Selectmen minutes

Selectmen's meeting

Meeting Date
2016-04-19
Board
Present
Dodi Thompson, Chris Smith, Jeff Rackliff, Muffy Floyd, Jim Floyd.
  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.  
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #8 ($20,152.16).
  4. Selectmen agreed to purchase a 100’x100’ tarp to cover the sand/salt pile. This should arrive next week and put up soon thereafter; this will help protect the salt/sand pile during spring and summer rains.
  5. Received a check for $126.00 from Maine Municipal after our Workers Comp audit.
  6. The Road Commissioner has been continuing the tree and brush cutting along roadsides. He is also filling soft spots and pot holes on all town roads.

Selectmen's meeting

Meeting Date
2016-04-12
Board
Present
Dodi Thompson, Chris Smith, Jeff Rackliff, Nathaniel Rackliff, Norah Mulachy, Caleb Mulachy, Dawn Mulachy
  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.
  3. Discussed the sand and gravel issue.
  4. Dodi spoke with MMA about the Building Ordinance to verify procedure of submitting a petition. Tim Sent Dodi a sample of the wording he plans on using.
  5. Jeff is going to look further into tarping the sand pile. He will check prices, etc.
  6. The selectmen will be purchasing a game cam to watch the sand pile.
  7. The Road Commissioner continues to remove potentially dangerous trees from the side of the town roads.

Selectmen's meeting

Meeting Date
2016-04-05
Board
Present
Dodi Thompson, Chris Smith, Jeff Rackliff, Dan Goucher, Tim Bickford, Marti Gross, Carole O’Connell
  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.   
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #7 ($88,495.46)
  4. Discussed town roads with the Road Commissioner, and talked about plans for Road Maintenance for the 2016 year. Tower road and Bean Farm road have had some maintenance at this time involving removal of potentially dangerous trees. The Tower Road has been addressed from end to end.
  5. Carole O’Connell from the Historical Society asked if the town could repair the shoulder of the section of the Kimball Pond Road in front of the spring and repair the edge of the road. This has been forwarded to the Road commissioner. Selectmen suggested the historical society could put up a “seasonal fence” to keep automobiles off the shoulder.
  6. Discussed the new Building Ordinance with Tim Bickford. He wishes to have it repealed. The selectmen explained he could submit a citizen’s petition to have an article put on the warrant for the town meeting in 2017.  
  7. Selectmen discussed the increased use of electricity at the sand shed. Chris is going to call CMP to check the situation (and the equipment).

Selectmen's meeting

Meeting Date
2016-03-22
Board
Present
Dodi Thompson, Chris Smith, Jeff Rackliff, Tim Bickford
  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.
  3. Selectmen discussed a Poverty Abatement application. It was agreed to grant the abatement, which was then signed. (Executive Session was not required as no one but the selectmen were in the building at the time)  Dodi will submit the abatement to Tax Collector, Annie Tibbetts tomorrow.  
  4. Tim Bickford stopped in for an abatement application.

Selectmen's meeting

Meeting Date
2016-03-15
Board
Present
Dodi Thompson, Chris Smith, Jeff Rackliff, Jim Craig, Brian Church
  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant # 6.
  4. Selectmen voted Dodi Thompson as Chairperson of the board for another year.  There was a discussion of the election and Town Meeting. All the incumbents were reelected. Town meeting went smoothly. The budget was accepted as presented; all articles passed, and the proposed Building Ordinance was adopted.
  5. Discussed the theft of town materials from the sand/salt shed property. We have had a town resident take truck loads of sand over the winter; they also took stone/gravel to fix their driveway this spring.   One of the selectmen caught them twice and gave them a warning and explained the salt/sand policy of the Town.  The selectmen continued to explain to them the proof (including photos) he had gathered, as well as reports from other town residents. The selectmen agreed to send an official letter asking for reimbursement to the town for two loads of sand and two loads of gravel. If no payment is received by May 1, 2016, the proper law enforcement authorities will be notified.
  6. Jim Craig requested a copy of the new Building Ordinance.
  7. Chief Church requested a copy of the warrant to submit for reimbursement from a forestry grant.

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