Stacey-Horn made a motion to approve the agenda; seconded by Selectmen Winchell.
All in favor.
MINUTES OF LAST MEETING
Stacey-Horn made a motion to approve the minutes of February
15, 2023; seconded
by Selectmen Winchell. All in favor
TOWN ADMINISTRATOR WEEKLY UPDATE -
DEPARTMENT HEAD / COMMITTEE CHAIR
A. Will Langley, Road Commissioner, District 1
Langley announced that the roads would be posted either Sunday or Monday and
stay in effect until May 15, 2023. Mr. Langley will let
the Town Administrator know when done so that she can field inquiries
7. LIAISON UPDATES - None
Tom - Warrant & Finance
Committee, Transfer Station, Fire Department, Capital Improvement
Kim - Recreational Committee, School, APAT, Cemetery Committee
David - Roads & Road Committee,
Code Enforcement and Land Use, Mary Grant Committee, Conservation / Forest Committee
Policy - Tabled
Facility Assessment Updated R.F.P.
Stacey-Horn made a motion to accept the RFP from TRC; seconded by
Selectmen Winchell. All in favor.
Shore Drive Culvert - No update
D. SpecialTown Meeting Warrant -
Tabled after a brief discussion.
Mark Adams, President approached the Board to present an overview of
Sebago Technics, the services they provide and their long line of
clients. Along with Mr. Adams, present were Mr. Dan Riley, Vice
President and Mr. Chris Taylor, Sr. Project Engineer and Acton's point of
Mr. Adams ran through their many facets of services but concentrated on their
Municipal Services which were of most interest to the Town of Acton and their needs.
Items which caught the Board's attention were services around peer reviews,
Planning board support, nid process assistance and the process of costing out
one project at a time so that the board could get a good handle on budgeting
Joyce Bakshi asked about site plans, ordinance zoning and comprehensive plan
Selectmen Winchell made a motion to use Sebago Technics as Acton's engineering
firm; seconded by Selectmen Stacey-Horn. All in favor.
A question was raised from the floor about money. Discussion ensued
regarding engagement of services, turn around time, budget estimates in time
for June meeting and that when scopes are received each project can be looked
at independently and decided upon.
Krampetz presented the following bids:
EMRG - $30,000; $50/month hosting
- $27,000; $500/month hosting
Plus - $12,281; $375/month hosting
- $9,700; $158/month
- $3,500; $60/month
Krampetz recommended that the Board choose ZebraLove as it was the best price
and a locally run business from Limington, Maine.
ensued regarding website design, templates, added features, website management
and email capacity and capabilities.
Stacey-Horn made a motion to accept ZebraLove's proposal; seconded by
Selectmen Winchell. All in favor; motion carried.
March 1, 2023 Select Board
March 2, 2023 Planning Board
March 6, 2023 Capital Improvement
March 6, 2023 Warrant and Finance
March 7, 2023 Rec Committee
March 8, 2023 Board of Selectmen
March 9, 2023 Planning Board Workshop
March 13, 2023 Warrant and Finance
March 15, 2023 Select Board
March 16, 2023 Planning Board
March 18, 2023 Mary Grant
March 20, 2023 Warrant and Finance
March 22, 2023SpecialTown Meeting
March 27, 2023 Warrant and Finance
March 29, 2023 Select Board
MEMBERS PRESENT - Tom McGurty,
David Winchell Jr, Kim Stacey-Horn
ATTENDANCE - Dennis Long, Joyce Bakshi, Dan Krampetz, Will
Langley, Mark Adams, Dan Riley, Chris Taylor, Adam Doliber, Robin Ham, Rollin