Andy Shagoury was on NHPR’s Morning Edition on Monday to talk about what it takes to be a police chief in a small town in New Hampshire:
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BOS meeting with Police Chief Andy Shagoury
0:00:00 Call to order / Pledge
0:01:00 performance reviews
0:01:40 new cruiser
0:02:25 Union Wharf parking ordinances
Town Meeting 1989 no overnight parking
selectmen 2003 two hour maximum
0:05:00 19 mile bay parking
0:15:25 Union Wharf Dock: conflicting signs
0:23:45 Community policing
0:28:00 (or thereabout) Drug take back days
0:37:25 Carrying firearms on school grounds — constitutional right. Police wouldn’t remove someone unless they were disorderly.
0:39:00 Firearms training
0:44:50 Bill: Police are people too
0:45:30 Police in schools
0:51:30 Lloyd: people say “Andy does a great job on NPR”
Lloyd: We need you to make a 90 degree turn to community policing. You need to do this for us.
0:57:30 Coverage when Andy’s out of town for Chiefs of Police Association business
1:02:00 NEW POLICE STATION
1:09:00 Lloyd: what message are you hearing from the selectmen over the last hour?
Lloyd: Public relations?
1:16:25 Lloyd: My expectation is there will be a substantial effort on your part
OTHER BUSINESS (Not with Andy)
1:16:45 Old Woods Road cleanup (The Dore property)
motion to approve bill for $1,200 to Gillum Excavation for clean up
1:18:10 motion to adjourn.
0:40 Pledge of Allegiance
1:14 Election of officers
2:05 Mark Howard
9:35 review minutes
11:45 Chip says non public minutes aren’t in compliance with 91-A
14:25 Chip questions nonpublic sessions with attorney. Makes motion to unseal minutes. Motion passes 3-0.
16:30 chip wants to unseal nonpublic minutes from last year.
17:20 Fire department update
26:45 Chip not impressed with road agent
27:15 update emergency management plan?
32:30 list of people who might need help was out of date.
39:00 police chief Andy Shagoury
DWI accident caused power outage Friday night
43:25 drug take back scheduled April 29 10-2 at transfer station
01:30 signature file
11:58 veteran’s tax credit applications
Kerry and Andrea Long
15:00 yield tax levy
17:30 NH the Beautiful
18:10 gravel tax
19:25 supplemental Warrant (extra taxes from Zadede Lane residents)
20:40 letter to students at middle school
21:40 intent to cut: Brad Hunter (rt 171)
22:30 188 middle road gravel pit
27:50 mirror lake boat launch
31:40 lake road boat ramp
33:45 Right to Know
Lloyd asked Karen to compile how much time is used to respond to RTK. Chip says who cares. It’s part of the deal.
40:00 Selectmen’s update
Bill attending seminar about town owned roads.
Need new planning board members.
Also for energy committee.
48:23 Chip about 91-A
Need more meetings
Nonpublic meeting minutes should be released on regular schedule
52:00 Brown Road: there’s a lawsuit?
There was no vote on Steinman rock situation
More meetings specific agenda shorter length
Part 3 (Public Comments)