Meeting held on the 17th of February 2004


Board members present: B. Kantner, S. Fiske, Ted Petro


Call to Order by B. Kantner at 7:05 p.m.


Approval of prior minutes: 


Regular Business


  1. Subject:                                                                                                           Discussion of rental of the Town Hall to Rick and Jackie Davis for the “Silver Lining Circus Camp”.  J. Davis was informed that the Town of Temple would need to be named as an “additional insurer” on any insurance that the Davis’ obtain.  Move by Petro to allow “Silver Lining Circus Camp” to rent the Town Hall at a cost of $25.00 per day pending receipt of a certificate of insurance naming the Town of Temple as an additional insurer, second by Kantner and voted in the unanimous affirmative.  J. Davis informed the Board that the scheduled dates are June 21, 2004 through July 23, 2004.  Davis will contact the Administrative Assistant to schedule another meeting with the Board in the near future.

Review of letters received from citizens regarding the proposal by Anne Miglioizzi to house a leopard on her property.  The Administrative Assistant will send a letter to Ms. Migliozzi informing her that the conditions of her approval for the housing of the leopard have not been met.

Signed the 2004 warrant.

Signed a letter to Brooke Leasing & Development regarding the review and signing of septic designs.

Kantner informed the Board he had spoken to Bill Rossignol of Holden Engineering.  Holden Engineering had received the letter from Tim Fiske, Road Agent, the engineering work for the West Road Bridge and they are interested in working on the project.

Kantner informed the Board that he had spoken to Attorney Drescher regarding the letters received from Mason Klinck.  Attorney Drescher suggested that the Board request Mr. Klinck to submit a letter addressing his concerns to the Board for their review.  The Board had received such a letter from Mr. Klinck, which was acknowledged at the 2/10/04 meeting when the Board signed a letter to Mr. Klinck with this acknowledgement.  Attorney Drescher informed Kantner that RSA 91A:2, II covers the information that must be in the minutes of public meetings.  Kantner will call Mr. Klinck to inform him of the information from Drescher.




  1. Subject:  Steve Andersen, Chairman of the BAC, submitted a letter to the Board regarding the 2/11/04 meeting of the BAC.  Andersen also submitted the information the BAC would like to put into the town newsletter for the Board to review.  Fiske asked Andersen and BAC member Charlene Eddy if they would consider a paid recording clerk to record the BAC minutes.  The BAC is currently the only board that does not have a non-member recording the minutes.  Both Andersen and Eddy agreed that the BAC should have a “Minute Taker” for their meetings.  The Board of Selectmen was also in agreement with hiring a “Minute Taker” for the BAC meetings.


  1. Subject:  Move by Fiske to adjourn, second by Petro.  Meeting adjourned at 8:00 p.m.




Respectfully submitted by Debra Harling, Administrative Assistant.