- The two RSA 79-D Discretionary Preservation Easements were approved after a brief public hearing.
- A "gravel tax" was imposed per statute on a local business. Per RSA 72-B:1: " An excavation tax shall be assessed upon the excavation of earth against an owner as defined in RSA 72-B:2, VIII. Such tax shall be assessed at the rate of $.02 per cubic yard of earth excavated. "
- The charitable exemption for Camp Quinibarge owner Carbonfund.org was tabled pending some additional information about the camp.
- Surplus items were approved for sale and instead of hanging on to dozens of pieces of useless computer equipment no one bid on until next year, it was agreed to dispose of it.
- I was appointed by the BoS as a delegate to the Lakes Region Planning Commission. The opening was due to the resignation of Herb Farnham.
- The BoS now have formal rules of procedure. The public will probably not notice any change in the meetings. The BoS have not really ever had a formal document codifying how they will work together so this is a good thing.
- A contract was awarded for a total compensation study for town employees.
- The code of conduct ordinance and process ( approved at 2014 Town Meeting) for town employees and officers was approved. It is effective July 1st 2014.
- Funding was approved after a bit of discussion for the Village Vision Committee to expend up to $5,000 for a survey to taxpayers and residents.
Friday, June 6, 2014
Moultonboro Selectmen Meeting June 5th 2014 Highlights
Seemed like the meeting that would never end.