MINUTES OF THE SELECTMENíS MEETING AND
BOARD OF ISLAND TRUSTEES EXECUTIVE
TOWN OF FRYE
JULY 22, 2000
The location of the meeting was at the Community Center at Frye Island, Maine
Conrad Theberge, Frye Island Town Clerk, called the
meeting to order at 2:01PM
Selectmen: James Kuiken, John
Crosby, Joseph Potts and Richard Roedner Town Manager
Executive Committee Members: Mark Thomas, Pat Karpacz, David Decker and Richard Giggey
Gately, Bud Faulk, Carl Hommel, Fritz Mueller, Oleg Svetlichny, Robert Hannah,
David Treacy, Laura Crosby, Marge Hommel, Christa Mueller, Hal Pierce, Lorraine
Wrzesinsky, Ernest Wrzesinsky, Donald Nolen, Norris, John Nun, Paul Bourque,
Robert Noble, Steve Comley, Diane Babineau and William Leighton.
Major Walter Slocum of Cumberland County Sheriffs Dept. spoke about the
Golf Cart Ordinance. He indicated
according to state law Title 29 that individuals under the age of 15 were not
allowed to operate a golf cart according to law.
He will be looking for opinions from The Counties District Attorneys and
The State Attorney General. The
following titles are implicated in the age requirement.
Titles 30, Title12, and Title 17A.
Robert Hannah gave a report on the comprehensive plan.
He discussed set backs, accessory buildings, and corner lots.
His discussion was also on SAD#6, affordable housing, and ferries.
He also asked for any member of the Board of Selectmen to attend these
Motion 31-2000 Joseph
Potts made a motion to accept June 17, 2000 minutes. Patricia Karpacz seconds
the motion. Unanimous
Motion 32-2000 Patricia Karpacz made a motion to accept Town Meeting
minutes July 1, 2000. Joseph Potts
second this motion. Unanimous
Elections of Leadership Positions:
Motion 33-2000 Joseph
Potts made a motion to elect James Kuiken as First Selectmen.
John Crosby second this motion. Unanimous
Motion 34-2000 John
Crosby made a motion to elect Patricia Karpacz as Chairperson of the Board of
Island Trustees Executive Committee. Mark
Thomas second the motion. David
Decker moved that nominations be closed and Mark Thomas second.
Motion 35-2000 Joseph
Potts made a motion to elect Richard Giggey as Secretary to the Board of Island
Trustees Executive Committee. John
Crosby second this motion. John
Crosby moved that nominations be closed and David Decker second.
Petitions and Communications:
Svetlichny brought up issues for the selectmen to deal with in the future.
∑ The ownership of the water system
∑ Frye Island Incorporated should sell the remaining assets to the town.
∑ The Selectmen should establish an Email Policy.
∑ The Selectmen should set a procedure for establishing seating at the head table during the Town Meeting.
Wrzesinsky asked for the Selectmen to consider the following issues.
∑ Maintenance of Leisure Lane to get rid of pot holes.
∑ Harbor Road needs maintenance.
Motion 36-2000 James Kuiken made a motion to appoint Rich Roedner, Town Manager, as
Emergency Coordinator. Patricia
Karpacz second this motion. Unanimous
Tax Acquired Properties ordinance will be placed on a Warrant for Town
Meeting in October 2000.
Solid Waste (Littering) ordinance will be placed on a Warrant for Town
Meeting in October 2000
Noise (quiet hours) ordinance tabled to Selectmenís meeting August 19,
Selectmen and the Board of Island
Trustees Executive Committee approved the following meeting schedule for August,
September, and October.
August19, 2000 at 2:00PM
September 16, 2000 at 2:00PM
September 23, 2000 at 2:00PM
Year 2001 Budget Public Hearing Meeting:
26, 2000 at 2:00PM
October 7, 2000 at 9:00AM
Motion 37-2000 John Crosby made a motion to reject bid from Lakes
Region Property Management Co. Inc. because the bid didnít meet specs of the
proposal. Mark Thomas second the
Motion 38-2000 Mark Thomas moved to accept the bid from Island
Cottage Maintenance. Patricia
Karpacz second the motion. (6) In favor and (1) abstention.
Motion 39-2000 Mark Thomas made a motion to award bid to Perham
Contracting for replacing windows at the Community Center.
Payment to be made from reserves. Patricia
Karpacz second this motion. Unanimous
Motion 40-2000 Dave Decker made a motion to appoint Barbara Aranyi as a member of the
Appeals Board for three years and Patricia Karpacz second this motion.
Motion 41-2000 John
Crosby made a motion to appoint Ernest Wrzesinsky as an alternate to the Appeals
Board for a three-year term. Mark
Thomas second the motion. Unanimous
42-2000 Joseph Potts made a motion to appoint David Treacy to a three-year
term on the Planning Board and to appoint Oleg Svetlichny, and Patti Meyer as
Alternates to a three-year term to the Planning Board. Unanimous
Motion 43-2000 Dave Decker made a motion to approve a bonus of $1000.00 to Conrad
Theberge for extraordinary work during vacancies. John Crosby second the motion. Unanimous
Motion 44-2000 James Kuiken made a motion to appoint the Town Manager as Welfare
Director. Joseph Potts second the
Motion 45-2000 John Crosby made a motion to approve a fee of $60.00 for Flood Plan
Management Ordinance. James Kuiken
second the motion. Unanimous
Motion 46-2000 Joseph Potts made a motion that the Town of Frye Island office should
provide a key to the front door of the Mail & Parcel Depot to any Frye
Island Property owner that has a need. A
$10.00 deposit for the key would be collected from the property owner when the
key is handed out. This deposit
would be returned when the key is returned to the Town Office.
Seconded by Richard Giggey.
Giggey made an amendment to this motion that the $10.00 fee be non-refundable. The amendment was seconded by Joseph Potts.
The amendment was passed by a vote of 5 in favor and 2 opposed.
The motion was passed 5 in favor and 2 opposed.
Motion 47-2000 Joseph Potts made a motion to empower the Town Manager to give one ferry
ticket to each member of the Comprehensive Planning Committee for each meeting a
member attends; ticket distribution to be done after approved Committee minutes
are received. James Kuiken second
the motion. Two were opposed and
one abstention. Motion failed
Motion 48-2000 Richard
Giggey made motion to adjourn at 5:45PM. Joseph
Potts second this motion. Unanimous