BOARD OF SELECTMEN
APRIL 22, 2019
8:00 P.M. – POLSON AUDITORIUM
8:00 P.M. Regular Session
1.Pledge of Allegiance
2.Approval of minutes April 8, 2019 April 10, 2019
3.First Selectman’s Comments
5.Discuss and take action to condemn (acquire by eminent domain) a portion of that certain property located at and commonly known as 703 Boston Post Road and owned by Roton Associates, LLC, pending action taken at the April 22, 2019 Special Town Meeting. The condemnation will be limited to an easement to run in favor of the Town of Madison and Eversource Energy which is necessary to complete the underground relocation of electrical wires.
6.Discuss and take action to name the name the Town of Madison’s Sustainability Team for the Sustainable CT program as follows:
Francis Pullaro (Energy & Efficiency Committee)
Woodie Weiss (Energy & Efficiency Committee)
Fran Brady (Conservation Commission)
David Anderson (Director of Planning & Economic Development)
Suzie Huminski (Madison resident – SCSU Sustainability Coordinator)
7.Discuss and Take Action to approve a Resolution to enter into a lease purchase agreement with Government Capital Corporation for the purpose of financing a 2019 Ford F550 for the Beach and Recreation department. This is part of the Capital Improvement Program.
8.Discuss and take action to approve an application for the 2019 Comprehensive DUI Enforcement Program for Municipal Police Department and to authorize the First Selectman to sign the same.
9.The following line transfers are designated as routine and appropriate for approval as a single action by the Board of Selectmen, if so desired. A board member may request removal of any line transfer item from the consent agenda for review and discussion.
Motion: To approve Line Transfers totaling $729.32.
10.Discuss and take action to approve the appointment of Scott Sandora to the Conservation Commission for a term to expire January 1, 2022.
11.Discuss and take action to approve the resignation of Tony West from the Ad-Hoc Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
12.Discuss and take action to approve the resignation of Joe LaPorta from the Shellfish Commission.
13.Update on Beach Pass System changes.
14.Discuss and take action on next steps for Academy School Community Center plan.
15.Tax Abatements / Refunds
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