BOARD OF SELECTMEN
MONDAY – FEBRUARY 11, 2019
8:30 A.M. – ROOM A – TOWN CAMPUS
8:30 a.m.Regular Session
1.Pledge of Allegiance
2.Approval of minutes – January 28, 2019
3.First Selectman’s comments
5.Discuss and take action to approve a Proclamation honoring Joan Cerosky.
6.Presentation from LEAD students on the Bi-Annual student survey findings.
7.Discuss and take action to approve awarding the contract for the purchase of a new Type III Ambulance to New England Fire Equipment & Apparatus Corporation/PL Custom Emergency Vehicles. The total cost is $245,000; funding is budgeted in the Ambulance Vehicle Replacement account.
8.Discuss and take action to approve hiring Cristal DePietro to the position of Social Services Coordinator located within the Youth & Family department. The position is Exempt; rate of pay is Grade 6, Step 4 $50,400.61 annually. The position is budgeted, not requiring an appropriation of funds and the vacancy was created by a resignation.
9.Discuss and take action to call a Budget Public Hearing on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Auditorium of the Walter C. Polson Middle School for the purpose of a budget presentation by the Board of Selectmen and the Board of Education conducted by the Board of Finance in accordance with the Town Charter (10.5.A).
10.Discuss and take action to award the RFP for the 2019 Small Cities Community Development Program Application process for the Concord Meadows rehabilitation project.
11.Discuss and take action to authorize the First Selectman to sign an Environmental Review Record pertaining to the Concord Meadows rehabilitation project.
12.Discuss and take action to approve designating the First Selectmen as the Trustee of the Fire Pension plan.
13.Discuss and take action to approve the resignation of Travis Gulick as the Madison Hose Company #1 Liaison to the Fire Pension Committee.
14.Discuss and take action to approve the appointment of Bill Carroll as the Madison Hose Company #1 Liaison to the Fire Pension Committee.
15.Discuss and take action to approve a contract with Colliers International to provide consultation services to provide project management/owner’s representation support for the Community Center Study of the Academy School parcel.
16.Discuss and take action to approve releasing $10,000 from the Planning Reserve to fund a contract with Colliers International to provide consultation services to provide project management/owner’s representation support for the Community Center Study of the Academy School parcel.
17.Discuss and take action to adopt the Charge of the Ad-Hoc Academy School Community Center Design Committee.
18.Update on the Strategic Planning Process.
20.Liaison Reports/Selectmen Comments.
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