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….

Selectmen’s Agenda 4.28.14

April 28, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting
Agenda
April 28, 2014

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call –
Appearances:

1. Public Hearing on accepting unanticipated revenues. $2600 (excess) from NH COPS grant, $4100 from sale of town property. Insurance reimbursement of $3600 (vehicle accident and $2500 (a portion) of the reimbursement of health/dental insurance. Total unanticipated revenue $12,800.
2. Laura Hallahan – Bradford Business Association
3. Terri Paige – Community Transportation Power pt presentation

Regular Business
1. CEDS forms submitted to Department Heads
2. Mission statement for Revitalization Committee

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

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

 

Selectmen’s Agenda 04.21.14

April 21, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting
Agenda
April 21, 2014

Pledge of Allegiance
Roll Call –
Appearances:

1.
Regular Business
1. CEDS forms submitted to Department Heads
2. Cell tower -
3. Complaint on Breezy Hill Road pavement
4. Results of the first CIP meeting
5. Date set for public hearing on unanticipated revenue – April 28th.
6. Mission statement for Revitalization Committee

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 04.07.14

April 12, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MINUTES

APRIL 7, 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.

Town Truck bid opening:

The Selectmen opened the two Highway Dept. truck bids that were received from Town Employees. The high bidder was Chris Aiken bidding Nine Thousand one dollar  ($9,001.00) for the truck and plow. It was reiterated that the sander does not go with the truck. It was also stated that it can be picked up at any time, and a personal check is fine.

The second bidder was Marshall Wheeler at Seven thousand fifty seven dollars and seventy seven cents.

Revitalization Committee:

Felicia Starr advised the Selectmen that the Revolving Loan Fund Committee has been formed and she requested the Selectmen advise the Committee what direction they should be going in. John Pfeifle suggested the original intent was to bring in business and/or make Main Street a more vibrant Street. Having a Town Web Site showing business attraction possibilities in town would be an asset. Selectmen will draw up something to assist the committee.

Erica Gross regarding Funding:

Erica Gross, Town Clerk came before the Selectmen stating she has had conversation with the Secretary of State. She calculated her budget this year closely to what was requested last year; however the Town Meeting funds were taken from her budget, so now she has a deficit of one thousand one hundred eighty five dollars and forty cents ($1,185.40). Erica reiterated that not only did the Selectmen, Budget Committee but the Town approve her budget. Erica stated it is imperative that the funds be put back into the Election Account per the Secretary of State. John Pfeifle, Chair advised the town did need the money, from the Election account, and it will be returned.

Bill Sharp – Director The Mad Bavarian Brass Band:

Mr. Sharp came before the Selectmen to see if they would be on board to procure the services of the band for the July 4th celebration. His band has done this some years in the past in Bradford. John Pfeifle, Chair advised as soon as the people in charge of the parade return, they will discuss it and get in contact with him. Mr. Sharp was thanked for coming to the Selectman’s meeting.

Regular Business:

Road Sweeping and Sand Pickup request:

Property owners had expressed concern/desire for the town to sweep and clean up sand used this winter near properties. It was also reiterated that the Highway Department has done a great job this winter, per Geoffrey Hersch.

The Pre-School lease was reviewed and signed.

Intent to excavate for Hill and Dale was reviewed and signed.

CEDS forms:

2014 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategies (CEDS) forms had been made available to the Selectmen. This is for new projects which were discussed at length. It was suggested that two different plans be brought up. This is for a study to locate an incubator facility at the Transfer Station. Cheryl Behr will put forth a list, and was reminded that April 15th is the deadline for application to be forwarded to CNHRPC.

Final decision was to work on this project at this time to meet the deadline.

Motion was made by Harry Wright to approve the incubator project with CEDS. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Appointments:

Decision was to wait for all to come in to complete the Appointments.

Budget Repots:

Cheryl Behr questioned if the bill received from Scully Assoc. should be paid from account #4194 – General Government Buildings from the $95,000.00 that was voted in at Town Meeting. John Pfeifle, Chair advised negotiations are being worked on at this time.

Enforcement Issues:

John Pfeifle, Chair suggested that the Planning Board come up with a format with a space for a paragraph for violations to be completed and forwarded to the Code Enforcement Officer when necessary.

John Pfeifle, Chair brought up the Selectmen are unanimously concerned with activities at NFI, located on Route 103, within the Town of Bradford. Legal advice is not available at this time. NFI Director’s will be requested to attend a pubic Selectmen’s Meeting before the end of April, 2014.

John Pfeifle, Chair attended a meeting last week with the Concord Solid Waste/Resources Recovery Cooperative regarding the Land Fill. handling. Towns that have voted to leave the organization were told they would be welcome to remain with the organization if they choose. Meeting was difficult to follow. John Pfeifle suggested the Town does not vote for anything unless there is an escape clause after a certain date. The Town of Bradford is legally obligated until December 31, 2014. An alternative would be Naughton and Son.

John Pfeifle suggestion Option #4, to get out of the organization at the date the obligation is terminated with absolutely no responsibility after this date.

Review and Consideration of March 31, 2014 minutes:

Motion was made by Sonny Harris to approve the March 31, 2014 minutes as presented. John Pfeifle seconded. Motion carried 3-0.

Motion was made by John Pfeifle, Chair to close this meeting at 6:20pm and go into Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3II-d (property issues) and

Non Pubic Session per RSA 91-A:3IIc (Welfare liens vs. payment plans.)

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

John Pfeifle Yes Sony Harris Yes Harry Wright Yes

Respectfully Submitted

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

Selectmen’s Agenda 4.7.14

April 7, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting

Agenda

April 7, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

Appearances:

 

1. Felicia Starr – Mission statement for Revitalization Committee

2. Erica regarding – Deeding

3. Bill Sharp – to discuss July 4th.

 

Regular Business

1. Town Truck bid opening. – Road crew sweeping and sand pickup

2. Kearsarge Area Preschool lease for signature

3. Sign intent to excavate for Hill and Dale

4. CEDS forms for discussion

5. Appointments

6. Budget reports to be forwarded to the Budget Committee – meeting 4/16/14

7. Enforcement issues. Detail of what issues are and copy of approved plan needed to send the code enforcement officer out.

8. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3II-d ( property issues)

9. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3IIc welfare liens vs. payment plans

 

Pending issues:

1. Transfer Station Contracts

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature

Review and accept Minutes

 

 

Select Board Minutes 03.31.14

April 1, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MEETING

MARCH 31, 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.

Mark Goldberg, Fire Chief questioned if Barry Wheeler, Road Agent has made any arrangements to pick up their trash. John Pfeifle advised he will check into this.

Sale of Town Truck:
Cheryl Behr advised letters have gone out to offer employees/families of employees the opportunity to make bids on the town truck that is up for sale from the Highway Department. The deadline for these is Friday, April 4, 2014.

Budget Issues:

Cheryl Behr handed out charts containing the first quarter concerns for this year as well as showing what the amounts for salt and overtime in the Highway Department has been for the past four years..

Town Meeting break down for costs were $1075.00 which is the normal fee, plus an additional fee this year of $1610, for a total of a $2600.00 for this year. It was explained that the dollar amount has been cut back drastically over the past two years. Discussion ensued regarding cutting back on some areas to cover short fall.

John Pfeifle, Chair advised the town was adamant that we do not spend any more money, so we do need to find ways from the budget to cover costs.

Advance TAN note for $200,000:

TAN note was signed.

Shared Services:

Harry Wright attended the group meeting in Warner regarding shared services, and is waiting for the minutes of said meeting to report to the Selectmen. John Pfeifle, Chair suggested feasibility/ financial aspect should be reviewed and worked out in detail between each town/each department involved to see which would work for the bestinterest of the towns.

Letter to sign:

A letter to the Henniker Selectmen was reviewed and signed regarding combining services.

Requests for extension on Timber Tax were reviewed and signed.

Liens were reviewed and signed.

NH Beautiful/Litter Free N H Application reviewed and signed, from Lois Kilnapp

CIP:

Discussion took place regarding who is suggested to be included in the make up of the committee.

Appointees – define who is on each committee first?

Discussion ensued regarding make up of committees and the need for some to update the roster. Cheryl had e-mailed copies to the Selectmen.

Revolving Loan Fund – Chris Way:

Chris Way came before the Selectmen to re-activate the Revolving Loan Fund. This is a regional fund that encompasses Merrimack, Hillsboro, SullivanCounties and can be used for Capital Equipment-, Micro Loads which would be for under $10,000. Upon nominating members, Stephen Heavener, CRDC will be notified. Currently, the slate includes: Peter Fenton, Jr., Laura Hallahan, Chris Way, J. Rayno, Cheryl Behr and Marilyn Gordon. These are for staggered terms, not determined at this time.

Motion was made by John Pfeifle, Chair to accept the procedure and program as outlined to re-activate the Revolving Loan Fund. Seconded by Sonny Harris. Motion carried 3-0.

Cheryl Behr advised letters were written to Department Heads regarding the upcoming April 9th CIP meeting, scheduled for 6:00pm.

Thank you letters have been sent to all who helped with Town Meeting.

Cheryl Behr advised she has not found out how to take care of the involuntary merger of lots, but will check into it. This was brought up at the March 17th Selectmen’s meeting by Marcia Keller.

Cheryl Behr will write a letter of support from the Selectmen to Jim Valiquet for Ed Shaughnessy’s Letter of Commendation.

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifests were reviewed and signed.

A letter was read into the minutes by Cheryl Behr from the Governor’s Council Meeting regarding NFI (Letter on file). Building Staff Shelter.-Town needs to check further what is being considered.

Jim Bibbo reiterated the OEC proposals are due in two weeks, by April 15, 2014.

Review and Consideration of March 24, 2014 minutes:

Motion was made by Sonny Harris to approve the minutes of March 24, 2014. Seconded by John Pfeifle. Motion carried 3-0.

Motion was made by Sonny Harris, Chair to go into Nonpublic Session per RSA 91-A:3II-a (personnel complaint) at 6:20pm. Seconded by John Pfeifle.

John Pfeifle, Chair – Yes Sonny Harris – Yes Harry Wright – Yes

Motion carried 3-0.

Respectfully Submitted

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

Selectmen’s Agenda 3.31-14

March 31, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting

Agenda

March 31, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

Appearances:

 

1. 6:30 pm – Chris Way Revolving Loan Fund

 

Regular Business

1. Sale of town truck – offer to employees/families of employees April 4 deadline

2. Budget issues

3. Requests for extensions on intent to cuts

4. Liens for signature

5. Meeting format

6. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3II-a (personnel complaint)

7. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3IIc lien repayments

 

Pending issues:

1. Transfer Station Contracts

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature

Review and accept Minutes

 

 

Selectmen’s Minutes 3.24.14

March 26, 2014

Selectmen’s Minutes

March 24, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance was said.

 

Meeting was called to order at 5:35pm.  Harry Wright, Sonny Harris, John Pfeifle were in attendance.

 

Appearances:

  1. Marcia Keller requested the selectmen sign the contract with Central NH Regional Planning Commission (CNHRPC) to produce a Capital Improvement Plan for the town of Bradford.  Town Meeting approved $3000 for the preparation of this report.  The process consists of 7 Monthly meetings with the Town’s Department Heads beginning in April.  The timeline projects the report will be presented to the Planning Board for approval the end of October and complete by December 31, 2014.

The project will need a town coordinator and the selectmen requested Cheryl Behr act on the town’s behalf.

  1. Dick Keller requested the selectmen keep the budget committee informed of any budget transfers that would be required because of the extreme weather experienced this year.  Other shortfalls were mentioned as well and will also be addressed as the year progresses.  Harold Wright asked what budget transfers were discussed at the last meeting as he was not present.  John Pfeifle replied that discussion and decisions were put off until a full board was present, but possible solutions to the shortages were mention.  Some possibilities mentioned were curtaining of services for a few days during the upcoming year but that all were only suggestions.  Close watch of the budget as the year progresses will determine what changes will need to be made.

 

Mr. Keller also asked who would be the representative of the Board of Selectmen to the committee this year.  John Pfeifle will be the Selectmen’s representative to the Budget Committee.  Sonny Harris will remain the Selectmen’s Representative to the Planning Board.

 

Regular Business:

  1. The Board of Selectmen voted 2-1 to allow employees and their families to bid on Town equipment to be disposed of prior to offering it to the public or auction.  In the current case of the disposal of one of the town trucks, the amount of trade offered was $4500+/-.  An offer has been made by a family member for $7,000.  John Pfeifle and Sonny Harris vote in favor of offering surplus equipment to town employees first.  Harry Wright voted against – instead in favor of general public offering.
  2. Fire Dept Generator quote signed and accepted by the Board of Selectmen.  The generator cost will be shared (50%) with Dept of Homeland Security via grant money applied for last year.
  3. The Selectmen elected John Pfeifle as Chairman for 2014.
  4. Selectmen voted to send a letter to the Town of Henniker to continue to explore ambulance coverage.  Mark Goldberg reported to the Board of Selectmen the current status.  The possibilities of forming a Fast Squad were discussed.
  5. Selectmen will review a list of all committees needing to be re appointed and address next week.  This will include the Town Hall Restoration Committee and the activation of a Highway/Road Committee.  Cheryl will provide the Board with a list.
  6. Selectmen signed the MS-2 Appropriations Actually Voted by the Town (DRA form).
  7. Parade inquiries have been received.  Selectmen have been in touch with Perry Teele and are looking for other volunteers.  Marlene Freyler was asked if she would return to the committee, but she declined.
  8. Mr. Phil DaVanza has been contacted by Chris Way to repair the chimes on the Town Clock.  A date will be set for the repairs and there has been an estimate of $500 – $700.00
  9. The Selectmen voted to move the meeting to a non-public session per RSA 91A:3IIa and d.   The Vote was Pfeifle, yes; Harris, yes; Wright, yes. Time out 6:50pm.

Selectmen’s Agenda 03.24.14

March 24, 2014

Selectmen’s Meeting

Agenda

March 24, 2014

 

Pledge of Allegiance

Roll Call –

 

Appearances:

1. Marcia Keller – CIP

 

Regular Business

1. Sale of town truck – offer to employees/families of employees first for set $$??

2. Ambulance issues with Henniker

3. Status of Town Hall Restoration Committee – reappoint committee members?

4. Sign the MS-2 Appropriations actually voted

5. CIP contract agreement with Central NH Regional Planning to sign

6. Parade inquiries for Independence day

7. Town Clock repair – time frame and cost

8. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3II-a (complaint)

9. Non Public Session per RSA 91-A:3II-d property tax issue

 

Pending issues:

1. Transfer Station Contracts

 

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest for review and signature

Review and accept Minutes

 

 

Select Board Minutes 03.17.14

March 19, 2014

TOWN OF BRADFORD

SELECTMEN’S MEETING

MARCH 17, 2014

5:30PM

The Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Call to Order and Roll Call:

John Pfeifle, Acting Chair opened the meeting at 5:32pm with Sonny Harris, Cheryl Behr, Administrator, Marge Cilley, Secretary present. Harry Wright, Chair and Marilyn Gordon, Treasurer were absent.

Appearances:

Marcia Keller, Chair Planning Board, came before the Selectmen regarding a State Law that was changed a couple of years ago, allowing anyone whose lots were involuntary merged by municipal action may have these lots restored to their pre-merged status. Marcia advised she had read the last paragraph in the Statute which states it has to be in the Town Report until 2015 and has to be posted in a public place until the end of December 2016. Marcia typed up two choices and suggested the Selectmen may want to let the town Attorney look at them to see which one should be used.

Marcia Keller also brought up the Capital Improvement Program and mentioned the funds were voted on to involve Central New Hampshire Planning at Saturday’s Town Meeting. Stephanie Alexander is the person who will be assisting the town and the Selectmen were given the forms to sign. The first meeting is tentatively set up for Wednesday, April 9, 2014 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm The attached documents are the responsibilities of the Planning Commission, the Town, different Chapters and a fine tuned time schedule. John Pfeifle suggested they hold off on signing until Harry Wright, Chair returns next week. Department Heads will be asked to serve on the committee, as well as members of the Select Board, Budget Committee, Planning Board. A staff coordinator is also suggested, being someone in the town office. The secretary will continue to take the minutes.

Marlene Freyler re: Cost of Town Meeting:

Marlene Freyler questions the cost of holding Town Meeting at the Town Highway Garage and where does the money come from? Cheryl Behr advised it was more than $700.00 and John Pfeifle stated probably a thousand dollars. John Pfeifle also stated that the facility was set up very well by the Highway Dept. Comments were very favorable being held on Saturday.

Regular Business:

NH Paint Care Update:

A letter was received by Cheryl Behr from Northeast Resource Recovery Association (NRRA) urging every member to use an attached form letter to fax or e-mail to their Representative and Senator before they vote next Wednesday., which states “NRRA believes strongly that this program, if enacted, will save your communities thousands of HHW dollars, provide much more convenience for consumers to properly recover and recycle oil based and latex paint, and take a huge step toward protecting the environment by recycling over 90% of the recovered paint.”

Lois Kilnapp stated she had talked with a person and advised currently, the hazardous household waste day costs the town one thousand dollars and we still have fertilizer, insecticide and chemicals that need to be disposed of. This person advised that 50% of all household hazardous waste in New Hampshire is oil and latex paints. Hopefully this would cut the expense in half. Many hardware stores in NH are willing to take unused paint.

Cheryl Behr advised the form letter to be signed advised that PaintCare is already operating in seven states, including Vermont, Maine and Rhode Island. The Selectmen are in agreement for Cheryl to forward the form letter.

Lois Kilnapp brought up the compactor which has stopped working, a pin in the hydraulic system broke. The repair cost is under $500.00. A replacement in a couple of years for a heavy duty four yard compactor is Twenty Thousand dollars ($20,000) Suggestion was to keep the present one along with a new one to maximize what is being done. Marcia Keller reiterated this should show up in the CIP report.

Lois also advised there is going to be a road clean up with the Conservation Commission and Transfer Station.

Barry Wheeler, Road Agent:

Barry Wheeler came before the Selectmen with a price from Gateway Motors for a total amount of Seventy Two thousand eight hundred ninety five dollars ($72,895.00), complete, with plow, body etc. Three bids were obtained. The current truck will be turned in for cash.

Barry Wheeler was appointed Road Agent for 2014.

Actual handling of finances will be discussed at a later date.

Motion was made to sign a form authorizing Barry Wheeler,Road Agentto sign to make bid on truck. by John Pfeifle. Sonny Harris seconded. Motion carried.

Eileen Kelly, Chair Town Hall Restoration:

Eileen Kelly came before the Selectmen and handed out and read the following letter regarding Town Meeting which was held on Saturday, March 15, 2015 at the Highway Garage.

(LETTER AVAILABLE WITH THE PRINTED MINUTES)

John Pfeifle thanked Eileen for the letter and advised formal letters of Thank you should be going out from the Board of Selectmen to everyone involved with the set up of the facility for town meeting including Goffstown Trucking, Town of Warner, Hampshire Kennel, Bradford Elementary School.

Shortfall was discussed by Cheryl Behr and suggestions to take care of the issue were discussed. This will wait until next week when Harry Wright, Chair returns.

Sonny Harris made note that the Town has no intention of challenging Eastman Steere’s deed and a letter should be forwarded to Christopher Payson.

Sonny Harris stated he will give up being Chair and nominated John Pfeifle as Chair for this term. John Pfeifle accepted and this will be brought up when Harry Wright returns next Monday.

Appointments were signed for the following elected officias:

Connie Scheffy Trustee of Brown Memorial Library

Brackett Scheffy           Moderator

Susan Reynolds            Budget Committee

John Pfeifle                   Selectman

Michael James              Trustee of Trust Funds

Jonathan Marden          Budget Committee

Mark Keith                  Planning Board

Claire James                 Planning Board

Erica Gross                  Trustee of Brown Memorial Library

Pat Furness                  Trustee of Brown Memorial Library

Mark Fournier              Zoning Board of Adjustment

Mary Keegan Dayton   Scholarship

Marilyn Gordon            Town of Bradford-Treasurer

Discussion ensued regarding posting Notices with Agendas.

Accounts Payable and Payroll Manifest were reviewed and signed

March 10, 2014 Minutes were not reviewed.

Motion was made and seconded to go into Non public session per RSA 91-A:3IId, meeting with a taxpayer. At 6:50pm.

John Pfeifle – Yes Sonny Harris – Yes.

Motion carried.

Respectfully submitted

Marjorie R. Cilley

Secretary

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