BoS - May 6, 2019 Prior to Town Meeting (Revised)

BoS - May 6, 2019 Prior to Town Meeting (Revised)

Postby Suzanne Kane » Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:35 am

Board of Selectmen
May 6, 2019
Agenda (Revised)
Prior to Town meeting
High School Room C102


6:30 PM


• Call to Order

1. Sign Election Warrants

2. Approve Whitinsville Fish & Game Change of Officers

3. Wallum Lake Road Discussion

4. Executive Session - Litigation

5. Adjournment
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Board of Selectmen
Minutes - Prior to Town Meeting
May 6, 2019
APPROVED May 21, 2019

• Call to Order:

Vice Chairman David Cortese called the meeting to order at 6:37 PM in Room C102 of the High School. In attendance: Timothy Bonin, Harold Davis, Michael Hughes, Chairman Kevin Morse (arrived at 6:39 PM), Town Administrator Matthew Wojcik, Administrative Assistant Suzanne Kane, and Atty. Richard Bowen.

1. Sign Election Warrants:
In the packet is a copy of the Warrant for Annual Town Election, May 14, 2019.
• Mr. Bonin made a motion to sign the annual town election warrants. Mr. Hughes seconded the motion. All aye.

2. Approve Whitinsville Fish & Game Change of Officers:
In the packet is a memo from Admin. Assist. Suzanne Kane, dated May 1, 2019, and a copy of the application from Whitinsville Fish & Game for Change of Officers.
• Ms. Kane explained that in her excitement at receiving the application from Whitinsville Fish & Game in a timely manner, she sent it to ABCC without prior approval from the Board. Mr. Hughes made a motion to approve the application as presented. Mr. Davis seconded the motion. All aye.

Mr. Mores arrived and took over the meeting as Chair.

3. Wallum Lake Road Discussion:
• Mr. Morse gave his position on erecting a toll booth on Wallum Lake Road. Discussion ensued – does the board need authority to do so, how would maintenance be identified, find a legal way to have the road closed vs. a toll booth. Atty. Bowen explained it could be done through legislation; the board would present a 10 year plan on maintenance and the cost of operating the toll booth in order to come up with a reasonable toll. It was decided to place this on a future agenda. T.A. Wojcik is still confirming attendance for a meeting with DCR Commissioner, and State Rep’s next week in Douglas.

4. Executive Session – Litigation:
Mr. Bonin made a motion at 6:57 PM to go into Executive Session for the purpose of Litigation, and return to regular session for the purpose of adjournment. Mr. Hughes seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Timothy Bonin – aye, David Cortese – aye, Harold Davis – aye, Michael Hughes – aye, and Kevin Morse – aye.

Mr. Hughes made a motion at 6:59 PM, to return to regular session for the purpose of adjournment. Mr. Bonin seconded the motion. Roll Call Vote: Timothy Bonin – aye, David Cortese – aye, Harold Davis – aye, Michael Hughes – aye, and Kevin Morse – aye.

5. Adjournment:
Mr. Bonin made a motion at 6:59PM to adjourn. Mr. Hughes seconded the motion. All – aye.


Respectfully submitted,


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