2019
SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES

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SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday May 6th, 2019

6:00PM
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Municipal Building



ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allison Hepler, Allen Greene, and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting, Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously by Dale, David and Allen to approve the April 16th, 2019 minutes as written. Both Jason Shaw and Allison Hepler were excused from the meeting.

SELECTBOARD COMMENTS:

Allison Hepler: Allison said The Age Friendly Communities of the Lower Kennebec have tabulated the results of the age-friendly survey that went out with tax bills and will be presenting the results on May 23 at 6 pm at the Patten Free Library.

Jason Shaw: Jason gave an update on the progress of the spring cleanup at Tanner Square. Jason also wanted to recognize Town Clerk, Chelsea Lane and Town Administrator, Kim Dalton for their efforts in preparing for the Annual Town Meeting.

Allen Greene: Allen also concurred about the Town Meeting. He also said there were comments in regards to the meeting and he will bring them in to go over with the Board. Allen also would like to attend a Human Resources training coming up in June if it is in the budget.
Dale Chadbourne: Dale also replied the same in regards to the Town Meeting.

David King: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Lee Hague asked about the website and what is the procedure to go out to bid. Allison stated they are reaching out to companies for the bid process. Mr. Hague would be interested in the process and what the guidelines are for the website.

ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw, along with other members of the Selectboard met with a representative from CMP and Cianbro in regards to the damage that CMP equipment has done to Chopp Point Road. The Town received a check from Cianbro in the amount of $10,000 for reimbursement of the $12,000 that has already been spent maintaining the road.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce said there is not
a lot new with building or plumbing permits. He had a couple of septic issues due to frost. Bruce also stated that Mr. Walker is still picking up debris on Hall Road. There still needs to be fencing and haybales. Mr. Walker might need to utilize some commercial excavating company to get things taken care of by the deadline.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian stated they had 17 calls. Woolwich responded to 16, North East responded to 8, and Bath responded to 1. Woolwich also did 8 transports. Brian also had the RFP ready for approval by the Board to go out to bid for a new ambulance. David entertained the motion to send the RFP out to bid, Jason so moved and Dale seconded the motion.

FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike was not present but Brian presented his report. There were 3 electrical calls, 1 water call in which Woolwich happened to be the the only town that had their boat ready. There were 12 motor vehicle crashes, 1 brush fire and 1 structure fire. Wednesday evening there will be forestry 7 training.


OLD BUSINESS: Town Meeting: David thought it went very well. He would like to see the vote on LD1 get removed since there is nobody to report the information too at the State level. David also stated it was nice to have the laptop at the meeting which helped in accessing budget items when needed. Jason thought the microphones were an issue and there was a low turnout in people. Allison had heard from a resident that the reading of the facebook post was unnecessary. Allen wanted to know what the board can do to inform people of the library budget proposal. Jason suggested making sure people know it’s a public meeting so everyone knows what the funding is for. David wanted to get the board’s feedback on the straw poll in regards to conducting the Town Meeting on Wednesday instead of Saturday.

Marijuana: Sayra Small had submitted an email in regards to where the town is heading. The Planning Board is getting a sub-committee together. Allen pointed out on the way the survey was conducted, it should have been done differently. The Board wanted to speak with Gregg to set up a workshop to see where they stand as far as the Marijuana Ordinance before the next Selectmen’s meeting.

NEW BUSINESS: Hall Road: The Board would like to have a survey done at the end of Hall Road to see if it is owned by the Town. There was a request to do a pre bid meeting to go over the property and request for proposals. Jason motioned and Dale seconded.

2019 Ratio Declaration: Jason Shaw made the motion and Dale seconded. All in favor.

Special Events Committee Appointment: the Board appointed Arlene Whitney as an alternate to the Special Events Committee.
Motion to adjourn: Jason motioned with Allison seconding the motion. All in favor.



Meeting adjourned at 7:15 PM



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff

SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday April 16th, 2019
5:30PM
Executive Session 1 MRSA § 405(6)(A) Personnel Matter

6:00PM
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Municipal Building



ATTENDANCE: David King, Allen Greene, and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.


APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the April 1st, 2019 minutes as written.

SELECTBOARD COMMENTS:
Allison Hepler: Not Present

Jason Shaw: Not Present

Allen Greene: Allen stated he heard back from Jonathan Appleyard from the Solid Waste Committee. Allen wanted to see about having a clean up day. He was going to check with Fred Kahrl since he organized one last year. There will be a meeting later in the month that Allen will attend. Allen stated he would appreciate support in organizing a clean up day and have Fred attend the Annual Town Meeting to encourage neighbors to help clean.
Dale Chadbourne: None

David King: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Eric Noftall addressed the Board and was concerned about the cleanup on Hall Road. Mr. Noftall believes there is not enough progress to date.

ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw reported that he started grading the roads today. They are going forward as fast as possible. Jack also stated the road postings should be removed by April 24th.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce stated it had been a busy two weeks. He issued eight(8) building permits. Three(3) new homes, five (5) additions, and three (3) subservice wastewater permits. Bruce also reported that Bath Water District would be at the Planning Board meeting and planning to do a walk through at the pumping station.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian was not present for the meeting but submitted his report. Woolwich responded to 4 of 6 calls. Transported two(2) Northeast responded to two(2) of the four (4)calls and Bath responded to one (1).
Woolwich was contacted by Miles ER in Damariscotta and asked if Woolwich could put a crew together to transport a patient to Tufts Medical Center. There was training on spinal cord injuries and also will be hosting community CPR classes in the future.

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FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike reported they responded to eight (8) calls. Three(3) false fire alarms, a tree down on a power line and a motor vehicle crash. Mike also said the big truck needed repair, the brakes are not working properly. The boat is now in service and there is upcoming ladder training on May 5th. Mike also commented that his budget is currently at 37%.

OLD BUSINESS: Tom Stoner addressed the Board in regards to the results of the marijuana survey. He stated roughly 1200 surveys went out to local residents with their tax bills and had received 165 back. Tom also stated about getting a workshop together. There has been enough interest to entertain one with regard to responses from the survey. David King stated the Town of Brunswick is ready to present an ordinance to the Board in regards to the same. Gregg Buczkowski asked if the town might have a process to do anything by voter referendum. Fred King stated if this is an issue in where people stand in this town, 165 out of 1200 is not a good representation. Fred asked if during the November election to give the voters a non binding vote.

NEW BUSINESS: None



Meeting adjourned at 6:53 PM.



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff
SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday April 1st, 2019
4:00 PM
Executive Session 1 MRSA § 405(6)(A) Personnel Matter
4:30 PM
Meeting with EMS
5:00 PM
Budget Workshop
6:00 PM
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Municipal Building



ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allen Greene, Allison Hepler and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.


APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the March 18, 2019 minutes as written.

SELECTBOARD COMMENTS:
Allison Hepler: Allison stated there was a big turnout of municipal officers in Augusta for the Appropriations Committee on Municipal Revenue Sharing.


Jason Shaw: Jason said he and Allison are filling out the grant application for improvements to Nequasset Park. Jason also mentioned that he, Allen and Bob Meade met with Corey Wallace in regards to maintenance on the Tanner Square Monument.

Allen Greene: Allen stated that as far as the Solid Waste Committee if there was any thoughts in regard to a clean up day and that he never sees any minutes from the Solid Waste Committee.
Dale Chadbourne: None

David King: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Debbie Locke mentioned that repairs to the meeting house would roughly be $5,500.00. She met with Morse & Doak and wanted to get other estimates from other builders.

Gauis Hennin commented that Tom Stoner was a great help in repairs to the Town Clock.

ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw stated this is the worst mud season he’s seen. Jack also said they graded East Hedge Bridge Road. Chopps Point is in one of the worst conditions in town.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce stated there will be no subservice waste water permits approved due to mud season. Bruce received a couple of phone calls. Trevor Hunt from Bath Water District presented a pending application for an enlarged building by the school. Trevor will be attending the Planning Board meeting on 4/1/2019 with the plans. Also, Candyland LLC asked about reinstalling the Lobster on the roof of Taste of Maine. There have been no issues to date.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian was not present for the meeting but submitted his report. There were 12 calls since the last meeting. Woolwich responded to all 12 and transported 2. North east responded to 8.

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FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike was not present for the meeting but submitted his report. Since the last meeting there have been 4 calls. 2 carbon monoxide checks, 1 mutual aid station coverage to Richmond- structure fire in Bowdoinham and 1 personal injury motor vehicle crash.

OLD BUSINESS: None

NEW BUSINESS: Supplemental Bill for property being taken out of open space. The vote was 4-1 with Allison Hepler abstaining.


Meeting adjourned at 6:30 PM.



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff

SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday March 18, 2019
4:00 P.M.
Budget Workshop
4:30PM
Executive Session 1 MRSA § 405(6)(A) Personnel Matter
6:00 P.M.
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Town Hall



ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allen Greene, Allison Hepler and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.


APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the March 4, 2019 minutes as written.


SELECTBOARD COMMENTS:
Allison Hepler: Allison once again reminded the Board that there will be testimony on Municipal Revenue Sharing on Wednesday March 20th in Augusta.


Jason Shaw: Jason stated he had received the information for the submerged land grant for Nequasset Park.

Allen Greene: Allen stated he had concerns in regards to the Special Events Committee about Woolwich Days. Allen said it has been a standing tradition and turn out has been low the last few years. Jason Shaw informed the Board that the committee has some new ideas for this coming year. The Board proposed that a workshop be held on Thursday March 21st at 4:30PM.
Dale Chadbourne: None

David King: David wanted to mention to Debbie Locke that the Fish Commissioners are giving $10,000 dollars back to the Town which will be used for repairs to the Nequasset Church.

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Eric Noftall addressed the Board in regards to the fire on Hall Road. He stated the Board assured him that the property would be cleaned up by January. To date, there is still an outstanding amount of cleanup that needs to be addressed. The neighbors are concerned about water run off that is carrying debris into the wetlands. David King assured Mr. Noftall that Mr. Walker would continue to get the work done as soon as the frost is out of the ground.


ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack said this is a very bad mud season but that they are slowly gaining progress. Every road is drivable and passable. The worst seems to be Chopps Point Road but that since has been graded.


CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: None

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian was not present but reported that there were 10 calls in which Woolwich responded to nine (9) and transported two (2) Northeast responded to seven (7). Since January 1, 2019 there have been 51 calls.
Woolwich no response- 5 (91% response rate)
Woolwich transports- 16 (30% of the time)
Northeast not available- 25 (51% response rate)
Bath transports- 1


FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike Demers was not present for the meeting but reported that they had six (6) calls since the last meeting. One (1) residential fire alarm, one (1) mutual aid Wiscasset chimney fire, one (1) motor vehicle crash, a CO alarm, and a smoke investigation. There are upcoming training sessions. March 18th, the State Fire Marshalls office, Fire Scene preservation. Saturday, March 23rd there will be a controlled burn on Meadow Road from the fire site. Sunday March 24th Maine Forest Service, basic forestry in preparation for spring.

OLD BUSINESS:

NEW BUSINESS:
a. Liquor License Renewal for Montsweag Farm Restaurant. Jason Shaw asked the Board to wave a public hearing for the Liquor License Renewal. Dale Chadbourne seconded and the Board agreed all in favor.
b. Appointment to Communications Committee for Alternate Member. Jason Shaw motioned with Allison Hepler seconding. All in favor.
c. Appointment of Code Enforcement. Allison Hepler motioned with Jason Shaw seconding. All in favor
d. Comcast, The Board agreed to table Comcast due to information that is still required for a resolution.

David King wanted to remind everyone that the Town Meeting on May 4th will be a very important one and hopes to get the word out for attendance.
There will be another EMS information meeting on Wednesday March 27th at the school beginning at 6:00PM


There was a motion to adjourn the meeting by Dale Chadbourne and seconded by Allison Helper.

Meeting adjourned at 6:30 PM.



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff

SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday February 4
4:00 P.M.
Budget Workshop
5:30PM
Meeting with Public Communications
6:00 P.M.
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Town Hall



ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allen Greene, Allison Hepler and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.


APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the January 22, 2019 minutes as written.

SELECTMEN’S COMMENTS:
Allison Hepler: None

Jason Shaw: Jason stated that he and Allison went to Augusta to discuss plowing costs for the Town and its relationship to Municipal Revenue Sharing. Allison pointed out that regardless of how many miles of state roads the Town plows, it is the same amount of municipal revenue sharing. Absent a change in legislation, that amount should be going up in July. Jason also discussed that he and Allen will be going to the County Commissioners on February 5th to nominate a candidate from Phippsburg to the Budget Committee.

Allen Greene: None
Dale Chadbourne: None

David King: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Sue Whittaker asked the board about applying for other grant projects for the boat launch.


ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw said there have been no complaints in regards to snow plowing, that one day it’s spring the next day it’s snowing. We are keeping up the best we can.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce stated that one new building permit application was submitted for Brushwood Road, he went out last Thursday with the contractor and the appraiser to tour the house. Bruce also commented that the complaint on the Sam Moore Road has been taken care of, and the resident is no longer residing in the camper. Bruce also said that the plumbing permit applications that were sent back from the State for missing signatures have been resolved. Dale Chadbourne asked Bruce about water and sewer coming into Woolwich from Wiscasset.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian said they received eight calls and they responded to seven with two transports. Five of the eight calls North East responded. Brian wanted to remind everyone about the informational meeting in regards to EMS service on February 5th at 6:30PM at the school.
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FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike said they received four calls, one was a Carbon Monoxide alarm, one for a tree down and 2 with flooded basements. Mike also stated they will be doing SCBA training and they will also have a guest speaker on Wednesday evening February 6th.


OLD BUSINESS:
a. Other: None

NEW BUSINESS:
a. Other: None

Motion to adjourn by Jason Shaw and Dale Chadbourne seconded the motion.



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff

SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Tuesday January 22, 2019
5:00 P.M.
Meeting with Planning Board to discuss Ordinances
6:00 P.M.
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Town Hall



ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allen Greene, Allison Hepler and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting newly appointed Town Administrator, Kim Dalton led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.


APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the January 7, 2019 minutes as written.

SELECTMEN’S COMMENTS:
Allison Hepler: Update on LD-1, Allison confirmed this does need to be done by written ballot. Allison reached out to Nick Sampson at Revision for CMP. There are going to be two sets of credits coming back to the town from over a year ago that the town has not received. Perhaps we will be receiving a check but will contact the lawyers from CMP to confirm. Allison also stated that there is a bill at the legislature in regards to extended power outages and hiring professionals for assistance in turning the power back on.
Jason Shaw: Jason stated that he and Allison will be heading to the State House on Monday January 28th in regards to local road subsidy. Jason also mentioned it was Debbie Locke’s Birthday. Happy Birthday to Debbie.
Allen Greene: Allen was concerned about the proposed FCC rules that would allow Comcast to "pay" part of the franchise fee to the Town through services and infrastructure.

Dale Chadbourne: None
David King: David was contacted by Aaron Gerow in regards to cutting trees at the landfill. He will be doing this over February vacation. He will remove ten trees for no cost since he will be retaining the wood.

PUBLIC COMMENTS: None


ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw stated they had not received any complaints in regards to snowplowing during the last few storms.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce Engert stated that there is a pending building permit by Brushwood on file at the town office.
He has 2-3 issues on record. Pauline Parker on Meadow Road has requested an extension on cleaning up after the fire. There is pending litigation by CMP. The board granted a 90 day extension. Katie Duncan stated there were issues in regards to Reed & Reed on River Road and also a complaint from an abutter on the Sam Moore Road. Someone is living in a camper trailer and running the generator 18-20 hours out of the day. Bruce has been unable to contact anybody at the trailer.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian said they received eight calls in the last two weeks and responded to all of them. They had one transport and Northeast responded to five of the eight calls. Brian also stated that they were grateful for Georgetown loaning them a truck since theirs is down for repairs. There will be a meeting with Red Cross on April 9th at 6:00 with the shelter volunteers and what it can provide for residents. Brian asked the Board for approval on funding training for a current firefighter who is now going for EMT training. The board approved payment with a motion from Jason and seconded by Dale with all in favor.
Brian also said that there will be an EMS Informational Meeting on February 5th at 6:30 at the Central School for all residents interested in attending.

FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike stated they responded to 6 calls over the last two weeks. One for a chimney fire and 2 motor vehicle crashes. Mike wanted to thank Jason Shaw for going out and sanding a resident’s driveway for the fire department to get back out. Mike also stated that they will be doing S.C.B.A training on Sunday. They will also be doing some training with CMP. Mike said they had two new members join the department.


OLD BUSINESS:
a. Other: None

NEW BUSINESS:
a. Consent Agreement: The Mesrobians attended the meeting in regards to the update on the consent agreement. At this time the Selectboard has tabled the meeting until February 19th to see if the Mesrobians will comply.

b. Other: Motion to adjourn to Executive Session for Personnel Matter: Motioned at 7:30 by Jason Shaw and seconded by Allison Hepler.



Respectfully Submitted,

Kim Dalton
Town Administrator


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff
SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES
Monday January 7, 2019
4:0030 P.M.
Executive Session 1 MRSA § 405(6)(A) Personnel matter
5:00 P.M.
Meeting with EMS to discuss FY20 EMS services
The Board met with Brian Carlton and Mike Demers to further discuss their proposal regarding next fiscal year’s budget and their recommendations for service.
6:00 P.M.
Regular Selectboard Meeting
At Woolwich Town Hall


ATTENDANCE: David King, Jason Shaw, Allen Greene, Allison Hepler and Dale Chadbourne

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Prior to the beginning of the regular meeting Town Clerk Chelsea Lane led the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag of our country.

SELECTBOARD ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING: Dale Chadbourne nominated David King as Chair and Allison Hepler seconded. The Board voted unanimously to have David King chairman of the Board. David King nominated Dale Chadbourne for second chair of the Board and Allison Hepler seconded. The Board voted unanimously to have Dale Chadbourne as vice chair.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES: It was moved, seconded and voted unanimously to approve the December 17, 2018 minutes as written. Allison Hepler and Jason Shaw excused themselves from the vote as they were not present for the meeting.

SELECTMEN’S COMMENTS:
Allen Greene: Asked for clarification on the status of CMP credits for the town from the solar panels on the town landfill. Chelsea Lane confirmed that the town is currently receiving credits on CMP bills and will provide the board with figures.
Jason Shaw: None
Allison Hepler: Has spoken with Maine Municipal Association regarding LD1. They recommend the town continue with a public vote at town meeting, but confirmed that there is no requirement to report the results other than in the meeting minutes. Allison will follow up to determine if a voice vote can be used instead of a written vote.
Dale Chadbourne: None
David King: None

PUBLIC COMMENTS: Jim Quinnam of Old Stage Road provided an update to the Board about debris removal from his property after a fire last year. He indicated he is planning to sell the property instead of rebuilding, and plans to leave the remaining structure on the property as it is structurally sound. He stated debris removal was not complete but that he had been making progress. Bruce Engert indicated he believes the property will be “grandfathered” until May 2019.

Eric Noftall of Hall Road requested an update regarding the property that burned on Hall Road last year. Both Dale Chadbourne and Bruce Engert had visited the property since the last Board meeting and had noted that progress had been made on debris removal since the fire, and the property owner had provided documentation showing debris had been disposed of elsewhere. The Board requested that Bruce visit the property the next day, weather permitting, and that he contact the owner. David assured Eric that the Board would make every effort to ensure the property is cleaned up.

ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT: Jack Shaw presented the Board with his budget request for next year. He asked that the current Sign Account and Road and Bridge Account be combined as costs frequently overlap. Chelsea Lane reported that the Town Office had not received any calls regarding the roads.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER’S REPORT: Bruce Engert stated that in 2018 the Town had issued 62 building permits, including 20 for new stick-built homes, and 68 plumbing permits. He estimated a 37% increase over 2017 numbers.

EMS CHIEF’S REPORT: Brian Carlton reported that there had been 14 calls since the last meeting. He also stated that he has found an online continuing education course that will cost $1,800.00 for two years.

FIRE CHIEF’S REPORT: Mike Demers reported that there had been 11 fire calls since the last meeting. He stated that there were a total of 160 calls in 2018, and increase of 15 from 2017. His budget currently stands at 60.7% remaining of operations and 50% remaining of payroll. He has submitted a budget request for the upcoming year, with increases to the fuel, hose, and payroll lines. He is currently working with the Bath Water District to get a second meter installed in the Fire Department so that the truck can be filled inside the building in the winter without being charged the metered rate.
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OLD BUSINESS:
a. Landfill Tree Removal Update: Jason Shaw asked for clarification on tree removal around the solar panels. He and David King will visit the site to determine what trees need to be removed.

b. Other: None

NEW BUSINESS:
a. Landfill Bid Review: The Board reviewed the proposed Landfill Bid for water testing. David King asked the office staff to ensure it is posted to the Maine Municipal Association website.
b. Other: Dale Chadbourne asked about the process of having the town’s website updated in a timely manner. Allison Hepler stated she will be scheduling a workshop with the Public Communications Committee. Allen Greene shared that he had spoken with someone who creates municipal websites at the MMA Convention, and will request a quote.



Respectfully Submitted,

Chelsea Lane
Town Clerk


Approved: ___________________________
cc: Selectboard/Staff

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