|June 22, 2016|
Shapleigh Board of Selectmen
Minutes of Meeting – Time 7:00 pm
June 14, 2016
A. Call to Order
Michael S. Perro, Chairman, called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, at the Shapleigh Town Hall with Mark R. Cobb and William J. Mageary being present. Also in attendance: Karla Bergeron, Executive Secretary to the Board of Selectmen.
Also in Attendance: Mike Casserly, Penny Mills, Curtis Mills, Art Ingersol, Richard Goodwin and Skip Bartosch
I. Pledge of Allegiance
II. Approval of minutes from previous meeting: Motion by William J. Mageary, Seconded by Mark R. Cobb to accept the minutes from June 7, 2016 as presented. Passed unanimously.
III. Public Comment:
· Art Ingersol mentioned to the BOS he has 10 -12 smoke detectors that need to be disposed of at the Transfer Station. It will cost 15.00 each to dispose of them. The BOS recommendation was to store them at the Transfer Station until Art can speak to the representative from Northcoast.
· Public citizen asked to speak to the BOS regarding what he observed at the Transfer Station. He noticed a local business owner disposing of shingles and he didn’t notice the person paying. Art who is the Transfer Station employee that handles the demo debris disposal stated the gentleman did pay for the disposal of the shingles. Art provided verification of a payment receipt showing this person had paid. The citizen thanked the BOS and Art for providing proof.
· Mike Casserly – Town of Sanford Engineer – asked if the BOS had ever considered using crack sealant for the paved roads in Town. Currently, Mike has been pursuing this option for the Town of Sanford. Richard Goodwin, Road Commissioner, South stated several years ago the Town did use crack sealant for some of the paved roads. It was in the opinion of Richard that it wasn’t cost effective to continue to use this material. Michael S. Perro asked Mike if he could provide the Town of Shapleigh with data in regards to cost and expected longevity. Mike stated he would gladly provide the Town with such information.
· Meeting with William Hayes – The BOS would like to schedule a meeting regarding the recent letter of violation that was sent to William Hayes. A tentative date has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 28th at 6:00 pm. Members invited to attend will be William Hayes, Roger Allaire, John Burnell, Steve McDonough and the three Selectmen.
IV. Road Commissioners Report: North/South:
a John Burnell, North was not able to attend.
b Richard Goodwin, Road Commissioner, South reported the prep work for the Back Road project is completed. Paving should begin within the week.
V. Unfinished Business:
1. Amended Williams Property Agreement with the Roux Family – The Executive Secretary stated Attorney Brad Morin reviewed the document and made a few changes. Motion made by William J. Mageary, Seconded by Mark R. Cobb to sign the agreement as presented. No further discussion. Motion carried unanimously.
2. Amended Policy on Employee/Volunteer Agreement – Executive Secretary stated Attorney Morin reviewed the document and made some changes based on Maine State Law. Motion made by Mark R. Cobb, Seconded by William J. Mageary to approve the policy as amended. No further discussion. Motion carried unanimously.
3. Solar Energy – Michael S. Perro reported he has scheduled a meeting with Revision Energy for Thursday, June 16 at 7:30 am at the Shapleigh Town Hall. Jeff from Revision Energy and whomever from the BOS who like to attend are invited. The agenda will be driving around Shapleigh to see where solar panels could be installed in the Town of Shapleigh.
4. Town Hall Front Steps – William J. Mageary mentioned he continues to contact Tom from Tom’s Masonry. A certificate of insurance is in the process of being faxed to the Town.
5. Public Safety Building Bathrooms – Mark R. Cobb informed the BOS that the design for the bathroom renovations has been completed. The next step will be to go out to bid.
6. Sanford, Acton, Shapleigh Dam Coalition – meeting took place where the Engineer was in attendance. The Engineer outlined the plans and detailed work that will be needed. Currently, the committee is looking at options.
VI. New Business:
1. Maine Municipal Association Tax Increment Financing Survey – Mark R. Cobb stated the Town of Shapleigh doesn’t participate in the TIF program.
2. Williams Property Damage – Nathan Gallant spoke to Mark R. Cobb regarding damage to a rock wall and other misc damages to the property took place during the previous weekend. Nathan has filed a police report and has taken several photos of the damage.
3. Performance Evaluation – Motion made by Mark R. Cobb, Seconded by William J. Mageary to approve a 3% hourly increase to the Land Use Secretary wage for a positive performance evaluation. No further discussion. Motion carried unanimously.
a) York Country Sheriff’s Office Letter
b) Planning Board and CEO letters
3. Williams Property Agreement
IX. Adjourn – Motion made by Mark R. Cobb, Seconded by William J. Mageary to adjourn at 8:05 pm. Motion passed unanimously.
These minutes are not verbatim. Karla Bergeron, Executive Secretary to the Board of Selectmen.
Board of Selectmen
June 26, 2016 5:52 AM