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Minutes of Town Board Meetings

Minutes of 8/13/2018

August 24th, 2018

Carroll Board of Selectmen
Meeting Minutes
August 13, 2018


“These minutes of the Town of Carroll Select Board have been recorded by its Secretary. Though believed to be accurate and correct they are subject to additions, deletions and corrections by the Select Board at its next meeting when the Board votes its final approval of the minutes. They are being made available at this time to conform to the requirements of New Hampshire RSA 91-A:2.”

Minutes recorded by Maryclare H. Quigley, Secretary

Board members present: David A. Scalley, Brian P. Mycko, Bonnie J. Moroney.

Members of the public present: Wayne Mycko, Patricia Mycko, Michael Hogan, Dianne Hogan, Debbie Szauter, Imre Szauter, Tadd Bailey, Jeremy Oleson, Paul Pagliarulo

The meeting was called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Chairman Scalley.

Pledge of Allegiance

The Chair announced the approval and signing of the manifests.

Selectman Moroney made a Motion to approve the minutes of July 30, 2018 and it was seconded by Selectman Mycko. The Motion passed unanimously.

Paul Pagliarulo, owner of the property on Route 115, where the Town has the easement for the Cherry Mountain Water Tank spoke next. Mr. Pagliarulo said he had a deed showing the agreement for the easement for water from the pond with the town, a copy of which he had sent to the town. He went on to say that this gives his property the right to free water. He said this has been an ongoing issue and he wants to settle it. Selectman Moroney said she had the complete paperwork pulled and proceeded to discuss the last deed with the property owner of the time, Mrs. Bellefeuille. The Town paid Mrs. Bellefeuille $15,000 for the easement and it terminated previous agreements. Mr. Pagliarulo argued that he still has the right to draw water and that his rights go back to the 30’s, which gives to “all assigns.” Therefore, he believes there shouldn’t be a charge for his water. Further discussion ensued about land owned and charges for water. The Board feel they need guidance on this matter and Selectman Moroney made a Motion to: send documentation to Legal Counsel for their review and advice. Selectman Mycko seconded and it passed unanimously. The Board thanked Mr. Pagliarulo for coming.


Imre Szauter reported on the Building Committee, 2019, and said they had not met since his last report. He said they are posting documents and materials to keep the public informed and involved with the project. These include articles regarding 15 New Hampshire projects that received a total of $2.8 million in grant funds from the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC). This is a federal-state partnership that provides funding for qualified projects in Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, and New York counties considered to be economically distressed. Mr. Szauter said the Committee had not spent any money yet this year. Mr. Szauter announced the next meeting is Thursday evening, September 20, 7 p.m. in the Town Hall. He said the evening meetings create a conflict for Allan Clark so he most likely will not be at this meeting, and also asked about going back to daytime meetings. He said that a criticism of the daytime meetings was that people couldn’t attend—but so far, they have not had anyone other than one person and a newspaper reporter, besides the Committee. They’ll see what happens on September 20.

The Board thanked Mr. Szauter.

The following was approved and signed:

Water Warrant – Keziah
Water Warrant – Malu, LLC
Driveway/E-911/Mapping Permit – Pond; Remondi
Certificates of Occupancy – Transform Health & Fitness, LLC/Twin Plaza Unit 1, Unit 2,
Unit 3

Follow Up:

School Street Culvert – Ongoing
Building Inspector/Building Permit/Fee Structure – Ongoing
Storage Room – Front Hallway, Town Hall – Ongoing

Other:

Selectman Moroney announced that the Town Newsletter was finished and would be out before September 1.

Michael Hogan referred to the previous meeting which he was unable to attend and said that the whole town needs to recycle. He suggested going to the Chamber of Commerce to encourage the businesses to become more involved and also said he believes that we should start using stickers for admittance to the Transfer Station. He also said maybe it’s time to have a cruiser at the gate to check on residency if it’s commercial; or perhaps we just don’t take commercial loads. He said he has seen trucks at the Transfer Station which were just overflowing with trash, cans, glass, etc., and has seen it all go right into the dumpster. He reiterated that disposing of trash is a business expense for the businesses, but not for the private residents. He went on to say that towns all around, including Littleton, Whitefield, Dalton, have a pay-per-bag system. Mr. Hogan said people have to understand why the need for this – we are charged by weight. Regarding the use by non-residents, he feels the attendants need to bring names to the Select Board so they can address the issue. Chairman Scalley suggesting sending a letter to all the businesses about not bringing trash and to use dumpsters for their businesses. However, if they choose to recycle, they may bring those in. It is Chairman Scalley’s thought to “correct the abusers and not the users.”

Chairman Scalley said the next meeting would be August 27, 2018 at 7 p.m.

As there was no further business, the Board was polled and went into non-public session, per RSA 91-A-3 for Personnel at 7:45 p.m. Chairman Scalley, yes; Selectman Mycko, yes; Selectman Moroney, yes.

At the close of non-public session at 8:45 p.m., Selectman Moroney moved to return to public session and seal the minutes from non-public session. Selectman Mycko seconded and the Motion passed unanimously.

There being no further discussion, Selectman Moroney made a Motion to adjourn the meeting. Selectman Mycko seconded and the Motion passed unanimously. Chairman Scalley declared the meeting ended at 8:46 p.m.