SELECTMEN’S MEETING

OCTOBER 7, 2002

 

Chairman Perkins called the meeting to order at 7:00.

Selectman Rogers, Selectwoman Brunelle and Selectman Eayrs were present.

Selectman Wiksten was absent.

 

Chairman Perkins began the meeting by reading a plaque that was recently made to honor Patrick Regan, a WWI Medal of Honor Winner who identified his ‘home’ as Middleborough.

Chairman Perkins noted that the plaque was created because of Bob Lessard’s efforts.

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

VOTED: To send a letter of thanks to Bob Lessard.

Unanimous Vote.

 

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

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

VOTED: To approve the Minutes of September 30, 2002.

VOTE 3 – 0 – 1 (Chairman Perkins abstained)

HEARINGS, MEETINGS & LICENSES

Hearing – Request for Earth Removal Permit – Byrne – Chestnut Street

Chairman Perkins 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, October 7, 2002, at 7:05 PM, for the purpose of discussing an application filed by W. L. Byrne, Inc. for an Earth Removal Permit for property located on Chestnut Street, Middleborough, MA, Assessors Map 054 Lots 244, 1244, 1847 and 4463, Map 062 Lots 2726, 4278 and 5769, Map 067 Lot 834 and Map 068 Lot 165. The reason for this request is for construction of cranberry bogs. Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated." Chairman Perkins opened the hearing.

Glenn Amaral, GAF Engineering, Don Gallant and William Byrne were present. The green cards were returned.

Mr. Gallant explained that the proposal was to remove 475,000 yards of gravel and to construct an irrigation canal. The plan shows the canal as being done in the future.

The material would be hauled out to Wood Street to the processing plant.

Mr. Gallant also asked for permission to use a read screen all on the site to speed up the project. Material not suitable for the processing plant would be brought to other towns.

Mr. Gallant told the Board that the project has been ongoing for 20 – 25 years. He said he has spoken to Chief Russell, and was told that there have not been any complaints.

Mr. Healey suggested the Plan be revised to show the water hole. He also asked which end of the property they would begin with. Mr. Gallant said the project would commence east to west. Mr. Byrne said this would be done because the water would be available in that area.

Mr. Healey also suggested that information be given about the progress of the project.

Selectman Rogers said he had viewed the site with Selectman Wiksten, and agreed with receiving plans regarding the progression of the project. He said the site is very well maintained. He asked how many days per week the screen all would be used.

Mr. Byrne said the work is done five (5) days per week. It would not be used every day. He said using the screen all would mean less trips on the road because the unsuitable material would not be brought to the pit.

Selectman Rogers said he was concerned with the noise from the screen all. Mr. Byrne said it has a 4 cylinder engine which does not make much noise. Selectman Rogers said he did not object to the request, but asked if the Board had allowed it previously.

Mr. Healey informed the Board that Town Counsel had previously ruled that separating stone on site constitutes a commercial operation in a residential zone, which would be a zoning violation. He said screening has been allowed time to time, with the Town "looking the other way" to get a project done. He said he did not know how Town Counsel would feel about the Board "formally blessing the activity". Mr. Healey did not feel that the screen all would be intrusive in this environment. He did not believe there would be a noise issue.

Selectman Rogers noted that the plan did not show the property line. He said that the Board has been asking for a 100’ minimum setback.

Mr. Byrne said the abutting lots are 3 – 400 feet deep, with the houses toward the front of the property. He has not received any complaints. He noted there are a lot of dense woods in between.

Selectman Rogers noted there was one (1) wetland, and asked if Notice of Intent would be made to the ConCom. Mr. Amaral said they are staying 100’ away and would need to give the notice. He said the wetlands will be delineated prior to getting into that phase.

Mr. Byrne said the ConCom had walked the property. Richard Chamberlin, Chairman of the ConCom, said there is no problem with wetlands.

Selectwoman Brunelle had concerns with onsite screening. She said the Orders of Condition do not allow this unless it is being used for onsite purposes, and then it is limited to 150 – 200 yards per hour. She said the request makes sense because it would eliminate the additional traffic. She warned about setting a precedent. She also would like to see the plan revised.

Alan Lindsay, 172 Chestnut Street, told the Board that he owns property which abuts the project. He said that he had led the neighborhood in opposing the project when it began. A petition with over 300 signatures had been presented to the then-Board of Selectmen. At that time, the neighborhood association had agreed that screening onsite was a zoning violation. He said he still objected to the onsite screening.

Mr. Lindsay asked how long it would take to remove the 475,000 cubic yards of material. Mr. Byrne said three years with a one (1) year extension. Mr. Lindsay asked when the remaining land would be completed. Mr. Byrne said another 10 years.

Mr. Lindsay said he had no objection to onsite screening, but objected to selling it from that location.

Another abutter questioned the vibration that would be associated with the screen all. Mr. Byrne said that the screen all is mounted on rubber tires, and is portable.

Wanda Miara, 161 Rocky Meadow Street asked if the road that abuts Rocky Meadow Street would be used. Mr. Byrne said it would not. He said nothing is changing from the current project.

Ms. Miara also expressed concern regarding the water level. Mr. Byrne said that added sand would never put it higher than the dike roads. Mr. Healey said the total elevation would be about 45’ below the level of the homes on Rocky Meadow Street.

Ms. Miara was also concerned with Rocky Meadow Street, noting that it has just been paved. Mr. Byrne said the trucks would not damage it.

Mr. Byrne offered to set up a meeting with Ms. Miara to walk the property.

Chairman Perkins suggested to continue the hearing until a new plan was drafted to show the designation of the property line and the actual location of the water reservoir, and to flag the wetlands.

Mr. Amaral suggested waiting to flag the wetlands until a year before excavation will occur. Mr. Chamberlin agreed.

Mr. Healey suggested that a progressive plan be required.

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

VOTED: To continue the hearing to October 21, 2002.

Unanimous Vote.

Hearing – Request to Transfer Liquor License – R. P.’s Stage Stop – 407 West Grove Street

Chairman Perkins read the following: "A hearing will be held by the Board of Selectmen on Monday, October 7, 2002, at 7:30 PM, in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room at the Town Hall, located at 10 Nickerson Avenue, Middleborough, MA, for the purpose of discussing the request made by Regina Pipitone d/b/a R. P.’s Stage Stop, for the transfer of an Annual All Alcoholic Restaurant License for property located at 407 West Grove Street, Middleboro, MA shown as Assessors Map 048 Lot 3973. Anyone desiring to be heard on this matter should appear at the time and place designated." Chairman Perkins opened the hearing.

Ms. Pipitone addressed the Board. She said that she had been working at the Stage Stop. She also said her experience began in 1972 as a waitress.

Mr. Healey suggested conditional approval prior to the issuance of the License because a final inspection has not been completed by the Health Department.

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

VOTED: To approve the request made by Regina Pipitone d/b/a R. P.’s Stage Stop, for the transfer of an Annual All Alcoholic Restaurant License for property located at 407 West Grove Street, Middleboro, MA shown as Assessors Map 048 Lot 3973, subject to the successful completion of all other relevant licenses and a final compliance inspection by the Health Department.

Unanimous Vote.

Public Hearing – Meeting with Health Officer – RE: Consideration of Massage Regulations – Housing & Food Handling Fees

Massage Regulations

Jeanne Spalding told the Board that there are already Massage Regulations in place. The issue is regarding section 5.1.5, which requires a certificate from a physician stating that "the applicant has been examined and found to be free of any contagious or communicable disease. Said examination shall be conducted within thirty (30) days prior to submission of application."

Ms. Spalding said that physicians are not adhering to the terminology. She asked the Board to consider authorizing her to draft a form letter for the physician that would say that the applicant is in good health to perform massage therapy. She also requested to extend the time to 60 days instead of 30.

Selectman Eayrs said he could understand why a physician would not want to say the applicant was free from any contagious or communicable disease. He said the language was out of date.

Ms. Spalding also noted that, under State and Federal Food Codes, communicable diseases are allowable and cannot be restricted against.

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

VOTED: To authorize the Health Officer to draft a form letter and to modify the regulations for Massage Therapists as follows:

Reg 5.1.5 "A certificate from a physician stating that the applicant has been examined and found to be free of any contagious or communicable disease, or in good health acceptable to perform massage therapy. Said examination shall be conducted within sixty (60) days prior to submission of application."

Unanimous Vote.

Housing & Food Handling Fees

Ms. Spalding told the Board that she had previously proposed an in-house training of food handlers. This would be different from the Food Management Education Program. The Board had requested that she return with a packet for the Board.

Ms. Spalding said that food managers have asked for an in-house training of employees. She is proposing a program that would require yearly renewal certification based on incorporating new food handling practices each year. This would keep the food handlers up to date. She is proposing a fee of $10.00.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if the fee would completely cover the costs. Ms. Spalding said it would.

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

VOTED: To adopt the Food Handling Training Certification and adopt a $10.00 fee.

Unanimous Vote.

Housing Fees

Ms. Spalding told the Board that she is proposing voluntary housing seminars for landlords. She said the rental market is deteriorating, due to the age of the buildings. She has received over 70 complaints.

Ms. Spalding said the seminars would be offered to landlords for a fee of $50.00. Speakers would include a local attorney, representatives from the Building Department, and someone from the Lead Paint Division. The seminars would not be mandatory.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if Ms. Spalding had considered contacting surrounding communities. Ms. Spalding said she had not, but noted the seminars would be open to landlords from other communities.

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

VOTED: To authorize the Health Officer to conduct voluntary housing seminars for landlords for a $50.00 fee.

Unanimous Vote.

 

Hearing – Violation of Disposal Work Installer’s Permit

Chairman Perkins read a letter that was sent to Jeffrey Tardanico, G.E.R. Corporation, Inc., from Jeanne Spalding. The letter addressed continuing violations of the Disposal Works Installer’s Permit, and ordered a hearing to be held on October 7, 2002 at 7:45 PM.

Ms. Spalding told the Board that she has since received correspondence from Mr. Tardanico which established a policy for his employees to follow. Ms. Spalding is satisfied with this, and told the Board that they would not have to proceed with the hearing.

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

VOTED: To dismiss the matter regarding the continuing violations of the Disposal Works Installer’s Permit of Jeffrey Tardanico, G.E.R. Corporation, Inc., provided he adhere to the procedure he has agreed to, and if he doesn’t to come back before the Board.

Unanimous Vote.

Meeting – RE: Discussion of Assawompset Pond Complex Management Plan

Tori Fletcher, of Epsilon Associates, Inc., addressed the Board. She made several introductions of people who were present, including representatives from D.E.M., D.F.W.E.L.E., Selectmen from New Bedford and Lakeville, and Arthur Bergeron, E.O.E.A.

Ms. Fletcher told the Board that the parcel includes 4,000 acres which is made up of property in four (4) towns: Lakeville, Middleborough, Rochester and Freetown). The land acts as a protective buffer to Taunton and New Bedford water supply resources.

Ms. Fletcher said the Plan introduces public access, which had previously been restricted. The E.O.E.A. and other agencies had been brought together to discuss what types of activities are appropriate, that would not detract from the water quality.

Any Middleboro residents who are interested in being representatives for the Land Management Plan were asked to contact the Selectmen’s Office. The Management Team will be made up of the E.O.E.A., D.E.M., D.E.P. (non-voting) and representatives from each Town. The Management Team will meet on a quarterly basis, with Nancy Yeatts coordinating.

There are still some restricted areas to the public, and 200 signs have been posted.

Ms. Yeatts told the Board that she has been "on board" for one (1) month. She said the vision is to include a barn which would be used as a visitors center. The first event to be held there is planned for this weekend.

Arthur Bergeron publicly thanked Mr. Healey, who pointed out issues with the lakes in 1999. Mr. Bergeron said he has done a lot of work around the State developing intercommunity deals, but no placed has worked better than here. He said this is not a State park, but one that belongs to the communities.

Selectman Eayrs told Mr. Bergeron that the Board is very concerned about the proposal for the Black Brook Corridor, which would also preserve land. He said he hoped the funding would be looked upon favorably, noting that a lot of time has been put into the grant application. He also noted that New Bedford’s approval was not contingent on the Board’s seeking the grant.

Mr. Bergeron said that another funding round will be coming soon.

Joe Freitas, who has lived on the north shore of the Assawompset Pond for over 50 years, thanked everyone who was involved with the purchase of the Betty’s Neck property.

Bob Orkin, of the Baystate Trail Riders Southeast Chapter, also thanked everyone who was involved. He said his association had "dreamed and talked about these trails for years".

Richard Chamberlin said that people in this Town had worked to get something going with this property. He was pleased that it has "finally taken off". He did express concerns with the limited number of people involved. He noted, as Chairman of the ConCom, he had just found out about this meeting.

Ruth Geoffroy said she wished to underscore that people in this Town have been working on protecting the property for 17 years. She said she did not feel they were "in the loop". She felt they should be involved.

Mr. Bergeron explained that it was necessary to make sure the "real estate interests felt comfortable", noting they were under time constraints.

Mr. Healey noted that that this was a "jumping off point", and State agencies should be thanked over and over. To get the cities to open this land is a remarkable accomplishment. He said the key will be how the Management Team is built and who’s allowed to be part of it. He said he hoped there would be "room for everyone at the table" to have input.

Joe Freitas asked about the allowance of hunting. He asked if there would be cars parked along the side of the road and in the fire lanes.

Ms. Fletcher said that the full Management Plan has an appendix of all State laws. Environmental Police have already been on the property. She also noted that hunting on Betty’s Neck will require a special permit.

Chairman Perkins thanked everyone who was involved.

NEW BUSINESS

Set Order of Conditions for Earth Removal Permit – O’Connor – (off) Rocky Meadow Street

Glenn Amaral was present. The Board reviewed the Orders of Conditions, and set the bond amount at $100,000.

Mr. Amaral suggested the amount was high for the size of the property. The entire project is 6.4 acres.

Discussion ensued on whether or not the Board had established that $100,000 would be the bond amount on all Orders of Conditions. Chairman Perkins believed it should project specific.

Mr. Amaral also had concerns with the following language: "Existing tree lines, natural land topography and vegetative buffer zones shall be maintained and a buffer zone created a minimum of 200 feet from the public roadway and 100 feet from all property lines. In the absence of treelines on the property(ies), then the natural vegetated buffer shall be maintained for the same distances and trees planted The existing tree lines serving as a buffer between existing property will not be altered." He noted that to comply with this condition would require substantial revisions.

Selectman Eayrs noted that the plan, which showed a lesser buffer zone, had already been accepted by the Board. He agreed the condition should be amended.

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

VOTED: To approve the Order of Conditions for the Earth Removal granted to Daniel O’Connor for property located off Rocky Meadow Street, Middleborough, MA, Assessors Map 045 Lot 675, subject to all conditions and the plan, including any orders from the ConCom and D.E.P.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Change Hours – Sheldon’s Café

The Board received a request from Don and Shelly Belfiano d/b/a Sheldon’s Café, to change their hours. Upon motion by Selectman Eayrs and seconded by Selectwoman Brunelle, the Board

VOTED: To approve a change of hours for Sheldon’s Café as follows:

Mondays closed

Tuesday - Saturday 6:00 AM to 9:30 PM

Sundays 7:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Approve Street Name – Tarragon Lane

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

VOTED: To approve the street name Tarragon Lane for a new subdivision named Tarragon Estates to be located off Highland Street.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Approve & Sign Chapter 90 Contract

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

VOTED: To authorize the Chairman to sign the Chapter 90 Contract.

Unanimous Vote.

Request for Common Victualer License – "Golden Roll" – 547 West Grove Street

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

VOTED: To grant a Common Victualer License to Hoy Son Szeto d/b/a "Golden Roll", located at 547 West Grove Street. The hours are 11:30 AM to 9:00 PM seven (7) days a week.

Unanimous Vote.

Request for Common Victualer License – "Subway" – 547 West Grove Street

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

VOTED: To grant a Common Victualer License to JGV, Inc. d/b/a Subway, located at 547 West Grove Street. The hours are Monday through Friday 6:30 AM to 10:00 PM, and Saturday and Sunday 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

Unanimous Vote.

Request for Approval of Massachusetts Child Walk – Middleboro Education Association

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

VOTED: To approve the request made by the Middleboro Education Association to hold the 5th annual Massachusetts Teachers Association’s Massachusetts Child Project on Sunday, October 20, 2002 at 1:00 PM.

Unanimous Vote.

Request to Approve & Sign Order of Taking – Fuller Street

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

VOTED: To approve and sign the Order of Taking for the Barnhart property located on Fuller Street.

Unanimous Vote.

OLD BUSINESS

Personnel Board Recommendation – Non-Union Personnel Wage & Classification Plan

Selectwoman Brunelle left the room for this discussion.

Chairman Perkins read a letter from Town Counsel dated September 26, 2002. His opinion, backed by the Plymouth County D. A.’s Office, is that the Board may negotiate, in Executive Session, with the Non-Union Bargaining Group.

Selectman Eayrs suggested that the Board begin negotiating immediately.

Selectman Rogers questioned what the rush was to begin negotiating, noting that the Personnel Board had asked for an extension to November 15th to make their recommendations.

Chairman Perkins reminded everyone that the Board had sent a letter to the Personnel Board giving a one (1) week deadline. From their response, they have also accepted the Plan. He agreed it is time to sit and negotiate the final Plan.

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

VOTED: To set an immediate date for an Executive Session with the Non-Union Bargaining Group.

Unanimous Vote.

Selectman Eayrs noted that the Personnel Board and the Non-Union were given a deadline of September 15th. The Non-Union had completed the Plan at that time. The Personnel Board had waited until the Plan was complete to begin reviewing it. He said the Plan is a good start and noted that some things need to be negotiated.

Selectman Rogers noted that the Personnel Board has a meeting scheduled for Wednesday. He suggested they be asked to provide their written recommendations.

Chairman Perkins noted that the Personnel Board had met last week, and had not forwarded any correspondence to the Board.

Ruth Geoffroy told the Board that one of the concerns of the Personnel Board had to do with Park Department positions. She said that both groups are now in agreement that all positions are covered.

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

VOTED: To send a letter to the Personnel Board asking to submit any recommendations they may have following their October 9th meeting to the Board by the end of the week.

Unanimous Vote.

Ms. Geoffroy noted that 3 of the 5 members of the negotiating committee were present. Chairman Perkins said he did not want to enter into negotiations tonight, but suggested picking a night for next week.

It was the Board’s consensus to schedule an Executive Session for Tuesday, October 15th, at 6:00 PM. The meeting will be held in the Selectmen’s Meeting Room.

Discuss Early Retirement Incentive

Mr. Healey presented the final numbers to the Board. He said the basic criteria that the Board needed to address was:

    1. Decide what group or groups;
    2. How many in each group;
    3. By what date applications must be submitted to Plymouth County Retirement Board; and
    4. What date they must retire

Mr. Healey pointed out that the survey was non-binding. Once the criteria was decided, the Plymouth County Retirement will accept applications, and the retirement will be granted by total years of service.

Mr. Healey told the Board that the five (5) year plan was not cost effective. Eligible employees would be replaced by new hires, with additional health costs incurred.

Chairman Perkins said he had gone over the figures, and looked at the people who would qualify. $4,000 had been paid for an actuary study. However, the incentive does not work for anybody. He said he was not in favor of adopting the early retirement incentive.

Selectwoman Brunelle agreed the numbers did not work. She also noted that the Board would have no control as to who will retire. Therefore, it couldn’t be sure it would be cost effective. She was not in favor of implementing the incentive.

Selectman Eayrs said that he really wanted the plan to work. He noted that it would work if positions did not have to be replaced. He said he was frustrated that the Board could not offer it to the people it wants to, but the decisions would be made by the P.C.R.B. He said he reluctantly agreed that it cannot be implemented.

Selectman Rogers said there was no advantage to offering the incentive to Group 4. He said there could be an advantage to splitting the Town Clerk/Accountant position. However, there was no guarantee that this position would be included in those granted.

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

VOTED: To decline to offer the Early Retirement Incentive program.

Unanimous Vote.

Mr. Healey said he wished to publicly thank his Assistant, Susan McCusker, for all the work she had done on gathering information.

TOWN MANAGER’S REPORT

Mr. Healey told the Board that he has been made aware of the crowded nature of the athletic fields. He has suggested forming an ad hoc committee to advise the Board for the need for, and possible location of, future fields. He suggested several people to be part of the committee, including Lisa Clough.

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that Ms. Clough is a Finance Committee member, and is therefore prohibited, by Town Charter, to serve on any committee. She said Ms. Clough could attend and offer input.

Selectman Rogers noted that the Capital Planning Committee had made a recommendation to approach the Peirce Trustees to ask for funding of an evaluation on the existing fields. He noted that the evaluation, which would cost about $25,000, is a requirement for Urban Self-help money for the E.O.E.A. Mr. Rogers noted that John Wagner, Weston & Sampson, is an expert at this.

Selectwoman Brunelle asked if any proposed new fields would be Town-owned. Mr. Healey said they would. Selectwoman Brunelle suggested asking other leagues if they would be interested in contributing. Mr. Healey suggested that organizations could run fundraisers.

Selectwoman Brunelle noted that additional personnel would be needed to maintain more fields, and this should be part of the consideration.

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

VOTED: To appoint an Athletic Fields Committee, for a period of one (1) year, to be made up of the following individuals:

Unanimous Vote.

Anyone interested in serving as an "at-large" member should contact the Selectmen’s Office.

SELECTMEN’S BILLS

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

VOTED: To pay the bill submitted by Hathaway Publishing in the amount of $1,258.00.

Unanimous Vote.

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

VOTED: To pay three (3) bills submitted by the Middleborough Gas & Electric Department in the amounts of $9.42, $23.84, and $29.27, totaling $62.53.

Unanimous Vote.

Two (2) bills were held for further information:

Weston & Sampson – Plain Street Review - $4,491.82; and

Gale Associates, Inc. – Gasoline Release – Fire Station - $5,625.00.

OTHER

VOTED: To authorize Whitman Hanson Regional High School to rent the Town Hall Ballroom for a Junior/Senior Semi (Dance) to be held on Saturday, November 9, 2002 from 6:00 PM to 12:00 Midnight.

Unanimous Vote.

It was the Board’s consensus not to respond until correspondence was received with signatures.

VOTED: To direct Mr. Healey to draft a response of concerns to Mass Housing regarding Sammy’s Way.

Unanimous Vote.

CORRESPONDENCE

VOTED: To send a letter to Betty Wainwright, who is retiring from the Town Clerk’s Office, thanking her for 17 years of service.

Unanimous Vote.

 

 

 

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

VOTED: To adjourn at 10:06 PM.

Unanimous Vote.

 

 

 

 

Diane Henault, Secretary

BOARD OF SELECTMEN