Resolution pertaining to an Economic-Equity Advancement Fund

Petitioner: Donelle S. O'Neal Sr., TMM4

Special Town Meeting, November 2019

Such as: Happy Valley and the Town of Amherst:
Donation to the town in the amount of $75,000 made in 3 payments of $25,000 each. Apical Inc and City of Easthampton
A Payment of $75,000 or 3% of revenue, Whichever is Greater
Payment of $15,000 in 2 payments of $7,500 when Provisional License is approved
Also donated $2,500 to 4 different entities JOLO CAN LLC and City of Chelsea 3% of revenue.
$60,000 donation to the City of Chelsea Non-profits

Brookline will be the first in the State to implement this sort of Fund. And hopefully Brookline's EEAF if passed hopefully it will be a Model for other Towns and Cities to follow giving Equal Opportunities back into their communities. Select Board will review boards and commission's ability to establish and incorporate community engagement plans in its critical work and make necessary personnel changes.

Official Town Meeting Vote Select Board Advisory Board

Town Meeting is Upcoming

Final Result:

Town Meeting is Upcoming

Community Organization Recommendations
PAX Green Caucus

No Recommendation

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