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TOWN OF ACTON
NOVEMBER 21, 2006
1. PUBLIC FORUM:
David Cote asked if the selectmen had received the tape from the Flat Ground Road Association meeting that was promised to them. Nancy said they have not. Cote questions the legality of some of the action taken and the "stacking of multiple votes". Nancy said the usual way of voting is 1 vote per parcel of land. Pam said there are several options as to the method of assessing the the lots.
Cote asked what the status of the gravel screening was - if any other permits are needed. Nancy said they have to check with DEP relative to wetlands. Cote said that Dennis Long had given false information to MSHA. Dennis requested that statement be included in the minutes. Jim asked Dennis if he was present when the MSHA representative was at Guerdon’s pit and Dennis said he was. Cote suggested that selectmen check with MMA to see if a Code of Ethics for elected officials is available.
2. APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
3. APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF LAST MEETING:
5. OLD BUSINESS:
(B) CABLE CONTRACT:
6. NEW BUSINESS:
(A) SIGN POLICY ON FORECLOSURE:
(B) AGREEMENT WITH CREDIT CARD SERVICE:
APPOINTMENT OF BAR ALTERNATE MEMBER: On a motion by Tony, Kathy Davis was appointed as an alternate Board of Assessment Review member.
Nancy reported she attended the Eleven Town meeting last night. John Sylvester had put together a spread sheet on cost of PSAP for Acton. Current - $26,000. Projected for next year - $145,000 Projected for following year $87,000. Going with the Public Satety, cost will be about $16,225. A great savings.
8. MEETINGS: PSAP at Alfred November 30.
Eleven Towns at Waterboro January 15
OTHERS PRESENT:David Cote, Percy Lowell, Dennis Long, Pam McAlinden, Jennifer Roux, Lorraine YeatonNancy Ruma, Tony Cogliandro, Jim DriscollAdjourned at 7:30 p.m.No action.Selectmen signed a new Policy for Handling Payments on Properties Scheduled for Foreclosure.Selectmen discussed signing an agreement with a credit card service so that people may pay their taxes with major credit cards. Rod will be here December 8. Dick Foley is scheduled to see him. Approved and signed. Approved as written. Approved as written. Pam mentioned that some elderly people on her road told her they came to Town meeting and were not allowed in because they were not residents. Selectmen said to their knowledge, no one has ever been refused entry to Town Meeting.