Selectmen’s Agenda May 5, 2009
April 30, 2009
May 5, 2009Roll call
1. Steve Lucier
2. Bradford Improvement – town hall improvements
1. Accounts payable and payroll manifest for signature
2. Sign LEOP forms
3. Update from Bob Wright regarding the Road Race
4. Mutual aid agreement for highway and building department
5. Mr. Manchester’s windmill construction posting
6. Annual PSNH Pole license for Flags
Library Activities 05.09
April 29, 2009
FRIDAY, MAY 1
MONDAY, MAY 4
SATURDAY, MAY 9
Mother’s Day Craft Program
FRIDAY, MAY 15
SATURDAY, MAY 23
Book & Plant Sale
WEDNESDAY, MAY 27
Friends Annual Meeting
Planning Board Minutes 04.28.09
April 29, 2009
TOWN OF BRADFORD
APRIL 28, 2009
Call to Order and Roll Call:
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair called the April 28th meeting to order at 7:00PM with Marcia Keller, Barry Wheeler, Barbara Vannata, Jim Bibbo, Alternate, Jane Johnsen, Alternate, Bill Glennie and Marge Cilley, Secretary present. Sonny Harris was absent.
Review and Consideration of March 24, 2009 Minutes:
Motion was made by Barbara Vannata to accept the minutes as presented. Seconded by Barry Wheeler. Motion carried 4-0. Marcia abstained.
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair seated Jim Bibbo for Sonny Harris.
To Do Folder:
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair went over several different upcoming meetings available to the board members.
The Central New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission letter requesting nominees for Representation was discussed. The current representatives are Jane Johnsen and Bill Glennie. Bill Glennie is agreeable to stay on, making one seat available.
Motion was made by Jim Bibbo to ask Nate Bruss, or Brooks McCandless if they would be interested. Motion was seconded by Barry Wheeler and carried 6-0.
The Planning Board will write a letter to the Selectmen with their nomination for them to forward to the CNHRPC.
Jane Johnsen will attend the Selectmen’s meeting April 29 at 10:00am with Department Heads as the Planning Board representative.
Ledgewood Pines, Mark Brunnel, Old Warner road, Map 3, Lot 94 & 96:
A letter from the Attorney’s office answering questions from the planning board was read and discussed at length regarding Ledgewood Pines.
Provan and Lorber bill has been received for Ledgewood Pines, and it was brought up that Ledgewood Pines representative should attend the May 12, 2009 meeting and will be notified.
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised he had received a telephone call regarding Wind Towers and discussion ensued regarding them as to restrictions, and when effective date for same comes into effect.
Status of Regulatory Documents: Subdivision and Site Plan:
Marcia Keller advised she will work on formatting the updated Subdivision and Site Plan and Bill Glennie volunteered to assist her.
Motion was made by Marcia Keller to schedule a Public Hearing to declare the gravel pit on Pleasant Valley Road, Map 7, Lot 29, owned by Harriett Hobbs as abandoned. Seconded by Bill Glennie. Motion carried 6-0.
A letter will be written to Harriett Hobbs regarding the Gravel Pit on Pleasant Valley Road, Map 7, Lot 29 with a Public Hearing to be scheduled June 9, 2009, according to RSA 155E-7.
A priority list was discussed which included Zoning Ordinance, Sign Ordinance, Village District, Conservation District.
Motion was made by Marcia Keller for the planning board members to read the Zoning Ordinance, and come in with suggestions at the May 26, 2009 work meeting with any changes. Seconded by Bill Glennie. Motion carried 6-0.
Marcia Keller questioned the status on the Martin property on Lake Massasecum and requested the members read the RSA 674.41, pages 539-541 for interpretation.
Meeting adjoined at 8:30 pm.
Marjorie R. Cilley
Conservation Commission Minutes 04.22.09
April 27, 2009
Draft Meeting Notes Bradford Conservation Commission
Date: April 22, 2009
Location: Town Hall
Present: Nathanial Bruss, Brooks McCandlish, Carol Meise, J. Ann Eldridge
Secretary’s notes: Meeting notes of 3/17/2009 accepted with minor change, noting that Meg Fearnley remains as treasurer.
Treasurer’s notes: Interest made, dues to NHACC paid (increased)
More trail maps may be needed this year.
Correspondence: Watershed Ecology Institute, 10 day intensive announced. July.
Presentation: Possible program for the public on coyotes discussed. Nathanial to speak to Amy Blitzer on details.
Involvement with school systems discussed. Project Learning Tree a possibility. Brooks to collect general information on this program. Ann to check on possibility of working with Elementary School.
Carol Meise reported on quarterly meeting with Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust.
Noted that NH Co-Op Extension Wildlife Action Plan outreach will meet with BCC on Wednesday, May 6, 5-6pm. Probable location = Town Hall.
Discussion on progression/timetable of update of Natural Resource Inventory. Northern Geomantics to send suggested list of map layers as per subcommittee meeting of April 9. Suggested that Commission looks into a mailing to residents/landowners? Seeking input. Suggestions, possible questions and/or topics to be discussed at May meeting.
Meeting adjourned: 9:30 more or less.
Respectfully submitted, JA Eldridge
Planning Board Agenda 04.28.09
April 25, 2009
TOWN OF BRADFORD
APRIL 28, 2009
A G E N D A
1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL
2. REVIEW AND CONSIDERATION OF MARCH 24, 2009 MINUTES
3. TO DO FOLDER
4. STATUS OF REGULATORY DOCUMENTS: SUBDIVISION & SITE PLAN
5. PRIORITY LIST
6. ANY OTHER BUSINESS TO COME BEFORE THE BOARD
Select Board Minutes 04.21.09
April 22, 2009
Town of Bradford
April 21, 2009
The Pledge of Allegiance was said.
Call to Order and Roll Call:
Charles Meany, Chair called the April 21, 2009 meeting to order at 5:35pm with Peter Fenton, Jack Meaney, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley Secretary present. Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer was absent.
Review and Approval of April 7, 2009 and April 10, 2009 Minutes:
It was decided to review the minutes at a later time.
Kevin Allen, Map 3, Lot 9, Sub A, came before the Selectmen regarding a tax bill he has been receiving for land and building, but the property does not have a building on it, only a foundation. Mr. Allen was advised he will get an abatement, which will actually be refunded on the next bill this year, in the amount of Five hundred fourteen dollars ($514.00). Cheryl Behr, Administrator advised Mr. Allen she will make up a spreadsheet for him showing what the actual tax bill is for the land and foundation, on that one lot.
Mr. Robert Wright, Sutton:
Mr. Wright came before the Selectmen regarding his 21st year of involvement in the Independence Day Road Race as Director. He was requesting information regarding the Police, and Insurance. Cheryl Behr, Administrator advised the Town has never carried a rider or waiver for the Insurance for the race in the past twelve years. Also the fee for a Police Officer is $35.00 per hour and the Police cruiser is $15.00 per hour. It was stated that about 200 runners usually participate, and some of the proceeds from the race went to Project Climb, and the local Church. Marlene Freyler advised she would put in two hundred fifty dollars from the 4th of July budget to go towards insurance, and Barry Wheeler offered one hundred twenty five dollars. The overall cost previously has been thirty eight hundred dollars. At this time, Charles Meany, Chair requested to be kept abreast of how it is all coming together. Marlene Freyler advised she was purchasing a tent which the Road Race could use.
Millie Kittredge, Zoning Board, regarding waiver for Martin building on Lake Massasecum:
Millie Kittredge has presented a waiver to the Selectmen to sign regarding the impossibility of the fire trucks being able to get to the property. The Town Attorney has previously approved like paperwork. The Selectmen did not sign the waiver, but suggested the owners of the property do need to sign it, then it should be presented to the Selectmen.
Ray Goodale, 2 Rowe Mountain Road:
Mr. Goodale requests waiving any additional penalties regarding his taxes, which was 15% of fair market value. Charles Meany, Chair suggested stipulations for the abatement of the 15%, that being cleaning up the yard. Mr. Goodale advised he has been cleaning it up and presented pictures showing same, and advised he will continue to finish cleaning up the area, with completion done by the end of this year or the first of next. Charles Meany, Chair suggested accepting the payment on arrears, plus the penalty, and then hold the seventeen thousand ($17,000) until completion of cleaning up the yard, by the end of the year. Peter Fenton advised that if Mr. Goodale cannot get the yard cleaned up by the time snow flies then he should come back to see the Selectmen. Cheryl Behr, Administrator will forward a letter to Mr. Goodale to sign and return to the Selectmen.
Motion was made by Peter Fenton to waive the 15% on the understanding the property will be cleaned up by the end of 2009, but if not cleaned up, then Mr. Goodale will come back to see the Selectmen. Charles Meany, Chair seconded. Motion carried 3-0.
Robert Stewart, Sr. came before the Selectmen regarding the newly negotiated contract for the Kindergarten at the Community Center. Paragraph 2 was discussed with a change requested by the Kindergarten to read renewed. It was suggested that the word be replaced with renegotiation, so it could be discussed at a later date per Robert Stewart.
Motion was made by Jack Meaney to accept the tentative rental agreement as it reads, with a change in paragraph #2 stating the lease agreement may be renegotiated on or around December 31. Peter Fenton seconded. Motion carried 3-0. The Kindergarten will sign prior to the Selectmen’s signatures.
Bob Stewart, Sr. advised another problem to be brought up is money coming in from different groups using the space at the Community Center, such as for birthday parties, people coming in to sew etc. The State of NH has dictated that they now need insurance. Bob advised the Selectmen have the power to say they do not need to have insurance to these people if they want to. It was stated that LGC will not cover individual groups. Cheryl Behr, Administrator will format a form to be signed by users of the Community Center stating any damages will be covered or paid for by the recipient.
Motion was made by Peter Fenton to give the BACC authority to offer a waiver of Insurance for any non-profit groups that meet at the Community Center. Charles Meany, Chair seconded. Motion carried 3-0.
Bob Stewart, Sr. advised he has a lease coming up for CAP and proposes to raise their rent from six thousand ($6,000) to sixty six hundred ($6,600), which is $50.00 per month.
Peter Fenton questioned if the kitchen counters have been replaced to which Bob Stewart, Sr. advised yes, and since the building belongs to the Town of Bradford, they paid for it.
Cheryl Behr, Administrator discussed going on-line for renewals in the Town Clerks office due to the closing of the office on Fridays commencing May 1, 2009. This would involve costs for software at $3600.00, new printers etc.
Cheryl Behr, Administrator discussed LEOP (Local Emergency Operation Plan) which was approved last year, and now the Selectmen need to adopt it. Until this is signed by the Selectmen, no Conservation Grants for this building may be applied for.
Motion was made by Peter Fenton to accept the LEOP, seconded by Jack Meaney. Motion carried 3-0.
Accounts Payable and Payroll were reviewed and signed.
Motion was made by Peter Fenton, to accept Marlene Freyler’s request to spend $1,400.00 from the Patriotic Purposes Account to purchase a 10′ x 20′ tent.
Seconded by Jack Meaney. Motion carried 3-0.
The Selectmen requested that Marlene bring in the paperwork regarding the tent in question.
The Selectmen signed letters to: Manchester, Deed for MacNab, and Scheibel property.
A telephone call was received from Linda Pierce requesting to know if their lawn has been observed yet from a conversation at the April 7, 2009 Selectmen’s Meeting. Jack Meaney advised he has ridden by twice, and there is a small windrow, and it was noted that Steve Lucier, Road Agent will be taking care of it.
Cheryl Behr, Administrator will be working out hours of coverage when the office will be closed on Fridays. The Selectmen suggested they work out their own schedule.
The schedule for RFP’s for fencing and generator will be prepared for the next meeting.
There is an Energy Conservation Committee needed for the Stimulus, Charles Meany, Chair advised he would be on the committee.
Dick Moore wishes to have a radio for the Cemetery truck. Steve Lucier, Road Agent is having one being repaired which can be used.
Motion was made by Jack Meaney to put the radio which is being repaired in the Cemetery Truck. Seconded by Charles Meany, Chair. Motion carried 3-0.
The topic of Town Hall driveway was passed over for tonight.
Peter Fenton advised a wall belonging to Mr. Pugliese on West Road was tagged last winter and needs to be checked out by the Highway Dept.
Non public session regarding personnel matters per RSA91A3IIc was held at 6:50.
No decisions were made. Out of Non-public session at 7:15pm.
Marjorie R. Cilley
Budget Committee Minutes 04.21.09
April 22, 2009
Town of Bradford
Budget Committee Meeting
April 21, 2009
Call to Order and Roll Call:
Robert Stewart, Sr. called the April 21, 2009 Budget Committee Meeting to order at 7:05pm with Chris Aiken, Jane Lucas, Marlene Freyler, and Marge Cilley, Secretary present. Gary Wall is absent. Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Peter Fenton, Selectmen Representative arrived at 7:15pm
Robert Stewart, Sr, Chair advised tonight’s meeting will include: 1. Elect a Chairman
2. Elect a New Member. 3. Review the Expense Accounts of the Town of Bradford, for the first three months.
Motion was made by Marlene Freyler to elect Robert Stewart, Sr. as Chair and George Morse to be second chair when Mr. Stewart is not here. Motion seconded by Jane Lucas. Motion carried 4-0.
Motion was made by Marlene Freyler to bring George Morse on as a new Budget Committee member, to fill the seat of Jack Meaney who has resigned as he has been elected as Selectman. Seconded by Jane Lucas. Motion carried 3-0.
Expense Accounts – Report #6737 thru 4/30/09
Account # Description Percent Remaining
4130 Executive 65.60 %
4140 Election, Registration & Vital Statistics 50.32 %
4150 Financial Administration 64.58 %
4152 Revaluation of Property 79.96 %
4153 Legal 83.81 %
4155 Employee Benefits 68.06 %
At this time, Jack Meaney presented his resignation letter to the Budget Committee effective immediately due to being elected to the board of Selectmen. He advised “it has been an honor and privilege to serve on a board that is staffed with dedicated people who show the concern for the well being for the Town and its Residents.”
4191 Planning & Zoning 84.53 %
(Circuit Rider should be reduced by
4194 Gen Govt. Bldgs 65.93 %
4195 Cemetery 93.86 %
4196 Insurance 61.98
4199 Other General Gov’t. 100.00 %
4210 Police Dept. 72.58 %
4220 Fire Dept. 77.31 %
4225 Rescue Squad 79.43 %
(Headings of each will be named in future)
(Fees have been submitted for payment)
Account for payments has been set up at
4240 Building Dept. 88.47 %
4290 Civil Defense 100.00 %
4312 Highway Dept. 70.51 %
4313 Bridges 100.00 %
4316 Street Lighting 74.59 %
4323 Waste Collection 73.75 %
4324 Solid Waste Disposal 65.99 %
4415 Inoculations 100.00 %
4441 Welfare 68.51 %
4445 Welfare Payments 92.40 %
4520 Parks & Recreation 98.50 %
4550 Library 52.01 %
4583 Patriotic Purposes 100.00 %
Jane Lucas advised there are 275 Veterans
and flags will be procured for their graves.
4589 Community Center 78.79 %
4619 Other Conservation 100.00 %
(Misc. Expense needs to be checked out.)
The following are Capital Expenses – Not Budgeted.
4903) Capital Projects – Buildings
4913) Capital Project Funds
Marjorie R. Cilley
Planning Board Minutes 04.14.09
April 20, 2009
TOWN OF BRADFORD
APRIL 14, 2009
Call to Order and Roll Call:
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair called the meeting to order at 7:00pm with Barry Wheeler, Barbara Vannata, Sonny Harris, Jack Meaney, Selectmen’s Representative, Bill Glennie, Jane Johnsen, Alternate, Jim Bibbo, Alternate present. Marcia Keller was absent.
Review and Consideration of March 10, 2009 minutes:
Motion was made by Barbara Vannata to accept the minutes as presented. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 6-0.
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair seated Jane Johnsen for Marcia Keller.
Peter Isham, Pleasant Valley Road, Map 6, Lot 106 advised the planning board that there has been some confusion regarding his application at the time Ian Thomas, CNHRPC left, and they had tried to work with Matt Monahan,CNHRPC but he couldn’t get into the room with the files. Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised when Robert Stewart, Jr. RCS Design does need to meet with Matt Monahan, to let us know, and that will be possible. Peter Isham advised that yes, they are still working on the application, and hopefully next month they will be in.
Ray Critch, representing 1500 West Road Development, LLC, Site Plan for Map 17, Lots 2 & 3. (Master’s Store Facility)
Mr. Critch presented two authorization letters, 1. from Debbie Dimond and 2. from Mike Carter.
Mr. Critch advised the existing property consists of two lots, lot 2 where the store is, and lot 3, the storage area in the back. Desire is to consolidate the two lots, take down the three existing buildings and build a larger building. Where the storage bays are now located would be utilized as a parking lot. Today there is about 9000 square feet of buildings; proposal is for 5800 square feet. The proposed building would be a multi use building, with the main function being a grocery store. No architectural plans are available at this time, but the plan is to keep it in the rural character of the neighborhood. The Right of Way is in the deed for TDS. A total of 18 parking spaces were in the plans.
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised a special exception could be needed and initially he should be in touch with the Building Inspector. Copies of the plans were left for the board members to look at.
Skip McKean, for Ayer and Goss Facility, Route 114, Map 6, Lot 104 & 105.
Skip McKean came before the planning board regarding putting in another propane tank next to the existing one that was approved in August 1990. This tank would be a 30,000 gallon size. The State and Bradford Fire Department input would be required. Since this would be an addition, a Modified Site Plan would be required. Mr. McKean was requested to bring in an updated Site Plan showing any changes he may have made.
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised that the submission of the application is required three weeks prior to the meeting in which it will be heard. It was also advised that if there were no comments or conditions from the Fire Department, then an approval could be done in one meeting.
Scott Bussiere, representing Ledgewood Pines, Old Warner Road, Map 3, Lots 94 & 96:
Discussion resumed regarding the revised Road Bond Estimate. Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised there was a revision as a great deal of time had elapsed since the bond was initially submitted. In reply to a question by Mr. Bussiere, Phil LaMoreaux, advised the Road Bond is required to be in place prior to final approval being issued. Mr. Bussiere advised that some other towns have put in place a reclamation bond.
Motion was made by Barry Wheeler to modify the existing Conditions of Approval to state a Reclamation Bond is posted, plus the stipulation be added to the deed that no lots be sold or transferred until either the road is complete or a Construction bond is in place. This condition will be accepted only with the approval of the Bradford Town Attorney. Bill Glennie Seconded the motion. Phil LaMoreaux, Chair voted Nay. Motion carried 6-0.
Final copies of the plans are still needed at this time, signed by the Engineers, and Ken Anderson. On one plan, one recording, the Boundary Line Adjustment, the new lot lines, the Voluntary Merger all needs to be included and signed by all the current owners. Deed descriptions are needed for the big lot as well as Ken Anderson’s lot. A Mylar, and 5 full sized copies of the plan are also required, as well as a check for recording.
Responses to letters sent:
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair advised there has been no response to certified letters sent out, only responses that they have received them for the following.
1. Arkadi Nikiforow, 127 Pleasant View Road, Map 1, Lot 23.
2. DPX2 – Route 103, Map 3, Lot 52.
3. Carolyn Demers – 2524 State Route 103, Map 3, Lot 52.
To Do Folder Contents Reviewed:
Spring Conference date mentioned
Phil LaMoreaux, Chair will send correspondence to Harriet Hobbs re: gravel pit.
Meeting Adjourned 8:20pm.
Marjorie R. Cilley
Selectmen’s agenda April 21, 2009
April 17, 2009
April 21th 2009
Selectmen’s MeetingRoll Call
1. Kevin Allen
2. Millie Kittredge re: waiver for Martin
3. Mr. Wright regarding Independence Day road race
4. Ray Goodale regarding tax matter
1. Adoption of the LEOP completed last May 2008
2. Accounts payable and payroll manifests for review
3. Review KAP (preschool) lease. BACC mission statement
4. Linda Pierce re property damage
5. Beginning of reduced hours on May 1st. Schedule for Selectmen’s office.
6. Schedule for RFP’s for fencing and generator.
7. Letters for signature – Manchester, Deed for Mac Nab,
8. Cemetery – radio for truck
9. Town hall driveway
10. Non public session regarding personnel matters per RSA 91A3IIc
BACC April Minutes 04.08.09
April 13, 2009
BRADFORD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER COMMITTEE MEETING
APRIL 8, 2009
PRESENT: Ellen Brownson, John Bruss, Kate Dobrowski, Director, Debbie Flinkstrom, , Karen Hambleton, Fred Hubley, Margaret Raymond, Dawn Rich, Jim Valiquet, Mary Ann Wright.
Fran Vainas attended the meeting to speak to the board about her yoga classes. After our discussion with Fran she has agreed to report back to us within the week with her decision about the board ‘s concern.
John Bruss, Chair, opened the meeting at 5:15 pm.
Minutes of the March 18th meeting were approved.
DIRECTOR’S REPORT: Report given by Kate, our director, was given out at the meeting to board members and will be published in full on website, Bradford NH.org, with the minutes. New information on the report received at the meeting: Social Media classes changed to May 18 and May 19th.
BUILDING MAINTENANCE: Kitchen counter has been resurfaced. Still need to check on roof leak.
SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE: No report
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES: Ellen will assist Parks and Recreation committee with finding helpers for the bloodmobile on Bradford Independence Day. Walk NH is scheduled for Thursday, June 4th, the opening day of Farmers Market. Walkers are needed and volunteers to help on the day of the walk.
KAP REPRESENTATIVE: Bunny Brunch is Saturday, April 11th, 8:30 am – 11:00 am at the Center. $5.00 per person: age 2 and under are free. Easter Egg Hunt will follow at the Library. 21 children are now involved in the classes.
CHAIR’S REPORT. The board voted for the slate of officers for the coming year. John Bruss will continue as Chair and Dawn Rich as Vice Chair. Secretary’s position was not filled. Minutes will be taken by Chair and Vice Chair.
OLD BUSINESS: Wolf picture hanging in Senior Room was donated to the center by Marge Cilley. At this time there is no decision about a location for the Welfare Director to use for her appointments.
NEW BUSINESS: Leases for CAP and KAP will be worked on and then given to the Selectmen for approval.
Meeting adjourned at 6:20 pm. Next meeting 5/13/09
Kate Dobrowski, Dawn Rich (minutes unapproved)
BRADFORD AREA COMMUNITY CENTER and PARKS AND RECREATION
April 8, 2009
Leases – To be reviewed by Committee
The kitchen counters were resurfaced by Miracle Method / Ted Fisher of Barrington, NH. The backsplash has started to separate. Mr Fisher returned to assess the problem. They will fix it this week.
Roof leak in kitchen – needs to be looked at. A small amount of water appears to be coming from around the flashing of the ansul/equipment on the roof.
On hold – no change
Entry way art project- A high school artist has volunteered to produce a design for the front entryway of the building . Katherine Allen will sketch her ideas to submit to this committee for approval. She will do this as a Community Service project for her college portfolio.
Social Media Class
Sarah Chaffee of Bradford has agreed to teach a class on Social media on Monday May 11th. The class will be 2 sessions of 3 hours each. The class will cover blogging, facebook type accounts, twitter and some other social networks.
Meeting took place March 24th. Next meeting TBA. Application for the check was completed. The magnet art is done and ready to go into production to be inserted into the mailing by the “Friends”
Thanks to Brandon Sussman and Andrew Pinard are working on a Farmers Market web page.
Walk NH and Weight Watchers
Martha Barron helped with this last year. It was scheduled for the opening day of Farmers Market. Should we do it again this year? Volunteers are needed to help. I also responded to an email from weight watchers but have not heard back which is what happened last time.
Summer Day Camp
Camper registration went into the media . Granite Quill April edition and SmartWoman Easter edition. The Kearsarge Shopper and Bradford Bridge will be next. Have scheduled LGC training for staff .
Do we have volunteers to help with this again this year? A contact person is needed to head this effort up.
Community Garden – To continue again this year.
Parks and Recreation
Tina did a great job explaining the event . Many ideas were shared by the participants
Minutes were taken by Joni Pickman . Tina Defosses created a list of contacts. The next Winter Carnival Meeting will be held on April 29th at 6pm
Archery Program at Brown Shattuck on April 15th from 4-5pm. There are 7-8 people signed up.
Looking for Red Cross certified swim instructor. Have 2 possibilities
NEW SIGNS FOR FRENCH”S PARK – We will need at least 2-4 new signs for the beach area .
Baton this year – Joni
Date for French’s Park clean -up is scheduled for Saturday May 23rd.
Hiring for French’s Park person -
Beef Roast and Cow Flop bingo- Keep this event on Friday night? Cow Flop Bingo needs to be taken over by “Friends”