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Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #18 ($6,603.65)
  4. Reviewed the bank reconciliation report from treasurer Marti Gross.
  5. Fire Department Chief Church updated the selectmen on the maintenance of the Fire Station/Community Room and the grant process for the generator.
  6. Assisted residents with reviewing property cards and maps.
  7. Selectmen received and opened two mowing bids:

Bid 1 - C&S Roadwork: $2,500.00
Bid 2 - Don Oliver :        $1,500.00

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.
  3. Selectmen received the 2015 tax commitment books from Annie Tibbetts.
  4. Selectmen organized the paper work for the properties going up for bid.
  5. Warrant # 11 ($23,590.66) was reviewed and signed.
  6. Road Commissioner Goucher talked of the work that he has been doing to the roads. He has started grading the town roads. He has graded the Stream Road and pre graded the Davis and the Bessey Roads. He is pulling in the sides and grading out the middle of the roads.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.
  3. The selectmen met with the townʼs health officer Dr. Dan Onion. Dr. Onion reviewed the Health Communities of the Capital area report regarding Vienna. The report suggested that Vienna should develop bike ways and pedestrian walk ways. The report goes on to say that the town should promote the use of the Kennebec Highlands, BRCA, and the Parker Pond Headlands and the trails on the town website.
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Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #22 ($172,391.20)
  4. Discussion with Road Commissioner Dan Goucher and treasurer Marti Gross on the road accounts.
  5. Selectmen agreed to have a Special Town Meeting on Tuesday, December 16th at 7:00 PM at the Town House. There will be two articles:

     a. To see if the town will transfer the balance of the Paving Account (approx. $11,000) to the Road Maintenance Account.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. It was reported that the new generator is in place at the Fire Station/Community room.
  4. Selectmen signed a three year contract for the Hauling of Waste (Trash and Recyclables) with Scott Laliberte of Riverside Disposal of Augusta.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from previous meeting.
  3. Reviewed Warrant #20 ($14,239.40)
  4. Sand Bids Opened: The town received one bid to provide winter sand. The bid was for 2500 yards at $4.50 per yard. The total for 2500 yards is $11,500. This is .51 per yard increase over the previous year. The selectmen accepted the bid to Jean Castonguay Logging and Excavation.
  5. The five new members of the Board of Appeals were sworn in for three year terms by Town Clerk Annie Tibbetts.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from previous meeting.
  3. Discussed possible candidates for the Board of Appeals. Four people so far have expressed an interest. One was determined to be ineligible. Selectmen will continue to contact people – the board needs to have five members.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Reviewed and accepted minutes from previous meeting.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant # 19 ($73,966.29 )
  4. Answered questions from a resident in regards to a letter he received from the town Auditor.
  5. Reviewed the bank reconciliation report.
  6. The selectmen reviewed the list of foreclosed properties with treasurer Marti Gross. She stated that a couple of the (previous) property owners have made partial payments.

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