Selectmen’s Agenda 06.02.14

June 2, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting

Agenda

June 2, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

 

Public Discussion on Sale of Town Property to be voted on at the Special Town Meeting 6/16/19.

 

Appearances:

1.

Regular Business

1.      Independence Day Celebration – July 5th progress report

2.      Abatements for signature

3.      Appointment for Henry Thomas as part time police officer

4.      Road cleaning issues

5.      Budget Discussions

6.      Ambulance contract

 

 

Pending issues:

1.      Transfer Station Contracts

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature

Review and accept Minutes

Select Board Minutes 05.19.14

May 21, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MNUTES

MAY 19, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call To Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Chair opened the meeting at 5:37pm with Sonny Harris, Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley, Secretary present. Harry Wright was absent.

Tom French – Henniker Rescue:

Tom French advised he had forwarded a proposal from the Henniker Selectmen to Bradford Selectmen to peruse regarding joining Rescue Squads. Tom stated that Henniker Attorney has looked at it, and tonight’s meeting is more or less a sounding board between the two groups. John Pfeifle stated the Bradford Attorney does also have a copy of it. Some discussion ensued regarding some wording and time frame. John Pfeifle advised he will e-mail Henniker with some suggestions.

Both groups will continue to work on modifying this contract and work on a revised proposal for the July 7, 2014 Selectmen’s meeting.

Marcia Keller – Planning Board:

Marcia Keller, Chair Planning Board gave the Selectmen the new tri-fold Planning Board brochure as well as some for the outside of the Selectmen’s office. Marcia also indicated that the information within the brochure will help let everyone know which department can help people with different questions.

Code Violations:

The following names had received letters regarding code violations:

Oona Tropeano- requested an extension of 90 days to remove vehicle in question.

Mrs. Chase Kenyon requested an extension on zoning violation until the Zoning Board meets in June to allow time to file for a special Exception.

Mr. Biron requested an extension of the zoning violation deadline. He is intending to sell both vehicles in question and is advertising the vehicles this weekend. Suggestion was for him to check back in 30 days.

Denise Renk – Barking Dogs:

John Pfeifle advised the barking dog concern has been discussed previously. Some thoughts were that some town people will help in building a shelter for the goats and there are some logs the town owns that can be cut for this. Denise Renk stated that she is not happy with keeping the animals sheltered year round, and would like them outside from October on. John also advised a plan needs to be put in place for good Management. Practices. Sonny Harris will check on some roofing with Kenny Anderson at the Land Fill.

Intent to Cut was signed for Bliss Dayton, County Road, Map 9, Lot 36.

Abatements were signed.

Independence Day:

A group of people got together and held a meeting for the Independence Day Celebration. Parade will be set to commence at 4:00pm Letters will go out to prospective float entry’s as well as to political candidates. For additional information, the Selectmen’s Office may be called at 938-5900.

Discussion on sale of town property:

Discussion was held regarding town property, specifically the sand pit on Jones Road and the feasibility of selling it. It was estimated that there will be three more years of sand there, however a building could be erected in the northwest corner without interference of procuring the sand. There is wood on the lot, which the purchaser would have to remove. There will be a Pubic Hearing on June 2, 2014 with discussion followed by a Town Meeting tentatively set up after that, on June 9, 2014 at the school.

Erica Gross, Town Clerk advised the timing depends upon the Check List people being available to sit so voters can sign up.

Historical Society – Claire James:

Clair James gave a brief synopsis of the on-line fund raiser, Kickstart for the Historical Society for the express use to paint the exterior of the Tin Shop, (The former Stewart building). Claire stated that $3200.00 is needed and about 50% has been raised. Another $1200.00 is needed by May 30th, and if the total amount is not collected, then they receive nothing. In order to participate, go to the WEB site: www.kickstarter.com/projects/tinshop Kickstarter.com.

Breezy Hill Road Bridge:

Mark Gaboury from Breezy Hill came to the Selectmen to question the discussed/ anticipated covered bridge. John Pfeifle explained what has been discussed here- to -fore at meetings, in the Bradford Bridge as well as in the Intertown Record. The concerned citizen is opposed to looking at a covered bridge from his home as opposed to the water. He requested the name of the Town Attorney which Cheryl Behr will provide to him.

Dick Keller provided the Selectmen with a Time Line for 2015 Town Meeting.

Accounts Payable and Payroll were reviewed and signed.

Review and Consideration of May 12, 2014 Minutes:

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to approve the May 12, 2014 minutes as presented. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 2-0.

There being no other business to come before the board, meeting adjourned at 6:40pm.

Respectfuly submitted,

Marjorie R. Cilley, Secretary

Selectmen’s Agenda 5.19.14

May 19, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting

Agenda

May 19, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

 

Appearances:

1.   Tom French – Ambulance contract

2.  Marcia Keller – Planning Board

 

Regular Business

1.      Ona Tropeano request for extension of 90 days to remove vehicle

2.      Mrs. Kenyon request extension on zoning violation until the Zoning Board meets in June to allow time to file for a special exception.

3.      Independence Day Celebration – July 5th progress

4.      Abatements for signature

5.      Discussion on sale of town property

 

 

Pending issues:

1.      Transfer Station Contracts

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature

Review and accept Minutes

Select Board Minutes 05.12.14

May 13, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MEETING

MAY 12, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call to Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Chair called the meeting to order at 5:28pm with Sonny Harris, Harry Wright, Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley, Secretary present:

Laurie Brown – Rescue Squad:

Laurie Brown brought up the proposal between the Henniker and Bradford Rescue Squad. John Pfeifle explained that they have been in discussion with Henniker and are waiting to hear from them with a proposal. Laurie produced a print out of the Henniker Selectmen’s May 6, 2014 meeting, from their WEB Site, in which they “Considered Proposal and Contract for Ambulance Service to Bradford. ” This was discussed at length, and again, John Pfeifle pointed out that the Town of Bradford Selectmen has not heard from Henniker, which they need to do prior to discussion/decisions. John advised they will be advised when they will meet for their input.

July 4th Status of Activities:

A list of activities was handed out to the Selectmen which they looked at. Mention was made that they do not want to compete with other activities in town. Also mentioned was to change the time of the parade, but no actual time was stated.

Paving Contract:

Paving Contract was signed for Pike Industries, West Lebanon to pave Fairgrounds Road and High Street for $84,933.75. Intention is to do this on Friday, May 16, 2014. Cheryl Behr was requested to contact Pike Industries to establish a 45 day net.

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to accept the Pike Industries, West Lebanon proposal to pave Fairgrounds Road and High Street for $84,933.75. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Thank You Letter:

Cheryl Behr advised a letter has been forwarded to the Warner Mason’s (Harris Lodge) for the 50 folding chairs they donated to the Town of Bradford.

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifests were reviewed and signed.

Mention was made that auditing is being done this week at the town office.

Tax Warrant was signed

Appointment for Signature:

Miriam D’Angona appointment was signed as Alternate Supervisor of the Check List.

John Pfeifle discussed briefly the continuance of gathering information for work on the covered bridge on Breezy Hill Road off Route 114.

Review and Consideration of May 5, 2014 minutes:

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to approve the May 5, 2014 minutes as presented. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Non-Public session per RSA 91-A:3IIe (legal issues) and (property issues) RSA-91-A:3IId

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to go into non-pubic session, at 6:18pm seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

John Pfeifle Yes Harry Wright Yes Sonny Harris Yes

Respectfully submitted,

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

Selectmen’s Agenda 5.12.14

May 12, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting Agenda

May 12, 2014

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

 

Appearances:

 

1.

Regular Business

  1. Status of July 4th activities
  2. Thank you to the Warner Masons for the donation of folding chairs
  3. Audit this week
  4. Henniker rescue – in the Messenger
  5. Non public session per RSA 91-A:3IIe (legal issues) and property issues RSA-91-A:3IId

 

Pending issues:

  1. Transfer Station Contracts
  2. Appointments for confirmation

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature –

Review and accept Minutes

Select Board Minutes 05.05.14

May 10, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

MAY 5, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call to Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Chair called the meeting to order at 5:30pm with Harry Wright, Sonny Harris, Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley, Secretary present.

Marlene Freyler:

Marlene Freyler questioned the Selectmen what is happening with the THRC and Bruss Construction at this time. John Pfeifle replied that the shingles do need to be put on the roof of the Town Hall. There is no conjecture at this time per John Pfeifle. The money that was paid out for the THRC was for contracted work for Bruss Construction and Scully Associates. Any plans and anything concerning THRC will be made available. The heat that was left on all winter, at a low temperature, in the town hall was to help preserve the building.

Question was if the Selectmen could give a monthly accounting of how money is being spent from the Town Hall repair fund. This was agreed, it could be done.

Denise Renk:

Denise Renk came before the Selectmen regarding several complaints of barking dogs from her property, and she understands, she should have been present for that to happen. Denise also inquired if they are going to ignore the right to farm law? After considerable conversation, a letter was read into the minutes by Cheryl Behr that is to be forwarded to Denise Renk stating the Town Attorney’s opinion regarding this topic. Denise Renk stated that the burden of proof is on the person that is saying the dog barking is a nuisance. Conversation ensued and the Selectmen advised the letter that will be forwarded to Ms. Renk needs a response back to the Selectmen before further action will be discussed.. John Pfeifle responded that the Selectmen are taking a position for the town, not for the Board.

Mission Statement for Revitalization Committee:

No Mission Statement was prepared by the Selectmen, resulting in the Committee coming up with their own. Several ideas were presented for them to consider regarding areas of possibility in town.

Town Hall Restoration Committee:

No one from the Town Hall Restoration Committee appeared.

Status of July 4th activities:

Sonny Harris advised Perry Teele will put up the flags for the 4th of July, however will not be involved further than that.

John Pfeifle will contact John Mock for further information regarding the 4th of July celebration.

Highway Department:

Barry Wheeler, Road Agent reported he has locked in fuel price at $3.48/gallon for off road diesel for a year.

Two different citizens thanked the Highway Department for doing a good clean up job from the winter sand, as well as keeping the road safe during the winter.

FEMA Money – State portion for 2010-2013:

The Federal Government pays 75% and the State pays 12.5%. of FEMA money. The amount for the town of Bradford is $24,800, and this will be paid over a period of time. Since 2010, the State has withheld payments per Cheryl Behr.

Sidewalk Review by Mike Croteau and Barry Wheeler, Road Agent:

Cheryl Behr stated that she had forwarded a letter to Mike Croteau, Kleinfelder , Senior Project Engineer and noticed J. Parker & Daughter who installed the sidewalks regarding the problems noticed this winter which should be rectified prior to the warrantee expiration which comes up soon. This is the sidewalk separating from the curbing.

Masons Lodge in Warner:

The Mason’s Lodge in Warner has offered the Town of Bradford 50 chairs that they will no longer need and also offered to deliver them. This will be accepted, and a Thank You letter will be forwarded to them.

Code Enforcement Violations:

Several letters were signed by the Selectmen for Code Enforcement violations. The list of violations was provided to the Selectmen by Walter Royal, the Code Enforcement Officer.

John Pfeifle reiterated the status of the proposed covered bridge to Breezy Hill Road off Route 103 as requested by a resident.

George Cilley questioned if the portable electronic sign could be set near the covered bridge on Center Road stating the Weight Limit as heavy trucks have been noted using it.

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifests were reviewed and signed.

Discussion regarding any stipulations regarding the use of Brown Shattuck Field was brought up. The deed from Martha Cilley did not have any restrictions. It was brought up that Stan Brown could have made some restrictions in memory of family members, and this will be checked out. John Pfeifle will contact a family member to further check this out.

Review and Consideration of April 28, 2014 minutes:

Motion was made by Sonny Harris to approve the minutes of April 28, 2014, with the following edit. Page 3, three lines up from the bottom should read: William C. Heselton, not Walter. Seconded by Harry Wright. Motion carried 3-0.

Motion was made to go into Non- Pubic Session at 6:35pm per RSA 91-A:3IId (property/negotiations) by John Pfeifle. Seconded by Sonny Harris.

John Pfeifle YES Sonny Harris YES Harry Wright YES

Motion carried 3-0.

Respectfully submitted

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

Revitalization Meeting Minutes 5.6.14

May 8, 2014

Revitalization Committee Minutes
5/6/14
7:00 pm

In attendance: Marilyn Gordon, Marlene Freyler, Felicia Starr, Gwen Dupuis, Jim Bibbo, Chris Way, Claire James
The Conservation Committee will take care of the clean up on the Tillie Wheeler Trail. Anyone is welcome to help.

Gardens need to be maintained – we will get together as a committee and help with the clean up.

We want to talk with the webmaster and discuss the site – what areas does he need help with, if any. Claire will invite Andrew Pinard to our next meeting.

Brown Shattuck Field – Since BNSYS do not use that field anymore, we discussed some ideas with 2 members of the Bradford Parks & Recreation committee. Felicia will attend their May 8th meeting at 5pm to talk with their board and get ideas from their committee.

Parks and Rec reminded us the French’s Park Clean up day is May 17th at 9:00 am. Bring rakes and tools.

Jim updated us on the Central NH Regional Planning for economic development grants. Our selectmen submitted 5 proposals.

The Bradford Historical Society is trying to raise money for the tin shop (former Stewart Agency building). Claire explained how “Kick starter” works. We offered some ideas on how to spread the word throughout Bradford.

Safe Routes to School committee needs a grant writer or someone who has some experience. Cheryl needs to have some help with this as soon as possible. Jim and Claire will be in contact with Cheryl.

Next meeting at BACC, June 3, 2014, 7:00 pm.

Selectmen’s Agenda 05.05.14

May 5, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting
Agenda
May 05, 2014
Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call –
Appearances:

1. Marlene Freyler
2.
Regular Business
1. Mission statement for Revitalization Committee
2. Town Hall Restoration Committee in to discuss roles and responsibilities
3. Status of July 4th activities
4. Letters to sign
5. Offer of folding chairs –
6. Non public session per RSA 91-A:3IId (property / negotiations)

Pending issues:
1. Transfer Station Contracts
2. Appointments for confirmation

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature –
Review and accept Minutes

Select Board Minutes 04.21.14

April 29, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MEETING

APRIL 21, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call To Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Chair called the meeting to order with Harry Wright, Sonny Harris, Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley, Secretary present.

No Appearances this evening.

CEDS Forms submitted to Department Heads:

Jim Bibbo had submitted CEDS forms for Solar Power, from Erich Caron, Planning Board and Erich Caron from the Historical Society to move old Post Office building to the Historical Society sight on East Main Street. These were signed by the Selectmen.

Cell Tower:

Conversation ensued regarding complaints of the existing Cell Tower erected by Industrial Communications off Route 114, behind Valley Transportation. Marcia Keller, Chair Planning Board had been requested to check the records, and everything was done according to regulations. Consensus of the Selectmen is to request Cheryl to write a letter to the company regarding camouflaging the tower.

Barking Dog:

Conversation ensued regarding Attorney Bernie Waugh’s response which. indicated a dog may bark to protect their charge, however, that does not mean they can bark all night. If the barking is not abated by June 1, 2014 then the town will be forced to fine the individual. Cheryl Behr was requested to write a letter to the individual who has the barking dogs.

The Selectmen signed a payment plan.

Henniker Rescue Squad:

Reference was made of some correspondence received from Tom French, Henniker Rescue Squad Director who indicated he has a draft prepared to present/discuss with the Henniker Selectmen on May 6, 2014, regarding: both towns joining forces. Shortly after that meeting hopefully the two boards can meet and discuss the proposal. Cheryl Behr questioned if they bill E-Max or go through some other company, which she will follow up on.

Lois Kilnap, Recycling Director:

Lois Kilnapp came before the Selectmen and discussed the heavy duty compactor which would cost $22,000.00 installed and with a trade in of the current compactor it would cost $18,500.00. Question is, would it be best to keep the old one and not trade it in, considering the possible maintenance? Lois questioned how to fill in the CIP questionnaire if it is kept? John Pfeifle questioned if shared services with some other town, might be better to have two machines. Further discussion will be held regarding this topic.

Results of the first CIP meeting:

Cheryl Behr advised she has a list of the Committee Members that the Selectmen need to approve for the CIP.

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to approve the CIP Committee as forwarded by Stephanie Alexander, CNHRPC. which includes:

Transfer Station            Lois Kilnapp

Selectmen                     John Pfeifle

Town Office                 Cheryl Behr

Planning Board Marcia Keller, Erich Caron, Claire James

Highway Department    Barry Wheeler

Police Department        Jim Valiquet, Steve Valiquet or Ed  Shaughnessy

Budget Committee        Don Jackson

Municipal Budget Committee    Jim Bibbo

The following Departments advised no one will serve on the committee.

Fire Department           Mark Goldberg

Rescue Squad              Laurie Brown

Motion seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Letter to NFI regarding coming into a Selectmen’s meeting was discussed, and waiting for information from the Police Department per Cheryl Behr.

April 28, 2014 is the date set for the Public Hearing regarding unanticipated revenue.

Personnel Action form for Neil Flanagan:

Neil Flanagan has completed the Police Academy, with required paper work signed by the Selectmen.

Also mentioned was a dinner honoring Ed Shaughnessy for his accomplishment on April 23, 2014 in Manchester.

John Pfeifle advised he had been down to the Route 114 Breezy Hill Bridge with Denny Heisler, with several suggestions of what should/could be done.

Also discussed was the weight of vehicles going over the covered bridge which is greater than the load limit, and Chief Valiquet will be requested to keep an eye on overweight vehicles.

Discussion regarding removing records that are still in the Town Hall took place. Cheryl Behr indicated there are many records that will need to be shredded as well as find storage space for valuable records.

Walter Royal, Code Enforcement is taking pictures and making lists of infractions then letters will be written to those that are in violation. John Pfeifle advised he would like these letters to be written next week.

Statement was made that Bruss Construction has been paid.

Mission Statement Revitalization Committee:

Marilyn Gordon stated that one of the projects the committee has discussed is to turn Brown Shattuck Field into a park, since the BNSYS has no longer use for it. That would be to take the dug-outs. down. Conversation ensued. Regarding other projects.

Putting up of Flags for Memorial Day was discussed, and will be followed up on.

Rural Heritage Connection of Bradford:

A Proposal for a Pledge Drive was presented to each Selectman from Rural Heritage Connection explaining their position in volunteering to work towards a pledge campaign in conjunction with the Town Hall Restoration Committee.

John Pfeifle advised he would like to wait until he hears back from someone as to how progress will go forward. He asks that no one goes out for a fund raising until all are coordinated.

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifests were reviewed and signed

Review and Consideration of April 14, 2014 minutes:

Motion was made by Sonny Harris to approve the April 14, 2014 minutes as presented. Seconded by John Pfeifle. Motion carried 3-0.

George Cilley questioned the mowing of Brown Shattuck Field as he has done for the past several years, now that the BNSYS is no longer using/or paying for their portion of use. Cheryl advised the payment for the mowing comes out of General Gov’t Buildings.

Motion was made by John Pfeifle for Mr. Cilley to continue to mow Brown Shattuck Field as he has done in the past. Seconded and carried 3-0.

There being no other business to come before the board, meeting adjourned 6:20pm

Respectfully submitted,

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

Select Board Minutes 04.14.14

April 29, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MEETING

APRIL 14, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call To Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Chair called the meeting to order at 5:30pm with Sonny Harris, Harry Wright, Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer, Cheryl Behr, Administrator and Marge Cilley, Secretary present.

CEDS Forms Discussed:

Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies (CEDS) forms were handed out to the Selectmen and were signed as the deadline for submission is April 15th. These included Jones Road, Naughton Property, Business Incubator.

Harry Wright also suggested an access road both ends of the Naught on property.

Breezy Hill Road Pavement Complaints:

Communication from a resident on Breezy Hill Road concerning the pavement being damaged by the town bucket loader. John Pfeifle reiterated the Highway Department has done a great job, and these things do happen. John Pfeifle has gone up to look at the problem.

CIP First Meeting:

Cheryl Behr advised the first CIP meeting was well attended, and she anticipates paperwork to be received soon from Stephanie Alexander, which will be distributed to members.

Highway Department:

Cheryl Behr stated she has talked with Barry Wheeler, Road Agent and stone for muddy roads is needed and will come out of salt money. Barry has requested money from the highway truck sale be made available to the Highway Department Discussion ensued as to distribution of the funds. Out of the $9100.00 received, suggestion was for $2,000 be returned to the Election Budget. The remaining $7100.00 be for tree work at $1,000.00 , $1,000 into tires and the remaining $5100.00 for salt. Selectmen concurred.

Public Hearing will be scheduled at the Selectmen’s regular meeting on April 28, 2014 for Unanticipated Revenue..

Decision was made by the Selectmen to request NFI to attend their May 5, 2014 meeting.

Cheryl Behr discussed having talked with the Municipal Association Property Liability Trust regarding the problem that was had with one of the trucks, and is trying to speak with the adjuster, and possibly receive a payment.

Sidewalks:

Cheryl Behr read an e-mail from Barry Wheeler, Road Agent questioning the Warrantee regarding the sidewalks as there is a separation between the concrete and the granite curb, and is concerned that overtime water will get in there and make the situation worse. A picture had been taken and was forwarded to Mike Croteau, P.E.

Appearances:

Phil Byfield came before the Selectmen with an on-going complaint of a dog barking problem. Mr. Byfield advised he had been to the Police with his concern. This has been going on all winter long, and summer is coming with open windows. Mr. Byfied also added that a Real Estate Broker refused to list his property with the constant barking. He also stated that his taxes are based on marketable value. He stated he needs some help.

Consensus of the Selectmen is to write a letter stating continued complaints have been received and they expect a resolution of the problem to be solved by May 15th. or they will have to take action

Warrant passed at Town Meeting:

Several examples that fall into the conformance list were reviewed. Walter Royal, Code Enforcement Officer will be requested to come up with a list, which will be followed up by an opinion of the Selectmen for each one. It was discussed to have a time limit to each individual infraction. Cheryl Behr advised Certified Letters had been forwarded to some that were returned, undelivered. One suggestion was to offer storage area at the Land Fill area, with a disclosure form signed dismissing any liability to the town.

Harry Wright suggested that the space be used for storage only.

Trees have been cut down at French’s Park discussed. Lumber could be saved and used for something.

The Selectmen will come up with a Mission Statement for the Revitalization Committee.

Question was asked if John Mock had been contacted regarding the Fourth of July Celebration Band. John Pfeifle will contact him.

Expense report to date was handed out to the Selectmen for their perusal.

Contact from the Henniker Selectmen acknowledged they will be meeting May 6th regarding the Rescue Squad and will be contacting the Selectmen soon after.

Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer questioned why the Highway Department is getting overtime?

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifests were reviewed and signed.

Review and Consideration of the April 7, 2014:

Motion was made by John Pfeifle to approve the April 7th minutes as presented. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Meeting Adjourned 6:10pm.

Respectfully submitted

Marjorie R. Cilley, Secretary….

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