Meeting location: Town offices
Date: July 12, 2018
Members present: Jay Jacobs and Jonathan Miner. Member absent: Kathleen Scott
Meeting opened: 7:00 pm. Meeting adjourned: 8:40 pm
Documents signed or reviewed
SB approved Select Board Meeting Minutes for June 28, 2018.
SB signed financials in the amount of $10,369.80.
SB acknowledged receipt of letter from Adam Kossayda and noted that staff is working to assemble documents for Freedom of Information Request.
SB acknowledged receipt of letter about a permit application from Huntley Survey and Design but requests more information.
Departments, Boards, and Committees:
Assessing — SB signed Timber Tax Levy from Robert Ervin and Douglas Viles.
Building Inspector– SB noted signed occupancy permits for Robert Cheviot of 173 Chesham Road and Jamie Jayde of Hancock Road. Separately, SB acknowledged signed building permits for Hes and Tessa Halsey, Mindy Rossignal, Dan Langille, Robert and Lillian Kearney, Tom and Kathleen Hamon, and Mark Corliss.
Fire Department– Regarding the roofing bid for the old fire station, SB asks staff to please locate the bid from Brian Halvonick.
Historic District Commission– SB acknowledged receipt of Meeting Minutes of June 27, 2018.
Library Trustees– SB acknowledged receipt of Meeting Minutes of June 20, 2018.
Ordinance Review Committee– SB acknowledged receipt of Meeting Minutes of June 18, 2018.
Planning Board– SB noted agenda for July 11, 2018.
Recycling Center– SB is working to finalize tipping fee schedule and requests any proposed changes from the manager.
Town Clerk– SB signed oath of office for Seth Farmer for 3-year term as alternate Library Trustee.
Zoning Board– SB noted agenda for July 18, 2018.
Broadband – Chris Lynch of Matrix Design Systems, which designs and builds fiber optic networks, submitted information to the board about a fiber optic solution for residents in town that involves a public-private partnership. His company is talking to the Town of Dublin as well.
SB will forward information to the Broadband Committee for consideration, and Mr. Lynch will prepare a written proposal based on the number of homes and potential subscribers and the number of road miles in town.
Allan Saari attended to reiterate his frustration with the poor condition of the Catholic cemetery and the response of the archdiocese when staff contacted them. SB suggested Mr. Saari contact the archdiocese himself to discuss the matter.
A resident requested information from SB about past approval for the upgrading of Blood Hill Road and any stipulations included regarding change of use, liability and maintenance to a certain standard. SB will research the matter.
SWRPC – SB acknowledged receipt of Mast Complete Streets Implementation Grant and Commission Highlights.
July 28 – Harrisville Pond Association from 10-12
September 3 – Labor Day (Offices closed)
September 11 – Primary Elections at Town Office
November 6 – General Elections at Town Office