FINAL MINUTES OF PUBLIC HEARING
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Meeting held on the 28th day of January 2003
Board members present: R. Frazier, B. Kantner, S. Fiske
Call to Order by R. Frazier at 7:15 p.m.
Approval of Prior
Minutes: Motion made by Fiske to approve 1/7/2003 minutes as amended, second by Frazier.
unanimous to XX Approve Disapprove
7:00 p.m. Reviewed and
Reviewed a letter from Primex regarding application of the
return contribution for the workers compensation insurance. The return contribution will be applied to
the 2003 workers compensation invoice.
Move by Frazier to approve the Veteran’s Tax Credit for
Walter Saenger, M 08 L 028-E, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous
Move by Frazier to accept Walter Birdsall’s resignation from
the Board of Library Trustees with regret, second by Fiske and voted in the
Move by Frazier to acknowledge the work of Police Office
Vint Boggis, as expressed in the letter of thanks from the Peterborough Police
Department, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous affirmative.
Signed two intents to cut for Shirley Quinn and Mary Girard,
M 05 Lots 085 and 099.
Reviewed and signed current use-land use change tax
Reviewed and signed final December 2002 abatements for the
TMSC (bankruptcy amount); The Lukas Foundation; Stonegate
Farm; Corliss Call and George Ellis.
Reviewed and signed letters to Verizon and PSNH regarding
the poles replaced by the ball field on General Miller Highway.
S. Fiske asked the Board to let Linda Bollinger know if
there are any projects the Board would like to see accomplished during “Good
Reviewed a letter from the DES regarding a complaint
received regarding a pond on Holt Lane, no action needed from the Board at this
Requested that the Administrative Assistant send a letter to
the Greenville Board of Selectmen informing them that the land use information
requested will be forwarded to the Temple Planning Board.
FINAL MINUTES OF THE
ON THE 28th DAY OF JANUARY 2003
Fiske informed the Board that Jim Boutwell, a plumber, had fixed
the drip in the kitchen of the town hall.
Shut off valves need to be installed and the ladies room plumbing needs
to be repaired. Work is continuing
on the frozen septic line between the library and the town hall.
8:00 p.m. Phil Lauriat,
Vince Mamone and Connie Kieley represented the building committee. Lauriat presented a report to the Board
with the following proposed warrant articles. #1 – Proposed $5000.00 to hire an architect to study the
Town Hall for an addition and upgrading.
Fiske will work on the $5,000.00 warrant article for the
architect. #2 – Propose an
addition to the present municipal building to be used temporarily as
Police Space. Jim LaPree of the
building committee has the information for the municipal building
addition. #3 – Purchase the
Skladany land off General Miller Highway.
The Town Attorney has written the warrant article for this. There was discussion of the Skladany
land. Frazier stated he would like
to se the warrant article have a condition which would require the Board
of Selectmen not to purchase the property if an appraisal came in
lower. Kantner suggested a leeway
of + 10%. Frazier said he
would agree to that.
8:20 p.m. Patty Edwards came before the Board to discuss driveway
plowing. Edwards stated that after
the 1/7/2003 Board meeting there were mailboxes that were plowed out. Edwards presented pictures, which she
indicated showed mailboxes plowed out.
Edwards stated that she had spoken to Brian and Bruce Kullgren and
said that both men informed her that they have been plowing out mailboxes
for over three years. Discussion
ensued regarding the pictures that had been presented. Fiske asked Edwards what action she is
requesting from the Board. Edwards
wished the Board to acknowledge that mailboxes are being plowed out.
9:00 p.m. Deneice Johnson
from the recreation commission came in.
Fiske informed the Board that Peter Martin, owner of Temple Mtn.,
had contacted her with a proposal to lease the mountain to the town for
$1.00 to be used for sledding.
Fiske had asked Johnson to look into the potential costs. Johnson reported that she had contacted
the NHMA Property-Liability Trust.
The Trust had informed her there would be not insurance cost
increase as long as there is no down hill skiing and what is and is not
allowed is clearly posted. The
Administrative Assistant will
MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC MEETING
ON THE 28th DAY OF JANUARY 2003
- Subject: contact Scott Weeden of NHMA
Property-Liability Trust to request that they send someone to look at the
mountain. The Administrative
Assistant will also try to find out if the Board of Selectmen can enter
into a lease such as this without a town meeting.
9:15 p.m. Reviewed the
preliminary budget figures. Made
minor changes in some accounts.
The budget committee and departments heads will be contacted about
being at the budget hearing. A
bond hearing will be held Saturday, 2/15/2003 at 10:00 AM at the town
hall. The Board discussed the
report submitted for the Conservation Commission. Frazier will contact the ConCom
Secretary about rewriting the report.
10:30 p.m. Meeting adjourned.
submitted by Debra Harling, Administrative Assistant.