Meeting location: Town offices
Date: June 22, 2017
Members present: Jay Jacobs, Jonathan Miner. Members absent: Andrew Maneval
Members of the public: Doug Walker, Historic District Commission; Erin Hammerstedt, Historic Harrisville; Seth Farmer
Meeting opened: 7:00 pm; Meeting adjourned: 8:55 pm

Documents signed and reviewed:

SB signed weekly financials in the amount of $130,800.80.

SB signed Meeting Minutes for June 15, 2017.

SB noted email from Patrick Gagne regarding the mowing, trash pickup and 2 dead trees on the beach that need to be removed from Russell Reservoir Beach. SB requested whether trash pickup at Sunset Beach could be extended to include Russell Reservoir Beach. The SB also requested that Angela Hendrickson invite the friends of Russell Reservoir to attend the July 6th SB meeting to discuss.

Departments, Boards and Committees:
Building Inspector – SB noted signed building permit for Janice Jackson of 26 Dion Grove (Map 61 Lot 16) and signed Building Permit for Holly and Richard Jackson of 4 Willard Hill Road
(Map 30 Lot 53).

Conservation Commission – SB noted the email from Andrea Polizos about the NHPR program.

Planning Board – SB noted the letter from Silas Little regarding the Handbook for Office and Information Planning Board PDF Information. SB also noted the email from Ned Hulbert stating he completed the Parade Permit for Old Home Days and mailed it to NHDOT, as well as the PB Work Session of June 20.
Other Business:
Street Light Project – Doug Walker updated the SB, stating he hasn’t been able to reach Paul Houseman from Eversource to discuss assessing the Jamestown Radial Wave fixture for their LED program. If that fixture doesn’t work, the HDC also is pursuing receiving pricing from PEMCO for a retrofit option and reaching out to other manufacturers to identify four fixture vendors. If the existing fixtures aren’t workable, the HDC reiterated its hope to retain them for the town’s use. Mr. Walker also reiterated the HDC’s ultimate hope of finding a fixture that meets the criteria for Eversource, the Warrant Article and the historic ideals of the town and stated it is moving ahead as quickly as possible to find a solution and, responding to the SB’s concern that the process was being stalled, Doug Walker stated they in no way intend to stall the process. Jay Jacobs stated that obtaining the existing fixtures for inventory would be a separate track and would be separate from the SB’s scope. Jay Jacobs outlined the basic parameters of the program, including the 20K budget, the calculated cost savings and keeping lumens within cost-savings calculations. The HDC and Erin Hammerstedt stated they will move forward with a draft RFP and vendor options.  The SB suggested the HDC meet with Russ Downing to request his input.

July 3rd
Fireworks (Rain date July 10th)
July 7thOld Home Days