8:30 a.m.Special Session
1.Pledge of Allegiance
2.Approval of minutes – August 26, 2019
3.First Selectman’s comments
5.Public Works Updates: a.Bradley Road Pedestrian Improvements Project b.Downtown Center Project.
6.Discuss and take action to approve the tentative agreement between the Town of Madison and the Teamsters Local 443, Public Works effective July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2024.
7.Discuss and take action to approve reclassifying Derek Cornwall, Youth Development Coordinator I to Youth Development Coordinator II effective July 1, 2019, Grade 6, Step 5. Mr. Cornwall has achieved the five (5) years of experience requirement of the Youth Development Coordinator II. Position is part of the Classified Plan and is funded in the budget.
8.Discuss and take action to approve reclassifying Katie Volz, Youth Development Worker to Youth Development Coordinator effective July 1, 2019, Grade 5, Step 5. Ms. Volz has achieved the two (2) years of experience requirement of the Youth Development Coordinator I. Position is part of the Classified Plan and is funded in the budget.
9.Discuss status of conversations with DEEP regarding land parcel.
10.Discuss and take action to approve an Ordinance titled “Prohibition of Use by Business Establishments of Single-Use Plastic Checkout Bags”.
11.Discuss and take action to approve the following Resolution:
RESOLVED, that the Town of Madison may enter into with and deliver to the State of Connecticut Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection, Division of Emergency Management and Homeland Security any and all documents which it deems to be necessary or appropriate; and
FURTHER RESOLVED, that Thomas J. Banisch, as First Selectman of the Town of Madison, is authorized and directed to execute and deliver any and all documents on behalf of the Town of Madison and to do and perform all acts and things which he/she deems to be necessary or appropriate to carry out the terms of such documents, including, but not limited to, executing and delivering all agreements and documents contemplated by such documents.
12.Review a drafted Ordinance pertaining to Salon Establishments in the Town of Madison.
13.Discuss and take action to approve a Public Hearing on Thursday, October 3, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. in Town Campus Room A to solicit public comment on an Ordinance pertaining to Salon Establishments in the Town of Madison.
14.Review Health Department advisory press release regarding mosquitos.
15.Discuss and take action to approve a provider for solar carports at Daniel Hand High School and Polson Middle School parking lots.
16.General Government updates: a.Strategic Plan b.Ambulance Association Operation c.Strong Field d.Waste Water Study e.Island Avenue School f.Route 1 Eminent Domain Proceedings
17.Discuss and take action to approve the resignation of Rachel Blundon from the Conservation Commission.
18.Tax Abatements / Refunds.
20.Liaison Reports/Selectmen Comments.
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