms and conditions of this commitment letter, the Lender reserves the right to revoke the commitment letter at any time prior to the closing of the Loan. The terms and conditions of this loan commitment are as follows: Borrower: Historic Properties Development Company, LLC Loan Amount: $1,513,000.00 Permanent financing: $890,000.00 Terns: 10 years Interest Rate: 4.75 %, fixed for five years, followed by a rate review based on the classic five year FHLB rate plus 2.75 %, with a floor of 4.75 %. Origination Tee: None Appraisal & LTV: Borrower to reimburse the Lender for cost of appraisal at closing. Loan amount is contingent on the results of a certified and current appraisal and is lhnited to a loan to value ratio of no more than 85 %. Loan to value ratio must be maintained at all times during the course of the loan. Collateral: A first mortgage on the Property, along with a Collateral Assignment of Leases and Rents. A first on all business assets, to include equipment and leaseholds. Pledge of the liquor license to the Bank and approved properly by the ABCC. Repayment Schedule: A. Interest only payments for the first 12 months followed by principal and interest payments of $5,074.04 for the remaining 48 months, followed by a rate review an adjusted principal and interest monthly payments for the remainder of the loan. B, Full payment of all unpaid principal and interest at maturity Title Insurance: Required Arlington - Belmont • Cambridge • Medford - Somerville • Waltham Member FDIC Affirmative Action &Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Employer AlcmberDIF Equal Opportunity Lender Attorney for Lender; John K. Britt, Esq. Rubin and Rudman, LLP 50 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110 Phone 617- 330 -7007 Fax 617 -330 -7750 Minhumn Debt Service None Tat Escrow; Taxes on mortgaged property must be paid current at closing. The Lender may, at its opinion, require the builder to escrow payments for the property, Guarantor(s) & Endorsement: The unlimited personal guaranty from Donald & Daryl Levy and Victoria Danberg and John Ficarelli. Should the business entity operating the restaurant establish- a separate corporate business structure, that entity would be required to Guaranty. Flood Insurance: Borrower is to reimburse the Lender for the cost of Mood detennination ($14,54 per parcel) at closing. if the property is detenuined to be in a flood hazard zone, flood insurance will be required. Insurance: Borrower shall provide the Lender with a general liability policy with minimum coverage in an amount of $1,000,000 per incident and $2,000,000 in aggregate and replacement cost coverage, The policy shall contahu the proper mortgagee clause and shall be deposited with the Lender throughout the life of the Loan. All policies shall contain a provision requiring at least 20 days advance notice to the Lender before any policy cancellation or modification. At the option of the Lender, the Borrower shall pay to the Lender monthly an amount equal to one - twelfth (1/12) of the annual insurance premiums which the Lender estimates will become payable for such insurance. The Borrower is to furnish. the Lender and Lender's counsel at least rive (5) days Survey; prior to the closing, a satisfactory survey prepared by a registered surveyor showing that buildings and all proposed improvements are within lot and building lines and shall indicate all easements, improvements, utilities, rights of way, whether above or underground which exist at the date of certification and shall certify that the locus complies in every way with the applicable zoning laws for the City of Boston, MA. Deposit Account: The Lender will require the Borrower open and maintain its operating account with (lie Lender. Costs: All costs for legal services in connection with this loan are to be paid by the Borrower. Whether or not this loan closes, Borrower agrees by acceptance of this commitment to pay all costs incidental to the contemplated loan transaction including fees and expenses of our counsel, title insurance premiums, documentation, and related charges. Rate of Interest Interest shall be calculated based upon a 360 day year and 30 day months. Default: After the occurrence of an event of default the rate of interest shall be increased 2 to eighteen (18.0 %) per annum, but in no event greater than the maximum rate of interest permitted by law. Payments: On the fn day of each month, interest only shall be due and payable, in arrears, on the outstanding principal balance of the Loan. The first payment shall be due on tine first day of the second month following closing of the Loan on all interest accrued to that date. If not paid off prior to the expiration of the term of the loan (18 Months), the entire unpaid principal balance of the Loan plus all accrued and unpaid interest thereon and all other amounts payable with respect to the Loan shall be due on that date. Late Charge: The Borrower shall pay a late charge equal to five (5 %) percent of any payment not received by the Lender within fifteen (15) days of the due date thereof, Appraisal: Closing of the loan shall be subject to the receipt by the Lender of a satisfactory and current appraisal of the Mortgage Premises, in tine Lenders sole opinion. Reappraisal: In the event of default and if the Lender, in its sole opinion, determines that the value of the collateral has changed significantly, the Lender shall have the right to have the mortgaged property re- appraised at the Borrower's expense. The Borrower agrees to cooperate with tine appraisal process. Subordinate Financing: Under the terms of this commitment, no subordinate financing is allowed without the expressed written consent of tine fender other than the 501 SBA Loan. Agreement in Default: The Mortgagee shall no longer be bound by this agreement if said mortgage shall be foreclosed for breach of condition. Disclosure: You (the `Borrower ") represent that you have fully disclosed to the Lender all facts material to the Property, the Borrower, Borrower's business operations, and any guarantor. Leases: Any and all leases relative to the Property shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the Lender, and shall be subordinate to the Mortgage provided for herein. All provisions of such leases, including term, rent, tax, utility, and operating expense provisions, shall be approved by the Lender Statutory Compliance: This connnitment is subject and expressly conditioned upon the approval of the Property by all federal, state and local authorities and such other regulatory agencies having jurisdiction and upon the issuance of all applicable state, federal and local licenses, permits, orders and certificates for the construction and occupancy of the Property. Borrower Entity; All documentation concerning tine establishment of the Borrower and any partner or beneficiary of the Borrower shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the Lender and Lender's counsel. In connection with the foregoing Borrower's counsel shall provide Lender and Lender's counsel with an appropriate enforceability opinion. Review of Financial Statements: Satisfactory review of financial statements from Borrower and Guarantors. 3 Title and Documents: All documents, agreements or other instruments used in conjunction with this transaction shall first have the Lender's approval. The Lender is to be furnished with a title insurance policy for the Mortgaged Premises in the amount of the loan containing no exceptions (other than those approved by the Lender). Such title insurance policy shall be written by a company acceptable to the Lender. Liens: In the event that a lien, notice of contract or attachment is filed, the Borrower understands that the Lender will halt funding of the project until an appropriate affidavit is secured, the lien is removed, and affirmative Title Insurance Coverage over future advances is restored, or other encumbrance is filed. Zoning, Land Use anti Other Zoninng, title, subdivision, wetlands and building and sign permits must be Matters: complied with to the satisfaction of the Lender, and the Lender's counsel, The Lender shall be provided with proper evidence from a source acceptable to the Lender's counsel that the Project complies in all material respects with all applicable building, zoning, and land use, wetlands, environmental protection, sanitary and safety laws, rules and regulations, and that adequate utilities are available to service the Mortgaged Premises. Hazardous Material and Toxic The Borrower and Guarantors shall indemnify and hold the Lender harmless and Waste: indemnified from and against any and all clahns, suits, judgments, causes of actions, costs and expenses (including, without limitation, reasonable attorney's fees) arising from any the presence of any hazardous materials or toxic substances on the Mortgaged Premises. This indemnity shall survive repayment of the Loan and the exercise of the Lender's rights under the loan documents. Closing of the Loan is subject to an acceptable environmental site report, which shall be in form and substance satisfactory to the Lender in its sole opinion, Reporting Requirements: On an annual basis, the Borrower and Guarantor shall provide the Lender with signed copies of their Federal tax returns, They shall also provide updated financial statements within 120 days of the end of their fiscal year. Transfer or Mortgage of The identity of the Borrower and the Guarantor is of material importance to the Borrower's Interest: Lender, This cormnitment and any collateral for khe loan shall not be assigned or transferred by the Borrower without tine Lender's prior written approval. No junior mortgages affecting the Security of the proposed Loan will be allowed without the Lender's prior written consent, If the Mortgaged Premises or any element thereof is so transferred or pledged, The Lender reserves the right to demand payment in full of the obligations due under the Loan including, without limitation, principal, interest, late charges, costs and costs of collection. Disclosure: The Borrower represents that it has fully disclosed to the Lender all facts material to the Property, the Borrower and Borrower's business operations and any guarantor. Integration: This letter incorporates all discussions and negotiations between the Lender and the Borrower, either express or implied, concerning the matters included herein, any custom, usage, or course of dealing to the contrary notwithstanding. No such discussions, negotiations, custom, usage or course of dealing shall limit, modify or otherwise affect the provisions hereof. No modification, amendment or waiver of any provision of this letter is effective runless executed in writing by the party to be charged with such modification, amendment or waiver, and if such party be the Lender, then by a duly authorized officer thereof. 4 Material Adverse Change: Such obligations are also conditioned upon no material adverse change concerning the Borrower's and/or any guarantor's financial condition taking place between the date of this letter and the closing of the loan. In the event of any such material adverse change, the Lender may in the Lender's sole discretion terminate the commitment provided hereunder. Conditions of Closing: Lender shall not be required to close this loan with first receiving each of the following items to Lender's satisfaction 1. Copy of the executed Purchase and Sale Agreement (the "P &S ") and extensions for the sale of the Property by the Borrower. 2. Executed Lease Agreement for the Property between Borrower and the operating company, upon such terms and conditions as are reasonably acceptable to Lender. 3. 2010, 2011, and 2012 federal tax return for Guarantor's- Donald and Daryl Levy and Victoria Danberg and John Ficarelli, should be signed and dated. 4. 2011 and 2012 corporate tax returns that all need to be signed and dated for the following- (a) Hand Made Brands (b) Deluxe Station Diner, LLC. 5. Signatures on the Construction Budget 6, Satisfactory Construction Budget Review. 7, Satisfactory Appraigal Review. 8. Receipt of Current Account Statements, 9. Receipt of a satisfactory environmental report. 10. SBA, approval from Granite State Development that they will refinance $623,000 from ECSB within a four month period from the date of closing. 11. Verification of that Guarantors have capacity to provide $100,000 in working capital for the operating entity, should they need to access. 12. Signed personal financial statements from Guarantors. Survival of Terms and Conditions: The terms and conditions of this commitment trust be satisfied on or before the closing or if an earlier date is specified, such earlier date. The terms and conditions of this commitment will also survive any closing of the loan and any failure by the Borrower to abide by the terms and conditions of this commitment after the closing will permit the "Lender to declare the loan and all amounts otherwise due from the Borrower to the Lender (including without limitation all amounts due under any other loan) to be immediately due and payable. However, to the extent a document executed by the Borrower contains any terms which are expressly inconsistent with the terms of this conunnit►nent, the terms of the later document shall control with respect to those terms. This agreement shall survive the closing of the loan described herein. This conumitnnent is also issued on the condition that none of the directors, officers, counsel or agents of the Lender shall be liable personally hereunder. The Borrower, upon acceptance hereof, agrees that in the event of a dispute with respect to this commitment or any loan pursuant hereto, heat the Borrower will look solely to the Lender for the performance of any obligations or for any other claim. This commitment shall remain in force until October 22 "', 2013. Should the loan not close on or before that date we shall consider this conunitment to be no longer in effect and all fees and expenses incurred on behalf of the borrower should be considered earned and payable. If all the terms and conditions are acceptable as outlined in of this original commitment letter, please sign where indicated below and return one completed copy to us before October 22nd, 2013. �Iy Vice President, Commercial Lending Guarantors: IV Donald Levy, Individually Accotance: In accepting this commitment, the acceptors warrant that all financial and other information supplied to the Lender are true and correct and fairly represent the fact and financial conditions as of the dates of such statements. Also there are no contingent liabilities of the borrower /guarantors known which are not disclosed in said information supplied. Borrower: Historic Properties Development Company, LLC Manager �•_� 1� Date Date rI I��lr Daryl Levy, ndivi Date ISI ,juarantor . r Victoria Danberg, Individually J hn vicar i, Individually li // 3 Date Date Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street - Memorial Building - Room 121 - Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 ii , Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(a)traminghamma.gov Framingham Rules And Regulations Goveming Alcoholic Beverages - Attached APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Application Fee (New or Transfer Application) $500. Type of Liquor Application: Fee ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (POURING) $3,000. Existing Common Victualer's License MALT AND WINE LICENSE (POURING) ❑ $1,750. Yes ❑ License # No❑ ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (RETAIL) ❑ $2,100. MALT AND LICENSE (RETAIL) F] $1,300 DATE: AND New Application Renewal Other PP SP-;ry Name of Applicant: D G W `A 1 -) `- n n Home Address: 52- WO, ° Ae G 011(_� A k YA , y' ft c).? � 7 Z Home Phone #: (� �� �J I C,5-2- - , '/ � I "j � ►'t ���� FAX � � Z� E W ID -Mad CkeA Social Security or Federal lD#: y (p — 1 — CT g 15 Business Name: DBA: Business Address: Business Phone #: 6 VT 7 V, 0 E St ( " I) " -i , FAX E-Mail Name & Location of Proposed Establishment: 7 W601 L r L� g '- Days and Hours of Operation: Z Manager: Al_() L e U) Assistant Manager JCw r f' K o e Property Owner: 4 \- t - Cy \ Copy of Floor Plan 'V Copy of Site Plan V" Maximum Seating # oC AL&) Maximum Occupancy # U Town of Framineham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. Manager and Assistant Manager are Alcohol Server Trained ✓ Yes _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No All Employees must be Alcohol Server Trained & Registered with the Framingham Police Department prior to serving alcohol. NO BUSINESS MA Y OPERATE WrMOUT A VALID LICENSE ON THE PREMISES I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owed have been paid: The applicant agrees to or1a . to th Statues, By- Laws and to the satisfaction of the Board of Selectmen. Applicant's Signature Town of Framingham. Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121- Framingham MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator runAframingliamma.gov AP PLICATION FOR COMMON VICTUALER LICENSE Application Fee - $50.00 License Fee - $75.00 Common Victualer License Only ❑ Common Victualer with Liquor License New Application 1 Transfer /From of Applicant: 1)C' � L) X E� Name Dare Other nor L V Telephone 6 17 75'0 6 5b 0 FAX 6 q 6 , Z E-Mail Ag n q ApA qt k i' �.i ocl S , C M Social Security #: Federal ID #: L-/ (o - l a ) - 9 S )S Business Name: Inc'- N V D 1 Y)cr LL- Business Address: Telephone Name of Proposed Establish Days & Hours of operation: FAX 617 E -Mail Property Owner: 14 l C- Property Owner's Mailing Address: _ Change in Floor Plan must be approv Copy of Floor Plan Enclosed Copy of Site Plan Enclosed Manager: Do N A t-1 Le \i Assistant Manager: (� Cum ► E s +Te c Fr cuvo l r lcl [) & F�c t e--, f �� / (' L L C- 14 L1hL1yn �� P? M by the Board of Selectmen Maximum Seating # Maximum - Occup an cy # I V�1tJ�tl�'[j'IY7�1 �L'Y"IG'� ( eohol License Only) Town of Framineham — Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. All Employees are Alcohol Server Trained _Yes No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No W�kk X C I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under e penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owned have been paid: ��� Applicant's Signature li • _._._I • _ .1 ._ y.l Memorial Building, Rm. 221 Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Rm. 203 Date Vra 1' 'r s Memorial Building, Rm. l l l Date FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive Date POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 William Welch Way Date DPW 100 Western Avenue Date Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office • �, License Administration "� <,ar „•,,� 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Te lephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508- 532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(@framinghamma.gov APPLICATION FOR EXHIBITION, SHOW OR AMUSEMENT LICENSE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Application Fee - $15.00 Licensing Fee - $10.00 Per Day ($50.00 Maximum Per Year) Yearly License- $50.00 Yearly License V Seasonal One -day Please submit 2 weeks prior to event Date Name of Applicant/Organization D A �_ Xe Address of Applicant Social Security #: ,Telephone ( 1 `] - � 8 b (, \S6 & AX E -Mail Location of Event y � (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Public Show Live Entertaimnent Date of event(s) Hours of event(s) M,, A,,,,, 5 g , ,, Approximate number of people expected (Over 500 people — Applicant must submit parking plan) - (Nevins Hall Maximum Occupancy with Alcobol 533) Food Permits - Contact Board of Health for requirements 508- 532 -5470 Fire Details - Permits - Contact Fire Department for required permits 508- 532 -5930 Tents - Wiring- Signage - Contact Building Department for required permits 508 -532 -5500 Police Details- Signage/Lighting Restrictions — Contact Police Department - Safety Officer, Licensing Officer & Detail Officer - 508- 872 -1212 Workers Compensation Affidavit & Information Page from the Workers Comp. Policy must be submitted before license is issued. The event(s) shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the MGL Chapter 140, Section 183A and all amendments thereof, the By -Laws of Framingham and the terms and c,Qn itions im - osed by the Board of Selectmen... Signature of Applicant Approved: \ POLICE DEPARTMENT Date BOARD OF HEALTH BUILDING DEPAR t x TMENT t {Dates V Date FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive S: \Ma rye\ Applications& Licenses \Exh ibitionS howAm usemtAppli. doc or Federal ID #: q(,, — I a 1` 9 F (S Date Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 - 532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr aVraminghamma.gov APPLICATION FOR SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE Town of Framingham - Application Fee $15.00 — Licensing Fee: $75.00 Commonwealth of Massachusetts — Regular Sunday Hours 1:00 PM — Midnil4ht $50.00 - Special Sunday Hours 12:00 PM —1:00 PM $100.00 Date: /y U j 4 2- C) )5 Name of Applicant Business Name DBA �� y`X� DeTDC) i Address A f n yll c'���� — tot7- n- 6 1 Telephone FAX EMail Type of Entertainment (Public Show /Live Entertainment/Band) - (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Type of Machine Number of Machine Owner of Machine Business Address Brief statement of agreement between applicant and owner for compensation or any other consideration to applicant for use of premises for the machine. Police Date Building Date` 4 t S: \Marye\Applications& Licenses \SundayEntertainmentApp.doc Revised 10/11/12 rf, 1 = Dept. Amount Due Account# Real Estate Personal Property Alarm Billing Approved, , I TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE I TREASVRER/COLLECTOR Status Unpaid Past Due Date Completed: �� S:XDEBI\LIQPER.DOC Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street - Memorial Building - Room 121 -Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(a)traminq[iamma.gov Framingham Rules And Requlations Goveming Alcoholic Beverages - Attached APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Application Fee (New or Transfer Application) $500. V 11 ' "( .. Type of Liquor Application: Fee ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (POURING) $3,000. Existing Common Victualer's License MALT AND WINE LICENSE (POURING) ❑ $1,750. Yes ❑ License # No❑ ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (RETAIL) ❑ $2,100. MALT AND LICENSE (RETAIL) AND F1 $1,300. DATE: New Application Renewal PP Other Name of Applicant: spiry Home Address: 5 2- ft C) Z lt ] Z Home Phone 0 7 ?)J 13 iL,5 FAX E -Mail Social Security or Federal ID# - 1 a I - CT S 15 ` Business Name: 1_ ) v'X� �c" l7tiT �,f\ yi c -'V L DBA: N V 1 vl Business Address: A­u k} Y n S frc� \ r v' Business Phone #: 611 7SQ CSt-,O (4 J f f ) FAX E-Mail Name & Location of Proposed Establishment: -1 l,��� �V i j LV S J- Days and Hours of Operation: — q dc�� 5 y t Z m i h 1 iV 1 Manager: Dd O AI-0 Lev\% Assistant Manager J CS I F Property Owner: r \ S� r \ Copy of Floor Plan •`/ Copy of Site Plan ✓ Maximum Seating # Maximum Occupancy # Town of Framingham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. Manager and Assistant Manager are Alcohol Server Trained ✓ Yes _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No All Employees must be Alcohol Server Trained & Registered with the Framingham Police Department prior to serving alcohol. NO BUSINESS MAY OPERATE WITIIOUT A VALID LICENSE ON THE PREMISES I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owed have been paid: The applicant ag71 o to th Statues, By- Laws and to the satisfaction of the Board of Selectmen. Applicant's Signature Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 - Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508- 532 -5402 FAX 508- 532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mrroUramingliamma.gov APPLICATION FOR COMMON VICTUALER LICENSE Application Fee - $50.00 License Fee - $75.00 Common Victualer License Only ❑ N O V 4 0 � L- P Common Victualer with Liquor License Date New Application v 11 Transfer /From Other of Applicant: D eA uxe7 JE_`P C 1 1� 1 n 1 ty �- 7 -�A v Telephone ( ) 17 B' (-) 6 5 6 6) FAX 64 61� 9 Z -Y E-Mail ckon (� AAL)y cky c/rds , Social Security #: _ Federal ID Business Name: �?� � �L i D i ncr L t-- Business Address: Telephone FAX 617 (-)12 -3 Z� � E -Mail Name of Proposed Establishment: Days & Hours of operation: Property Owner: 0 154 - 0 - Y 1 e Property Owner's Mailing Address: Change in Floor Plan must be approv Copy of Floor Plan Enclosed Copy of Site Plan Enclosed ✓ Manager: DO N A L ID Le Assistant Manager. ') c1;vv1 t E Name De � -7' W, 4 v6U Y n S 420c- t TE 1 M by the Board of Selectmen Maximum Seating # Maximum Occupancy # ( cohol License Only) Town of Framingham — Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. All Employees are Alcohol Server Trained _✓Yes No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No VwA\ voyi -r I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under e penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owned have been paid: Applicant's Signature BOARD OF HEALTH Memorial Building, Rm. 221 Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Rm. 203 Date TREASURER Memorial Building, Rm 111 FIRE DEPARTMENT_ 10 Loring Drive Date POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 William Welch Way Date DPW 100 Western Avenue Date o� Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mrotraminghamma.gov APPLICATION FOR EXHIBITION, SHOW OR AMUSEMENT LICENSE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Application Fee - $15.00 Licensing Fee - $10.00 Per Day ($50.00 Maximum Per Year Yearly License- $50.00 Yearly License v Seasonal One -day Please submit 2 weeks prior to event Date Name of Applicant/Organization D oX e-- Address of Applicant Social Security #: Telephone (� 17 — 7 S b L \S6(T E -Mail Location of Event y D L -�atA/ '3t Sc-_cJV (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Public Show Live Entertainment 0) , f Date of event(s) 4 Hours of event(s) M Approximate number of people expected (Over 500 people —Applicant must submit parking plan) - (Nevins Hall Maximum Occupancy witb Alcohol 533) Food Permits - Contact Board of Health for requirements 508- 532 -5470 Fire Details - Permits - Contact Fire Department for required permits 508 -532 -5930 Tents - Wiring - Signage - Contact Buildin>! Department for required permits 508- 532 -5500 Police Details- Signage/Lighting Restrictions — Contact Police Department - Safety Officer, Licensine Officer & Detail Officer - 508- 872 -1212 Workers Compensation Affidavit & Information Page from the Workers Comp. Policy must be submitted before license is issued. The event(s) shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the MGL Chapter 140, Section 183A and all amendments thereof, the By -Laws of Framingham and the terms and con itions im osed by the Board of Selectmen. . signature of Applicant Approved: POLICE DEPARTMENT Date BOARD OF HEALTH Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT Date FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive Date S: \Marve\Ar)r)lications &Licenses \ExhibitionShowAmusem oli.doc or Federal ID #: tj( — l a 1— 9 F (5 ine.h M. Ferguson, -hief Steven D. Trask, Executive Officer Ronald Brandolini, Deputy Chief Kevin Slattery, Deputy Chief To: Robert Halpin, Town Manager From: Lieutenant Harry D. Wareham Subj: Alcohol licenses, Deluxe Depot Dinner Date: February 10, 2014 508 - 532 -5926 508 - 532 -5927 Fax 508 - 532 -5899 Donald Levy DOB 07/27/44 of 52 Hillside Rd Watertown Ma, is applying for an alcohol pouring license for the Deluxe Depot Dinner located at 417 Waverly Street. The applicant has a financial interest in two other restaurants that serve alcoholic beverages, Deluxe Town Diner in Watertown and Deluxe Station Diner in newton. There is no information that would cause the police to not recommend the issuance of the license. Watertown licensing officials report no violations. Newton Licensing officials report the Deluxe Station Diner has been open since 2010 and has not had any violations. The Proposed manager Donald Levy is also one of the owners. Mr. Levy has experience in the industry having owned and managed several restaurants. Mr. Levy reports that he will be on premise approximately 40 -60 hours a week. It appears Mr. Levy is of good character and is recommended for the position after he receives his alcohol server identification card. The proposed assistant manager, James L Kaye DOB 06/03/59 of 1624 Center Street Newton MA has experience in the industry. He is currently the manager of the Deluxe Town Diner. He reports he will spend between 20 -40 hours per week on the premise. Mr. Kaye appears to be a person of good character and is recommended for the position after he receives his server identification card. 1 William Welch Way Framingham, MA 01702 www.framinghampd.org Respectfully Submitted Lieutenant Harry D. Wareham Town of Framingham W Selectmen's Office &. License Administration Office 150 Concord Street - Memorial Building - Room 121 - Framingham, MA 01702 - 8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(Wraminghamma.gov Framingham Rules And Regulations Goveming Alcoholic Beverages - Attached APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Application Fee (New or Transfer Application) $500. Type of Liquor Application: Fee ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (POURING) $3,000. Existing Common Victualer's License MALT AND WINE LICENSE (POURING) ❑ $1,750. Yes ❑ License # No❑ ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (RETAIL) ❑ $2,100. MALT AND LICENSE (RETAIL) F1 $1,300. DATE: New Application sfer Renewal PP Other Name of Applicant: O tin `- C j 7 Specify Home Address: 52- k 1 � L A-- C kc\ UJ 7 Z Home Phone #: I 2 J L 5 2- 07 - ti L 1 �� �� r� &in Q. ` FAX �ra'A' W E-Mail deAuf- Social Security or Federal ID #: ; Business Name: 1 \ �'XN <% i T � Y1 �' L �- DBA: Business Address: Business Phone #: 61 T 7 V,>O C; &() 0"V Cd" / M FAX E-Mail Name & Location of Proposed Establishment: )4 17 f 6 �j601 n L g i Days and Hours of Operation: 3 dc�y 5 A M — i Z m J ►'1 i Manager DC) O AA -0 Le-U Assistant Manager J C&M l E KC',V Property Owner: A �� c� Y \ 1 �t� S "� e �� 'N >�1N t 06 Copy of Floor Plan `� Copy of Site Plan i/ Maximum Seating Maximum Occupancy # �� Town of Framingham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department Manager and Assistant Manager are Alcohol Server Trained ✓ Yes _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No All Employees must be Alcohol Server Trained & Registered with the Framingham Police Department prior to serving alcohol. NO BUSINESS MAY OPERATE WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE ON THE PREMISES I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owed have been paid: The applicant agre to o nn to th Statues, By- Laws and to the satisfaction of the Board of Selectmen. Applicant's Signature Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 - Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 - 5402 FA 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator m iaighamma gov " PLICATION FOR COMMON VICTUALER LICENSE Application Fee - $50.00 License Fee - $75.00 Common Victualer License Only ❑ Common Victualer with Liquor License NOV (� {' New Application � Transfer /From Other Date of Applicant: D t O X Name Telephone 617 73'( 6 56Q FAX 6 I _ � 6 E-mai �'��c�Uj1(� c� , � ON Social Security #: I Federal ID Business Name: L` o x(e- Qc K � D i nor LL Business Address: Telephone FAX 6 C , I Z 3 Z E-mail Name of Proposed Establishment: )eA U , )(e I Days & Hours of operation: P _, q 1 2 d . Property Owner: _ 0 - 1 54 - ay ro i A t (1), . L L Property Owner's Mailing Address: 9 7 my, L ` -� �; CCU V) Change in Floor Plan must be approved by the Board of Selectmen Copy of Floor Plan Enclosed Maximum Seating # Copy of Site Plan Enclosed ✓ Maximum Occupancy # Manager. Do N A L 1 Le IM Inc ,�, cty�neX Assistant Manager: r� Ct'vV1 1 KLY (Alcohol License Only) Town of Framingham - Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. All Employees are Alcohol Server Trained — Police _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No W I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owned have been paid: Applicant s Signature BOARD OF HEALTH Memorial Building, Rm, 221 BUILDING DEPARTMENT Memorial Building, Rm. 203 TREASURER Memorial Building, Rm, I I I FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive Date Date Date Date POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 William Welch Way Date DPW 100 Western Avenue Date o� Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street— Memorial Building— Room 121 Franungham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr( )frami nghamtna.gov APPLICATION FOR EXHIBITION, SHOW OR AMUSEMENT LICENSE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Application Fee - $15.00 Licensing Fee - $10.00 Per Day ($50.00 Maximum Per Year) Yearly License- $50.00 Yearly License Seasonal _ One -day Please submit 2 weeks prior to event Date Name of Applicant/Organization �e axe_ �� 17 \ y f- X I�e Address of Applicant 1 7 Social Security #: or Federal ID =Telephone - 7 - 7 S n - SGtk E -Mail Location of Event W60 \l (� �V (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Public Show Live Entertainment Date of event(s) ��_ Hours of event(s) rY1 rn ` t ,,, Approximate number of people expected (Over 500 people — Applicant must submit parking plan) - (Nevins Hall Maximum Occupancy with Alcohol 533) Food Permits - Contact Board of Health for requirements 508- 532 -5470 Fire Details - Permits - Contact Fire Department for required permits 508 -532 -5930 Tents - Wiring- Signage - Contact BuildinLy Department for required permits 508 -532 -5500 Police Details- Signage/Lighting Restrictions — Contact Police Department - Safety Officer, Licensing Officer & Detail Officer - 508 - 872 -1212 Workers Compensation Affidavit & Information Page from the Workers Comp. Policy must be submitted before license is issued. The event(s) shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of the MGL Chapter 140, Section 183A and all amendments thereof, the By -Laws of Framingham and the terms and con itions osed by the Board of Selectmen. � /i � l�/ /i Signature of Applicant • Approved: POLICE DEPARTMENT :?- Date BOARD OF HEALTH Date BUILDING DEPARTMENT Date FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive Date S: \Marye\Applications& Licenses \ExhibitionShowAmusemtAppli.doc Town of Framingham Selectmen's Office License Administration 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121 Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator APPLICATION FOR SUNDAY ENTERTAINMENT LICENSE Town of Framingham - Application Fee $15.00 — Licensing Fee: $75.00 Commonwealth of Massachusetts - _Regular Sunday Hours 1:00 PM — Midnight $50.00 - Special Sunday Hours 12:00 PM —1:00 PM $100.00 Date: N U 0 4 Z b ) Name of Applicant Business Name I"U Xc_ a In DBA ,1b (a�, D-ffp�% 1 T I Y) e_ Address A F rt i-y✓l i (7 -*� u6- I l Telephone FAX EMail Type of Entertainment r r) C ,S l C � (Public Show /Live Entertainment/Band) - (Floor Plan/Site Plan must be submitted with application) Type of Machine Number of Machine Owner of Machine Business Address Brief statement of agreement between applicant and owner for compensation or any other consideration to applicant for use of premises for the machine. Police j r Date Building Date S: \Marye\Applications& Licenses \SundayEntertainmentApp.doc Revised 10/11/12 Town of Framingham ® Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street —Memorial Building —Room 121 -Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508 -532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr( framinghamma.gov Framingham Rules And Regulations Goveming Alcoholic Beverages — Attached APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE Application Fee (New or Transfer Application) $500. Type of Liquor Application: Fee ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (POURING) $3,000. Existing Common Victualer's License MALT AND WINE LICENSE (POURING) ❑ $1,750. Yes ❑ License # No❑ ALL ALCOHOL LICENSE (RETAIL) ❑ $2,100. MALT AND INE LICENSE (RETAIL) F1 $1 ,300 . New A PP lication V' Transfer Renewal Other Name of Applicant: Home Address: Home Phone #: Social Security Business Name: DBA: Business Address: DATE: Specify FAX E -Mail ��c� i;k_ V Y�' � t � ` or FederalID# - l a 1 - R S 1 ,5" e_ Business Phone k 61 7 _7 L In W FAX E -Mail Name & Location of Proposed Establishment: H 7 WCO/ En LY S i Days and Hours of Operation: AM f z m i 1 Manager: DC) Q Le- U \1I Assistant Manager `1 C,f M I IE- KC,,\/ Property Owner: Copy of Floor Plan Copy of Site Plan i/ Maximum Seating # n& Maximum Occupancy # Town of Framingham — Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. Manager and Assistant Manager are Alcohol Server Trained ✓ Yes _ No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No All Employees must be Alcohol Server Trained & Registered with the Framingham Police Department prior to serving alcohol. NO BUSINESS MAY OPERATE WITHOUT A VALID LICENSE ON THE PREMISES I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owed have been paid: The applicant agrees to o to th Statues, By- Laws and to the satisfaction of the Board of Selectmen. Applicant's Signature Town of Framingham. Selectmen's Office License Administration Office 150 Concord Street — Memorial Building — Room 121- Framingham, MA 01702 -8325 Telephone: 508 -532 -5402 FAX 508- 532 -5409 Maryellen Rupp, License Administrator mr(@framingliamma.gov APPLICATION FOR COMMON VICTUALER LICENSE Application Fee - $50.00 License Fee - $75.00 Common Victualer License Only ❑ Common Victualer with Liquor License New Application y1 Transfer N /From Date Other of Applicant: De� UX E� De C)1 ID 1 rl dip' L E Name Telephone & 17 7�0 6 5 0 FAX 6 E -Mail. Ao yi C AA L: 4 Yc =i,rds Social Security #: Federal ID #: /-/ (a - l a ) - 9 S ) 5 Business Name: )M vxx Qc N � D l ncC r LL-( Business Address: Telephone FAX 617 61 3 Z6 Y E -Mail S -I re m t rcovo1 riy tl �� Name of Proposed Establishment: 0eA U xe-- k - D A lnc,)(�, Days & Hours of operation: 7 DAYS (S Iff ryg — 1 nq , d 17„ Property Owner: 0):40 ► C Ff ��.'� 1 c v (� LC ) Property Owner's Mailing Address: a r T. Change in Floor Plan must be approved by the Board of Selectmen Copy of Floor Plan Enclosed Maximum Seating # Copy of Site Plan Enclosed ✓ Maximum Occupancy # Manager: DO N t j) Le v � - Pa1%ne� Assistant Manager: ) ccwi l E7 KG. V _ - (alcohol License Only) Town of Framingham — Policy on Alcohol Licenses Section I, Para. 2.& 3. All employees serving the public are required to have successfully completed an alcoholic beverage training program. Special identification cards shall be required for persons who are employed in the direct sale and service of alcoholic beverages. These will be issued through the Framingham Police Department. All Employees are Alcohol Server Trained _✓Yes No & Registered with the Framingham Police Department Yes No Wyk\ v r- - v' I, the undersigned, state that the information provided in this application, and associated attachments, is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. Furthermore, I certify under the penalties of perjury, that all taxes, fees, and fines owned have been paid: /1 -Y'� Applicant's Signature BOARD OF HEALTH Memorial Building, Rm. 221 BUILDING DEPARTMENT Date Memorial Building, Rm. 203 TREASURER Date Memorial Building, Rm. I I I Date FIRE DEPARTMENT 10 Loring Drive Date POLICE DEPARTMENT 1 WillT W Date DPW a_ 1 VV e _ Avenue Date E ^K = M" C OPEN SESSION NO HANDOUTS FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEM: 3. Joint Meeting with Legislators Framingham Rental Unit Inspection Program March 4, 2014 Robert Halpin, Town Manager Steven Ward, Director of Public Health Michael Tusino, Director of Inspectional Services Roberto Santamaria, Deputy Health Director Christopher Webb, Malden Director of Public Health Continuation of a diverse mix of housing Encourage neighborhood conservation 43% of the Town's Housing is rental Housing Plan Strategies including: Code Enforcement focused on Problem Properties and blight outside Elimination of substandard living condition inside per State Sanitary Code Code Enforcement Task Force Code Enforcement Task Force — Interdepartmental Effort CETF) Focuses on livable neighborhoods The CETF is a proven results based program the focuses on neighborhoods selected by municipal officials and neighborhood representatives Stays with specific neighborhoods until the problems are corrected Pre - occupancy Inspection Program Rationale Creation of aPre- occupancy Inspection program for certain Rental Units Current (Complaint - Based) inspection effort is reactive and adversarial Apre - occupancy inspection program is proactive, collaborative, and creates value for landlords AND tenants Has lead to a demonstrated improvement to living conditions in other communities and is in concert with the Healthy Home - Prevention Wellness Trust Fund Grant initiatives Communities with Similar Programs Malden Everett Boston Sowell Overview Rental Unit Inspection Program Program increases the quality of rental housing stock via pre - rental inspections Tenants are assured of a rental unit that meets building, fire and health/housing code thereby increasing desire to rent landlords assured that rental unit that meets building, fire and health /housing codes before unit is occupied Neighborhood/municipality benefits from increase and quality of rental units — including exterior of dwelling units Benefits to Municipality Establish systemic inspection stock that assures compliance building codes Reduces the need to health/housing code) complaints program of rental housing with health, fire and seek (building, fire and � compliance through court Enhances interdepartmental cooperation among, Building, Fire and Health Departments Improves rental unit stock as landlords may learn of CDBG funding and additional grant opportunities to improve rental units conditions Core Pre - rental Program Needs Municipal Hearing Officer v. District Court Hearing Officer Technology: Field technology (iPacl /tablet) coordinated compatible office technology to assign work, conduct field inspections, track and store data in a time efficient manner Revolving Account v, General Revenue Account to establish dedicated funding to develop and sustaining the Pre - rental Program Use and utility of Municipal Lien Process Rental Unit Program Pre — Implementation Phase YEAR ONE First year market program via website, social media, education, mailing and e- newsletters Schedule meetings with realtors, landlords and tenant groups to answer questions about the program Develop program needs including Municipal Hearing Officer, Technology, staffing levels and financial mechanism (revolving account) Select rental unit stock for implementation that is commensurate with staffing and funding needs Revenue Generation to Support Program Application fee is $15 for rental unit inspection Reinspection Fee is $25. More than one reinspection fee maybe required Non — Criminal ticketing fines revenue is realized by the town with a Municipal Hearing Officer Enforcement Landlords receive orders to correct Violation are corrected — Rental Unit Inspection Certificate is issued Property Owner may petition BOH for a Hearing regarding Housing Code violations Non Criminal tickets may be heard before the Town's Hearing Officer upon petition Non - criminal tickets and property liens Next Steps Update to Boards at Subsequent Meeting Adoption of Board of Health Pre -renta Regulation Creation of Municipal Revolving Account Marketing of Program QUESTIONS ? TRANSFER TO THE GIC (GROUP INSURANCE COMMISSION) TIMELINE January 31, 2014 Mail Initial letter and required documentation list to employees and retirees February 19, 2014 Joint Municipal/ School coordination meeting, including Superintendent Scott and School HR staff to review plan, the requirements, establish specific time lines, and specific roles and responsibilities with regard to the transition to GIC. February 28, 2014 Joint Municipal/ School HR staff meeting to review required documentation and collection of documentation February 28, 2014 Town HR will send complete Town of Framingham data file and sent to GIC February 28, 2014 Town HR will confirm Informational Session schedule March 4, 2014 Meet with Public Information Officer to establish communication and outreach plan using all available methods: Website, Social Media, Cable TV, FAQ's, etc. March 7, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected March 14, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected March 21, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected March 28, 2014 GIC insurance plans confirmed and rates set March 28, 2014 Meet with PEC to provide FAQ's, schedules, electronic information, provide preview of Informational Session presentation. March 28, 2014 Enrollment materials distributed to all employees and retirees along with schedule for Informational sessions March 28, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected April 1, 2014 GIC Coordinator training for HR staff April 1, 2014 Town HR will begin Information sessions at various sites - see attached April 4, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected April 9, 2014 Open enrollment begins April 9th April 11, 2014 State wide Health Fairs begin. Framingham will host the Vendor Fair on April 25th at Nevins Hall. Employees can attend any Health Fair in Massachusetts - see attached schedule. April 11, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected April 18, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected April 21, 2014 Meet with School HR, Police Rep, Fire Rep, Library Rep and DPW Rep to review Health Fair expectations, roles and responsibilities May 2, 2014 Town HR will meet with schools to update and collect documentation that each school has collected May 9, 2014 Open enrollment ends - final collection of all documentation July 1, 2014 GIC health plans take effect APRIL 2014 GIC INFORMATIONAL SESSION SCHEDULE Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 Fire & DPW Fire &DPW 6:00 -9:00 6:00 -9:00 ;Location: TBD Location: TBD 6 7 ; 8 9 10 11 112 Town Hall Emp. ! Park & Rec. Town Hall Emp. School 9:00- 11:00am 19:00- 11:00am 2:00- 4:00pm 3:00- 6:00pm Loc; Blumer Loc: Cushing Loc: Blumer Location: TBD 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Police Retirees Police Retirees 7:30am 2:00- 4:00pm 2:30pm 9:00- 11:00am Loc, Tr. Room Callahan Ctr. Loc: Tr. Room Callahan Ctr. 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 PATRIOTS Retirees Library VENDOR DAY 2:00.4:00pm Time: TBD FAIR Callahan Ctr. 27 28 29 30 School School 3:00- 6:00pm 2:00- 6:00pm Location: TBD Location: TBD TOWN OF FRAMINGHAM "Dedicated to DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS Exceffence in Tubric Sanitation Division Service" PETER A. SELLERS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR I FDPW PAUL G. BARDEN DEPUTYDIRECTOR I FDPW DANIEL NAU DARREN A. GUERTIN OP Eaw Teo NS MA AG9 I SANI' Memorandum To: Selectmen From: Solid Waste Management Division Date: 2/26/14 Re: Transition to Automation (Phase II Curbside Waste Collection) It is with great excitement The Department of Public Works brings forth Phase II of the Sanitation Division's Transition to Automation. During Phase I, in 2011 the Town reviewed its curbside recycling collection and voted to take a new direction toward a more technologically advanced collection program. This initiative enabled the department to review its current operation and move from a dangerous outdated technique, to a more futuristic and responsible way of collecting materials. The town was able to preserve Sanitation Division core services (i.e. Recycling Center Operations and Yard Waste Drop -Off Site) while saving money on contract cost moving to a single stream bi- weekly collection with a private hauler. Now during Phase II, once again, the Department of Public Works is asking for Town Meeting support in an effort to complete the transition to automation modernizing the way curbside refuse is collected shifting from a dangerous manual collection style (driver and collector) to a more efficient and safe fully automated style (driver and mechanical lifting device with carts on the curb). Currently, the Town of Framingham offers curbside collection of refuse and recyclables to single family residents and multi- tenant dwellings up to 4 units. For refuse collection, residents are allowed to place at the curb up to three 35 -gal barrels or bags not to exceed 4o lbs each (105 gal limit for each household). The division proposes to covert from trash cans and bags to a cart style collection. Recyclables are collected by E.L Harvey's and Sons, the Towns Contractor, using automated refuse trucks (driver only). Standard 35, 64, and 96 gal recycling carts were provided to residents at the on- set of the automated collection program instituted in 2011 for recycling collection. The division proposes to assume the recycling collection duties once the contract expires. The Town spends over one million dollars annually to dispose of municipal solid waste (MSW) collected from residents at curbside. Similarly, the costs incurred from contracting curbside recycling collection with Harvey's averages $537,706 annually (total contract = $2,688,533.00). The contract is scheduled to expire on June 30, 2016. MEMORIAL BUILDING 1 150 CONCORD STREET I FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 01702 1 TEL 508 - 620 -4880 1 FAX 508 - 872 -5616 FYI appropriations will enable the department to acquire the necessary equipment to assume the duties of the curbside recycling collection program once the five year contract expires in 2016. This presents the Town with an extraordinary opportunity to save in projected contract costs over 10 years while continuing to deliver exceptional customer service supplying residents with both weekly curbside refuse and recycling collection. Thank you, Sanitation Division Cc. Peter A. Sellers, Executive Director I Public Works Paul G. Barden, Deputy Director I Public Works Daniel Nau, Director of Highway and Sanitation I Public Works Darren A. Guertin, Solid Waste Operations Manager I Public Works MEMORIAL BUILDING 1 150 CONCORD STREET I FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 01702 1 TEL 508 - 620 -4880 1 FAX 508 - 872 -5616 Town of Framingham Department of Public Works Sanitation &Recycling Division W .. ^f Transition to Automation Muni cipal Solid Waste (MSW) Fugue Operation Phase II 1 Manual Curbside Refuse Collection to Fully Automated Curbside Collection Trash Cans and Bags to Carts for Residential Units (Curbside Refuse Collection) 1 Town Provided Services Both Curbside Solid Waste & Recycling Curbside Single Stream Recycling - Contract Automated Bi- Weekly Collection with a Private Hauler to Preserve Core Services "Carts on the Curb** Solid Waste Division Transition Automation ** Carts on the Curb** Town Provided Services Both Curbside Solid Waste & Recycling Muni cipal Solid Waste (MSW) Future Operadon Sanitation Worker is Within the Top 10 Most Dangerous Jobs Reduce the Risk of Serious Injury Lessening the Physical Demands on Workers & Minimize Worker Injuries Reduce Workmen's Compensation Claims Clean up the Streets, Beautify the Town Better Curbside Presentation Less Debris Comply with Stormwater Regulations Town Staff Control and Oversight Supports Future Initiatives (Weekly Recycling Collection) Saves Time and Money New Technology Allows for Faster Collection Times Less Labor Intensive Wheeled Carts are Easier to Move Than Cans and Bags Wheeled Carts are More Durable V 1.11ank You for YO ur kj 1)111 Framingham Department of Public Works Il FRAMINGHAM COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT � oR , oRp7EO ,,o MEMORIAL BUILDING - 150 CONCORD STREET - ROOM 137 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01702 -8325 TELEPHONE: 508.532.5455 FAx: 508.532.5461 TO: Dennis L. Giombetti, Chair and Members of the Framingham Board of Selectmen Via: Arthur P. Robert, Director of Community and Economic Development From: Daphne M. Collins, Community Development Coordinator Subject: Proposed FY2015 CDBG and HOME Budget Date: February 19, 2014 Enclosed please find the recommended Budgets for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Programs for Fiscal 2015, together with the detailed information attached. The budgets for both programs are estimated on an anticipated level funding from the FY2014 allocations: Fiscal 2015 CDBG Funds CDBG Allocation: CDBG Program Income: Unspent Prior -Year CDBG Funds Est. Total Available $477,548 (No change from FY14) $40,000 (projected, no change from FY14) $ 47,150 $564,698 Fiscal 2015 HOME Funds HOME Allocation: HOME Program Income: Unspent Prior -Year HOME Funds: Est.Total available: $213,747 (No change from FY14 $ 0 (projected, no change from FY14) (no change from FY14) $213,747 Following the community process established in the FY2010 -2015 Framingham Citizen Participation Plan, the funding recommendations presented were arrived from proposals received from the FY2015 CDBG /HOME Request for Proposals, programs identified by CED staff and reviewed against priority needs established in the 2010 -2015 Framingham Consolidated Plan, the Framingham Neighborhood Revitalization Strategy Area Plan and input from the community for any new needs. All eligible public services proposals were referred and forwarded to the Community Development Committee (CDC). The CDC reviewed and made funding recommendations for the public services budget S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BoS Meeting 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BOS Letter.docx at a public meeting with input from the community. The remainder of the budget for CDBG as well as HOME represents the recommendations of the CED and the Town Manager. I respectfully request that you: • Sponsor a Town Meeting article to secure approval of the recommended CDBG Budget. A motion to the above effect is attached, pending your approval of the recommended CDBG Budget. • Vote to approve the recommended HOME Budget. Town Meeting action is not required. CC: Beverly Good, Chair S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BoS Meeting 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BOS Letter.docx 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV PROPOSED USES OF FISCAL 2015 CDBG FUNDS 1.0 ADMINISTRATION /PLANNING $103,509 2.0 HOUSING REHABILITATION $203,232 2.1 Housing Rehabilitation $143,232 Sponsor. Community and Economic Development 2.2 Code Enforcement $60,000 Sponsor. Building & Inspectional Services 3.0 PUBLIC FACILITIES IMPROVEMENTS $130,000 3.1 Bowditch Baseball Field (Phase II) - ADA accessible bleachers $70,000 Sponsor. Framingham Parks and Recreation 3.2 John J. Gallagher Drive Improvements $60,000 Sponsor. Framingham Housing Authority 4.0 PUBLIC SERVICES $75,207 ** 4.1 Literacy Unlimited $12,000 Sponsor. Framingham Public Library 4.2 Framingham Adult ESL Plus $20,000 Sponsor. Framingham Adult ESL Program 4.3 Community Connections Summer Work Program $24,000 Sponsor. Framingham Coalition Community Connections 4.4 Resiliency for Life Program Summer Program $6,346 Sponsor. Resiliency for Life Advisory Board 4.5 Healthy Options for Progress through Education (H.O.P.E.) $7,861 Sponsor. Pelham Apartments Residential Services 4.6 Hoops for Homework $5,000 Sponsor. SMOC 5.0 DOWNTOWN IMPROVEMENTS $52,750 5.1 South Framingham Main Streets Program $50,000 Sponsor. Framingham Downtown Renaissance 5.2 Downtown Commercial Improvement Program $2,750 Sponsor. Community Development Department /FDC S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2O15 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 1 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV TOTALS $564,698 * Administration: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Administration is $103.509 * , 20% of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus Program Income realized in the program year. ** Public Services: The maximum amount of funds that may be budgeted to Public Services is $75,207, 15 %of the sum of the Entitlement Grant plus Program Income realized in the program year. PROPOSED USES OF FISCAL 2015 HOME FUNDS 1.0 Housing Rehabilitation Loan program $100,458 Sponsor. Community Development Department 2.0 Tribune Apartments $50,000 Sponsor. Preservation Options of Affordable Housing 3.0 CHDO Development Set -aside $35,898* Sponsor. Framingham Development Corporation ** 4.0 CHDO Operations Set -aside $11,966* Sponsor. Framingham Development Corporation ** 5.0 Home Program Administration $15,425 Sponsor. Community Development Department OTALS: $213,747 * CHDO Set - Asides: HUD mandates that at least 15% of HOME grant allocations be reserved for development of affordable housing by a designated Community Based Development Organization (CHDO), and a further minimum of 5% of grant funds be reserved for CHDO operations. * *Under the new HOME Rule, the Framingham Development Corporation (FDC) is not a certified CHODO without some organizational changes. Changes would need to be implemented prior to any future CHODO funded projects. S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 2 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV >1.0 ADMINISTRATION >& PLANNING o Goal To administer the CDBG program effectively and equitably and to ensure that all members of the community can participate in or benefit from program activities. 1.1 CDBG PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $103,509 $103,509 Funds for the administration and planning costs of the CDBG program. No more than 20% of the grant allocation and program income earned can be allocated for administration. o Goal To arrest deterioration in the existing housing stock and to stabilize neighborhoods through ongoing financial and technical housing rehabilitation assistance to property owners. 2.1 HOUSING REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HRAP) $143,232 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $103,232 Program Income: $40,000 In Fiscal 2015 HRAP will provide deferred, no- interest loans to repair code violations, improve energy efficiency and enhance ADA- accessibility in 2 -4 owner - occupied homes with lower- income owners, and, if possible, 1 to 2 rental units occupied by lower- income tenants. Both CDBG and HOME funds will be used for loan capital. CDBG & HOME funds will be loaned to eligible owners, in any area of Town, to address emergency repair needs, such as heating system and roofing repairs. Rehabilitation funds will be loaned to eligible homeowners and multi - family residences in low- income target neighborhoods to fix housing code violations and to improve exterior appearances. In addition to loans, technical assistance on financial and rehabilitation matters is provided. CDBG monies will also pay for administrative and program delivery costs, including partial salary and benefits for a the Housing Quality Inspector position who manages the CDBG & HOME funded HRAP Program while also performing additional residential code enforcement and coordinating the Town's Code Enforcement Task Force. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 3 -6 Dwelling Units; very low, low & moderate - income clientele. S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 3 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV 2.2 NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION /CODE ENFORCEMENT $60,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Inspectional Services Division Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $60,000 The Town has prioritized stronger residential code enforcement to address substandard and overcrowded housing conditions and provide neighborhood stabilization outcomes particularly to poorer neighborhoods. The Town will use CDBG funds to pay for housing inspections in targeted low /moderate- income (LM) neighborhoods. Housing code violations will be required to be corrected by the property owners, in partnership, where possible with the Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program (HRAP). PERFORMANCE TARGET: 400 inspections in LM areas). 3.0 PUBLIC MPROVEMENTS o Goals To improve infrastructure that will prolong the useful life of public facilities; and to remove architectural barriers to improve access to public and private facilities. 3.1 BOWDITCH BASEBALL FIELD - ADA ACCESSIBLE BLEACHERS $70,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Parks & Recreation Division Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $47,850 Prior Year Funds: $22,150 Phase II of the Bowditch Baseball Field to install a second set of ADA - accessible bleachers at the Bowditch Recreation Complex and complete making the facility ADA compliant. Phase I funded in FY2014 was completed and came under budget, those funds will be reallocated and applied to the Phase II costs. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 1 public facility serving residents with impaired mobility. 3.2 JOHN J. GALLAGHER DRIVE - ADA IMPROVEMENTS $60,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Housing Authority Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $60,000 Funding to for road and sidewalk and accessible curb cuts improvements on John J. Gallagher Drive serving a 40 unit senior and disabled housing complex. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Improvements serving very low, low and moderate income elder and disable households. S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2O15 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 4 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV o Goal To improve the quality of life for low and very low income residents of the Town through the provision of public services. 4.1 LITERACY UNLIMITED PROGRAM SPONSOR: Framingham Public Library $12,000 Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $12,000 Partial funding is sought to continue the work of an adult literacy training program which features trained volunteer tutors to teach basic reading, writing, and computational skills, to illiterate and learning disabled adults on a one -to -one basis and in groups. The range of activities include classroom training of tutors, one -to -one tutoring, tutoring in conversational English to limited English speakers, counseling, job development, General Equivalency Diploma (GED) preparation and materials, and maintenance of student and tutor support networks. CDBG funds support the administrative staff to recruit and train hundreds of volunteer tutors. The program will evaluate students initially and on an on -going basis, develop a learning plan for each low level literacy student, and provide guidance to tutors as they work with these students. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 200 very low, low & moderate - income clients. 4.2 FRAMINGHAM ADULT ESL PLUS PROJECT $20,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Adult ESL Program Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $20,000 Partial funding is sought to provide free English -as -a- Second Language classes, training, and development to adult (ages 18 - 85) limited - English speakers to facilitate their integration into the community, prepare for their GED, Citizenship Preparation classes, the job market, customs, culture and the law. Funds will meet the cost of instructors, and counseling support for three full capacity classes of instruction for two semesters operated during the evening hours. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 60 very low, low & moderate - income clients. 4.3 COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS SUMMER WORK PROGRAM SPONSOR: Community Connections /Framingham Coalition Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $24,000 $24,000 Funding is being requested to provide a youth summer work program to employ a total of 30 teens (ages 14 to 17) that live in low socioeconomic Framingham neighborhoods. The program will operate during the summer months for two, two and a half week sessions in which teens will learn responsibility and investment in their community by implementing appropriate landscaping, general S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2O15 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 5 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV clean up, painting, maintenance skills, and work together as a team by completing projects assigned to them. Because this will be a first job for most, teens will also learn the interview process and how to complete a job application. These sessions are supervised (on -site) by adults who have numerous years of experience working with youth in both a school and community settings. The program will involve orientation and participation in enrichment sessions on safety and health issues. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 30 very low, low & moderate - income clients. 4.4 RESILIENCY FOR LIFE PROGRAM $6,346 SPONSOR: Resiliency for Life Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $6,346 Funding is requested to provide an intervention program serving under - achieving at -risk incoming freshmen at Framingham High School. The mission is to take students most at risk of academic failure, truancy, and delinquency and help them develop the skills and confidence they need to turn around their education and lives. This proposal seeks funds towards the Resiliency for Life Math /English Institute, a summer school program offering math and literacy skills and the semester - long MICAS and SAT prep classes. Students will attend the Summer Institute for four weeks, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. English & Math programs will focus on important elements to facilitate a smooth transition to 9th grade math. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 15 -20 very low, low & moderate- income clients. 4.5 H.O.P.E. (HEALTHY OPTIONS FOR PROGRESS THROUGH EDUCATION) $7,861 SPONSOR: Pelham II Corporation Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $7,861 H.O.P.E. is requesting funding for their on -site community -based program, which is geared toward 14 -21 year old youth residing at the Pelham Apartments. H.O.P.E. provides access to computer technology that supports academic success and obtaining betterjobs. H.O.P.E. provides one -on -one mentoring, community engagement, healthcare information, and other social services. Monthly field trips to educational, cultural, and science institutions will be organized. The proposed program will be conducted during the evening hours of 5:30 -8:30 p.m. A family night will be offered once per month where student progress will be reported to the parent or legal guardian. The funds will directly pay the part -time bilingual program coordinator, program supplies, and costs associated with weekly programs and instructions and related materials. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 40 very low, low & moderate - income clients. 4.6 HOOPS FOR HOMEWORK $5,000 SPONSOR: South Middlesex Opportunity Council (SMOC) Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $5,000 S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 6 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV Educational and recreational after-school program for school age children located at the Pelham Apartments and the Carlson and Pusan Roads Community Rooms. Homework assistance, snack, on- site tutoring and recreational activities. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 50 very low, low & moderate - income clients. 0 Goal To improve the quality of life for low and moderate - income people by improving economic conditions for small businesses in Downtown Crossroad NRSA that serve local residents. 5.1 SOUTH FRAMINGHAM MAIN STREETS PROGRAM $50,000 SPONSOR: Framingham Downtown Renaissance (F.D.R.) Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $25,000 Unused Prior Years Funds: $25,000 F.D.R. seeks partial funding a South Framingham "Main Streets" program for the Town's Downtown /Crossroads NRSA business district and surrounding residential neighborhoods, where 66% of residents have low or moderate - incomes. Funds will pay for staff who will promote the economic development of the area by providing marketing or other technical assistance to firms that serve neighborhood residents as well as small businesses owned by low or moderate - income people, hold community events, assist new businesses, and serve as liaison and support during the Downtown redesign and reconstruction project. Unused funds from the Faqade and Sign Improvement Program from prior years has been reallocated to this project. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 100 small. local businesses that serve clientele from LM areas and eight marketing events. 5.2 DOWNTOWN COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM $2,750 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department /FDR Sources of funds: CDBG Entitlement Grant: $2,750 Funding is requested for partial funding for downtown parking wayfinding sign age needed during the Downtown Framingham Redesign project to assist businesses and patrons. PERFORMANCE TARGET: Up to 3 -5 signs /banners. CDBG GRAND TOTAL, Fiscal 2015: $564,69 FISCAL 2015 RECOMMENDED HOME PROJECT BACKGROUND S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 7 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV o Goal To rehabilitate the town's affordable housing stock to preserve /improve habitability. To arrest deterioration in the existing housing stock and to stabilize neighborhoods through ongoing financial and technical housing rehabilitation assistance to property owners. 1.1 TRIBUNE APARTMENTS $50,000 SPONSOR: Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH) Sources of funds: HOME Entitlement Grant: $50,000 Funds for renovating the Tribune Apartments residential development, which contains fifty -three (53) apartments for low- income tenants elderly and disabled tenants located in the Downtown. Supported improvements will improve the assisted units to current standards. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 3 -5 dwelling units: very low & low- income tenants. 1.2 HOUSING REHABILITATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HRAP) $100,458 SPONSOR: Framingham Community Development Department Sources of funds: HOME Entitlement Grant: $100,458 In Fiscal 2015, HOME funds will be included in the HRAP to provide deferred, no- interest loans to repair code violations, delead, improve energy efficiency, and enhance ADA- accessibility in 2 -4 owner - occupied homes with lower- income owners, in low- income target neighborhoods. In addition to loans, technical assistance on financial and rehabilitation matters is provided. PERFORMANCE TARGET: 2 -4 Dwelling Units; very low, low & moderate - income clientele. o Goal Set - aside, per federal regulations, HOME funds for use by a local Community Housing Development Organization to develop affordable housing in Framingham. 2.1 CHDO DEVELOPMENTSETASIDE (Min 15 %) $35,898 SPONSOR: Community Development Department/ FDC Sources of funds: HOME Entitlement Grant: $35,898 Development capital for the Framingham Development Corporation, the local Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). Due to a change to the HOME rule, the FDC will need to adopt organizational changes prior to undertaking future development projects. The minimum set -aside is S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 8 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV recommended pending the change. These funds will be targeted to acquire and rehabilitate dilapidated or distressed homes, including those owned by financial institutions or in foreclosure. PERFORMANCE TARGET: TBD. 2.2 CHDO OPERATIONS SET-ASIDE (Min 5 %) SPONSOR: Community Development Department/ FDC Sources of funds: HOME Entitlement Grant: $11,966 $11,966 Administrative funding for the Framingham Development Corporation (FDC), the local Community Housing Development Organization (CHDO). Due to a change to the HOME rule, the FDC will need to adopt organizational changes prior to allocating the funds. The minimum set -aside is recommended pending the change. PERFORMANCE TARGET: NA. o Goal To administer the HOME Program effectively and equitably and to ensure that all members of the community can participate in or benefit from program activities. 3.1 HOME ADMINISTRATION SPONSOR: Community Development Department Sources of funds: HOME Entitlement Grant: $15,425 $15,425 Funds to pay staff costs for the administration of the HOME Program. PERFORMANCE TARGET: N /A. HOME GRAND TOTAL, Fiscal 2015: $213,747 S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 9 150 CONCORD STREET ° MEMORIAL BUILDING ° ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MAO 1702-8325 TEL: 508.532.5455 ° FAX: 508.532 -5461 ° WEB: WWW.FRAMINGHAMMA.GOV 2015 Annual Town Meeting Article To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept and expend funds in accordance with the provisions of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and regulations promulgated thereunder by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Pass any vote or take any action relative thereto. MOTION I move to authorize the Board of Selectmen to accept and expend funds in accordance with the provisions of Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended, and regulations promulgated thereunder by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and in accordance with the "Proposed Statement of Community Development Objectives and Projected Use of Funds" approved by the Board of Selectmen on March 5, 2014 with the amounts of funding increased or decreased proportionately to the percentage change in actual Entitlement Grant funding available versus estimated Entitlement Grant funding available. Said projected use of funds is shown on the attached pages. Sponsor: Board of Selectmen S: \Selectmen -Town Manager \BOS MEETINGS \BOS Meeti ng 2014 \Handouts \03 04 2014 \7. FY2015 CDBGHOME BUDGET BOS (2) . docx 10 To: Via: From: Subject: Date: FRAMINGHAM COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT MEMORIAL BUILDING - 150 CONCORD STREET - ROOM B -2 FRAMINGHAM, MA 01702 -8325 TELEPHONE: 508.532.5455 FAx: 508.532.5461 Dennis L. Giombetti, Chairman and Members of the Framingham Board of Selectmen Arthur P. Robert, Director of Community and Economic Development Daphne M. Collins, Community Development Coordinator Community Development Committee Funding Recommendations for FY2015 CDBG Public Services Program February 19, 2014 At a Public Meeting held on January 28, 2014, the Community Development Committee CDC reviewed public services proposals received in response to the FY2015 CDBG /HOME Request for Proposals. Seven proposals were received totaling $104,096, for an estimated available public services budget of $75,207. The Community Development Committee voted unanimously to recommend the following public services funding allocations: 4.1 Resiliency for Life Summer Program $6,346 Sponsor: Resiliency for Life 4.2 LVM Literacy Unlimited $12,000 Framingham Public Library 4.3 Community Connections $24,000 Framingham Coalition 4.4 H. 0. P. E. $7,861 Pelham Apartments Residential Services 4.5 Framingham Adult ESL Plus $20,000 Framingham Adult ESL 4.6 Hoops for Homework $5,000 TOTAL $75,207 If there is a change in the allocation from the estimated amount, the CDC voted to divide equitably between the grantees any increase or decrease. *Public services funding is limited to 15% of the Entitlement grant plus program income realized in the year. s: \selectmen -town manager \bos meetings \bos meeting 2014 \handouts \03 04 2014 \7. fy2015 cdc public services bos recommendation.docx CC: Beverly Good, Chair and Members of the Community Development Committee s: \selectmen -town manager \bos meetings \bos meeting 2014 \handouts \03 04 2014 \7. fy2015 cdc public services bos recommendation.docx Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program (5th Year of Framingham's2011 -15 Consolidated Plan & 3rd Year of the 2013 -15 Framingham NRSA) Community &Economic Development Division March 4, 2014 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program Program Mission The federal grant funds are used to assist Framingham's neediest low and moderate income residents. Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) — supports housing renovation, social services programs, improvement to public facilities (street, building and playgrounds, administration and economic development. HOME Investment Program — used to rehabilitate, preserve and develop affordable housing in Framingham. Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY2015 Fiscal CDBG Allocation Trend $700,000 $600,000 $500,000 $400,000 $300,000 $200,000 $100,000 $o FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY15 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 CDBG/HOME Sources of Funding CDBG hocation: $471,548 Program Income: 540,000 Previous Yr Unspent Funds: 41150 Total CDBG Available : $564,698 Total HOME Allocation: $213,747 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY2015 CDBG Uses of Funding Housing Rehabilitation: $203,232 Public Facilities: $130,000 Public Services: $75,201 Downtown Improvements: $52 Administration $103,509 TOTAL $564,698 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 CDBG Proposed Rehabilitation Activities Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program - $143,232 Deferred loan program for emergency repairs owned by low and moderate income persons& program delivery costs. Code Enforcement/ Neighborhood Stabilization - $60,000 Residential building code inspection by the Building Department in 11 9 I'll Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 CDBG Proposed Public Facilities Activities Bowditch Baseball Field ADA (Phase II) $70,000 Install ADA accessible bleachers on the Baseball Field at the Bowditch Recreation Complex, Funds for design, site preparation and installation, John J. Gallager Drive Improvements - $60,000 Drive, curb and walk improvements at the Framingham Housing Authority 40 -unit elderly and disabled housing complex located at Everit Ave., John J. Gallagher Grant Streets. Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 CDBG Proposed Public Services Activities Literacy Unlimited - $12,000 Framingham ESL Plus - $20,000 Community Connections - $24,000 Resiliency for Life - $6,346 HOPE Program - $8,000 Hoops for Homework - $5,000 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 CDBG Proposed Downtown Improvement Activities FDR Program - $50 Economic development and marketing program for Downtown Framingham NRSA area. Funds for staff costs. Downtown Commercial Improvement Program - $2,750 Funding for partial funding for downtown parking wayfinding signage needed during the Downtown Framingham Redesign project to assist businesses and patrons. Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY2015 HOME Uses of Funding Housing Rehabilitation: $100,458 Affordable Housing $50,000 Non-profit Developer CHODO $41,864 HOME Administration $15 1 TOTAL $213,147 Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program FY 2015 Proposed HOME Activities Housing Rehabilitation Assistance Program - $1 K458 Deferred loan program for emergency repairs owned by low and moderate income persons a program delivery costs. FDC - CHODO - Development and Operating Funds - $27,391 Development capital and operating funds for the local nonprofit housing development corporation to acquire, rehabilitate and rent/sell properties. Framingham Proposed FY2015 CDBG &HOME Program f you have any questions please contact. Daphne M. Collins, Community Development Coordinator Community Development Office 508. 532.5457 dcollins@framin�hamma.�ov Thank you South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical High School District $6,987,420 Roof Repair Project•6 Year Financing Scenario 69.89% MSBA Reimbursement TEMP. FISCAL DEBT YEAR ISSUED SHORT BOND PRINCIPAL TERM NOTE INTEREST OUTSTAND. INTEREST PRINCIPAL ANNUAL DEBT SERVICE NET STATE DEBT AID SERVICE 11.34% NET DEBTSVC IMPACT RESID. TAX RATE IMPACT MEDIAN HOUSE 71.01% NET DEBTSVC IMPACT RESID. TAX RATE IMPACT MEDIAN HOUSE 4.22% NET DEBTSVC IMPACT RESID. TAX RATE IMPACT MEDIAN HOUSE 3.78% IMP] NET RES DEBTSVC TAXP 2013 $0 2014 $1,802,812 2015 $1,440,000 2016 $1,080,000 2011 $120,000 2018 $360,000 2019 2024 2025 2026 2021 2028 2029 2030 2031 2032 2033 2034 2035 2036 2037 2038 2039 $1,802,812 $0 $0 $0 $1,802,812 $0 $0 $0,00 $1,440,000 $45,010 $362,812 $0,00 $1,080,000 $36,000 $360,000 $0,00 $12,000 $21,000 $360,000 $0,00 $360,000 $18,000 $360,000 $0,00 $0 $9,000 $360,000 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $135,070 $1,802,812 $0.00 $0 $0,00 $401,882,00 $396,000,00 $381,000,00 $318,000,00 $369,000,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $1,937,882.00 $0 $0 $0 $0,00 $0 $401,882,00 $0 $396,000,00 $0 $381,000,00 $0 $318,000,00 $0 $369,000,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $0,00 $0 $1,937,882.00 $0,00 $0,00 $46,253,82 $44,906,40 $43,885,80 $42,865,20 $41,844,60 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,02 $0,02 $0,02 $0,02 $0,02 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $2,20 $2,14 $2,09 $2,04 $1,99 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $289,631,01 $281,199,60 $214,808,10 $268,411,80 $262,026,90 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $1,376,090.01 $0,00 $0,00 $0,04 $0,04 $0,04 $0,04 $0,04 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $3,98 $3,87 $3,78 $3,69 $3,60 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $18.93 $0,00 $0,00 $17,212,62 $16,71120 $16,331,40 $15,951,60 $15,571,80 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,01 $0,01 $0,01 $0,01 $0,01 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,85 $0,82 $0,80 P78 $0,11 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $15,411,94 $14,968,80 $14,628,60 $14,288,40 $13,948,20 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $0,00 $73,251.94 $219,755.82 $10.46 $81,778.62 $4.02 Assumes-No Bonds-Short-Term Debt only Tax rate based on Fiscal 2013 assessed valuations and median house of $100,000 Ifor computation purposes) Ashland, 2013 Assessed Valuation, $2,101,056,070 Framingham, 2013 Assessed Valuation, $7,268,634,368 Hollisoton, 2013 Assessed Valuation-$2,033,229,010 Hopkinton, 2013 Assessed Valuation-$2,809,910,656 Natick, 2013 Assessed Valuation-$6,228,971,060 "values maybe different due to rounding- FY2014 FY2013 FY2012 I ROUGH ESTIMATE FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE Ashland 89 73 72 78 11.34% 680,315 469,417.36 210,898 Framingham 499 483 483 488 71,01% 4,259,237 7,938,87165 1,320,364 Holliston 34 31 22 29 4.22% 252,938 174,5207 78,411 Hopkinton 26 26 26 26 3,78% 226,772 156,472.45 70,299 Natick 63 64 72 66 9,65% 1 578,558 399,20636 179,353 TOTALS 1 711 1 677 1 675 1 688 1 100% 1 5,997,820 4,138,496 1,859,324 Pursuant to the District Regional Agreement: § (D) Apportionment of Capital Costs "Each member towns share of the capital cost incurred in connection with the construction, equipping and placing in operation of the initial district school building, including the payment of principal of and interest on bonds, notes or other obligations of the District to finance such capital costs, shall be determined by computing the ratio which the sum of its resident pupil enrollments on October 1 of the three years next preceding the year in which the Committee votes to authorize the incurring of such capital costs bears to the sum of the resident pupil enrollments of all the member towns on October 1 of the same three years; and in the case of capital costs consisting of the payment of principal of and interest on bonds, notes or other obligations issued by the District, the ratio shall not be changed during the period in which such bonds, notes or other are outstanding, except as provided in subsection VII (A�," C:�Google Drive Data�BUDGETS�MSBA Roof Repair 2014 - Percentage Ratios of Ownership Printed on: 1/21/2014 South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District 750 Winter Street - Framingham, MA - 01702 { Y I I I, } 'i5 I South Middlesex Regional Vocational Technical School District IVISBA Accelerated Roof Repair Project i �� x �, I �-." ,�, .�, y � „''.' �� .} �'' � Cry 'a �� ,,� 4 � � .J .��, �� �� BOARD OF SELECTMEN OPEN SESSION MEETING MINUTES FEBRUARY 18, 2014 ABLONDI MEETING ROOM DRAFT — SUBJECT TO CHANGE 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 Attendance: Dennis L. Giombetti, Chair; Laurie Lee, Vice Chair; Michael J. Bower, Clerk; Charles J. Sisitsky, Member; Jason Smith, Member Staff: Robert Halpin, Town Manager; Jennifer L. Thompson, Assistant Town Manager; Alice Clapper, Administrative Assistant, CFO Mary Ellen Kelley, Assistant CFO Jennifer Pratt Mr. Giombetti called the meeting to order at 7:05 p.m. and read into the record the agenda for open session. Continued Discussion Regarding FYI Budget The following PowerPoint Presentation was given F_y15 -17 Budget Modeling: Multi -year planning for reserves and investments Lower tax levy over multiple years (1.25 %) Savings in Health Insurance '/z to lower levy '/z to Strategic Investments in School and Municipal Free Cash investment Capital Stabilization fund for upcoming major Scho Lower tax levy over multiple years Stabilization Fund maintenance OPEB unfunded liability contribution con Ellen Kelley. on Keep residential tax increase moderate ($100 or under for the average home) Keep tax burden stable at 60% residential and 40% CIP with no swings toward one sector or the other Reserve funds to moderate the increase and /or the share of tax burden This is planned for the next three budget cycles (fiscal years) State Aid Assumption FY15+ Ch. 70 up 7% to $34 million ( +$2.2 million) Up 7% in subsequent years H1 up 6 %; Legislature committed to more UGGA up 1.5% to $8.74 million ( +$129,209) Up 1.5 % -3% in subsequent years All other state aid components remain relatively the same Current Free Cash Policy Free Cash is allocated for use in the 2nd fiscal year from the year certified, e.g. FY13 is used in the FYI budget February 18, 2014 Open -1- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 Allocations: Up to $1.5 million for operating budget 40% of net to Stabilization Fund 20% of net allocated for Capital budget use 40% remains in Fund balance Free Cash Usage: Bond rating agencies have cited our use of free cash in the operating budget as a weakness In FY14 we began a plan reported in the FY13 Long Range Forecast to wean ourselves off free cash in $200,000 increments FY14 used $1.3M; FY15 planned $1.1M; FY16 planned $900K; FY17 planned $700K; etc. until $0 used in FY21 We also implemented a 15% allocation to OPEB; reducing the Stabilization Fund from 40% to 25% since the Stabilization fund reached its 5% budget goal. OPEB liability currently at $185M. Free Cash Usage in Three -Year Model: FY15: $3,837,446 $1,827,355 into Capital Stabilization Fund $1,370,516 into OPEB Trust $639,574 into Stabilization Fund $0 into Operating ($1.1m original plan) FY16: $4,941,395 $943,206 into Capital Stabilization Fund $707,405 into OPEB and Stabilization funds $2,583,300 into Operating ($900K original plan) FY17: $3,198,834 $843,926 into Capital Stabilization Fund $421,963 into Stabilization fund $632,945 into OPEB Trust $1.3 M into Operating ($700,000 original plan) Multi -year Strategic Investment Plan Schools increase to $107.8 million in FY15 (up $5.7 million or 5.6 %) Level service of $4.5 million plus $1.2 million rebuilding Increase to $113.6 in FY16 (up $5.8M or 5.4 %) Municipal Services increased to $54.7 million (up $2.2M or 4.2 %) Level service of $1.2 million plus $1M in strategic investment Level service in FY16 Snow & ice fund increase $100,000 to $1.6M Reserves & Investment: Emergency reserve $400,000 Stabilization fund add $639,574; Fund total would be $12.9 million or 5.25% of total budget February 18, 2014 Open -2- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 OPEB trust contribution of $1.37 million; Trust balance would be $3.6 million or 1.9% of total unfunded liability Capital Stabilization Fund over 3 years would deposit $3.6 million from Free Cash; 4% of upcoming school project Discussions ensued with regard to the presentation that included: usage of free cash; bond rating; reducing levy; snow and ice budget; state -owned land; OPEB; stabilization fund; Capital Stabilization Fund; operating budget. Discussions ensued as to the Operating Budget Recommendations spreadsheet that included: increase in budget for Board of Health; social services coordinator; housing inspection coordinator; information needed from schools; Facilities Management budget; Tech Service budget; increase in number of police; priorities for Community & Economic Development; additional labor for Parks & Recreation and Conservation Commission; youth summer job programs; EDIC and historic signs; Code Enforcement Task Force; deferred items in CFO budget. The Chair noted that the Board was in agreement of the recommendations. Mr. Halpin confirmed the final budget would be presented to the Board on March 18 A request was made for the social services coordinator job description. Move: to adjourn at 8:23 p.m. Motion: Mr. Smith Vote: 5 -0 -0 Respectfully submitted, Alice Clapper Reviewed by, Michael J. Bower, Clerk Second: Ms. Lee Please note that streaming video of this meeting can be found at: http://www.framinghamtv.com/streaming2.htm Delay in posting of Board of Selectmen videos may occur due to technical issues. The following agenda item documents were included in the Board of Selectmen's packets or were presented during the meeting and are available in the Board of Selectmen's office upon request. 1. Memo and budget recommendation spreadsheet 2. PowerPoint presentation entitled "FYI 5 Budget Discussion and Future Budget Planning" February 18, 2014 Open -3-