MINUTES OF SPECIAL SELECTMEN'S MEETING

WITH BIT PARTICIPATION

 

TOWN OF FRYE ISLAND

AUGUST 23, 2003

 

The location of the meeting was the Community Center, Town of Frye Island

The meeting was called to order at 9:02 AM by James Kuiken

Selectmen: James L. Kuiken, Robert Roberts, Dave Decker
BIT: Pat Karpacz, Dick Giggey, Grace Morin, Jim O'Connor
Treasurer: Carl Hommel
Town Manager: Wayne Fournier

PUBLIC HEARING - IMPACT FEE ORDINANCE

The Impact Fee Ordinance of the Town of Frye Island was presented to the public for comments.

  1. Define the word development as dwelling unit, additions to dwelling unit, and commercial buildings

  2. Selectmen to present a schedule of values of improvements required for new growth and arrive at a dollar figure for impact fee.

  3. Impact Fee Ordinance and dollar amount will be ready for October, 2003 Town Meeting.

Motion to recess Selectmen's Meeting until finish of FII Meeting made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Reconvene Selectmen's Meeting.

Motion to accept the minutes of the July 19, 2003 Selectmen's Meeting made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Motion to accept the minutes of the July 24, 2003 Special Selectmen's Meeting made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Motion to accept the minutes of the August 2, 2003 Special Selectmen's Meeting made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

JULY FINANCIAL REPORTS:

Ferry receipts are above average - question came up of contractors using blue ferry tickets. Wayne to tell ferry crews that contractors must use green or red  tickets.

GOLF COMMITTEE:

Golf Committee to have annual meeting on August 31, 2003.

MARINA COMMITTEE:

Marina committee to have meeting on August 31, 2003.

RECREATION COMMISSION:

Recreation Committee to have meeting August 29, 2003. Ann Charrette is Chairman for 2004.

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS FROM THE PUBLIC:

Carl Hommel asked if Septic System deliveries be limited to pre and post high season. Selectmen will take this comment to consideration.

OLD BUSINESS:

  1. Ferry Haul Out Facility - Letter from Town Attorney stating that a 3 week extension has been granted.
    Kleinschmidt has some sort of responsibility for facility not working properly and Town Attorney to take action.

  2. WATER SYSTEM UPDATE - Pressure relief valves have been purchased  plan to install them before closing.

  3. ADMINISTRATION BUILDING FOUNDATION - Town to formerly ask  FII to repair Administration Building and
    Community Center foundations.

Motion to expend up to $7,000.00 for bid package to repair foundation of Administration Building made Robert Roberts and seconded by James Kuiken - Unanimous

Motion to expend up to $22,000.00 for Community Center Lighting. Work to include dimmer switches for halogen wall fixtures, metal halide ceiling fixtures, and installation of owner furnished paddle fans and controller made by James  Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

LAW FORCEMENT - Wayne has just finished procedures for State Police and Criminal Justice Academy. Procedures must be submitted
and approved by state before any insurance can be issued.

NEW BUSINESS:

Motion to expend $532.00 for contract with Cumberland County Dispatch made by James Kuiken and seconded by Dave Decker - Unanimous

Motion to expend up to $2,000.00 to purchase pontoon boat from John Musorofiti made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Motion to put Emerald Pointís donation of $35,000.00 in the Ferry Reserve Fund  made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Motion to place a Building Moratorium on new dwellings and additions to existing dwelling until October 19, 2003 made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert Roberts - Unanimous

Motion to go to Executive Session made by James Kuiken and seconded by  Dave Decker - Unanimous

Returned from Executive Session - Personnel discussions in Executive Session

Motion to adjourn at 2:55 PM made by James Kuiken and seconded by Robert  Roberts - Unanimous

Respectfully submitted,
James L. Kuiken