FINAL MINUTES OF PUBLIC HEARING
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Meeting held on the 8th day of October 2002
Approval of Prior Minutes: Motion made by Kantner to approve 9/24/2002 minutes as amended, second by Fiske.
Voted unanimous to XX Approve Disapprove
1. Subject: 7:05 p.m. Reviewed and signed vouchers.
Reviewed letter of resignation from William Phillips from the Zoning Board of Adjustment. Move by Frazier to accept the resignation of Phillips with regret, second by Kantner and voted in the unanimous affirmative.
Reviewed and signed applications for permit to build from the following: Craig
Beland, M 08 L 046-IC – shed, a sketch is needed before issuance of the
Permit; Sally Mann, M 09 L 008 – Barn.
Reviewed Veteran’s Credit applications. Moved by Frazier to grant the
Veteran’s credit to Carolyn Myrick Revocable Trust, as a veteran and as a
surviving spouse; Christina Caswell and Carol Edwards as surviving spouses
and The Raymond & Pat Lee Revocable Trust, second by Fiske and voted in
the unanimous affirmative.
Reviewed and signed an intent to cut for North Pack Lodge, M 09 L 007.
Reviewed and signed a letter authorizing Police Chief James McTague to
file a claim for abandoned property from the State of NH for the Police
Reviewed a letter from the Lukas Foundation. Move by Frazier to allow the
Lukas Foundation to start road and site work and to approve the name
“Lukas Drive”, second by Fiske and voted two for, Kantner not at the meeting
at the time of the vote.
Discussion of choosing a company to do the water tests at the old dumpsite
Brown & Fish Roads. The quotes from Brian Hardy, ENSR and GeoInsight
were reviewed. Fiske informed the Board that Hardy had told her his quote
would increase $110.00 due to additional tests for well #3. These tests would
be performed as a cautionary measure after discovery that the padlock
had been removed from well #3. Fiske stated that the Police and Peter
Beblowski at the State of NH-DES had been informed of the missing padlock.
Move by Fiske to hire Brian Hardy to test the water at the dumpsite, second by Frazier, voted two for with Kantner opposed.
FINAL MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC
ON THE 8th DAY OF OCTOBER 2002
1. Subject: (cont.) S. Fiske spoke to the Board about the Historical papers found
at the Town Hall. Fiske and Betsy Perry will make a presentation to the
Historical Society on Tuesday, October 15, 2002. Perry will ascertain which
papers need to be retained by the Town and which papers can be donated to
the Historical Society based on the record retention list from the State of NH.
A letter will be sent to Mr. Klinck regarding the scheduled appointment for
October 22, 2002. This appointment will be 15 minutes.
Discussion of getting people for the Zoning Board of Adjustment, no action
taken at this time.
2. Subject: 7:45 p.m. Dorothy Morine came in to review her property tax
payment schedule. Mrs. Morine explained that she has been making the
scheduled payments according to her agreement. This was verified by a
note from the Tax Collector. Move by Frazier to continue the agreement with
Mrs. Morine for another year, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous
3. Subject: 8:00 p.m. Tim Fiske, Road Agent, came in to discuss several matters with the Board. The first item T. Fiske discussed was the new EPA regulations and the need for a storm water plan for the Highway Department. Fiske recommended sealing the drain in the old portion of the Highway Garage; the new portion of the Highway Garage does not have a drain. T. Fiske also explained that as of the winter of 2003 salt will no longer be mixed with the sand as the salt pile is outside and the new EPA regulations do not allow salt with sand if stored outside. T. Fiske informed the Board that the Town needs to have a plan for implementation of the EPA requirements. It was suggested that the Town hire a company with experience in writing these plans; the cost is approximately $900 to $1500. T. Fiske would like the Board to get at least one other quote for this. The second item of discussion was the old snow plow that the Town had sold to James Benotti. Benotti has not paid for the snowplow yet. T. Fiske got approximately 180 yards of material for the new ball field from Benotti. Move by Frazier to accept the material for the new ball field from James Benotti in exchange for the old snow plow, second by Kantner and voted in the unanimous affirmative. T. Fiske informed the Board that the new ball field is approximately 90% complete. Fiske will fill in the old test pit holes on the land managed by the Conservation Commission. The antennas for the Fire Department may not be grounded; the Board should consider budgeting to have these grounded. The roads will be sealed in 2003. The Board will need to consider a warrant article in 2003 to raise the Town’s portion to rebuild the Putnam Road Bridge. There will be no State money available until 2006, but the State will not put Temple on the list for any money until the Town has raised it’s estimated $60,000 share of the cost.
FINAL MINUTES OF THE PUBLIC
ON THE 8th DAY OF OCTOBER 2002
4. Subject: 8:25 p.m. Mike Connolly, Chairman of the Conservation Commission came in to discuss various issues. First item was the well at the ball field. A warrant article should be written for 2003 to accept the well. Second item was the Chris Weston Conservation land. The ConCom would like to clean up the dumping area found on this land. There was discussion of who is responsible for clean up. The Board informed Connolly that if any hazardous waste is found the Town is responsible; if there is no hazardous waste the ConCom can clean up the area. Connolly asked who should be monitoring the easement on the former Banker property located on West Road. Move by Frazier to have the Conservation Commission monitor the conservation easement on the former Alice Banker property, M 03 Lots 016 & 017, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous affirmative. The last item concerned a request from John Doyle for reimbursement of costs associated with the proposed conservation easement on his property, M 07 Lot 037. Frazier stated that the Board of Selectmen never agreed to reimburse Mr. Doyle and the request came about through the Conservation Commission’s dealings with Mr. Doyle. Connolly stated that there are costs, which the ConCom had not agreed to pay. After discussion of who should be responsible for this request it was moved by Frazier to assign the Doyle request to the Conservation Commission for action, second by Fiske and voted in the unanimous affirmative.
5. Meeting adjourned at 9:25 p.m.
Respectfully submitted by Debra Harling, Administrative Assistant.