Call to Order / Pledge
Carla is upset that Max published the per-employee cost for health and dental benefits
0:04:34 Bob: “the enemy”
0:06:53 Carla: It’s illegal*
0:07:25 Gordon: if it’s a violation of the law should the budget committee or selectmen pursue legally?
0:10:00 Jack Parsons
0:23:42 OTHER HIGHWAYS / STREETS
0:27:22 Passed 7-0
0:27:34 SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL (Revisit)
Add $5,500 to new equipment line for a box plow for the Bobcat.
0:43:25 Passes 7-0
0:45:02 ANIMAL CONTROL
We pay as much as Conway for Blue Loon Bus Service
0:49:00 John questions why we give money to an NGO for heating assistance, when we also have direct assistance for heating.
1:00:00 Chip “All non-profits have to be approved initially by Town Meeting”
1:00:53 Budget 6-1 (John: Criteria too broad)
1:02:14 REVIEW MINUTES
Carla’s budget committee email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1:11:30 CORRESPONDENCE (none)
1:11:45 UPDATED CHARTS (Helen)
1:19:45 Next Meeting Date
1:21:00 PUBLIC COMMENT
Max: We have a difference of opinion. You’re trying to hide information that I believe is public.
Carla: No I’m not; end of discussion!
1:22:15 back to discussion of next meetings
1:23:28 Motion to adjourn
*It’s not. In the New Hampshire Supreme Court’s ruling in Prof’l Firefighters of N.H. v. Local Gov. Center (2010), the Court ruled that the LGC, the parent entity to the New Hampshire Municipal Association, had to provide specific salary information, “including salary and benefit information for LGC employees” under 91-A.