SELECTMEN’S MEETING

JULY 10, 2006

 

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle called the meeting to order at 7:06 PM.

 

Selectman Andrews and Selectman Spataro were present.

Selectman Bond and Chairman Perkins were absent.

 

 

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

 

Selectman Andrews made changes to the Minutes of June 26, 2006.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

            VOTED:  To approve the Minutes of June 26, 2006 as amended.

Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

            VOTED:  To approve the Executive Minutes of June 26, 2006.

Unanimous Vote.

 

HEARINGS, MEETINGS & LICENSES

 

Hearing – Request for WRPD Special Permit – Coletti – 593 Wareham Street

 

Because there were only three (3) members present, this Hearing was moved to July 24, 2006 at 8:30 PM.

 

Hearing – Request for Class II License – Runwell, Inc. – 195 East Grove Street

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle read the following:  “The Middleborough Board of Selectmen will hold a public hearing on Monday, July 10, 2006 at 7:30 PM in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Town Hall, 10 Nickerson Avenue, for the purpose of discussing an application filed by Runwell, Inc., for a Class II License for the premises located at 195 East Grove Street, Middleboro, MA (Assessors Map 072 Lot 2085).  Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated.”  The hearing was opened.

 

John Vacca was present.  He returned the green cards.

 

Mr. Vacca told the Board that he previously held a Class II License for 14 years.  Because the building was sold in 2004, he moved his business to Lakeville.  He said he would like to return to Middleboro.

 

Mr. Vacca noted that there were no violations at his previous business.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle asked if repair work would be done onsite.

 

Mr. Vacca said that repair work will be done at another facility.

 

Selectman Andrews noted a letter from the Health Officer regarding washing cars and storage of fluids at the location.

 

Mr. Vacca said all cars will be detailed at another location.

 

The Building Commissioner supports the request.

 

Hearing no further comments, Vice-Chairman Brunelle closed the hearing.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request filed by Runwell, Inc., for a Class II License, not to exceed 45 vehicles, for the premises located at 195 East Grove Street, Middleboro, MA (Assessors Map 072 Lot 2085) for the following hours:

            Monday through Friday – 8AM to 6PM

            Saturday – 8AM to 2PM

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Hearing – Request to Place New Pole (44 L) MG&E & Verizon – Taunton Street

Vice-Chairman Brunelle read the following:  “A hearing will be held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Town Hall, 10 Nickerson Avenue, Middleborough, MA on Monday, July 10, 2006 at 7:45 PM, for the purpose of discussing the petition filed by Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to place one (1) new pole (44 L) on Taunton Street.  This petition is essential to accommodate the construction of a new distribution circuit.  Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated.”  The hearing was opened.

 

Bill Taylor, Manager of the Electric Division, was present.  He said the request is needed to complete the connection across the highway.  The pole will be located within a buffer zone.

 

Hearing no further comments, Vice-Chairman Brunelle closed the hearing.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to place one (1) new pole (44 L) on Taunton Street to accommodate the construction of a new distribution circuit.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Hearing – Request to Place New Pole (41 L) – MG&E & Verizon – Anderson Avenue

Vice-Chairman Brunelle read the following:  “A hearing will be held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Town Hall, 10 Nickerson Avenue, Middleborough, MA on Monday, July 10, 2006 at 7:50 PM, for the purpose of discussing the petition filed by Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to place one (1) new pole (41 L) on Anderson Avenue.  This petition is essential to accommodate the construction of a new distribution circuit.  Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated.”  The hearing was opened.

 

Bill Taylor, Manager of the Electric Division, was present.  He said the request is needed to complete the connection across the highway.

 

Hearing no further comments, Vice-Chairman Brunelle closed the hearing.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to place one (1) new pole (41 L) on Anderson Avenue to accommodate the construction of a new distribution circuit.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Hearing – Request to Relocate Pole (55 A) – MG&E & Verizon – Center Street

Vice-Chairman Brunelle read the following:  “A hearing will be held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Town Hall, 10 Nickerson Avenue, Middleborough, MA  on Monday, July 10, 2006 at 7:55 PM, for the purpose of discussing the petition filed by Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to relocate one (1) pole (55 A) on Center Street.  This petition is necessary to relocate pole 55 A to accommodate a guying requirement made necessary by the new circuit to be added to the existing pole line.  Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated.”  The hearing was opened.

 

Bill Taylor, Manager of the Electric Division, was present.  He said the pole is being moved about 25 feet towards town.

 

Hearing no further comments, Vice-Chairman Brunelle closed the hearing.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Middleborough Gas & Electric Department and Verizon New England INC., to relocate one (1) pole (55 A) on Center Street to accommodate a guying requirement made necessary by the new circuit to be added to the existing pole line.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Hearing (cont.) – Request for Mobile Home Park Permit – Wayne Williams

 

This hearing was continued to August 7, 2006 at 8:00 PM.

 

Meeting with David Gabriel – RE:  40B Project – Wareham Street

 

Selectman Andrews abstained from this discussion.

 

David Gabriel, PAD Corporation, was present.  He met with the Board several months ago to discuss a 40B development project in South Middleboro.  He said he is asking for the Board’s approval and signature on the State’s Local Initiative Program (LIP) so that it can be submitted to the Department of Housing and Community Development.

 

He presented a site plan and a set of preliminary architectural plans for the Board to review.  There will be 44 2-bedroom townhouse units in 8 buildings.  11 units will be low income with prices established by the DHCD.  Other units will be $275,000.  No funding or subsidies is required from the Town or the DHCD.

 

Mr. Gabriel said he is trying to incorporate the Town’s input as much as possible.

 

Mr. Gabriel said he has met with several Boards including the Fire Department, Building Department, ConCom, and Town Planner.  All issues that were brought up have been corrected or written on the plan.  The road will be a 24’ cul-de-sac with a 65’ radius and 2 sidewalks.

 

Mr. Gabriel said there will be one (1) central common septic system built in the rear, just beyond the cul-de-sac.  It will not impede on the wetlands.

 

Mr. Gabriel said he was present to answer any questions the Board might have.  He said he would eventually look for the Board’s endorsement.

 

Selectman Spataro asked about the earlier discussion involving trucks in a nearby development.

 

Mr. Gabriel said that project is an industrial park being proposed by Carl Cavossa.

 

Selectman Spataro questioned why the Board’s signature wouldn’t be done last.

 

Mr. Gabriel said this process for a LIP is different.  He explained the developer puts a project together that is good with the town.  Once the Board’s signs the document it is brought back to the DHCD.  A Site Eligibility letter is then issued.  It shortens the process.  He said this process is to the benefit of the Town because it allows the Town to have input.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said this is known as a “friendly 40B”.

 

Selectman Spataro noted an earlier discussion with Bruce Atwood, Chairman of the ZBA, who said the Town has reached the level it needs to be for affordable housing.  The additional burden put on the town in terms of taxes vs. services.  He said he would opt for Mr. Gabriel to go through the lengthier process.

 

Mr. Gabriel said this would take away any input received so far.  He disagreed with Mr. Atwood that the Town has reached the 10% calculation.

 

Mr. Gabriel said he purchased the land from the Town several years ago with the intent to do a retail building in the front portion and commercial/industrial subdivision in the rear.  He said a 40B would be more profitable.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle noted that there were only 3 members present tonight with one (1) abstaining from discussion, and one (1) not in favor.

 

Mr. Gabriel said he did not expect the Board to vote tonight.  He said he would ask the Board to review the information and schedule a future meeting.  He noted that, if the Town is not at the 10% for affordable housing, the ZBA cannot deny the project and the Town wouldn’t have input.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said she was in favor of endorsing the project.  She said she would rather work with the developer to get the project to the Town’s standards.  She said she would also like to talk to the ZBA regarding their comments as to whether or not this project would be good for the Town, and any other problems they might foresee.

 

Selectman Spataro asked, if the Board votes to support the project, would it “force the project down the throats” of other departments?

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said “not necessarily”.  She said the Town would still reserve the right to have it compliant.

 

Selectman Spataro said he was “looking for guidance”.  He said he would speak to Town Counsel about his concerns.

 

Mr. Gabriel said, if the Board gives its support, he still has to present it to the ZBA.  He said the Town would still have the right to change things.

 

Discussion – Override

 

The Board received two (2) letters from the Town Clerk in regards to an Override question.

 

Ms. Gates told the Board that the deadline for submitting a local question on the November State Election ballot is Wednesday, August 2nd.

 

Ms. Gates also told the Board that she personally supports the attempt of an override.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said she would prefer to wait and have a discussion when the full Board is present.  She said all departments should also be notified.’’

 

Selectman Andrews agreed, saying it’s time for the Board to give taxpayers and voters a chance to decide if they want an override.  He said the Town has been operating in “financial chaos” over the last 4- 5 years.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said that cutting back on personnel and hours, and not getting full services are things that the Town has become accustomed to.

 

Selectman Andrews said it is the responsibility of the Board to make sure the issue gets framed properly for taxpayers to understand.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said there is also the choice of a general Override or a “menu” type.

 

Kevin Cook said he was present to comment tonight.  He said the question of an Override doesn’t come down to whether the voters want it or not.  He said it needs to be recognized that the Town isn’t operating the way it should be.  He said a $57 million company would have expertise in human resources.  He said the Town cannot continue to operate on a set of rules that were established in the 1920s, and the 1970s and 80s.  He said “you can’t have what you can’t afford”.  He said the Town needs to change the way it does business.  He said an Override would be a “band-aid” that won’t work.  He said people need to be told that money is not there, and we must look critically at what we can or cannot do. 

 

Mr. Cook said employees also need to add their benefit packages to their take home pay and gross wages.  He said there is value added to compensation of employees that working families don’t have access to.

 

Mr. Cook said having the Selectmen and the Town Meeting manage the Town is not efficient.  He said there should be one (1) Executive making decisions.  He said there needs to be leadership, will, and ability to go back to the people and tell them there is no money. 

 

Selectman Andrews agreed saying that is a luxury that businesses and households can do.  He noted that the Town is required to provide the Net School Spending figure which will be $2 million in the upcoming year.

 

Mr. Cook noted that the School Department got an 8% increase in State aid.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said no one disagreed with Mr. Cook’s thoughts.

 

Mr. Cook said an Override is not the answer, noting that it would only “put off the inevitable of receivership or bankruptcy”.

 

Selectman Spataro said that the decision for a discussion on an override came because people have queried to put it before the voters.  He said it ultimately would be put on a ballot for a vote.

 

Mr. Cook said that a lot of residents work in Boston and are unable to make it to meetings.  He said a majority of people at meetings have an interest in budgets.

 

Selectman Spataro said “if people don’t get out and vote you get the government you deserve”.

 

Selectman Spataro suggested contacting legislators to file a bill on behalf of the Town of Middleborough allowing impact fees.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said there would be a more definitive discussion on the 24th.  She said input should be solicited on whether or not to have a general or menu override.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To ask the Board’s Secretary to contact Town Counsel to see what authority the Board has in presenting an Override to the Town, as a general or menu-item override, and what he deems proper methodology on getting it on the ballot.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said the Board has the authority on how to present it.

 

Selectman Spataro said if department heads come back with ideas for an Override, it could be more appropriate to have a general Override.  If it’s only specific departments, a menu-Override could be used.

 

Danielle Bowker agreed that there needs to be changes in the way some things are done.  She pointed out that Town employees are not asking for an Override.  She said Department Heads are trying to manage for services for the people.

 

Ms. Bowker said she appreciated having 2 more weeks to prepare for the discussion.  She said the Library would not ask for more money, but money to maintain the current services.  She said taxes on new developments aren’t covering services.  She said when the population in Middleboro reaches 25,000 (est. 2010) the Library will be required to be open 63 hours for requirements.  She hoped to get there gradually by adding hours.

 

School Superintendent Bob Sullivan thanked the Board for considering working with the Collaborative Leadership Group earlier.  He said the process has been helpful.  He said after watching the Town struggle each year with a total budget, a General Override would be more likely.

 

Dr. Sullivan said that the School Department cannot continue to cut maintenance and supplies to avoid lay offs.  He said the option of an Override is a different approach.

 

Selectman Spataro asked if there was something legislators could be asked to do to specifically aid the School Department.

 

Dr. Sullivan said the Association of Superintendents has tried to get legislation to massage any mandate that takes money away from the Town.  He said some mandates are tied to Federal legislation and “won’t go away”.

 

Selectman Spataro also suggested asking for State relief for bussing.  He asked Ms. Bowker what’s needed for the Library’s accreditation and said “if we don’t push back we take what they give us”.

 

Dr. Sullivan said the Town has to stop looking to the State for help.  He said if we can’t afford it cuts must be made and services lost.  He said we have to try something different. 

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle agreed that Middleborough has always been very dependent on the State to fund education.

 

Selectman Spataro noted that people in Middleboro have never “stepped away from education” and have always supported new schools.

 

Harry Pickering said he supported a general Override.  He said over the past three (3) years an influx of money has gone to three (3) departments diminishing returns for others.  He said this needs to be stopped.  There are properties that need to be taken care of.  He said maintenance funds are gone.  The tennis courts at the Park are no longer used by the Tennis Association.

 

Mr. Pickering said if the ball field was in good shape one of the Cape teams could play at night with the lights.  He said Middleboro is “missing the boat”.  He also said that the pool was built in 1938.  There is a “meager budget” to take care of it.

 

Mr. Pickering said the Override was placed in law so emergencies, or hard times, could be taken care of.  He noted how often there has been a $1.7 million shortfall over the past few years.

 

Selectman Andrews said if there is a General Override, the amount needed needs to be defined.  He suggested getting input from the Town Treasurer of ¼% or ½% level increases.  He said $1.5 million would be a certain percentage increase.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said the Town Accountant would be able to provide those numbers.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To ask the Town Accountant to present a schedule as to how much each ¼% increase would provide the Town in increases of the operating budget.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectman Andrews said a General Override would not fix problems but will be a “money grab”.  Specific departments will once again be left out and not get the money needed.

 

Mr. Pickering said the money goes where there the insistence is.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle noted that departments should not be looking for “wish list” items, but things that have been put off for a long time.

 

Danielle Bowker suggested asking Barbara Erickson to provide the cost to the average tax payer for the cost of each level increase.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

 

VOTED:  To request that the Assessors present a schedule with ¼% increases, showing what the impact would be on an average valuation, or “per $100,000” valuation.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectman Spataro suggested posting another meeting in case the discussion didn’t conclude at the next meeting.  It was the consensus of the Board to post a meeting for Wednesday, July 26th at 7PM.

 

A memo will be sent to department heads asking for a figure to maintain services in their departments.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Town’s Option to Purchase Chapterland – Warren – (off) Wareham Street

 

The Planning Board and Assessors recommend not exercising the Town’s option to purchase this Chapterland.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To decline the Town’s option to purchase Chapterland owned by Danny Warren located off Wareham Street.

            VOTE 3 – 0 – 1 (Vice-Chairman Brunelle abstained)

 

Town’s Option to Purchase Chapterland – Holway – Purchase Street

 

The Planning Board and Assessors recommend not exercising the Town’s option to purchase this Chapterland.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To decline the Town’s option to purchase Chapterland owned by Madeleine & David Holway located on Purchase Street.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve & Sign Septic Betterment Agreement – Chartier – 90 Plymouth Street

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To approve and sign the Septic Betterment Agreement with Michael and Laura Chartier, 90 Plymouth Street, in the amount of $21,700.00.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve & Sign Septic Betterment Agreement – Murphy/Lindgren – 22 Plymouth Street

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To approve and sign the Septic Betterment Agreement with Eleanor Murphy & Cheryl Lindgren, 22 Plymouth Street, in the amount of $27,200.00.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve & Sign Septic Betterment Agreement – Hargrove – 4 Woloski Park

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To approve and sign the Septic Betterment Agreement with Kathy Hargrove, 4 Woloski Park, in the amount of $29,621.04.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request for One Day Liquor License – Professional Bartending Service, Inc.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request of Professional Bartending Service, Inc. for a one day Liquor License for an event to be held at 35 Katrina Road on Saturday, July 29, 2006, from 4:30 PM to 10:00 PM.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Appoint Representative – Old Colony Elderly Services

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To nominate George Stetson as the Board of Directors representative for the Town of Middleborough, with Ted E. Lang as Alternate, to the Old Colony Elderly Services Board of Directors.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to hold 2-mile walk – Tom & Kathy McGuinness

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the request of Tom & Kathy McGuinness to hold a 2-mile walk for the Progeria Research Foundation on Sunday, September 15, 2006, subject to approval of the Police Chief.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

12 Highland Street

 

The Board received correspondence from Bob Whalen in regards to 12 Highland Street.  He told the Board that the unregistered cars have been removed from the property.  An inspection of the property was conducted on May 30th.  The Fire Department has addressed a letter to the tenant regarding 55 gallon containers of oil and excess of tires on the property.  DEP also had the same concerns in regards to the oil storage.  A follow up inspection will be conducted.

 

Bob Fitzgerald, an abutter, said that not all of the unregistered vehicles have been removed.  He said there is also an issue of an illegal electrical service.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle suggested contacting the Middleboro G&E Department to discuss the illegal electrical service and possible damage to the abutter’s appliances.

 

Downtown Parking

 

Discussion will wait for the Town Manager’s return from vacation.

 

TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT

 

The Town Manager was on vacation.

 

SELECTMEN’S BILLS

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by W.B. Mason in the amount of $165.00.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by Collins, Loughran & Peloquin, P.C. in the amount of $3,258.75.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by Southcoast Media Group in the amount of $210.32.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by SEMASS Partnership in the amount of $12,099.49.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by Melanson, Heath & Co. in the amount of $20,000.00.

            VOTE 2 – 1 (Selectman Andrews opposed)

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle noted that a carry-over request will be necessary as the audit has been billed through 80% completion.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by Melanson, Heath & Co. in the amount of $5,000.00.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To pay three (3) bills submitted by the Middleborough Gas & Electric Department, totaling $157.15.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

OTHER

 

There was no ‘Other’ Business to discuss tonight.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

v     The Board received correspondence from the Office of the Inspector General informing them that Lisa Higgins has received ‘Public Contracting Overview Certification”.

 

It was noted that the Town Manager is the Chief Procurement Officer.  There was also a question of whether or not the Town paid for this training.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To send a letter of congratulations to Ms. Higgins and ask how this certification fits with her function as the Town Accountant, and asks how she plans on using this certification to the benefit of the Town.

Unanimous Vote.

 

v     The Board will have a brief discussion at their July 24th meeting regarding correspondence from the Lakeville Selectmen concerning the IMA.

 

v     Correspondence from the School Superintendent concerning the Collaborative Leadership Group was discussed.

 

Dr. Sullivan suggested beginning planning now for the FY08 budget.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

VOTED:  To support the CLG, asking that they look at a 3 – 5 year budget projection.

      Unanimous Vote.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle said she would suggest that the CLG meet during the week of August 14th.  She will get back to the Board at the next meeting.

 

v     The Assessor’s Office has requested that the Peirce Trustees provide a copier/printer for their office.

 

Jane Lopes noted that the paint is peeling off of the Town Hall and suggested that the Peirce Trustees might be able to help out with the repainting.

 

Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To ask the Town Manager, upon his return from vacation, to consult with the Peirce Trustees to see if they can assist with all or a portion of repainting of the Town Hall.

      Unanimous Vote.

 

v     The Board will send correspondence from the Plymouth County Commissioners regarding a parking Ticket Program Fee increase to the Town Clerk for further explanation.

 

v     Correspondence from ‘The Medical Foundation’ will be forwarded to the Health Officer.

 

v     Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

VOTED:  To ask the Town Manager, upon his return from vacation, to look into a suggestion from resident Albert Dube regarding grants for work on Route 105.

Unanimous Vote.

 

v     Upon motion by Selectman Andrews and seconded by Selectman Spataro, the Board

            VOTED:  To support Tiki Budha’s request for a KENO license.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Jane Lopes questioned why items in correspondence were marked “confidential”.

 

Vice-Chairman Brunelle explained that it was a personnel matter.

 

 

Upon motion by Selectman Spataro and seconded by Selectman Andrews, the Board

            VOTED:  To adjourn at 10:03 PM.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

 

 

 

                                                           

Diane Henault, Secretary

BOARD OF SELECTMEN