FINAL MINUTES OF PUBLIC HEARING
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Meeting held on the 27th day of August 2002
Approval of Prior Minutes: Motion made by Frazier to approve 8/13/2002 as amended, second by Kantner.
Voted unanimous to XX Approve Disapprove
1. Subject: 7:00 p.m. Reviewed and signed vouchers.
Reviewed and signed MS-1 Summary of Inventory Valuation Extension request form.
Reviewed letter submitted by George Ellis from Mondanock Septic Design
regarding M 02 L 061. No action needed by the Board of Selectmen. This
will be reviewed by the Planning Board.
Discussion of a request by Bruce Kullgren of the Building Committee and Tim
Fiske, Road Agent to clear, by brush hogging, the Town land south of the
Municipal building. Move by Frazier to have the Town land, M 07 L 035,
south of the Municipal building cleared, at no additional cost to the town.
second by Kantner, voted in the unanimous affirmative.
Reviewed and signed State of NH-DRA form PA-43 Tax Year Assessment
Reviewed and signed Notice of Intent to Cut for Walter Birdsall, M 05 L054.
Discussion of the audit report for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2000.
Move by Frazier to approve the audit report submitted by Melanson, Heath &
Company for the year ended December 31, 2000, second by Fiske and voted
in the unanimous affirmative.
Review of a letter received from Peter Beblowski of the State of NH-DES
regarding the recent water tests of the wells at the closed land fill on Fish and
Frazier will contact Mr. Beblowski about this letter.
FINAL MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC
ON THE 27th DAY OF August 2002
2. Subject: 7:45 p.m. Mason Klinck was scheduled, did not show.
3. Subject: 8:45 p.m. Linda Foster, Candidate for the State House of Representatives came in to introduce herself. Ms. Foster explained the change in Districts. Foster has represented Mont Vernon, Lyndeborough and Greenfield since 1992. The change of Districts has created a five-town district consisting of Lyndeborough, Mont Vernon, New Boston, Temple and Wilton. Foster is now running as a candidate for this new district. Foster gave the Board her background as a State Representative.
4. Subject: 8:05 p.m. Cheryl Jankowski, John Jankowski and Patricia Smith came before the Board to discuss their plans if they purchased a portion of the Andersen property which is currently for sale. A plan for a five-bedroom house was shown. Frazier explained that as long as all zoning requirements are met and all applicable permits have been received there should be no problem with the issuance of a building permit. No action was needed at this time.
5. Subject: 8:15 p.m. Barbara Gill appeared before the Board to discuss the position for the Planning Board Minute Taker. Fiske requested a resume in order to set up a formal interview.
6. Subject: 8:20 p.m. Jeanne Whitcomb, Tax Collector appeared before the Board to discuss the two properties left for possible tax deeding. The two properties are the Caney and Call trailers. The Board informed Whitcomb that the Town will not deed either trailer. The Board and Whitcomb discussed filing a claim in Small Claims Court against Call. Move by Frazier to abate the 2001 tax on the Call trailer as, per former Selectman Brian Kullgren, this trailer was not located in the Town Of Temple in the year 2001 and to instruct the Tax Collector to file a claim in Small Claims Court against Corliss Call, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous affirmative. There was discussion regarding the Caney trailer. This trailer is now used as a storage unit. The Board will inform the property owners that this trailer will be added to the property assessment of M 02 L 080 is 2003. A letter will be sent to the owners of the property.
7. Subject: 8:30 p.m. The Board discussed the position of Minute Taker for the Planning Board. Barbara Gill will be asked to take minutes at the 9/4/02 meeting of the Planning Board along with the Administrative Assistant. These will be reviewed in conjunction with a formal interview.
8. Subject: 9:00 p.m. Meeting adjourned.
Respectfully submitted by Debra Harling, Administrative Assistant.