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CHARLOTTE SELECTBOARD MINUTES OF MEETING TOWN HALL
MAY 8, 2017

SELECTBOARD MEMBERS: Lane Morrison, Chair; Fritz Tegatz, Frank W. Tenney, Carrie Spear, Matthew Krasnow.
ADMINSTRATION: Dean Bloch, Town Administrator.
OTHERS: John Kerr, Brian Machanic, Sarah Reeves, Robert Mack, Kelly Stockwell, Jason Stockwell, Hadley Stockwell, Abby Foulk, Hugh Lewis Jr, Casey Arnote, Erich Finley, Whitney Finley, Winslow Ladue, Lt. Scott, VSP Trooper Matt Daley, Jenny Cole, Sandy Arnell, Wolfger Schneider, Christian Pinillot, Brian Slater, Lucas Adler, King Milne, Rhonda Moore, Alaina Murphy, Bob Stein, Kathryn Milillo, Christine Cowart. Tony Cowart, Steve Williams, Chris Galipiau, Chris Davis and others.

SITE VISITS:
6:00 PM—349 Lane’s Lane (Lot 211 Thompson’s Point)—for proposed site changes 6:20 PM—4421 Greenbush Road (just north of Common Way)—for Casey Arnote’s application for a Highway Access Permit
6:45 PM—2738 Greenbush Road—for Erich & Whitney Finley’s application for a Highway Access Permit

ITEMS TAKEN UP:

7:05 PM Hadley Stockwell—request to use Library parking lot for a benefit car wash

7:10 PM Sarah Reeves, General Manager of Chittenden Solid Waste District— presentation of budget, to be voted on by member towns

7:25 PM VT Cares—application for a bicycling fundraiser—June 10th
7:30 PM Casey Arnote—application for a Highway Access Permit (HAP-17-01) for a residential access to an existing building lot
7:35 PM Erich and Whitney Finley—application for Highway Access Permit (HAP-17-02) to move an access to a single family residence.
7:40 PM Vermont State Police—biannual check-in regarding speed limit enforcement
7:55 PM Interview Christine Cowart, reappointment to the Trails Committee, for term ending April 30, 2019
8:00 PM Chris & Susanne Davis—site changes to Thompson’s Point Lot 211 at 349 Lane’s Lane
8:05 PM David Marshall—Lane’s Lane and Thompson’s Point wastewater system
8:35 PM Charlotte Park & Wildlife Refuge Request to submit a VAOT 19 VSA §1111 Permit Application to allow the Charlotte Road Commissioner to mow within the Route 7 right-of-way adjacent to the Park and the Galbreath parcel to

APPROVED

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control wild parsnip. Grant Agreement for Vermont Watershed Grant Program—for stabilization of gully erosion
8:40 PM Reappoint Cali Griswold as Animal Control Officer for a term ending April 30, 2018
8:45 PM Approve Request for Proposals for Computer Network Support and Related Services for Town Office
8:55 PM Selectboard updates: Bond application for pumper fire truck Pay for Beach Attendants
9:00 PM Minutes: April 6, April 24

CALL TO ORDER

Mr. Morrison, Chair, called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

ADJUSTMENTS TO THE AGENDA

None.

PUBLIC COMMENT

None.

HADLEY STOCKWELL—REQUEST TO USE LIBRARY PARKING LOT FOR A BENEFIT CAR WASH
Hadley Stockwell, Charlotte Central School 6th grader, reviewed a proposed car wash fundraising project to benefit Green Mountain Habitat for Humanity to be held at the Town Library, or Town Hall parking lot. Ten students and several adults will participate, said Ms. Stockwell.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to approve a request by Hadley Stockwell to use the Town Library parking lot for a benefit car wash, at a date to be determined.
DISCUSSION:
Mr. Morrison asked if this was an individual project, or a school organization project. Ms. Hadley replied that it is an individual project.

Mr. Bloch said that the Town’s insurance carrier wants adults present at the event. Traffic flow will be one way, said Mr. Bloch.

Abby Foulk asked if the soap and water runoff will drain into the wetlands behind the Town Hall. Ms. Hadley explained that an all organic soap that is safe for the environment will be used.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

SARAH REEVES, GENERAL MANAGER OF CHITTENDEN SOLID WASTE DISTRICT—PRESENTATION OF BUDGET, TO BE VOTED ON BY MEMBER TOWNS

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Sarah Reeves, Chittenden Solid Waste District General Manager (CSWD), reviewed a written proposed operating budget for FY2018. The CSWD Board approved the proposed budget on April 26, 2017, said Ms. Reeves.

There was discussion regarding a proposal to charge a compost fee at the drop off centers due to a delay in the start of curbside hauler services from July 1, 2017 to July 1, 2018; the use of stabilization account funds to maintain a stable rate in fees charged; and the status of the Hinesburg Drop Off Center.

Ms. Reeve noted that CSWD has a goal to rebuild in Hinesburg, and outlined options once the new approved Hinesburg Town garage project started construction as follows:

Locate a temporary drop off center site elsewhere
Utilize a one day “fast trash” drop elsewhere
Use the Richmond or Williston drop off centers until a new Hinesburg drop off center is constructed

MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Ms. Spear, to approve the Chittenden Solid Waste District proposed FY2018 budget as presented.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

VT CARES—APPLICATION FOR A BICYCLING FUNDRAISER—JUNE 10TH

Christian Pinillot, VT Cares representative, explained a request to use Charlotte roads for a bicycling fundraiser for VT Cares. This is the 19th year for this volunteer event. There are no rest stops in Charlotte, and EMS, police and the Charlotte Recreation Committee have been notified, said Mr. Pinillot. Mr. Bloch noted that the Recreation Committee reported that there are no conflicts with other events.

MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Ms. Spear, to approve an application by VT Cares for a bicycling fundraising event on June 10, 2017.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

CASEY ARNOTE—APPLICATION FOR A HIGHWAY ACCESS PERMIT (HAP-17-01) FOR A RESIDENTIAL ACCESS TO AN EXISTING BUILDING LOT
Hugh Lewis Jr, Charlotte Road Commissioner, reported that to get the proper sight distances three trees and some brush would need to be cut.

MOTION by Mr. Tenney, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to approve a request by Casey Arnote for a Highway Access Permit, HAP-17-01, for a residential access to an existing building lot, property located at 4221 Greenbush Road.
AMENDMENT to the motion by Mr. Tenney, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, subject to tree removal approval by the Charlotte Tree Warden.

VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

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ERICH AND WHITNEY FINLEY—APPLICATION FOR HIGHWAY ACCESS PERMIT (HAP-17-02) TO MOVE AN ACCESS TO A SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE
Mr. Lewis, Charlotte Road Commissioner, reported that the sight distances were in accordance with the 25 mph posted roadway.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to approve a request by Erich and Whitney Finley for a Highway Access Permit, HAP-17-02, to move an access to a single family residence, property located at 2738 Greenbush Road.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

VERMONT STATE POLICE—BIANNUAL CHECK-IN REGARDING SPEED LIMIT ENFORCEMENT
Vermont State Police Lt. Scott (VSP) and VSP Trooper Matt Daley, thanked the Selectboard for inviting them to the meeting.

There was lengthy discussion regarding recently posted comments on Front Porch Forum related to motorist speeding in Town; a history of contracting traffic enforcement with the Shelburne Police Department in the past, a current contract with the Vermont State Police, and proposed additional motorcycle traffic enforcement by the Charlotte Constable during the summer season; concerns related to increased traffic impacts on Greenbush Road, Spear Street and Mt Philo Road during the Route 7 construction season; and that the Town receives 80 percent of the enforcement ticket fees, budgeted at $11,500, which is $6,000 ahead at this time, and an estimated $18,000 in fees received by the end of June.

Trooper Daley reviewed vehicular accident data for the last two years on Spear Street, Mt Philo Road and Greenbush Road. Accidents do not come into play, said Trooper Daley. Mr. Krasnow asked for VSP to return with reportable data.

Mr. Morrison briefly explained a process for setting speeds on Town roads. The Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission monitors speeds, and can set speeds as low as the 85 percentile, said Mr. Morrison. VSP Lt. Scott explained that the speeds can’t be set lower than it already is on Greenbush Road. Speeding is not a priority to warrant increased patrols in Charlotte. Interstate highways are the VSP biggest priority, said VSP Lt. Scott.

Mr. Morrison asked if it was possible for 12-14 hours per week versus the current 8.5 hours. Lt Scott replied no, and explained man power issues and that the VSP Williston barracks covered all towns within Chittenden County.

In response to questions, VSP Lt. Scott said that Jericho contracts with the Chittenden County sheriff for traffic enforcement services. Some towns have added speed bumps and traffic islands as traffic calming devices. For example, Jericho has both on Skunk Hollow Road, said VSP Lt. Scott.

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Brian Machanic, Mt Philo Road resident, stated that there were two multiple car accidents on Mt Philo Road two weeks ago. He is up at 6:30 a.m. and hasn’t seen one speed trap going north or south. He lives 150 yards from the Town’s radar monitor. He is concerned that the motorists will continue to use the road even after the Route 7 project is completed, said Mr. Machanic.

Brian Slater, Mt. Philo Road resident, said that he has lived there for 12 years where the road flattens and the cars fly by. There is an increasing uptick in traffic during the 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. hours. More than 1 in 10 are speeding over 70 mph. Motorists slow down when they see the flashing light of the speed monitor, then they speed up again once past it. If the VSP can’t prioritize our roads then is it worth budgeting money for a contract, asked Mr. Slater.

Wolfger Schneider, Greenbush Road resident, asked if there is a report of when and where tickets are given. Mr. Bloch said that the VSP provides a monthly report of total amounts, the number of speeding tickets and a breakdown of response calls.

King Milne noted that the presence of VSP does slow down motorists, and asked if flashing radar signs are effective. VSP Lt. Scott replied yes and no. A flashing radar sign is effective at first, then motorists get use to it and they go back to ‘normal’ habits.

Mr. Milne suggested posting a few of the flashing signs with a parked VSP car by it. He has seen trucks come to a rolling stop at the red light on Ferry Road. Those trucks should be ticketed. Once the Greenbush Road/Ferry Road 25 mph speeding issue is solved, then the VSP could move to other areas. It is not tourists, it is our neighbors speeding, stated Mr. Milne.

Mr. Milne said that his neighbors have discussed purchasing one or two of the flashing signs at $2,500-3,500 each. Mr. Tegatz said that it boils down to time and money. The Selectboard is willing to spend whatever the Town wants to pay for enforcement. It is a Town Meeting issue, said Mr. Tegatz.

Following further discussion, Mr. Morrison summarized that the Selectboard would pursue more enforcement funding, and explore other resources.

The Selectboard thanked the VSP for coming.

INTERVIEW CHRISTINE COWART, REAPPOINTMENT TO THE TRAILS COMMITTEE, FOR TERM ENDING APRIL 30, 2019
The Selectboard reviewed the candidate’s qualifications.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to reappoint Christine Cowart to the Trails Committee for a term ending April 30 2019.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

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CHRIS & SUSANNE DAVIS—SITE CHANGES TO THOMPSON’S POINT LOT 211 AT 349 LANE’S LANE
MOTION by Ms. Spear, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to approve a request by Chris and Susanne Davis, for site changes to Thompson’s Point Lot 211, located at 349 Lane’s Lane, based on a letter, dated 04/17/2017, and draft site plan, C-1.0, modified 04/19//2017, submitted to the Charlotte Zoning Administrator; approval subject to a site visit by the Charlotte Tree Warden regarding any tree issues and Steve Williams to confirm that there are no issues/problems with the wastewater system. DISCUSSION:

Mr. Ladue asked for a brief narrative of the proposal. Mr. Morrison explained that the plans included driveway fill, a split rail fence, planting cedar trees, a blue stone walkway, and landscape work. Buckthorn trees will be removed from the hedge, said Mr. Morrison.

VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

Mr. Bloch said that staff would contact the Tree Warden and Steve Williams.

DAVID MARSHALL—LANE’S LANE AND THOMPSON’S POINT WASTEWATER SYSTEM
Mr. Morrison briefly reviewed that the main purpose is to have the 7 Lane’s Lane properties tie into the Thompson’s Point wastewater mound system. Winslow Ladue had commented at the 2017 Town Meeting regarding the capacity of the Town system to accept 7 more properties. Waste should not be going into Lake Champlain, said Mr. Morrison.

Chris Galipiau, system engineer, explained that the 1993 Thompson’s Point discharge permit included a lease agreement with the Lane’s Lane year round residents to maintain on-site septics until the leaseholders sold the camps, which then would revert to seasonal. The Town mound system and infrastructure are designed to handle Lane’s Lane. Some of the camps have changed ownership. A force main is not installed yet. A question is at what point the Town will ask the camps to connect. He has talked to Brian Harrington, SOV permit contact regarding the permit and capacity design. The switch boxes are in place so seasonal leaseholds can connect to the mound system, and then in winter the year round residents can switch back to on-site septics when the Town system shuts down, said Mr. Galipiau.

Mr. Bloch said that currently Lane’s Lane Lots 201-207/208 are exempt and are in the appendix of lots to connect. The Selectboard approval is needed to amend the ordinance, said Mr. Bloch.

Robert Mack asked if the design flows are known with, or without the camps. Mr. Galipiau replied that the daily design flows have never been met. July 4th is the peak use period. The State looks at per day flows, and the Town takes readings once per week. There has been a reduction in the flows, said Mr. Galipiau.

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Mr. Ladue said that he spoke with Mr. Harrington regarding the design flows. There was one time when the flows did meet or exceed design flows. When he was on the Selectboard it was explained that this system has no safety designs since it is a seasonal system. Why is the Town adding the Lane’s Lane camps. It is better to put a force main in the Village center where there is a commercial district versus the seasonal areas. Individuals with their own water and septic are responsible to pay for replacement if those systems fail. Regarding the “no cost to the Town” statement; even if funds are borrowed at zero interest there is still a cost to Town, said Mr. Ladue.

Mr. Galipiau explained that safety is built into the system and the original permit speaks to that. The state required that the system is designed for all the camps including Lane’s Lane. In 1993 a main and replacement mounds were a requirement. In 2007 the state changed the septic rules and replacement mounds were no longer required. The original permit is the best fit. There were camps with failing systems. He did not know if there are failing systems on, or not. There are water wells 5’-10’ within those closed systems and that is a concern, said Mr. Galipiau. Mr. Ladue said that there is 20’-100’ of blue clay in that area. The public health risk is small absent some abnormal situation. We don’t know if there is a problem, said Mr. Ladue.

Mr. Galipiau said that the Town would have some responsibility for failed systems since the Town is the landowner. He has given Lane’s Lane a minimal visual observation in the last 12 months, said Mr. Galipiau. Mr. Ladue suggested the Selectboard Chair could tell the camp owner that they can’t be at camp until the problem is fixed if a system failed.

John Kerr, Lot 202, Lane’s Lane, said that he uses an on-site system May – September and every 5 years 500 gallons are pumped out. His system doesn’t see heavy use. To raise the lease fee to pay for a force main is unfair. Lake shore property values have dropped since 2003. He wants to know the cost, said Mr. Kerr.

Bob Stein, Lot 201, Lane’s Lane, stated that his system is OK. He is concerned, and questions the cost to put in a force main and what it costs to tie in when his system fails, said Mr. Stein. Mr. Galipiau explained that the cost is minimal to put in 2” force main with switch boxes so that camps that have to connect can. Mr. Stine suggested consider constructing the force main and wait to hook up when the on-site systems fail. He is not speaking for his neighbors, said Mr. Stein.

Mr. Galipiau explained solution requirements for a “best fit” fix for failed systems. Steve Williams, Thompson’s Point Wastewater manager, said that the Town has the tanks located at the treatment facility that the Town has purchased.

Mr. Bloch clarified that the original permit has an allowance for additional bedrooms, however, the ordinance is clear that no extra increase in bedrooms are allowed. There are other limitations as well, said Mr. Bloch.

SUGGESTED TASKS:

Conduct a test of the on-site systems for the short term

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Identify the cost of the force main construction Staff to secure an estimate for a single hook up The design for a sample hookup

Mr. Ladue suggested conducting a trend analysis of flows over the last 20 years, and if existing use is increasing, or not.

Mr. Williams explained that there are state of the art water meters that were installed 3-4 years ago and tolerances are tight versus from 10 years ago. Mr. Galipiau said that in 2016 the highest flow occurred the 2nd week of August at 10,000 gpd, as a reference.

There was discussion regarding requirement for hook up to the mound system when the camps were sold; the Lesprence camp has a newer on-site system and can use that until it is sold; and conduct a study and price out the force main installation and then amend the ordinance to allow/require hookups.

Mr. Galipiau said that as per Brian Harrington the Town doesn’t need to update or amend the permit.

The Selectboard thanked the participants.

CHARLOTTE PARK & WILDLIFE REFUGE REQUEST TO SUBMIT A VAOT 19 VSA §1111 PERMIT APPLICATION TO ALLOW THE CHARLOTTE ROAD COMMISSIONER TO MOW WITHIN THE ROUTE 7 RIGHT-OF-WAY ADJACENT TO THE PARK AND THE GALBREATH PARCEL TO CONTROL WILD PARSNIP. GRANT AGREEMENT FOR VERMONT WATERSHED GRANT PROGRAM—FOR STABILIZATION OF GULLY EROSION

Mr. Bloch reviewed that the Town received a permit to mow the Route 7 right-of-way adjacent to the park 2 years ago and it needs to be renewed, said Mr. Bloch.

MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Ms. Spear, to submit a VAOT 19 VSA §1111 permit application to allow the Charlotte Road Commissioner to mow within the Route 7 Right-of-way adjacent to the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge as prepared by the Charlotte Town Administrator, and to authorize the Charlotte Selectboard Chair to sign the owners/applicant section of the VAOT State Highway Access and Work permit for work to begin July 1, 2017.
DISCUSSION:
Mr. Bloch suggested mowing the Galbreath parcel on the east side of Route 7 parcel, which is not included in the budget.
VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

Mr. Bloch said that a $2,750 Vermont Watershed grant was received that does not require a Town match. Ms. Cole reported that the Lewis Creek Association has granted $425 to the Park Committee, which covers the cost of construction oversight.

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MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Mr. Tegatz, for the Town of Charlotte to accept a Vermont Watershed grant, WSG 17-8, and to authorize the Co-chair of the Charlotte Park and Wildlife Refuge, Jenny Cole, to sign and accept the grant as a sub-recipient on behalf of the Town of Charlotte.

VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

REAPPOINT CALI GRISWOLD AS ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER FOR A TERM ENDING APRIL 30, 2018
MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Ms. Spear, to reappoint Cali Griswold as the Charlotte Animal Control Officer for a term ending April 30, 2018. DISCUSSION:

Mr. Lewis asked if the title had been changed to Dog Control Officer. He is called for loose and dead animals, stated Mr. Lewis. Mr. Bloch said that the ordinance says ‘dogs’. The term “Animal Control Officer” is a common term under state statutes, said Mr. Bloch.

Mr. Lewis suggested that “Animal” should be changed to “Canines”. VOTE 5 ayes; motion carried.

APPROVE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT AND RELATED SERVICES FOR TOWN OFFICE
Mr. Morrison reported that Troy Touris, the Town IT person, is leaving. The proposal is to release an RFP at an hourly rate for IT support.

Mr. Bloch reviewed three changes to the RFP: the deadline of May 18th has been redrafted to June 8, 2017, opening proposals will occur on June 12, 2017, and May 18th for the site visit.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Ms. Spear, to approve a Request for Proposals for Computer Network support and related services for the Town Office as amended.
VOTE 5 ayes; motion carried.

SELECTBOARD UPDATES
Bond application for pumper fire truck

Mr. Bloch reviewed that a draft bond application deadline is Monday, May 15, 2017, for the CVFRS pumper truck. The Bond Bank reviews requests on May 15th, and if acceptable then the application goes to the Selectboard for approval. Once quotes are received the Town can modify the bond amount. It looks like the truck will be paid for up front and a performance bond is an option, explained Mr. Bloch.

Mr. Tegatz said that the bond is $625,000 and if the price comes in below that the bond could be paid down.

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MOTION by Mr. Tenney, seconded by Mr. Krasnow, to approve a release of Bond application for $625,000 for a pumper truck, and to authorize the Charlotte Selectboard Chair to sign the document on behalf of the Town of Charlotte. DISCUSSION:

Ms. Spear asked who is filling out the application. Mr. Bloch replied that he started filling it out and once the Fire Department adds information he will complete it. VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

Pay for Beach Attendants

Mr. Morrison said that Nicole is hiring 6 Beach Attendants with a 7th as a back up. A Palmer Analysis is done. It is suggested to start the new hires at Step 0-1, Grade 2, and Step 2 for returning hires with a pay grid effective July 1, 2017. The recommended pay is in accordance with new FY2018 pay schedule, which addresses Christina Booher’s concerns. The first year hires will not, said Mr. Morrison.

Consensus of the Selectboard that a motion was not required, and that returning hires from last summer would start at Step 1 at the FY2017 pay rate, and on July 1, 2017, would move up to Step 2 at the FY2018 pay grid . New hires stay at Step 0 at FY2017 and at July 1, 2017 receive a COLA increase.

Ms. Spear reported that Green UP Day was successful.

Mr. Bloch reported that 3 individuals and 1 Planning Commission member have expressed interest in the West Village Wastewater Committee. Interviews can be added to the next Selectboard agenda, suggested Mr. Bloch.

Mr. Tegatz reported that he has not heard back from the Energy Committee regarding the Senior Center oil tank issue.

Mr. Bloch reported that the Edgewater Center, LLC court dates are June 20, or 21. The Arthaud mediation will be rescheduled.

Mr. Bloch reported that Dick Hoskins, VTrans, will look at the Ferry Road railroad crossing.

Mr. Bloch reported that the Thompson’s Point Leaseholders Association has requested installation of speed bumps where the paved road turns to gravel. Mr. Krasnow asked staff to put it on the Selectboard agenda and to schedule a site visit.

MINUTES: April 6, April 24
MOTION by Mr. Krasnow, seconded by Ms. Spear, to approve the Charlotte Selectboard minutes of 04/06/2017 as written.
VOTE: 3 ayes, 2 abstentions (Mr. Tegatz, Mr. Tenney); motion carried.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Mr. Tenney, to approve the Charlotte Selectboard minutes of 04/20/2017 as written.

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CHARLOTTE SELECTBOARD 05/08/2017 PAGE 11 VOTE: 4 ayes, 1 abstention (Mr. Krasnow); motion carried.

MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Mr. Tenney, to approve the Charlotte Selectboard minutes of 04/28/2017 as written.
VOTE: 3 ayes, 2 abstentions (Mr. Krasnow, Ms. Spear); motion carried.

APPROVE WARRANTS TO PAY BILLS

The Selectboard members reviewed and signed warrants to pay bills.

ADJOURNMENT
MOTION by Mr. Tegatz, seconded by Ms. Spear, to adjourn the meeting. VOTE: 5 ayes; motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 9:33 p.m.
Minutes respectfully submitted, Kathlyn L. Furr, Recording Secretary. 

Episode Number: 
047
Original Airdate: 
Tuesday, May 9, 2017

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