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Town of Franklin Board Meetings

Minutes of the Monthly Town Board Meeting
May 12, 2010 – 7:00 PM

Board members present:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Others Present:

Town Clerk Sandra Oliver Timothy Burpoe, Franklin County Legislator Derrick Romeo Frances Oliver Doris Hamm Ed Martin Donald Goff Vince Catlin Sandy Hayes Tim Santos Les Parker Carol Lavigne Dick Jarvis Roger Symonds Nathan Brown, Adirondack Daily Enterprise

1. CALL TO ORDER

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr. called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM, the Pledge of Allegiance was recited, and the Clerk called the roll and introduced guests and declared the full board was present.

2. PUBLIC COMMENTS.

TIM SANTOS – Expressed appreciation for the manner in which town business was being taken care of but lamented the polarization of the community.

LES PARKER – Disappointed that the Board is repealing the subdivision control law. The law should have been kept in place and modified as the Town is not now posited to have planning and make judgments about future development.

CAROL LAVIGNE – Thanked the Board for repealing the planning board law and the subdivision control law.

RICHARD JARVIS – Commented 2 years of time was invested by him and everyone involved in developing the subdivision law, with the intention to do good of the Town of Franklin. He opined the polarization of the current Board left no room for discussion. He emphasized the need to keep the subdivision law on the books until the land inventory is completed.

3. TIMOTHY BURPOE, FRANKLIN COUNTY LEGISLATOR

Representative Burpoe stated he supplied the Town with copies of a transportation survey which was to be disseminated to the public and returned to Mrs. Shanty at the County. Only two have been returned. He emphasized that if the Town wanted and needed public transportation that a stronger effort was required. Supv. Willman stated he had distributed copies of the survey to the Food Pantry, the 55+ Club, had placed copies of the survey at the Post Office, the Birch Bark Deli and the Bloomin' Market. Mr. Burpoe suggested mailing the survey to all Town residents and perhaps posting it on the Town's website and publishing it in the newspaper. Coun. Berg stated the Town's taxes go to paying for everyone else's public transportation needs but that the County does not assist the Town of Franklin. Mr. Burpoe responded that the County does indeed pay attention to the Franklin's needs; the County Highway Dept. is generous in assistance to the Town. Mr. Burpoe asked for real participation in County government by the people of the Town of Franklin. A critical mass of responses to the survey is necessary in order to demonstrate the need for public transportation. Supv. Willman noted that the transportation survey had been reported in the Press Republican but not the Enterprise. Mr. Burpoe continued that if the Town of Franklin wants service from the County it must demonstrate enthusiasm and need for that service.

4. BUDGET AMENDMENTS

A. 2010 GENERAL FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT #4. Supv. Willman indicated another budget shortfall had been uncovered with respect to unemployment insurance due to the high turnover of employees in 2008. The Town will see a decrease in unemployment insurance payments in 2011. He requested a motion for a resolution.

Motion for resolution (B.Merrill-A.Berg m/s/p) ALL AYE

RESOLUTION NO. 41: 2010 GENERAL FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT NO. 4 WHEREAS, need exists to balance the 2010 General Fund; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the following transfer of funds is hereby authorized: Transfer $101.00 from A1990.4 Contingent to A9050.4 NYS Insurance.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

None

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

B. 2010 HIGHWAY FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT #2. Supv. Willman requested a motion for a resolution.

Motion for resolution (C.Smalley-A.Berg m/s/p) ALL AYE

RESOLUTION NO. 42: 2010 HIGHWAY FUND BUDGET AMENDMENT NO. 2 WHEREAS, need exists to balance the 2010 Highway Fund; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the following transfer of funds is hereby authorized, transferring $927.00 from DA5110.4 General Repairs CE to DA9050.8 NYS Unemployment.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

None

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

3. AUDIT OF CLAIMS

The following claims were submitted on Abstract #5 of 2010:
General FundClaims 79 - 95$3,828.93
Highway FundClaims 67 - 79$7,908.76
Prepay GeneralClaims Claims 11 - 13$1,443.37

Coun. Smalley noted the increase in expenditure for repairs to the grader. He was under the impression that the grader would not be repaired and asked if a grader from the Town of Saranac was still on loan. Supv. Willman confirmed the Saranac grader and operator were still on loan; however Town's grader brakes needed to be replaced. The parts were difficult to find, but they are now in place, and the grader will soon be in good order. Coun. Smalley then asked if a new grader will be purchased, and Supv. Willman indicated it was mostly likely and the grader is in use year round.

Motion to pay claims (C.Smalley-A.Berg m/s/p) ALL AYE

6. MINUTES.

The minutes of the April 14, 2010 board meeting were amended as follows:

RESOLUTION NO. 32: AUTHORIZATION FOR LETTER TO GARDEN ROAD, LOON LAKE PROPERTY OWNERS REGARDING TOWN RIGHT-OF-WAY ENCROACHMENT WHEREAS, research has revealed that the Garden Road, Loon Lake, is a private road historically maintained by the Town; and WHEREAS, a survey was performed in 2009-2010; and WHEREAS, current municipal rights-of-way are generally 50 feet; and WHEREAS, structures on the Garden Road erected by property owners encroach on the Town's right-of-way thereby creating hazards with snowplowing and general road maintenance; and WHEREAS, recommendation has been made that the attorney for the town draft a letter to property owners to be signed by the Town Supervisor Highway Superintendent so advising property owners; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Supervisor is authorized to request the attorney for the town draft a letter for the Supervisor's Highway Superintendent signature advising property owners of the right-of-way encroachment and requesting removal of any such structure by September 30, 2010.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

None

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

(changes per 5/12/2010 meeting)

The minutes of the April 28, 2010 public hearing and special board meeting were accepted as presented.

Motion to accept April 14 minutes as amended and April 28 as presented (A.Berg-C.Smalley m/s/p) ALL AYE

7. SUPERVISOR'S REPORT.

Balances as of March 1, 2010

General FundChecking$35,197.04
Savings$59,215.13
CLASS$212,063.96
Historian$3,032.05
Highway FundChecking$24,199.12
Savings$36,448.32
CLASS$24,244.66
Cap. Proj. Hwy.$28,987.91
LandfillChecking$24,242.67
CLASS$28,983.15
Fire ProtectionChecking$4,412.71
CLASS$685.30
Capital Project Building$434.84

Motion to accept Supervisor's Report (B.Merrill-D.Hamm m/s/p) ALL AYE


8. TOWN CLERK REPORT.

For the month of April 2010:

12 Dog licenses$46.00
6 Building permits$1,337.25
2 Historical books$22.50
2 Photocopies$1.25
$1,407.00
Paid to Supervisor$1,382.20
Paid to County (share of dog licenses)$18.80
Paid to NYS Agriculture & Mkts (spay/neuter program)$6.00
$1,407.00

Motion to accept Clerk report (A.Berg-C.Smalley m/s/p) ALL AYE

9. HIGHWAY MATTERS

A. SUPERINTENDENT'S REPORT.

Supt. DeMars submitted a written report on the progress of the Department, read by Supv. Willman:

(1) French Road experienced a washout due to lack of ditching and large trees had grown in the ditch. Cut and chipped, used borrowed of Saranac's grader and operator, and transported the fill to the Rec Park.
(2) Equipment.
(a) Loader returned from Town of Saranac
(3) Shared Services. Sent 2 men and trucks to Village of Saranac Lake for blacktopping.
(4) Cold Patching – filled potholes and cold patched on several roads.
(5) Raking. Raked Goldsmith, Mensink, Blue Spruce, McManus, Tyler and Alder Brook Park Roads and parts of Garden and Thatcherville Roads. Cleaned brush from rights-of-way.
(6) Brushing & Chipping. On Old Rt 3 and Fletcher Farm Road
(7) Culverts. Broke apart beaver dams on Sinkhole Road and installed several culverts on French Road. Unsafe culverts on Norman Ridge Rd. - cut ends off.
(8) Bridges. The Franklin County Bridge inspector was requested to inspect Town bridges.
(9) Power Lines. Trees have grown into power lines on Garden Rd. and Blue Spruce Drive within Town rights-of-way, and National Grid was contacted to request assistance with removal.

Motion to accept Superintendent's Report (A.Berg-C.Smalley m/s/p) ALL AYE

(1) Grader. Coun. Hamm commented the Town's grader would be up and running soon. Supv. Willman added the Town was investigating the possibility of purchasing a used Grade-All. Coun. Hamm stated that new GradAlls are very expensive but do not hold their value. Although the Town of Saranac loaned its grader and operator, Franklin's grader will need replacement. There may be enough in the 2010 Budget for additional equipment purchases. Coun. Smalley asked how much money remained in the .2 account for additional purchases, and Supv. Willman suggested a special board meeting to review the matter, on Wednesday, May 19th at 7:00 PM.

(2) Additional Equipment Needed. Supv. Willman indicated the Highway Committee should meet with the Superintendent to prioritize its equipment needs. The Superintendent had urged the purchase of another tandem and as well as a new club cab pickup with plow and dump box. In addition, the Board should investigate the purchase of a roadside mower for $9,000. Coun. Berg asked how long it would take to ditch the entire town, and Coun. Hamm responded it would take years. Coun. Berg then asked whether the Highway Dept. could do without a new pickup, and Supv. Willman indicated the current Chevrolet pickup is quite old. Coun. Merrill indicated an excavator is needed as most of the ditches in the Town are filled in. Coun. Smalley commented the Department may have to do without one piece of equipment. Coun. Hamm noted the past winter had been light, and the Department had stockpiled sand. Supv. Willman reported the Highway Superintendent forecasted he would only need 10,000 tons of sand for 2011 and that the cost per ton of sand next year would be lower. Further, the Town may have a new local supplier for sand.

C. RIGHT OF WAY ENCROACHMENT. Coun. Smalley asked if the Town had received the survey of the Garden Road, and Supv. Willman replied affirmatively, and that it revealed a serious encroachment of the Town's right-of-way. He has contacted the Attorney for the Town, James Martineau and referenced the draft of the letter to Garden Rd. property owners submitted by same. Supv. Willman recommended that the response date to the letter be changed from September to August 1st. The Board concurred.

D. QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS RE HIGHWAY MATTERS. Representative Tim Burpoe stated it was a great idea to look at the balances remaining in the budget. He acknowledged that Coun. Hamm knew a great deal about vehicles and equipment and speculated whether Supt. Demars had as much expertise. Coun. Hamm responded he would be unable to investigate the vehicle in Hudson Falls as he had to be out of town on that date but that Supt. DeMars had gained sufficient knowledge and would be taking the Town of Saranac's Grade-All operator.

Q/C: We are concerned about work on Fletcher Farm Rd and the drainage plan. Does the Town have drainage easements? You should look into that.

A: Coun. Merrill responded that work on the road is needed but can't be done this year.

Q/C: Thanks to Jacques DeMars and the Highway Dept. for work done at Rec Park, i.e., transporting the fill for the fields, etc. More work needs to be done there, is it possible for private equipment to do so?

A: Supv. Willman indicated he would ascertain this by checking with the Attorney for the Town and the insurance agency.

10. NEW BUSINESS

A. LOCAL LAW #2 OF 2010 – REPEAL LOCAL LAW #1 OF 2009. Supv. Willman read into the record the following resolution and requested a motion therefor:

(D.Hamm-B.Merrill-A.Willman AYE; A.Berg-C.Smalley NAY - MOTION CARRIED

RESOLUTION NO. 43: ENACT LOCAL LAW #2 OF 2010 – REPEAL LOCAL LAW #1 OF 2009 WHEREAS, a proposed Local Law entitled "Repeal of Town of Franklin Major Subdivision Control Law" being proposed Local Law #2 of 2010 concerning the repeal of Local Law #1 of 2009 Major Subdivision Control Law within the Town of Franklin was introduced by Councilman Donald Hamm on the 24th day of March 2010, and a copy of said proposed Local Law having on that date been delivered to or placed on the desks of all the members of the Town Board of the Town of Franklin; and WHEREAS, and by resolution of the Town Board duly adopted on the 24th day of March 2010 the Town Board did determine to conduct a public hearing upon said local law on the 28th day of April 2010 at the Town Hall, Vermontville, NY at 6:00 PM; and WHEREAS, said Notice of Public Hearing was duly posted and published as required by law; and WHEREAS, said public hearing was duly held and all persons attending the same have been heard; NOW, THEREFORE,
AFTER DUE DELIBERATION, IT IS HEREBY ENACTED, ORDERED AND RESOLVED:

1. That the Local Law of the Town of Franklin entitled "Repeal of Town of Franklin Major Subdivision Control Law" being proposed Local Law #2 for 2010 addressed within the Town of Franklin be and the same is hereby enacted and adopted subject to complying with the filing requirements of the municipal Home Rule Law of the State of New York,
2. That said Local Law #2 of 2010 shall supersede and replace Local Law #1 of the year 2009,
3. That the Town Clerk and Attorney for the Town of Franklin are hereby authorized, empowered and directed to file the same with the offices of the Secretary of State of the State of New York, as required by law,
4. That upon the filing of said Local Law the same shall become effective,
5. That this Resolution shall take effect immediately.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

B. CULVERT POLICY. Supv. Willman recalled that a culvert policy had been proposed several times in the past decade, and that there are previous drafts from which the Board and Highway Superintendent may draw. He requested that a culvert policy be placed on the June agenda. He will distribute copies of previous drafts to the Board.

C. CLEAN UP OF ROUTE 3 PROPERTY. Supv. Willman stated he had received a telephone call from Mrs. Rohe reporting a great deal of refuse left on the property across the highway from her. Supv. Willman contacted the mortgage company, directed the Codes Officer to send a certified letter to the property owners demanding cleanup of the property within 10 days. The property owners did not return to remove the debris, therefore, Supv. Willman directed the mortgage company to make arrangements, which it did. After 2 days and 3 truckloads, the debris was removed the week of May 3rd at no cost to the Town but for the certified mail fee.

D. TRI-LAKES CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING TRANSPORATION GRANT. Tri-Lakes Center for Independent Living is applying for a grant to purchase a handicapped-accessible bus which would service everyone. Lauren LeFebvre, Executive Director, requested a letter of support from the Town Board. The letter reads: Mr. Thomas M. Vaughan, Assistant to the Director, Public Transportation Bureau, POD 5-4, Attention Denise L. Watson, Program Administrator, New York State Department of Transportation, 50 Wolf Road, Albany, NY 12232 Dear Mr. Vaughan: I am writing in support of the Tri Lakes Center for Independent Living's application for 5317 New Freedom Funds. The Tri Lakes CIL is a devoted advocate for community inclusion, increasing independent living options for senior citizens and people with disabilities throughout the Tri Lakes region and, community educator on disability rights with regard to the Americans with Disabilities Act. I am confident that Tri Lakes CIL's proposal to provide enhanced transportation services to people with disabilities, and increase transportation options for all people, will be a great benefit to people in the region as it will increase participation in the community, encourage local shopping, allow people to remain living independently, increase opportunities for employment and/or education, ensure access to medical care, etc. I look forward to working with Tri Lakes CIL as this project progresses by referring people in need of enhanced transportation services or other disability related services to Tri Lakes CIL." Supv. Willman requested a motion for a resolution authorizing him to sign the letter.

Motion for resolution (A.Berg-C.Smalley m/s/p) ALL AYE

RESOLUTION NO. 44: AUTHORIZE LETTER OF SUPPORT FOR TRI-LAKES CENTER FOR INDEPENDENT LIVING TRANSPORTATION GRANT WHEREAS, residents of the Town of Franklin have expressed interest in public transportation; and WHEREAS, some residents of the Town are handicapped or have mobility issues; and WHEREAS, Tri-Lakes Center for Independent Living (TLCIL) provides services to area individuals with physical handicaps; and WHEREAS, TLCIL has applied for grant funding through NYS Dept. of Transportation 5317 New Freedom Funds and has requested a letter of support; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Town Board hereby supports the grant application of Tri-Lakes Center for Independent Living; and BE IT
FURTHER RESOLVED, the Supervisor is authorized to execute same.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

None

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

11. OLD BUSINESS

A. TOWN HALL FURNACE. Atlantic Testing returned its report, that 80% of the board surrounding the furnace contained asbestos. Before the bid for the new furnace can be awarded, the Board at its April meeting, concurred that the material containing asbestos should be removed. To that end Supv. Willman requested a motion for a resolution authorizing the publication of a request for bids for asbestos abatement in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Press Republican and Malone Telegram, as follows: "REQUEST FOR BIDS – ASBESTOS REMOVAL - PLEASE TAKE NOTICE the Town of Franklin, 7 Cold Brook Road, Vermontville, NY 12989 hereby solicits sealed bids for removal of approx. 500 sq ft of cement-type board containing asbestos. Bids must be addressed to TOWN CLERK, be accompanied by (1) Certificate of insurance and (2) Non-collusive biding certificate. The item(s) to be bid upon and the date and time for opening must be clearly written on the envelope front. Bids will be received until 6:00 pm on Wednesday, June 9, 2010, and will be opened at the 7:00 pm Board meeting the same date. The Town Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Site visits may be arranged by contacting the Town Clerk at the Town Hall, Vermontville, NY (518) 891-2189."

Motion for resolution (C.Smalley-A.Berg m/s/p) ALL AYE

RESOLUTION NO. 45: AUTHORIZE PUBLICATION OF REQUEST FOR BIDS FOR ASBESTOS ABATEMENT WHEREAS, the Town of Franklin has been awarded grant funding for the purchase of a new furnace for the Town Hall from NY Power Authority; and WHEREAS, existing cement board surrounding the current furnace was tested by Atlantic Testing and found to contain 80% asbestos; and WHEREAS, the Town Board has a concern for the future if the asbestos-containing board is disturbed; and WHEREAS, under the terms of the grant removal of asbestos is permitted; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board authorizes publication of a request for bids for asbestos abatement and directs the Town Clerk to so publish.

Those voting aye:

Supervisor Arthur P. Willman, Jr.
Councilman Allen Berg
Councilman Clifford Smalley
Councilman Donald Hamm
Councilman Bradley Merrill

Those Voting nay:

None

Those Absent:

None

Those Abstaining:

None

B. GOLDSMITH ROAD CONCERNS

(1) New Fire Platform. Supv. Willman stated there were insufficient funds remaining in the Fire Protection Fund for construction of a new fire platform.
(2) Relocate 15 mph Sign. Supv. Willman indicated Highway Superintendent DeMars opined relocation of the sign was not necessary.
(3) Parking Area and Electrification.

(a) Public Access to Easement Land. Supv. Willman reported he had spoken with Sean Reynolds, NYS DEC regarding access to NYS easement land and improvements that were promised by NYS DEC. Mr. Reynolds indicated the problem is manpower.
(b) Electricity. As for construction of power lines on the Goldsmith Rd., a constitutional amendment is necessary for the line to cross NYS lands. Supv. Willman indicated if Goldsmith Road residents are willing to finance it, there might be a possibility for electric lines to circumvent State land by installation on Chateaugay Woodlands property.

12. COMMITTEE REPORTS

A. INFRASTRUCTURE. Coun. Hamm asked the status of the electrical repair work at the Town Garage, and Supv. Willman indicated he is still waiting for a signed contract from Woodhill Electric. Coun. Hamm also suggested lighting be installed at the rear of the Town Hall to illumine the Food Pantry during winter months.

B. CEMETERY COMMITTEE. Coun. Merrill reported that he and Coun. Smalley had reviewed the needs of each cemetery in the Town. Both sheds at Union Cemetery and Merrillsville require painting and new roofs.

(1) Union Cemetery. Rules will be written and submitted for discussion at the next Board meeting for the cemetery and limited winter access will be created.
(2) Merrillsville Cemetery. This cemetery needs a new fence.
(3) Franklin Falls Cemetery. Coun. Smalley inquired as to the status of St. Armand portion of the cemetery and whether the Town of Franklin would be maintaining both sections. Supv. Willman indicated he is waiting to hear from Supv. Joyce Morency, but had reports that in preparation for Memorial Day, the St. Armand Highway Dept. had mowed and cleaned the site.

C. RECREATION. Coun. Berg reported the Recreation Committee had relocated the grill and repaired the backstop. Parts are required for the volleyball apparatus, and as soon as received, the volleyball game will be set up. A new swing set will be ordered and sand installed in the game areas. Coun. Berg noted that both ballfields were in use that evening (May 12th). He also expressed gratitude to the Highway Department for trucking in fill for the Rec Park.

13. CORRESPONDENCE

A. KENNETH GUERIN. Mr. Guerin faxed correspondence to Supv. Willman with suggestions for changes in the April minutes and provided copies of relevant NYS laws regarding municipal rights-of-way. Supv. Willman reported that Coun. Merrill will travel to Malone to perform further research. In addition, a 66-foot right-of-way exists for the Port Kent-Hopkinton Turnpike, of which Garden Road was originally a part. Geomatics has completed the survey and research will proceed on tax records. Coun. Hamm inquired if Mr. Guerin will be affected by the proposed Town demand for removal of right-of-way encroachment, and Supv. Willman replied that most of the Garden Road property owners will not have problems, only a few. He expressed his gratitude to Mr. Guerin for his continued interest and for taking the time to perform research on the issue.

B. ADK ASSN OF TOWNS & VILLAGES MEETING. To be held June 6 & 7 at the High Peaks Resort in Lake Placid. Supv. Willman would like to attend.

C. DISASTER MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP. This workshop will be held in Malone on July 16, 2010, and Supv. Willman and Highway Supt. DeMars will attend.

D. SEAN REYNOLDS, DEC. Mr. Reynolds emailed Supv. Willman regarding trails available to the public on conservation easement lands .

14. ANNOUNCEMENTS.

Please take note of the following important dates:
May 13 Thur 3:30-5:00 PM FOOD PANTRY
May 15 Sat 9:00 AM-1:00 PM ROADSIDE CLEANUP DAY
May 20 & 21 Thur & Fri AMC Mobile Dental Clinic
May 25 & June 8 Tue 55+ Club meets at 6:00PM
June 1 Tue 5:00 – 9:00 PM GRIEVANCE HEARINGS ON ASSESSMENTS
June 5 Sat 3:00 – 8:00 PM Fundraiser Dinner for Kate Mtn. Rec Park
June 7 Mon 6:00-7:00 PM FREE RABIES CLINIC
June 9 Wed Monthly Town Board meeting
June 14 Mon 7:00 PM Kate Mtn. fundraiser meeting – public welcome
July 6 Tue Summer youth program starts at Rec Park 9:00 am-2:00 pm

15. PUBLIC COMMENTS.

(1) Thank you for keeping your promise to do away with the Subdivision Law.

(2) We need 2 refrigerators for the Town Hall kitchen for fundraisers and one more for the Summer Program at the Rec Park. If anyone has an extra they'd like to donate, please let us know. Also everyone is welcome to participate and volunteer for the Kate Mountain Community fundraisers. We need volunteers to support the Rec Park and the summer kids' program.

Kathy Drake has mentioned she has concerns for the children at the Park when cars enter and exit the Park. Can a 5 mph sign be posted?

Please come to the fundraiser dinner on Saturday, June 5, 2010 at the Town Hall and support the Summer Program at the Rec Park.

15. ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business to discuss or conduct, the meeting adjourned at 8:43 PM.

Motion to adjourn (B.Merrill-A.Willman m/s/p) ALL AYE

Respectfully submitted, Sandra J. Oliver, Town Clerk

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