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STM June 22 Warrant 2010 - General Distribution

STM June 22 Warrant 2010 - General Distribution

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WARRANTFOR THE SPECIAL TOWN MEETINGJUNE 22, 2010TOWN OF AQUINNAHCOMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS
County of Dukes County, ssTo either of the Constables of the Town of Aquinnah:
GREETINGS
:In the name of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, you are hereby directed to notifyand warn the inhabitants of the Town of Aquinnah who are qualified to vote in electionsand town affairs to meet at the
Aquinnah Old Town Hall in said Town on the Twenty-second day of June 2010, at 7:00 PM,
then and there to act upon the articles of thisWarrant.
ARTICLE ONEPlanning Board
To see if the Town will vote to update the Aquinnah Zoning Bylaw accordingly, asrequired by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, to replace Sec. 10.2-1 andSec.10.2-1A with the following language and to re-label Sec. 10.2-1B as Sec.10.2-1A: 
10.2-1 Purpose
The Town of Aquinnah, recognizing the dangers inherent upon coastalflooding at times of hurricanes or severe storms and as a means of protectingits citizens and their property, hereby establishes a series of Flood PlainOverlay Districts and Zoning Regulations for construction of structures and for the use of the land within these districts. Such districts are defined and include all special flood hazard areas within the Town of Aquinnah designated as Zone AE or VE on the Dukes County Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM)issued by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for theadministration of the National Flood Insurance Program. The map panels of the Dukes County FIRM that are wholly or partially within the Town of  Aquinnah are panel numbers 25007C0152H, 25007C0154H, 25007C0156H,25007C0157H, 25007C0158H, 25007C0159H and 25007C0166H dated July 6,2010. The exact boundaries of the District may be defined by the 100-year base flood elevations shown on the FIRM and further defined by the Dukes
 
County Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report dated July 6, 2010. The FIRM and FIS report are incorporated herein by reference and are on file with the TownClerk, and Building Inspector, and Planning Board.
Two-thirds vote
 
required for passage.ARTICLE TWOBoard of Selectmen
To see if the town will vote to amend the Personnel Bylaw Section 1-5 (c) to read: 
“Full time employee” shall mean an employee working 30 (thirty) or more hours per week for 52 (fifty-two) weeks a year, minus authorized leaves provided for in these Personnel Bylaws.
Note:
These amendments will affect only employees hired after June 30, 2010.
ARTICLE THREEBoard of Selectmen
To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Bylaw Section 1-5 (d) to read:
“Part time employee” shall mean an employee working less than 30 (thirty) hours per week for 52 (fifty-two) weeks a year.
Two-thirds vote
 
required for passage.Note:
These amendments will affect only employees hired after June 30, 2010. 
ARTICLE FOUR Board of Selectmen
To see if the Town will vote to amend the Personnel Bylaw Section 8.3 (a) by adding thefollowing:
 Except full time employees who work a regular schedule less than 5 (five) days per week will be paid on a prorated (5 day) basis for the purpose of calculating holiday benefits. Arrangements must be made with the employee’s supervisor to schedule compensatory substitute holidays and must be used during the same fiscal year.
Two-thirds vote
 
required for passage.ARTICLE FIVEBoard of Selectmen
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