By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Milford Board of Selectmen will meet tonight three-weeks before the Special Town Meeting, when Town Meeting members will vote on 42 articles on the warrant. Under scheduled appointments with the help of the Finance Director, the Board will review the Town Meeting warrant and the town's Capital Plan. Milford Selectmen will also hear from the Director of Community Impact Amy Leone providing an update, on a grant announced last week, from the Federal Department of Justice and through the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office which will provide almost $1.1 million dollars, for the Regional Substance Navigation Program. Leone says the program addresses the impact of the opioid epidemic in Milford, Hopedale, Medway, Upton and Bellingham reducing overdose deaths and significantly increasing, those who are reaching out for support, before an overdose. The grant will enhance access to recovery treatment for people suffering from substance abuse disorder with the creation of a new free standing resource recovery center in Milford, and expanding the program to other communities. Leone says with this resource center and the continued help from the Milford Police Department this will facilitate positive change and long term sustainable recovery as people will have a place to reach out and begin their journey to recovery.