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Monday, August 17, 2015 5:00 p.m.

Chairman Sheats called the meeting to order at 5:09 p.m.

Selectmen Nadeau MOVED to accept Selectmen Meeting minutes from August 10, 2015 SECOND Selectmen Matson VOTE unanimous

5:15 pm – Rebeckah Bullock, ADA Study – Chairman Sheats asked if there was any payment that the town is responsible for the ADA study if it is closed out. Ms. Bullock stated there was no payment from the Town for this study besides the ad in the newspaper announcing the public hearing. Ms. Bullock stated that all costs were covered from the grant. Selectmen Nadeau asked that if we decide to put the handicap lift in later on down the road would we need

to start this whole process over. Ms. Bullock stated yes it would have to be started over because it is a different company that gives the grant. The Selectmen want Ms. Bullock to run the ad for the public meeting for September 28, 2015 at 5:00pm in the Selectmen’s Office so that the study can be closed out.

Janet McCullough – stated there were donations made that are in the 2220 accounts for the handicap lift.

Mrs. McCullough wanted to let the Selectmen know that she did the preliminary tax rate.

Louie & Traci Piskolti canceled their meeting at 6:00 pm with the Selectmen. The Piskolti’s are meeting with their lawyer on Thursday and then they will call in with a new meeting date. Selectmen Nadeau MOVED to send letter to the Piskolti’s stating that after reviewing the RSA we are revoking the license for the gate and he needs to remove the gate. Selectmen Matson thinks that the Piskolti’s should have their chance to speak their side of the situation with the gate. Chairman Sheats thinks that we should wait till the Piskolti’s come in to make a decision. Selectmen Nadeau WITHDREW his motion until Monday, August 24, 2015.

Todd Cavadini brought in a picture of a sign that was posted on the other side of the gate on the end of Mackey Rd. The sign says: No trail residential area. End of Road Gated. Mr. Cavadini states that he agrees that a sign should be put up stating that when coming off trail you are entering a residential area so slow down.

Greg Lang gave the Selectmen some paperwork about ATV’s being allowed on the roads. It was paperwork that the town of Berlin, NH has on the ATV use on town roads.

156 Marlboro Rd Complaint – The NH-DES went out and did an inspection of the property on August 12, 2015. The NH-DES has established that the river that runs next to this property is part of the Ashuelot River and has a shoreline protection on it which means that any work being done needs to be 250 feet away from the shoreline or a permit needs to be acquired from the State. Jen at the NH-DES is going to send a letter to Patricia Hunter who owns the land but before she sends the letter she needs to know if in fact this land is buildable. The Selectmen looked at the zoning laws and also the tax map and they have stated that this is not a buildable lot.

Chairman Sheats asked what we are doing with John Syrjamaki’s final check for the sidewalk work on Granite St. Selectmen Nadeau MOVED to give John Syrjamaki his final payment SECOND Selectmen Matson VOTE 2 yes 1 opposed

Roy Bros Petition – Alissa Fox informed the Selectmen that she has found some oil slips that were for Cynthia Satas’s rental units. Mrs. Fox also stated that she is waiting on paperwork from Dead River and Coyote Oil. Selectmen Matson MOVED to send any slips that are found on the oil audit to Officer Shawn Eaton at the State Police Barracks to confirm if they match any of the slips that Cynthia Satas admitted to when the State Police did their case SECOND Selectmen Nadeau VOTE unanimous.

56 South St Complaint – A complaint came in on 56 South St about 15 to 20 cars are coming in and out of the property all day and night. Selectmen Matson MOVED to turn the complaint over to Chief Ellis SECOND Selectmen Nadeau VOTE unanimous

5 Granite St, JW Auto Complaint – An anonymous complaint came in from the residents in the area of 5 Granite St. The complaint is that there is noise from power tools, hammering and pounding on steel components, strong odors of gasoline, testing and running vehicles at high speeds on town roads, numerous vehicles and components in various states of repair, and crowds of people consuming alcohol and using foul language on and adjacent to the town road, presence of a handgun. Selectmen Matson MOVED to send a copy of the complaint letter to Michael & Marlo Paju the owners of the property SECOND Selectmen Nadeau VOTE unanimous

Selectmen Matson MOVED to adjourn at 6:25 pm SECOND Selectmen Nadeau VOTE unanimous.

Alissa Fox, Administrative Assistant       


Howard M. Sheats, Jr. Chairman

William T. Matson.

Gideon L. Nadeau, Sr.