SELECTMEN’S MEETING

MAY 16, 2005

 

 

Chairman Perkins called the meeting to order at 7:05 PM.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle and Selectman Bond were present.

Selectman Wiksten entered the meeting at 7:20 PM.

 

 

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

 

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

            VOTED:  To approve the Minutes of May 2, 2005.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

            VOTED:  To approve the Executive Minutes of May 2, 2005.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

            VOTED:  To approve the Minutes of May 9, 2005.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

HEARINGS, MEETINGS & LICENSES

 

Hearing (cont.) – Request for Family Type Campground Permit – 68 Purchase Street

 

Chairman Perkins reminded everyone that this was a continued hearing.

 

Ralph & Barbara Holton were present.

 

Ms. Holton told the Board that she had operated the Tispaquin Campground for the last 21 years.  She brought packets with information to the Board.  She said this issue with the license has only been in the last four (4) years.

 

Ms. Holton told of a court case with the Town in 1988 regarding the same issue:  the number of sites vs. units.  She said the Court ruled in her favor because the Judge felt it was “grandfathered”.  The Town overruled the decision on appeal.

 

Ms. Holton said alterations had been made at the request of the ZBA.  These alterations were considered “improvements”, which made the property subject to the zoning regulations. 

 

Ms. Holton said the licenses issued for 1992 and 1993 were for 113 sites per the Court decision.  After the appeal, the license went back to 57 sites.

 

Ms. Holton said one of the septic systems had been done over at the request of the ZBA.  The others are “grandfathered” until she sells the property.  She said the DEP had not required a well to be put in because it felt there was no expansion.

 

Ms. Holton said the Court did not agree with the Injunction that was placed by the Town, and that is why she has continued to operate.

 

Ms. Holton said she was notified of tonight’s hearing because of her request for a license.  She said she has not received any correspondence from the Board of Health saying it would not issue the license.  She said the Health Department contends that the campground is limited to 57 sites and the septic systems are not up to code.

 

Ms. Holton said she is requesting a license for 57 sites, and asks that the court case be dismissed because no one has shown, in writing, that she can’t do what she is doing.  She said the State code doesn’t say anything about how many campers can be on a site.

 

Selectman Bond said if a site can hold more than one (1) camper, then it doesn’t really matter how many sites are approved. 

 

Ms. Holton said there is a definition of a “site”.

 

Selectman Bond noted 2002 correspondence from Howard Wensley, Director of the State’s Department of Public Health’s Division of Community Sanitation, which states that The Minimum Standards for Developed Family Type Camp Grounds, 105 CMR 440.000 at 440.05 ‘Individual Camp Sites’ establishes the minimum area of each individual campsite must encompass.  Each campsite is intended for the placement of a single camping unit, hence the title “individual”.

 

Ms. Holton said that this was Mr. Wensley’s interpretation.  She said the DEP does not define a site as containing one (1) unit.

 

Jeanne Spalding said that Mr. Wensley’s Agency is in charge of campground regulations, and regulates them.  She said DEP wouldn’t make a determination because they have no involvement.

 

Selectman Wiksten asked Ms. Holton if she was willing to accept a license for 57 sites, meaning 57 units.

 

Ms. Holton said no.

 

Ms. Spalding noted that licenses that have been issued have specified ‘units’.  Ms. Holton has crossed this off the license and replaced it with ‘sites’.

 

Selectman Bond asked if Mr. Wensley’s interpretation fell into a “formal opinion”.

 

Ms. Spalding said it does.

 

Chairman Perkins read a letter from Jennifer Mack, 62 Purchase Street, who asked that the Board “enforce the rules” with the campsite.  She suggested campers should also be informed that they are entering the camp at their own risk and the town is not responsible for any liability issues associated with the camp.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if all previous violations from the Building and Health Departments have been resolved.

 

Ms. Spalding said Mr. Whalen had a couple issues at the last visit.  She had not done a complete inspection.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle said she was “uncomfortable” granting the license without knowing if there are outstanding violations.

 

Selectman Wiksten said the Board maintains one (1) unit per site.  If Ms. Holton feels she can accommodate up to four (4) units on each site, then she should go to the Zoning Board for the change.

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Perkins closed the hearing.

 

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

            VOTED:  To take the matter under advisement.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle asked what was pending.

 

Selectman Bond said he would like to look at the CMRs.

 

Selectman Bond suggested the Board should issue a license for what it feels is appropriate and Ms. Holton should “live by it or find a way to go above it”.

 

Ms. Holton said she was not being uncooperative, but felt that she does not have to go before the ZBA because the Judge ruled the campsite was “grandfathered”.

 

Chairman Perkins said the court was overturned on appeal.

 

Ms. Holton said she got a license from 1994 to 2000 and no one said anything.  She felt the Board was being “retaliatory”.

 

Mr. Healey said there was much said during those 6 – 7 years.

 

Selectman Bond said there is “no personal animosity or retaliation and the Board has pursued the issue in good faith with a rationale basis based on the public health, safety, and welfare of the community as confirmed by State Agencies.”

 

Ms. Holton said “I have no problem with that”.

 

Hearing – Request for Title 5 Variance – 95 Cherry Street

 

Chairman Perkins opened the hearing.

 

Joseph Webby, Jr., Webby Engineering Associates, Inc., was present.  He returned the green cards.

 

Chairman Perkins read a letter from Mr. Webby stating that the request is for a cesspool that has failed.  It is a four (4) bedroom home with a limited lot.  The engineer is not able to get the 200’ requirement from the well on the property, and a well on Crocker Street, as the Town requires.  H suggested a requirement for the water to be tested.

 

Ms. Spalding said that Town water is about 200’ feet from the property.  At this point the system is a “tight fit”.

 

Chairman Perkins asked what type the wells were.

 

Mr. Webby said they are shallow wells.

 

Ms. Spalding suggested a condition to require the owner to hook up to Town water should it become available.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle asked the homeowner if he would be willing to do this.  He said yes.

 

Chairman Perkins questioned the urgency of the situation, noting the original request was dated June 8, 2004.

 

The homeowner said there had been some miscommunication, but more of the groundsurface had collapsed in the meantime.

 

Hearing no further comments, Chairman Perkins closed the hearing.

 

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

VOTED:  To approve the request for a Title 5 variance, for property located at 95 Cherry Street as follows:

v     Reduction Under Local Upgrade Approval 15.405(h) - to allow the soils absorption system 51’ from a well on the property, and 78’ from the well on Crocker Street, instead of 100’ (State) and 200’ (Town);

v     Deed Restriction on property to require the homeowner to tie into the water line should Town water become available;

v     Required well testing

VOTE 3 – 1 (Chairman Perkins opposed)

 

Selectman Wiksten asked if there was any alternative.

 

Ms. Spalding said DEP would not allow a tight tank because there is an alternative.  She said this is a badly failed system that needs to be repaired.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

Vote to Approve Indirect Costs

 

Mr. Healey said that the School Department and Middleborough Gas & Electric Department are in agreement with the proposed figures.

 

The Water and Wastewater Departments have a slight decrease, mostly due to a reduction in administrative charges.

 

Chairman Perkins asked why there was a reduction.

 

Mr. Healey, who oversees the Water and Wastewater Departments, has been “spending more time on other matters with Selectmen”.

 

The School Department increased from $5,232,995 to $5,998,844.  Mr. Healey said this is most due to health and retirement increases.

 

The G&E Department increased from $1,520,286 to $1,688,362.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if the “benefit costs” were incorporated into the base costs, noting that the columns reflect “0”.

 

Mr. Healey said he would check with Roger Brunelle.

 

It was the consensus of the Board to table this item for one (1) week.

 

Request to Approve & Sign “Assent to Assignment of Lease – Eastern Bank

 

The Board received correspondence from Town Counsel, who had reviewed the document and suggested a couple changes.

 

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

            VOTED:  To sign the document with the changes suggested by Town Counsel.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectman Bond asked Mr. Healey to be sure that Eastern Bank, who will merge with Plymouth Savings Bank, has insurance and all other requirements.

 

Request for Second-Hand License – Antoney J. Viera d/b/a “Iron Horse Antiques & Collectibles”

 

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

VOTED:  To issue a Second Hand License to Antoney J. Viera d/b/a “Iron Horse Antiques & Collectibles” for property located at 90 Anderson Avenue for 9AM to 9PM, 7 days per week.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Town’s Option to Purchase Chapterland – Ferreria

 

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

VOTED:  To decline the Town’s option to purchase chapterland owned by Edward, Shirley and Michelle Ferreira, located on Precinct Street.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Town’s Option to Purchase Chapterland – Tispaquin Realty Corp.

 

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

VOTED:  To reaffirm the decision to decline the Town’s option to purchase chapterland owned by Tispaquin Realty Corp., located on Tispaquin and Rocky Meadow Streets.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Designate “Buckle Up Middleborough Week” – Middleborough Police Department

 

Chairman Perkins read the following:  WHEREAS, Failure to use safety belts remains one of the leading causes of deaths and injuries to motorists involved in crashes;

 

WHEREAS, Safety belt use in our community is only 51%;

 

WHEREAS, increasing safety belt use in our community will result in fewer deaths and injuries to those who live and work here;

 

WHEREAS, safety belt use may be significantly increased through greater public awareness, information, education and enforcement;

 

Now, therefore, We Selectpersons of Middleborough in recognition of our communities education and enforcement efforts to raise community safety belt use do hereby proclaim the week of May 16, 2005 as Buckle Up Middleborough Week, and encourage all those living, working, and traveling through our community to buckle up and ensure that those traveling with them do as well on every ride.”

 

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

VOTED:  To declare the week of May 16, 2005 as Buckle Up Middleborough Week.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request for Letter of Support – Pro-Home, Inc.

 

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

VOTED:  To send a letter of support for Pro-Home, Inc., for their pursuit of a HUD grant.

Unanimous Vote.

 

Request for Parade Permit & Use of Town Hall Auditorium – Middleboro Veterans Council

 

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

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Middleboro Veterans Council for permission to hold the annual Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 30, 2005 to begin at 10AM., to follow the course provided, and to use the Town Hall Auditorium if the weather is inclement.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Hold Annual Poppy Drive – Middleboro Veterans Council

 

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

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Middleboro Veterans Council for permission to hold the annual ‘Poppy Drive’ on Thursday, May 26th through Saturday, May 28th.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Hold Road Race & Triathlon – Old Colony YMCA

 

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

VOTED:  To approve the request of the Old Colony YMCA to hold a road race on June 4, 2005 and a Triathlon on July 17, 2005, with the course to begin a Camp Yomechas and run along Rte. 28 to Rocky Gutter St., Purchase St., Thomas St., Tispaquin St., and back on Rte. 28 to the camp, subject to notification of the Police Chief.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Reappoint Bridgewater Police Officers as Middleborough Specials – Police Chief

 

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

VOTED:  To appoint the following members of the Bridgewater Police Department as Special Police Officers in the Town of Middleborough:

 

Dave Randall                            Thomas Lagrasta                      Chief George K. Gurley

Dennis Smerz                            Robert Bailey                            Lt. Michael Bois

Gary Lemoine                           Anne Schuster                          Lt. Kevin Chiocca

Mark Battistini                          George Zanellato                       Sgt. Robert Irving

Robert Rae                               Deane Ferioli                            Sgt. William Nicolas

Michael Botelho                        Stephen McGinn                        Sgt. Thomas Schlatz

William Lemanski                      Willis Griffiths                           Sgt. Christopher Delmonte

Carl MacDermott                      Phil Rand                                  Sgt. Robert Lincoln

Daniel Brophy                           Matthew Lynch

John Hobson                             Robert Gray

Dennis McLean                                    Steven Kingsley

Robert Fernandes                      Lisa Mitton

Lawrence Bresciani                  Edward Querzoli

Joseph Demoura                       Kelly Robson

Christopher Shaw

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Accept Donation from Peirce Trustees – Permanent Cable Committee

 

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

VOTED:  To accept the donation of $5,000 from the Peirce Trustees to hire an attorney for cable negotiations.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve & Sign Septic Betterment – 403 Plymouth StreetHartford

 

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

            VOTED:  To approve and sign a septic betterment agreement for $23,575 for

property located at 403 Plymouth Street, owned by Douglas & Renee Hartford.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve Common Victualer License – Subway – 447 Wareham Street

 

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

VOTED:  To issue a Common Victualer License to Gina Gomes d/b/a Subway for property located at 447 Wareham Street for the hours of 10 AM to 10 PM, 7 days per week.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Approve Live Entertainment License – “Coffee Zone” – 69 Centre Street

 

The Board received a request for a Live Entertainment License for “Coffee Zone”.

 

Selectman Bond told the Board he believed the license was for poetry reading.

 

Discussion ensued on the requirement for the availability of a restroom.

 

Ms. Spalding said if there are 19 seats or less, there is no further requirement.  However, she suggested consideration be given to the hours being requested.

 

Chairman Perkins said he would like to address the applicant.

 

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

VOTED:  To ask the applicant to meet with the Board to further explain the request.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Request to Vote to Authorize the Issuance of Refunding Bonds – Treasurer/Collector

 

Selectwoman Brunelle reminded the Board that issues with the auditors need to be resolved.  Information that had been requested still has not been received.

 

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

VOTED:  To authorize the Chairman to sign a letter to the auditors, copied to the Treasurer and Accountant, asking for the anticipated issuance date of the 2004 audit, and reasons for the delay.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Mr. Healey was asked to draft the letter.

 

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

VOTED:  That, in order to reduce interest costs the Treasurer is authorized to provide for the sale and issuance of bonds under G.L. c.44, §21A to refund all or any portion of the remaining principal and redemption premium and interest on the Town’s Municipal Purpose Loan of 1999Bonds, Series B dated December 15, 1999; and that for this purpose the Treasurer is authorized to provide for the preparation and distribution of a Preliminary Official Statement; provided, however, that no bonds shall be issued under this vote unless and until the final interest rates and other terms of the refunding bonds are approved by this Board.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

There was no ‘Old Business’ discussed tonight.

 

TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT

 

Waste Management and I.M.A./National Development Agreement Negotiations

 

Mr. Healey told the Board that the attorneys are working on the IMA and National Agreements, but there is no finalized language yet.  The Board was supposed to have met with Lakeville earlier this evening to sign an Agreement.

 

Mr. Healey said it does not appear that the Town will have the 53A donation of $500,000 before the end of June.  He said the Town could ask for a Recertification of Free Cash later this year if decided it would be advantageous to do so.

 

Proposed Cellar Pumping Policy

 

The Board will review a proposed Cellar Pumping Policy and discuss it next week.

 

Holiday Inn Express T.I.F. Agreement

 

The TIF Committee has voted to recommend favorable action on a TIF Agreement with Holiday Inn Express.

 

Selectman Bond told the Board that the TIF Agreement will provide for a 5.33% nine-year tax break.  The Company will provide a corresponding gift in the form of a scholarship fund equal to the annual reduction in both real estate and personal property taxes.  The Company also commits to priority employment of local residents to at least 25% of the payroll, exclusive of payroll to immediate family members, use its’ best efforts to afford priority to local contractors, vendors and suppliers and house its’ vehicles in Town and pay excise taxes to the Town.  In addition, room taxes will be paid to the Town as required by law.

 

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

VOTED:  To accept the recommendation of the TIF Committee and approve a TIF between the Town of Middleborough and Holiday Inn Express.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectman Bond noted that the owner of the Holiday Inn Express, Amish Patel, and his attorney, Hal Davis, were professional, patient, and helpful.

 

Letter from Division of Fisheries and Wildlife

 

Mr. Healey informed the Board that he had received a letter from Joan Pierce, Mass Wildlife, in regards to a parcel of land that was offered to them by the Town.

 

Ms. Pierce said that, while researching the title, found 80’ of frontage. 

 

Mr. Healey thanked Ms. Pierce for conveying the fact and the opportunity to rethink the transfer for $15,000.  He will visit the site.

 

Letter to Residents

 

Mr. Healey told the Board that he is preparing a letter to residents and employees regarding the financial situation.  He said he continues to hear from people who don’t believe there is a serious financial situation.

 

 

Mr. Healey noted a letter regarding a School Committee Meeting.  He said the Superintendent and the School Committee have been very cooperative with the General Government in terms of budget.

 

Chairman Perkins agreed, noting that they are not giving up the advocacy position for the children.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle also agreed, saying the School Department understands the situation the Town is in.

 

Mr. Healey informed the Board that Department Heads have been asked to show, not only a level funded budget from FY’05, but to also show 5% and 10% reductions.

 

Mr. Healey suggested revisiting trash and recycling fees which could generate $1,512,000 per year.  He also suggested some articles be deferred for future action, such as the MJHS Building Article and the Police Station Building Committee Article.  If these pass, additional people will have to be laid off.

 

Mr. Healey said, in leading by example, he intends to defer his raise for this year and stay on another year beyond the date he was to retire, August of 2006.  He said this was not the time to “take a hike”.

 

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

VOTED:  To accept, with thanks, the Town Manager’s request to postpone his retirement until August 2007, and to thank him for offering the deferral of his salary increase to FY’07.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectman Bond noted that the base benefit to the Town Manager is his “institutional memory”.  He said he is showing a lot of professionalism by “not leaving a job undone”.

 

SELECTMEN’S BILLS

 

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

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by Hathaway Publishing in the amount of $132.00.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by the Town of Middleborough in the amount of $35.88.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

VOTED:  To pay the bill submitted by SEMASS Partnership, Inc. in the amount of $11,782.19.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

VOTED:  To pay three (3) bills submitted by the Middleborough G&E Department in the amounts of $52.86, $108.24, and $386.85, totaling $547.95.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

The Board received correspondence from the Town Accountant regarding a $4,000 auditor’s bill. 

 

Selectman Bond suggested the bill needed to incorporate more detail as opposed to “for services rendered”.

 

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

VOTED:  To call the auditors to ask for the functions that were performed for the bill.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

VOTED:  To send a letter to all professional vendors reminding them that they are required to provide a detailed bill as the Board is answerable to the citizens of this Town.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

OTHER

 

Request for Supplemental Article – Town Counsel

 

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

VOTED:  To open the Special Town Meeting Warrant and insert an article to supplement the FY’05 Law Budget.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

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

            VOTED:  To close the Warrant.

            Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that, at a meeting held on Thursday, May 12th, the Board had also included a supplemental article to transfer monies for the Transportation Account.  In additional, Department requests for Supplemental Articles were broken out for contractual increases and budget supplements.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that there are still a significant amount of articles that were authorized and have not yet been bonded.  She noted the Treasurer’s comment last year that Bond Counsel strongly suggested no bonding anything else.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

ü      Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Bond, the Board

VOTED:  To approve the Police Chief’s request to not require Police Department Supervisors to attend the EAP Network Supervisor Training.

Unanimous Vote.

 

Chairman Perkins said that some of the training, i.e. sexual harassment, should be mandatory.  He suggested trying to schedule the trainings so the Police Department Supervisors could attend.

 

ü      The Board read letters of thanks from the Middleborough/Lakeville Herring Fisheries Commission to the Fire Chief, Police Chief, and Water Superintendent.

 

ü      Copies of a letter from ‘Trailside Stables’ thanking the Police and Fire Departments in regards to a recent fire, will be forwarded to the Chiefs.

 

ü      A letter regarding proposed stable regulations will be put in the file.

 

ü      a letter will be sent to the Town Accountant informing her that the issue regarding a shortage of funds for fuel and diesel has been resolved.

 

ü      Upon motion by Selectwoman Brunelle and seconded by Selectman Bond, the Board

VOTED:  To forward a letter from Judith Bigelow-Costa to the Police Chief and the Police Station Building Study Committee.

Unanimous Vote.

 

ü      Chairman Perkins thanked the Town Accountant for providing information regarding an outstanding auditor’s bill. 

 

ü      Discussion ensued regarding a letter from the Town Planner concerning the Tighe & Bond Water Tower Analysis, South Middleborough Waterline Extension.

 

Chairman Perkins said that he and Selectwoman Brunelle had met with the Carver Board of Selectmen regarding a Water Agreement.  He said that Carver wants to redevelop the South Carver well field.  This could be looped across with a 12” main.  He also noted that storage in the north of end of town is closer to development.

 

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

VOTED:  To deny the request of Robert Perry to redeem property on Beach Street.

Unanimous Vote.

 

Selectwoman Brunelle suggested Town Counsel move forward with the foreclosure.

 

 

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

VOTED:  To enter into Executive Session at 9:45 PM, not to return to Executive Session, to discuss Litigation and Contract Negotiations.

A poll vote was taken.  Selectman Wiksten, Selectwoman Brunelle, Selectman Bond, and Chairman Perkins approved.

            VOTE 4 – 0

 

 

 

                                                           

Diane Henault, Secretary

BOARD OF SELECTMEN