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Board Of Select Meeting Minutes 03.14.13

Board Of Select Meeting Minutes 03.14.13

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 Town of MiltonBoard of Selectmen Regular MeetingMonday March 4, 2013Milton Town Hall6:12 P.M.Meeting MinutesMembers in attendance: Chairman Bob Srnec, Tom Gray, and Bob Bridges.Also in attendance: Town Administrator Joe Ryan, Recording Clerk Rebecca Dean.Public in attendance: James Mike Beaulieu, Chip Gehres, Kari Lygren, David Levin,and Nick Marique.The meeting started with the Pledge of Allegiance led by Bob Srnec. He called themeeting to order at 6:12 pm.
 Acknowledgements
The Board asked for a moment of silence for three residents who have passed away– Ralph Drew, Edmund Devaney, and Fred Palmer.The Board also acknowledged the birthdays of the following town employees: RobinWeeks – Fire Department, Bob Bridges – Board of Selectmen, Bob Srnec – Board of Selectmen, Doreen Gray – Highway Department, Andrew Magargee – PoliceDepartment.
New Business
Bob Srnec stated that there had been discussion regarding COMSTAR during theprior closed session.Joe Ryan stated that an extensive report was received from the Treasurer andreviewed the report with the Board. The first two pages contained the accounts,followed by what those accounts do. The third page contained a breakdown of fundbalances. At the end of January 2013, this total was $1,842,558.92. From hereon, theTreasurer will be providing a fund balance report on a monthly basis.Mr. Ryan stated that an area in the Recreation accounting is being looked into perrequest from Mr. Bridges.
 Approval of MinutesMOTION:
Mr. Bridges moved to accept the meeting minutes from the February 4,2013 regular Board of Selectmen meeting as written, seconded by Tom Gray. Motioncarried 3-0.
 
 
MOTION:
Mr. Gray moved to accept the meeting minutes from the February 18,2013 regular Board of Selectmen meeting as written, seconded by Mr. Bridges.Motion carried 3-0.
MOTION:
Mr. Gray moved to accept the meeting minutes from the February 18,2013 non-public Board of Selectmen meeting as written, seconded by Mr. Bridges.Motion carried 3-0.
Payment of Bills & InvoicesMOTION:
Mr. Srnec moved to accept and sign the manifest, and noted that thephysical signing will occur at the end of the meeting. Seconded by Mr. Gray. Motioncarried 3-0.
MOTION:
Mr. Srnec made the motion to approve disbursement of the trust fund forthe advertisement of a Construction Manager for the proposed Herbert Downs FireStation as printed in Foster’s Daily Democrat in July 2012 for the amount of $289.80.This amount has already been paid. Mr. Gray seconded. Motion carried 3-0.
2013 Expenditure Reports
Regarding the Expenditure reports, the Board noted that no budgeted numbers arepresent.
 Administrator Comments:
 Mr. Ryan stated he had no additional comments from the Town Administrator.
Selectmen Comments:
Mr. Bridges stated that there was a complaint made in reference to noise on HareRoad. Noise from a logging operation was heard at 11pm, and he questionedwhether the Town’s noise ordinance needed to be updated.Mr. Ryan presented the law that is currently enforced – State law prohibits noise at an unreasonable time. If the complainant had contacted the Town PoliceDepartment, the officer could determine if the time and amount of noise wasunreasonable. They can enforce State law and write a summons. In discussion if theTown should tighten its ordinance, Mr. Ryan stated that the main reasons to do sowould be to obtain revenue or to enhance a preexisting law or statute. If the existingState law does not suffice in the eyes of the Town, his recommendation is to reviewit. The existing ordinance is broader than State law, and when the Town relies on it,any revenue from fines goes to the State of New Hampshire.Mr. Srnec mentioned he would like to see a 9pm noise ordinance. The group agreedto table further discussion for another time.Mr. Gray said he has a plaque in his possession to recognize the support for thefishing derby in the summer. He will bring it in.

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