SELECTMEN’S MEETING

MAY 20, 2002

 

 

Chairman Perkins called the meeting to order at 7:02 PM.

Selectman Rogers, Selectman Eayrs and Selectwoman Brunelle were present. Selectman Wiksten entered the meeting at 7:10 PM.

 

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To approve the Minutes of May 13, 2002.

Unanimous Vote.

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To approve the Executive Minutes of May 13, 2002.

Unanimous Vote.

HEARINGS, MEETINGS & LICENSES

Meeting with Housing Sub-Committee – RE: Policy Statement & Affordable Housing Plan

Mr. Healey introduced Karen Gallipoli, Jonathan White, and Darren Degrazia, who along with himself are members of the Housing Sub-Committee.

Mr. Healey told the Board that the Committee has approved a draft Policy Statement and Affordable Housing Plan. It has been submitted to the Planning Board, Zoning Board and Board of Selectmen. The ZBA has voted to support it.

Joe Freitas, a member of the ZBA, expressed concern with the Estate Bylaw. He said the intent is good, but this is not the way to go. He said he concurred with everything else in the plan.

Mr. Healey said that the policy statement says that the Town will contemplate actions to study, if not put in place, to change zoning and other regulations to assist in the formation of user friendly procedures that will help both the creation of affordable housing and develop a kind that we’d like to see across a broad spectrum of incomes in the Town. He said that Town Meeting is the final arbitrator that will decide whether or not they will be enacted into law.

 

 

 

Chairman Perkins read the following into the record:

"TOWN OF MIDDLEBOROUGH

POLICY STATEMENT AND AFFORDABLE HOUSING PLAN

The Selectmen, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals and the Office of Economic and Community Development recognize the need to insure that housing for the elderly, families and individuals of all income levels is available in our community. Middleborough has always been a community with a wide range of housing stock, including low to moderate-income rental property and single family homes.

Because of recent increases in rents and home values, the available affordable units have been reduced. Town Officials have also noted that fewer ‘high end’ residential homes are being built in Middleborough as compared to other Towns in the area, further reducing the ‘range’ of housing available to people. Town Officials, therefore, recognize the need to intervene to take steps to increase opportunities for developers to build housing on both ends of the "affordability" spectrum.

Town Officials also recognize the need to simplify the permit process and to work cooperatively with developers to meet the Town’s housing needs. To this end, the following new pro-active steps to help to increase the availability of housing for a full range of incomes have been, or will be, undertaken.

  1. Town Officials have identified areas of the Town where the availability of Town services (water, sewer, gas, parks and playgrounds, schools and library) support the development of higher density subsidized housing for the elderly, families and individuals. These areas are generally bounded by I-495, Route 44, the Nemasket River, Wareham Street, Cherry Street and back to I-495. Town Officials will encourage owners and developers in these areas to develop subsidized residential apartments and single-family homes and work with willing owners and developers to develop plans for several sites. The Town will permit connection to the Town’s water and sewer systems in order to permit a higher density of development on properties where subsidized housing is to be built in the areas stated above, and entertain ‘friendly’ Comprehensive Permit Applications for these developments.
  2. Phased development at a rate that the Town can absorb, from a cost of community services standpoint, will be encouraged. Developers will be required to present projects, with a mix of elderly and family units which will provide a tax base to offset costs of new community services, on a phasing schedule that is sustainable by the Town. Balance is the key. A Fiscal Impact Analysis will be required.
  3. In other areas of Town, including the Residence ‘A’ and Rural Residential Zoning areas, inclusionary zoning will be encouraged.
  4. Town Officials will prepare a Zoning By-Law Amendment to permit approval of bonus lots (higher density) in return for ten per cent of all lots being designated "Affordable". Such a By-Law will enable the Town to maintain the required ten-percent ‘affordable’ units.

  5. Estate Lots, large acreage lots (4 or more acres) that could attract high-end homes, will be encouraged. Town Officials will prepare a Zoning By-Law amendment to permit large acreage lots to be developed with less stringent frontage and road requirements.
  6. Town Officials will consider alternative methods for determining the number of lots that will be permitted on a dead end street and prepare a Zoning By-Law to present to Town Meeting to implement the agreed upon alternative.
  7. Town Officials will consider alternative methods of determining the number of lots in a cluster development and prepare a Zoning By-law to present to the Town Meeting to implement the agreed upon alternative.
  8. Town Officials will prepare, and present to Town Meeting, a Zoning By-Law proposal allowing one In-Law/Accessory Apartment in single family homes by Special Permit provided the In-Law/Accessory Apartment is deed restricted as an affordable unit.
  9. Town Officials will request existing Mobile Home Park owners to consider establishing a policy of inclusion of "affordable" units in their parks.
  10. In addition to these new pro-active steps to help to increase the availability of housing for a full range of incomes, the Town will continue to apply for Housing Development Support Program (HDSP) Funds to create affordable housing in the Downtown area."

The Committee is asking for the Board’s support.

Selectman Rogers asked if the designated areas have been shown on a map, and if Town Meeting would ultimately approve this.

Mr. Healey said that the area is already zoned for higher density development. It has both water and sewer available. Mr. Healey said the Board can declare the proposed area as a policy, it will not require Town Meeting acceptance.

Selectman Rogers reminded the Board that a letter received from Jane Wallis Gumble in response to a letter the Board had sent regarding Affordable Housing, took exception to designating areas for Affordable Housing.

Mr. Healey said that he had had conversations with Ms. Gumble. She had said that if the Town adopts an Affordable Housing Plan, they are helping to create affordable housing. She said that a Community that has such a plan, faced with a project that they didn’t like and turned down, would be upheld at the State level because the Town was working to put affordable housing in place.

Selectman Rogers asked if a fiscal impact analysis had been completed.

Mr. Healey said that he wants to see development in a way that won’t fiscally bankrupt the Town. He is suggesting a responsible phase plan which would take into account the fact that elderly housing costs less in terms of community service. The plan would be to phase elderly first to add to the tax base, and then next phase would involve family and children.

Selectman Rogers asked how the Town could require this.

Mr. Healey said that the developer would be asked to present a fiscal impact analysis in exchange for support of the project. It would not be required, but would gain the Town’s support.

Selectman Rogers asked Mr. Freitas to explain his concern with the Estate Bylaw. Mr. Freitas said he was concerned that an entire project could be formed using Form As, without the Planning Board’s approval.

Mr. Freitas said that the Town is attracting high-ended housing, and questioned why the Town would encourage a piece of land to be completely developed.

Selectman Rogers asked if the Committee was looking to move the policy to the DHCD by June.

Mr. Degrazia said that they are not required to get DHCH approval, but would submit it.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked how the footprint in #1, at full build-out, would contribute to the 10% requirement.

Mr. Healey said that the Committee knows they can get to the 10% in this target area.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked what formula would be used for a Financial Impact Analysis. She noted that this changes from year to year.

Mr. Healey said that different departments, such as the Assessors and the School Department, would contribute.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked what the required size would be for inclusionary zoning. Mr. Healey said it would be in line with the current zoning. However, by 10% of the lots being zoned affordable, bonus lots would be awarded to the developer.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if the Committee was close to drafting any of the proposed zoning bylaw changes. Mr. Healey said they were just suggesting policy at this stage. If adopted, the Committee will go to work to develop zoning bylaw changes to be brought to Town Meeting.

Jane Lopes suggested that the Committee hold a public forum to discuss this if it was not going to require a Town Meeting vote.

Chairman Perkins said that the plan is in a very initial stage right now.

Mr. Degrazia noted that, as a Town Policy, we can only encourage affordable housing in the target area, not require it.

Neil Rosenthal noted that, historically, apartments had been viewed as bad. Now they are a way to reach the affordable housing requirement. He said he would be more inclined to let the market play out, letting some 40Bs go forward to see who would be willing to pay for a small lot. He asked if it would be worth the trade off to possibly create a "massive ghetto". He also felt public input is important.

Mr. Healey noted that the target area is currently zoned for higher density development.

Selectman Rogers said he felt the Board was being rushed, having to make a decision tonight. Chairman Perkins noted that the Board could ratify it, as the ZBA had done, or put it out and ask for public input.

Selectwoman Brunelle agreed. She had other concerns, including what the policy is on sewer service being extended that is currently under a moratorium. She said she was grateful for the work that the Committee had completed on this, but felt additional input is necessary to allay fears that people may have.

Upon motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To continue this to a public hearing to be held on June 17, 2002.

Unanimous Vote.

Meeting with Bruce Arons – RE: Washburn Mill Proposals

Chairman Perkins explained that the Board had received three (3) proposals for the Washburn Mill property. There had been some questions, and the Board invited Bruce Arons to this meeting to clarify.

Mr. Arons told the Board that the normal procedure for selecting a proposals is to identify viable proposals, qualify a proposer and then interview and negotiate all of the proposals with the developers. If there is more than one (1) viable proposal, the Board has the opportunity to negotiate prior to selecting a proposal. This gives the Town an opportunity to negotiate what is in the best interest of the community, and for the Board to feel confident about who they select.

Mr. Arons said that after negotiations are completed, the Town will prepare a Memorandum of Understanding, which has been worked out with the developer. This is recorded as part of the conveyance. It says that the Town and the proposer agree to terms and conditions, and addresses the issues that are created by the proposals. This will help the Board to make a final decision, assuring that the project can be done.

Mr. Arons said an ‘Opinion of Value’ will be acquired and advertised in the Central Register to explain why the Town is accepting less than the appraised value. The conveyance will be recorded and the "clock will start". The proposer has three (3) years to complete the project.

Mr. Arons told the Board that, over 3 ˝ years, 75 people have looked at the property. There are three (3) viable proposals. He recommended the Board review these carefully, as there will be no other chances. Mr. Arons said that whatever project moves forward is going to have a tremendous impact on how this area of Town will be developed.

Selectman Eayrs asked what the Board can require from the applicants to establish financial viability. Mr. Arons said he recommended negotiating this in the interviews with the applicants, before they get a commitment letter.

Mr. Arons said the Board needs to know what the developer needs, and what it is the Town is looking for him to do.

Selectman Eayrs said he appreciates that this is the Board’s best shot at developing the property. He suggested negotiating with all three (3) proposers to get to the point of selection.

Selectman Wiksten suggested setting up interviews, giving each applicant time to make a presentation, and time for the Board to ask questions and take notes.

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten, the Board

VOTED: To notify applicants that the Board will conduct interviews at their meeting scheduled on June 17th, with each applicant given 15 minutes to make a presentation and the Board given 20 minutes to ask questions.

Unanimous Vote.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if the Board could ask for a Certificate of Non-Collusion and a statement that all local, State and Federal taxes have been paid. Selectman Eayrs amended the motion, which was seconded.

Joe Freitas asked that the Board consider public input on the evening of the interviews. Selectman Eayrs said that the Board does not want to limit public discussion, but there is a limit to the amount of time. The Board encouraged the public to write letters to express their concerns.

Easement Plan for Washburn Property

Neil Rosenthal told the Board that the Committee has met with the neighbors, and have come to an agreement. The Town Manager has staked out the proposed easements. The Board will need to accept this.

Mr. Healey told the Board that he had walked the site with the neighbors, and had come up with an acceptable solution to the problem. An average 42’ right-to-use easement will be given to the abutters. The successful proposer will put up a fence along the easement line.

Selectman Wiksten asked if there was any cost to the Town for the easement, such as filing fees and drafting fees. Mr. Healey said there are. Selectman Wiksten suggested that the Board ask the property owners to share in the cost in exchange for the easement that is being granted.

Selectman Rogers suggested the abutters be asked to meet with the Board.

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that the abutters had originally been asked to purchase the pieces. This was not acceptable. Now the Town is giving the easements, and in good faith, the abutters should reimburse the Town for any costs associated with this.

Mr. Rosenthal noted that, because of the easement, further setbacks will not be required. The developer can go right to the fence. Also, there is a sewage issue. Until the Town puts in a line, the abutters have to have a way to dispose of the sewage. He also noted that the Town is not "getting tied up in a court battle". He said the Board can ask for help with the costs, but there is clearly a benefit to the Town.

Selectman Wiksten suggested that the Board approve the plan and request the abutters to meet to discuss the fees and share the burden of the cost.

Upon motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Wiksten, the Board

VOTED: To direct the Town Manager to gather all costs associated with the easements.

Unanimous Vote.

The Board will meet with the abutters on June 10th.

Discussion of Warrant Articles for Annual & Special Town Meetings

Special Town Meeting

The Board noted that no numbers have been received at this point for unpaid bill and other money articles.

Article 1 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 2 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 3 – Motion by Selectman Wiksten and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 4 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 5 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Annual Town Meeting

Article 1 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 2 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 3 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Articles 4 through 7 – Motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 8 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 9 – This article is in regards to the Community Preservation Act. Upon motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board voted to support this article subject to the wording of the motion reflecting that this is for acceptance to put the question on a ballot in November.

Article 10 – Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 11 – This article is to sell land to the Fisheries and Wildlife division. The Board did not have the amounts. Motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 12 – This article is also to sell land to the Fisheries & Wildlife division. There was a question as to whether or not this land had been sold at the recent auction. Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to table. Unanimous Vote.

Article 13 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Articles 14 & 15 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 16 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 17 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Articles 18 & 19 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to hold the Board’s vote until an explanation of the articles is given. Unanimous Vote.

Article 20 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Vote 0 – 5 (all opposed)

Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Rogers to table until the Fall Town Meeting. Unanimous Vote.

Article 21 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 22 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to hold for further information. Unanimous Vote.

Selectman Rogers explained that Articles 23 and 24 are necessitated by corrections made to the WRPD bylaw.

Article 23 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 24 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to hold for further information. Unanimous Vote.

Article 25 is a key box bylaw requested by the Fire Chief. Selectman Rogers asked who assess the fine and where the money goes. Chief Silva explained that the fine is assessed in small claims court and goes to the General Fund.

Article 25 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 26 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Chairman Perkins had concerns with Article 27. He felt that by making the Town Manager the administrative head of all departments, authority is being taken away from the Board.

Chief Silva, who is a member of the Charter Committee, explained that the only change in wording in this article is that the Town Manager must be a resident of the Town within one (1) year of being hired.

Article 27 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to hold for further information. Unanimous Vote.

Article 28 would change the date for the Annual Town Meeting to the 2nd Monday in June. Selectwoman Brunelle said she opposed this because it does not give enough time to get a budget approved. There could be an issue if there is not an approved budget by June 30th. She said she did not mind changing the date of the meeting from April to mid-May.

There was also discussion on imposing a penalty of level-funding if budgets are not given to the FinCom by January 20th . Selectwoman Brunelle said she understood the intent, but felt that this was governed by State law.

Article 28 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle not to support. No second.

Motion made by Selectman Eayrs to support. No second.

Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle seconded by Selectman Wiksten to hold for further information. Unanimous Vote.

The Charter Committee will hold a public hearing tomorrow morning to utilize the camera and allow department heads to be present.

Article 29 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Articles 30 - 32 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 33 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs to hold for further information. Unanimous Vote.

Article 34 – Motion made by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 35 – Motion made by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Wiksten to support. Unanimous Vote.

Article 36 is to hear the report of any committee or officer of the Town, or to appoint any committee.

NEW BUSINESS

Request for Permission to Expend Funds for Wayne Caron Plaque – Robert Lessard

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle the Board

VOTED: To authorize Robert Lessard to spend $100.00 from the Wayne Caron Trust Fund to purchase a plaque.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Approve & Sign Community Development Plan: Initial Agreement

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectman Rogers, the Board

VOTED: To approve and sign the Community Development Plan Initial Agreement.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Appoint Representative – GATRA

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To appoint the Town Manager as the Board’s representative to GATRA.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Appoint Environmental Certifying Officer – O.E.C.D.

Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs the Board

VOTED: To appoint the Town Manager to be the Environmental Certifying Officer for the FY 02 Massachusetts Community Development Block Grant Program/Community Development Fund I#5412.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Review and Approve Restrictive Covenant for Habitat for Humanity

Bruce Arons explained that the Town is trying to get every available unit towards the affordable housing number. This Covenant is for the property on Oak Street. It will be conveyed under the condition that the house will remain affordable forever. The Town will also have the first right of refusal.

Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs, the Board

VOTED: To approve the Restrictive Covenant for the Habitat for Humanity property located on Oak Street.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Extend Drive-Thru Hours – McDonald’s Restaurant

Attorney Thomas Evans was present to represent McDonalds/ He explained that there are no other required approvals or zoning issues.

Upon motion by Selectman Wiksten and seconded by Selectman Eayrs, the Board

VOTED: To authorize McDonald’s Restaurant drive-thru on East Clark Street to extend the hours of operation to 24 hours per day.

Unanimous Vote.

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

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To approve a one day all alcohol license to Professional Bartending Service, Inc. for an event to be held at the COA on June 8th from 5:00 PM to 11:00 PM.

Unanimous Vote.

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that the lessee is required to by pay an additional $100 to defray the cost of the liquor insurance.

OLD BUSINESS

Discussion of Town-owned Property – Cherry Street

At the request of Housing Commissioner Ed Medeiros, the Board had held on awarding this property at a prior meeting.

Mr. Healey told the Board that he had spoken to Mr. Medeiros who indicated that the Housing Commission is interested in the Wood Street property. This was voted at a 1994 meeting to be transferred to them.

Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs, the Board

VOTED: To award Map 065 Lots 5363 & 5451 on Cherry Street to David R. Peck IV and Harold B. Card for $52,100.00 for Office Space and a Small Commercial Business.

Unanimous Vote.

TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT

There was no further discussion of the Town Manager’s Report.

 

 

SELECTMEN’S BILLS

A bill for $4,250 from Appraisal Company of New England for the appraisal for the Fuller Street property will be forwarded to the Water Department for payment.

OTHER

Discuss Early Retirement Bill

Mr. Healey informed the Board that this bill has been passed and has been enacted into law by the Governor. There is no article on the upcoming Annual Town Meeting Warrant to accept this, but the Board of Selectmen has the authority to accept this.

Mr. Healey told the Board that an actuary study, offered through Plymouth County, will cost between $1500 and $2000. If 75 – 80% of retirees are not replaced, the Town will break even.

Mr. Healey noted that the key is how many of the positions will need to be replaced. He explained that there are four "groups". Groups 1 and 4 apply to the Town. The differential in salary, retirement, health and life insurance, and sick leave buyback will need to be calculated. He noted that there has been discussions of spreading out the sickleave buyback.

Mr. Healey also had a question as to whether or not an individual would be eligible for unemployment prior to the retirement payments beginning. Plymouth County Retirement did not know the answer to this.

Chairman Perkins said he was in favor of having an actuary study done, noting that the Board needs to know the cost.

Selectwoman Brunelle suggested a non-binding vote be taken at the Annual Town Meeting to see if the townspeople will support this.

Mr. Healey said the Board of Selectmen should put together a creative plan. Conditions should also be placed on this. He said he did not know if these would have to be negotiated because it is something the Town is trying to do in financial difficulty.

Discussion also ensued on limiting the number of early retirees by seniority within the groups.

Chairman Perkins said the discussion right now were premature because the cost is not known.

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To fund an actuary study, not to exceed $2500.00.

Unanimous Vote.

Chief Silva suggested that the G&E pay their portion and be involved in the plan.

Letter from Patricia Delaney

The Board received a letter from Patricia Delaney, who represents the ConCom on the Weston Memorial Committee. Her term is up and she does not wish to be reappointed.

Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs, the Board

VOTED: To send a letter to Ms. Delaney, accepting her request not to be reappointment, and to thank her for her service to the Town.

Unanimous Vote.

Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Eayrs, the Board

VOTED: To send letters to the remaining Committee members to see if they wish to be reappointed.

Unanimous Vote.

The ConCom will be asked to provide a replacement for Ms. Delaney.

The Wildlands Trust – Municipal Leadership Award

Chairman Perkins read a letter that was received from The Wildlands Trust, notifying the Board that the Town of Middleborough has been voted to be given the Municipal Leadership Award. The presentation will be made at The Wildlands Trust meeting on June 8th at 10:30 AM.

Chairman Perkins asked any member that wishes to attend the meeting on Saturday, June 8th, to contact him. He said he expects to attend.

CORRESPONDENCE

Mr. Healey said that the G&D Department pays their own. Chairman Perkins asked that he check on the School Department.

 

 

Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To adjourn at 9:40 PM.

Unanimous Vote.

 

 

Diane Henault, Secretary

BOARD OF SELECTMEN