Selectmen welcome new volunteers to board positions
By Robert Fucci
During the July 25 Board of Selectmen meeting, Andrew DeWolfe said he believed he would be a valuable asset to the town’s Conservation Commission.
After questioning the 26 Horn Drive resident about his background, the Board agreed.
DeWolfe, along with four other new appointees, was officially voted in as various board members in Sutton.
DeWolfe, who is self-employed with an automotive business, said he experience working with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection would help him on the Board.
“I think the Board is a great Board,” he said of the Conservation Commission. “But it could go smoother.”
Selectman Michael Kenney said DeWolfe’s experience would help the Commission.
“It seems like you can bring something to the Board with your experience,” he said. “Thanks, and welcome.”
Selectman David Hall praised DeWolfe for wanting to volunteer his time to the town.
“Having people volunteer for these positions is something we really appreciate,” he said. “Your dedication to the task is appreciated.”
Other appointments approved by the Selectmen include:
Danielle Petrelli for the Zoning Board of Appeals;
Genevieve DeHaan and Wally Baker, from alternate members to voting members for the Council on Aging;
Paul Maynard as an alternate member of the Council on Aging.
All appointments were unanimously approved.