MINUTES OF THE SELECTMEN'S MEETING
WITH BIT PARTICIPATION
TOWN OF FRYE ISLAND
OCTOBER 26, 2002
The location of the meeting was the Administration Building, Town of Frye Island
The meeting was called to order at 9:05 AM by James Kuiken
Selectmen: James L. Kuiken, John Crosby, Robert Roberts
BIT: Grace Morin
Town Manager: Wayne Fournier
Signed Check Warrant
Motion to accept the minutes of the October 19, 2002 Selectmen's Meeting made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous
Lot 3 - The original owners have been located and a letter to abutters asking to lift deed restriction of residential only has been sent
Lots 43 & 44 - Letter from CEO, Bill Foye, sent to Carmen Byrnes stating the Town of Frye Island does not give permission to divide Lots 43 & 44 and why
Lots 1545 & 1907 - A registered letter has been sent to Bernard Pender with no response
Ferry Haul Out Facility - Atlantic Mechanical, Inc. has been asked to send Performance & Payment Bond along with Certificate of Insurance. Work to begin the 1st week of November on the Winch House
Motion to hire Tom Capobianco as Clerk of the Works for the Ferry Haul Out Facility with Wayne Fournier to handle compensation and scheduling made by John Crosby and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous
Received a letter from Eric Bedell, co-owner of Lot 501, concerning the path created thru the Recreation Area. The Town of Frye Island has signed a letter of agreement with Lois and Dave Treacy, co-owners of Lot 501, which allows a path and a right of way for emergency equipment to be created thru the Recreation Area. If the Bedell's and Treacy's are going to renege on this agreement, the Town of Frye Island will build a path behind the Old Rec Hall as originally planned.
Replace the Clock at the Mainland Ferry Terminal. This is the clock that is be used to determine the actual time for Ferry Operations.
Discussed Personnel Policy - will have to work on policy and get it instituted as soon as possible.
Motion to adjourn at 10:15 AM made by James Kuiken and seconded by John Crosby - Unanimous
James L. Kuiken