AGENDA for the ISLAND MEETINGS
Location: Frye Island Community Center
Saturday July 3, 2004

           Registration & Coffee                                                                   8:00 AM

A.    Stockholders of Frye Island Incorporated

B.    Members of the Board of Island Trustees

C.    Residents of the Town of Frye Island
 

                                              I.     Town of Frye Island Annual Meeting                  9:00 AM

 

  1. Meeting called to order.
  2. Warrant Article #1 (T).  To vote by written ballot to choose a moderator to preside at said meeting.
  3. Motion (T).  To adopt the following procedures for this meeting

1.     Utilize the Maine Moderator's Manual in the conduct of business,

2.     Follow the guidelines established by MMA for Town Meetings & Elections,

3.     Incorporate the vote of the Board of Island Trustees into the Town Meeting flow of business when appropriate, and

4.     Limit the discussion of any person to no more than 3 minutes per issue.

  1. Warrant Article #2 (T) To vote by written ballot to elect one person to a three year term as Selectman.

Names in Nomination

Robert Roberts

  1. Warrant Article #3 (T) To vote by written ballot to elect one person to a three year term as School Administration District #6 Board Member

Names in Nomination

Oleg Svetlichny

  1. Motion (BIT) To vote by written ballot to elect one person to a three year term to the Board of Island Trustees Executive Committee.

Names in Nomination

Bruce Nisula

Richard Giggey

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Recess Town Meeting

AGENDA

FRYE ISLAND INCORPORATED STOCKHOLDERS MEETING

SATURDAY, JULY 3, 2004

FRYE ISLAND COMMUNITY CENTER

 

1.) Call to order by President Nancy Fournier

 

2.) Property Transfer Motions

 

To authorize the Board of Directors of the Corporation to offer to convey the Marina and Quail Circle Canal, and all Marina related improvements and assets of the Corporation to the Town of Frye Island, including without limitation, all docks, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record.

 

To authorize the Board of Directors of the Corporation to offer to convey the Frye Island Golf Course, and all Golf Course related improvements and assets of the Corporation to the Town of Frye Island including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and land described as “Running Hills Golf Course” on the Town of Frye Island Land Use Map dated September 1, 2003, (edited 09-05-03) subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record. (Includes undeveloped nine holes.)

 

To authorize the Board of Directors of the Corporation to offer to convey Lot # 1 and the building currently being used as the Town of Frye Island Administrative Offices including the adjacent land identified as “Water Oriented Commercial” on the Town of Frye Island Land Use Map Dated September 1, 2003 (Edited 09-05-03) and all related improvements and assets of the Corporation to the Town of Frye Island including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record.

 

To authorize the Board of Directors of the Corporation to offer to convey Lot # 2 and the building currently being used as the Town of Frye Island Post Office and all related improvements and assets of the Corporation to the Town of Frye Island including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record.

 

3.) Motion to accept past actions of the Stockholders and the Board of Directors

 

Move that the corporation ratify and affirm those acts taken on its behalf by the stockholders and Directors for the years beginning on October 12th 2003 through July 4th 2004.

 

4.) Other Motions from the Floor

 

5.) Election of Board of Directors

 

 

            a.) Call for nominations

Names in Nomination

Atkinson, Jackie

Babineau, Diane

Fournier, Nancy

Giggey, Richard

Hommel, Carl

Norris, Richard

Perry, Philip

Potts, Joseph

Roberts, Jan

 

            b.) Statements by the nominees

           

            c.) Elections

 

6.) Recess while votes are tallied

 

7.) Resume Meeting and Announcement of Results of Election

 

8.) Drawing of Raffle

 

9.) Adjournment

 


IV RECONVENE TOWN MEETING

Article 4:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize and direct the Selectmen and Treasurer, at their discretion, to sell by sealed bid or public auction and convey by quit-claim deed, any real estate acquired from tax sources by the Town, or to convey the property to the prior owner upon payment in full of all taxes, interest and charges incurred by the Town.  Selectmen reserve the right to reject any and all bids.

Article 5:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town and any of the Town’s departments, to accept gifts, real estate, donations, and other funds, including trust funds that may be given or left to the Town, and to grant the Selectmen the further authority to expend such sums of money as they deem necessary from these donations or for their designated purposes.  These expenditures may be reflected outside of the Town’s approved budget.

Article 6:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer to accept and expend, on behalf of the Town, any Federal or State funds received on the form of grants during its fiscal year.

Article 7:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen to expend such sums of money as they deem necessary from the Capital Reserve accounts for their designated purposes.  These expenditures may be reflected outside of the Town’s approved budget.

Article 8:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize the selectmen, on behalf of the Town, to take whatever actions are necessary for the Town to become a member of the Maine Municipal Association Property and Casualty Pool Program, including but not limited to the execution of any contract required for such membership and the payment of any required fees or charges. The authority granted herein shall be continued. 

Article 9:  To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Board of Selectmen, on behalf of the Town, to join with other participating municipal and quasi-municipal employers to group self –insure for the provision of Workers Compensation benefits, as authorized by 39A MRSA Sec 403, said group to be known as the “Maine Municipal Association Workers Compensation Fund” (Fund); and for that purpose and in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements among the participating employers, to authorize the Board of Selectmen to enter into a Fund Indemnity agreement on behalf of the Town and take whatever other actions may be necessary. The authority granted herein shall continue until revoked.

 

Article 10: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Treasurer and the Board of Selectman, on behalf of the Town, to borrow an amount not to exceed $500,000 to finance a portion of the costs (including soft costs and legal and other professional fees) for improvements and upgrades to the Frye Island water distribution system, and to issue the Town’s general obligation bonds and notes in anticipation thereof, for a term of not greater than twenty-one (21) years at an interest rate not to exceed 6.50%, with such other terms and conditions, including provisions for early redemption or prepayment, as may be approved by the Treasurer, and to further authorize the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town, to take any and all other action and to sign such other documents and certificates as may be necessary or convenient to accomplish such borrowing.

 

TREASURER’S CERTIFICATE

The undersigned Treasurer of the Town of Frye Island hereby certifies that:

1.         The total amount of general obligation indebtedness of the Town of Frye Island currently outstanding is $-0-

2.         The total amount of general obligation indebtedness of the Town of Frye Island authorized, but unissued is $-0-.

3.         The total amount of general obligation indebtedness of the Town of Frye Island contemplated to be incurred if the question authorizing issuance of such indebtedness is ratified is not in excess of $500,000.00.

4.         The anticipated maximum interest rate on the debt is 4.50%.  Assuming the issuance of the full $500,000 of debt to be authorized, level principal payments over a twenty-one (21) year term and an interest rate of 4.50%, the interest cost associated with the borrowing would be $273,786, which would result in a total cost of principal and interest to be paid at maturity of $773,786.

The foregoing represents an estimate of costs associated with the financing and such estimates will change due to market conditions.  The validity of the voters’ ratification of the note shall not be affected by any errors in the foregoing estimates.  The ratification by the voters is nevertheless conclusive and the validity of the note issue is not affected by reason of any variance of actual costs from the estimates provided hereinabove.

                                                                                                ___________________________

                                                                                                Treasurer

                                                                                                Town of Frye Island

 

 

Article 11:To see if the town will vote to approve the Transfer Station Fee Schedule as recommended by the Board of Selectmen and attached herein as appendix A. If approved, the effective date of implementation will be January 1, 2005.

Article 12: To see if the town will vote to approve the ordinance known as the Building Permit Ordinance as recommended by the Board of Selectmen and attached herein as appendix B. If approved, the effective date of implementation will be January 1, 2005.

Article 13:To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town and any of the Town’s departments, to accept the Marina and Quail Circle Canal, and all Marina related improvements and assets of Frye Island Inc., including without limitation, all docks, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record if so offered by the Stockholders of Frye Island Inc.

Article 14:      To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town and any of the Town’s departments, to accept the Frye Island Golf Course, and all Golf Course related improvement and assets of Frye Island Inc. including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and land described as “Running Hills Golf Course” on the Town of Frye Island Land  Use Map dated September 1, 2003, (edited 09-05-03) subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of  record, (including the undeveloped nine holes) if so offered by the Stockholders of Frye Island Inc.

Article 15:      To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town and any of the Town’s departments, to accept Lot # 1 and the building currently being used as the Town of Frye Island Administrative Offices including the adjacent land identified as “Water Oriented Commercial” on the Town of Frye Island Land Use Map dated September 1, 2003 (edited 09-05-03) and all related improvements and assets of Frye Island Inc. including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and rights of record. if so offered by the Stockholders of Frye Island Inc

Article 16:      To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen and the Treasurer, on behalf of the Town and any of the Town’s departments, to accept Lot # 2 and the building currently being used as the Town of Frye Island Post Office and all related improvements and assets of Frye Island Inc to the Town of Frye Island including without limitation, all associated equipment, facilities and property, subject to all restrictions, easements and right of record if so offered by the Stockholders of Frye Island Inc

 


 

Appendix A

TOWN OF FRYE ISLAND

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT

TRANSFER STATION

FEE STRUCTURE

 

        BAGGED HOUSEHOLD TRASH

NO CHARGE

       CORRUGATED CARDBOARD

NO CHARGE

        RECYCLABLES, #2 PLASTIC, GLASS, CANS,         NEWSPAPER

NO CHARGE

 

 

        DEMOLITION DEBRIS: DEMO-DEBRIS INCLUDES SHEET

         ROCK, ASPHALT SHINGLES, MASONRY DEBRIS,LUMBER,   

         PLYWOOD, PRESSURE TREATED LUMBER, PARTICLE         BOARD, ETC

$30.00 PER CUBIC YARD

 

 

        FULL SIZE PICKUP BED (FULL) IS 2 CU. YARDS

$60.00

        ECONOMY SIZE PICKUP / SHORT BED 1.25 CU. YDS

$40.00

        MINIMUM CHARGE

$5.00

        TWIN MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING

$6.00 / EA.

        FULL, QUEEN, KING, MATTRESS OR BOX SPRING

$9.00 / EA.

        LAWN/LOUNGE CHAIR (AVOID CHARGE BY

         SEPARATING NONMETAL AND CUTTING OFF WEBBING)

 

$1.00 / MIN.

        TV 16 – 19”

$15.00 / EA.

        TV LARGER THAN 19”

$30.00 / EA.

        LARGE COUCH

$22.00 / EA.

        LOVE SEAT OR SHORT SOFA

$17.00 / EA.

        STUFFED CHAIR OR RECLINER

$10.00 / EA.

        STEREO COMPONENT/TURNTABLE,FURNITURE,

         DRESSERS

 

$5.00 / EA.

        REFRIGERATORS & FREEZERS (DOORS MUST

        BE REMOVED). DEHUMIDIFIERS & AIR                

        CONDITIONERS. (INCLUDES FEE TO REMOVE       

        AND DISPOSE OF REFRIGERANT)

 

$25.00 / EA.

        WASTE OIL / ANTIFREEZE (NO CONTAINERS

        LARGERTHAN 5 GALLONS ALLOWED)

 

$1.00 / GAL.

        FLUORESCENT BULBS

$0.15 PER FT.

        MERCURY, THERMOMETERS, THERMOSTATS,

        BILGESWITCHES, ETC.

MARKET COST

        PROPANE TANKS 20#

$10.00

        LARGE PROPANE TANKS (GREATER THAN 20 #)

$20.00 / EA.

        SCRAP METALS (MUST BE STRIPED OF NON- 

        METAL PARTS)

 

$1.00 / EA.

        WHITE GOODS

$5.00 / EA.

        PAINT, PESTICIDES,HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS

        MATERIALS

 

MARKET COST.

 

 

        BRUSH PER PICKUP TRUCK LOAD

        NO LOADS LARGER THAN ONE TON TRUCKS

        NO WOOD LONGER THAN 4 FEET

        NO WOOD LARGER THAN 6 INCH DIAMETER

 

 

 

$5.00

 

 


Appendix B

 

 

BUILDING PERMIT ORDINANCE

 

TITLE:

This Ordinance shall be known as and may be cited as "Ordinance to provide

Sanitary Facilities and Regulate the Disposal of Construction Waste in the Town

of Frye Island, Maine, providing Penalties for Violation Thereof," and shall be

referred to as "this chapter."

 

PURPOSE:

The purpose of this Ordinance is to protect the health, safety, and well-being of

the citizens of Frye Island by the utilization of Sanitary Facilities and Construction

Waste Disposal within the Town of Frye Island.

 

SANITARY FACILITIES:

Self-contained Temporary Toilets shall be provided and maintained by the property

owner or contractor at all construction sites where permanent sanitary facilities do

not exist.  These facilities shall comply with any and all state regulations and health

codes for the type, number, location, operation, and maintenance of facilities.

 

     1.  Toilets shall be enclosed, weather-tight, chemical holding tank type for the

          use of all construction personnel.

 

     2.  Sanitary facilities shall be maintained in good condition and repair and

          properly serviced.

 

     3.  Temporary facilities shall be removed within two weeks after completion of

          construction.

 

DISPOSAL OF WASTE:

Dumpsters or containers shall be provided by the property owner or contractor at

all construction sites for the removal of all debris, trash, and waste.

 

     1.  Dumpsters or containers shall be located on the lot where construction is

          occurring, not on right of ways or public roads.

 

     2.  Construction debris, trash, brush, logs, stumps, or waste materials may not be

          disposed of at Town of Frye Island Transfer Station by hired contractors, and         

          the owner or contractor  is responsible for deposit at an outside licensed

          facility.

 

    

     3.  Burying or burning of debris or waste materials will not be permitted within

          the Town of Frye Island.

 

    

      4.  Washing debris or waste materials into waterways or outside of lot

          boundaries shall not be permitted.

 

     5.  When dumpsters or containers are full they shall be removed within one week.

 

VIOLATIONS AND PENALTIES:

 

Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall have their

Building Permit revoked until violations are corrected, and the Town shall have

all other powers of enforcement at the expense of the lot owner.

 

ENFORCEMENT:

 

This Ordinance shall be enforced by the Town of Frye Island Code Enforcement

Officer. This ordinance will become effective on January 1st 2005.