Selectmen’s Meeting July 3, 2017

0:00:28 Call to Order
0:00:50 Pledge
0:01:25 PUBLIC COMMENT
Max Ledoux — Durgin Road paved. Cars speeding. Spoke to Chief Shagoury about radar trailer
0:02:50 APPOINTMENTS
Road Agent didn’t come for appointment
0:03:30 REVIEW AND APPROVE MINUTES
0:05:00 SIGNATURE FILE
0:06:15 Lot 413-1-16 owes yield tax
Re-appointment of Michael Phelps to conservation commission
Mark Howard
0:08:35 Lloyd “we can go into non-public any time we’re in a legal meeting.”
0:09:00 Letter to county commissioners about county taxes
0:10:30 Lot 65-3-2 yield tax owed, owner has filed intent to cut.
0:14:40 CONTINUED BUSINESS
Hurlbut Trust
0:15:47 Oil / Diesel
Carroll County Oil prices: oil $1.799, diesel $0.15 over cost
price locked in for one year
0:19:25 Application for state aid for bridges — Sodom Road & Tuftonboro Neck Road
0:24:20 Lloyd says HEB was involved in several road projects in town in the past that have had issues, including overruns. Lloyd not sure HEB at fault, but wonders about putting out projects to bid. Chip says we’ll have to put out to bid and also points out that HEB didn’t select the company on one of the projects that ended up going bankrupt. Bill points out that HEB brought to the attention of the selectmen that Tuftonboro wasn’t on the state list of bridges to be repaired.
0:30:00 SELECTMEN’S UPDATES
Bill: Milfoil
0:32:10 Lloyd: Mirror Lake Protective Association, Mirror Lake Watershed Association, note to Chief Shagoury (No Parking ordinance at Union Wharf), letter from Carol Miller re TimeWarner/Spectrum transfer station
0:37:40 Discussion of Road Agent budget. Selectmen want to meet with Jim regularly (every two weeks) so that meetings don’t last two hours.

0:39:03 Video stopped by accident (off camera began discussion of cleaning up 19 Mile Bay beach.)

0:39:04 Trash at 19 Mile Beach
Suggestion to install motion-activated surveillance camera.
0:44:29 CORRESPONDENCE
0:45:06 OTHER BUSINESS
0:45:20 Selectmen to attend Ragged Island Day event (free donuts and coffee!)
0:46:15 PUBLIC COMMENT
Elissa Paquette: Federal election fraud commission seeking public information about voting from states.
0:48:12 Max: Clarify cost of Diesel (will fluctuate over the year)
0:48:50 Elissa: follow up on bridges
0:52:20 motion to go to non-public session to discuss personnel matters

Selectmen’s meeting for August 22, 2016

In a marathon 3 hour meeting the Tuftonboro, NH, Selectmen covered a variety of issues. They met with summer resident Tom Hall about a proposed crosswalk on Route 109 at 19 Mile Bay. They voted to give town employees near-automatic cost of living raises. They also met with Lakes Region Computer about updating the town’s computers. They also received reports from the fire chief, Adam Thompson, and the police chief, Andrew Shagoury.