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The Annual Town Meeting will be held at Longmeadow High School on Tuesday, May 10, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. 

Annual Town Meeting Agenda: May 10, 2022

2022 Annual Town Meeting Staff Recognition List

Assessor's Office -   Jessica Guerra

 Building Dept. Beverly Rose (passed away this year), and Stephen Sclipou

 Council on Aging - Patricia Devoto

 Dept. of Public Works - Fred Roberts, Bruce Covalli, Wayne Buck, Stephanie Dupont, Karen Shirk, Geoffrey McAlmond, Peter Thurber, Paul Butcher, Jeff McCauley, Frank Harvey, Dominik Bieniasz, Greg Joanides, Kevin Lizak, and Rich Mastrianni

 Finance Director. - Paul Pasterczyk

 Parks and Recreation - Shameka Drummer 

 Richard Salter Storrs Library - Christine George, Kat Janeczek, and Rebecca Vitkauskas

 Town Clerk and Treasurer / Collector's Office - Stephanie Cummings

School Dept. 

Bronwyn Monahan

Susan Bell

 Lori Paolucci

Mary Ellen Dillon

Colleen Santaniello

Antrese McColgan

Lesli Pechulis

Maria Skala

Karen Stark

Karen Omartian

Kelly Budjnicki

Paul Dunkerley

Jennifer Lynch

Robert Belmer

Lori Gallerani

Betty Higham

Kerri Lockhart

Kathleen Whitney

Sally Ginsburg

Neilda Henke

Carol Daigle

Lyn Szostkiewicz

Autumn Rodriguez

Christine Fontaine

Angelique Schoorens

Allison Stitsinger

Martin Bobwiec

Nicholas Jorge

Jamie Lacourciere Fonseca

Kelleen Batchelor

Rachael Campos

Carol Dinn Robinson

Tracy Kelley

Karen Auerbach

Brittany Belkin

Christina Milanczuk

Sara Jasak

Megan Smith

Louis Fialho

Elizabeth Monopoli

Rikki-Ann Parrott

Genilson Rodrigues Costa

Mary Walsh

Paul Giguere

Olivia Minardi

Whitney Shortt

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For Immediate Release: May 9, 2022

Enhanced Safety Measures at Longmeadow’s Annual Town Meeting to Mitigate COVID-19

LONGMEADOW (May 9, 2022) – The Longmeadow Annual Town Meeting is set for tomorrow, Tuesday, May 10, 2022 beginning at 7PM at Longmeadow High School. 

First and foremost, the Town and Town Officials want to acknowledge the grief our community is feeling from the loss of a young-adult resident over the weekend. Our hearts are all heavy and our thoughts are with the family, friends and the entire Longmeadow High School community. 

Town officials would also like to take this opportunity to remind all residents that the COVID-19 virus is still active in our Town. While Longmeadow has one of the highest vaccination rates in the Commonwealth, we must also continue to be vigilant in our public health measures to mitigate the spread. 

For tomorrow’s Annual Town Meeting the following additional public health measures will be in place:

  • The Board of Health strongly encourages that masks be worn at the meeting.
  • A kiosk will be set up at the main entrance where surgical masks will be handed out. 
  • The gymnasium will be set with half of the seating maintaining physical distancing. The other half will have the "normal" configuration. 
  • Additional ventilation fans have been added, these will be setup to increase air flow in the gym and surrounding interior.  
  • Doors will be opened to introduce more fresh air. 
  • The HVAC system will be turned up to move more air than the normal setting. 
  • The air scrubbers on the HVAC system will be activated. 
  • Stanchions and "rope lines" will be used to control voting access for entrance and egress

All participants play a role in keeping the community safe. We will be using consent agendas at the start of the meeting to help the meeting focus on what it deems most important for deliberation and electronic voting to ensure quick, private ballot counts for every motion. Town officials look forward to a safe and productive meeting. 

Contact the Town Moderator

  1. Rebecca Townsend
    Town Moderator


    Thank you for reading this information. Anyone with questions about the meeting is welcome to contact Moderator Rebecca Townsend at Our work may be physically distant, but it’s inherently social. Our community has faced great trials before, and we shall similarly face this one with as much wisdom about what will permit safety for our democratic traditions to continue.