Selectboard Emergency Meeting Friday March 27,2020

PLEASE FOLLOW SOCIAL DISTANCING

FRIDAY MARCH 27, 2020

 ·         CALL TO ORDER

 ADDITIONS/AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA                      

·         NEW BUSINESS

Governor’s Addendum 6 to Executive Order 01-20: Stay Home/Stay Safe

Town Operating Business as Normal (under the conditions)

Working Remotely

Scheduled at the Town Office

 

  • EMEGENCY MANAGEMENT RECOMENDATIONS

Update Town website Latest local updates on COVID-19

Link to Dept of Health

Doing Updates – Such as “if you need assistance call Town Office”

  • PAYORDERS
  • ADJOURN

  

BOARD OF LIQUOR CONTROL TO IMMEDATLY FOLLOW

  • Rick’s Tavern

 

 

 

TOWN OF NEWFANE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES (UNAPPROVED) 3.17.2020

TOWN OF NEWFANE EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE MINUTES (UNAPPROVED)

 Date: March 17, 2020

Place: NewBrook Fire Department Time: 7:00 P.M.

Present: Jay Wilson, Greg Record, Todd Lawley, Josh Brookes

Absent: Steve Jones

Members of public: Bob Litchfield, Angela Sanborn

 

>Moved to approve the minutes of 4/24/19 (T.L., J.B.).  Motion carried.

  

>The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the E.M.C. role in addressing the recent Coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19).  To date the state and federal governments are taking the necessary action as needed.  Jay will look into the CARE (Citizens Assistance Registry for Emergencies) information and contact the sheriff’s department to see if they are still making calls to check on those listed.  Jay will also request masks, gloves and goggles from the strategic warehouses.   

 

 

>Meeting adjourned at 7:45 P.M. (G.R., T.L.) 

 

 

 

 

 

TOWN OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

OFFICE CLOSED TO PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 Newfane Town Office is adjusting its operations to help reduce the risk of transmitting the COVID-19 virus, while continuing to serve the public comprehensively and effectively.

Please take note of the following and let us know if you have any questions.

  • All staff will continue to be available
  •  You can reach all Town office staff
  •  By email or phone. 365-7772
  • Appointments are made by staff on a case by case basis.

Moore Free Library Closure Notice

Effective March 16, 2020, the Moore Free Library and Crowell Art Gallery are closed and all events are cancelled until further notice, due to the coronavirus.

Online access to ebooks and audiobooks is available through GMLC/Overdrive and RB Digital and they can be accessed through the library’s web site. Both of these services allow users to either stream or download audiobooks and ebooks and are free to library patrons.

There are also digital resources available from the library, such as Internet Archive (which has old movies and other videos) and VT Online Library. You can find links to all of these from our website here: https://moorefreelibrary.org/online-resources/

Patrons who need help setting up an online account, remembering their library card number, or working through the use of any of these systems, are asked to call or email the library at 365-7948 or moorefreelibrary@gmail.com.

Newfane or Brookline residents who would like to set up a free library account for the first time can also do so by phone or email.

The library has free, powerful wifi available which reaches outside. Patrons can park in front of the library or sit on the porch or bring their own chair to the front lawn (maintaining social distancing, of course) and use the wifi.

Erica Walch, Director
Moore Free Library
P.O. Box 208, 23 West Street
Newfane, VT 05345
(802) 365-7948 www.moorefreelibrary.org

The Library and Crowell Art Gallery are closed until further notice, due to the coronavirus.

Selectboard Agenda Monday March 16, 2020

Monday March 16, 2020

CALL TO ORDER

ADDITIONS/AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

Vote – Amendment to Article 3, Section 343 of Newfane Zoning Bylaw

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

March 2, 2020 Town Meeting Prep

March 6, 2020 Organizational Meeting

March 9, 2020 Public Hearing

ROAD BUSINESS

Road Foreman’s & Road Commissioner’s Report

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT’S REPORT

SCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

       Emergency Management Coordinator – Jay Wilson

UNSCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

OLD BUSINESS

    Town Office Building Committee

      Volunteer Committee – Vacancies

     Personnel Policy (needs readopting & signature)

 NEW BUSINESS

    Water Quality at Town Office

 CORRESPONDENCE

Lisa Harris

Kirsten Turner

 EXECATIVE SESSION

   Personnel Matter

PAY ORDERS

ADJOURN

 *** Board of Liquor Control to meet following close of regular Selectboard Meeting

PUBLIC HEARING MINUTES PROPOSED BYLAW AMENDMENT

 TOWN OF NEWFANE SELECTBOARD PUBLIC HEARING MINUTES

PROPOSED BYLAW AMENDMENT MARCH 9, 2020

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:  Marion Dowling, Mike Fitzpatrick, Shelly Huber, Christopher Williams and Angela Sanborn

OTHERS PRESENT:   Hendrik van Loon, Michael Mayer, Carol Hesselbach, Beverly Tier, Terry Chapman, Jan Newell, Lysa Moser, Jane Douglas, Bert Picard and Wannetta Powling

The hearing was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Marion Dowling, Selectboard Chair.

Hendrik van Loon was introduced to the public and is the felicitator of the meeting; Mr. van Loon gave an overview including reading of the warning.

Members of the public went over various reasons of the benefits to Natural Burial.

The hearing adjourned at 7:00 p.m.

Respectfully Submitted,

Wannetta Powling

SELECTBOARD ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING THURSDAY MARCH 6, 2020

THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2020 

 BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Angela Sanborn, Marion Dowling, Mike Fitzpatrick, Shelly Huber, and   Christopher Williams

OTHERS PRESENT: Greg Record, Piet Van Loon and Wannetta Powling

 CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Wannetta Powling, Administrative Assistant.

ELECT      CHAIR,   VICE-CHAIR, & CLERK

 Mike Fitzpatrick nominated Marion Dowling as Chair.  The nomination was seconded by Christopher Williams. Marion Dowling was elected as Chair unanimously.

Mike Fitzpatrick nominated Shelly Huber as Vice Chair.  The nomination was seconded by Marion Dowling.  Shelly Huber was elected as Vice Chair unanimously. 

Mike Fitzpatrick nominated Wannetta Powling as Clerk.  The nomination was seconded by Marion Dowling. Wannetta Powling was elected as Clerk. The motion carried. 

MEETING SCHEDULES

Date, Location & Time Of Regular Selectboard Meetings:  A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Shelly Huber to hold the regular Selectboard meetings on the first and third Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Newfane Town Office. The motion carried.

 Board of Health & Local Board of Liquor Control: A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to meet as the Board of Health and the Local Board of Liquor Control as needed. The motion carried. 

LOCATION FOR POSTING OF NOTICES & MINUTES

A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to set the official locations for posting notices and minutes as the Newfane Town Office, Newfane Market, W.W. Building Supply, the South Newfane/Williamsville Post Office and the official Town of Newfane website. 

The motion carried. 

 

OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR POSTING OF NOTICES & ADVERTISEMENTS

A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Angela Sanborn to name Brattleboro Reformer as the official newspaper. The motion was made to use the Brattleboro Reformer as the posting paper for notices.

 The motion carried.

 

ADD NAME OF NEW CHAIR TO PERSONNEL POLICY (Sign new Personnel Policy)

There was not a current copy of the personnel policy to review – will have that for the next meeting for review and signing.

CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY; SELECTBOARD RULES OF PROCEDURE; FINANCIAL POLICIES

After review of the Conflict of Interest Policy, a motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Marion Dowling to adopt the Conflict of Interest Policy. The motion carried unanimously.

After review of the Selectboard Rules of Procedure, a motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Marion Dowling to adopt the Selectboard Rules of Procedure. The motion carried unanimously.

APPOINTMENTS

ROAD COMMISSIONER: A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Marion Dowling to  appoint Christopher Williams as Road Commissioner.    The motion carried 4 in favor. 1 Abstained

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE: A motion was made by Angela and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to appoint Steve Jones, Todd Lawley, Josh Brookes, Jay Wilson and Greg Record as the Emergency Management Committee. The motion carried.

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR: A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to appoint Jay Wilson as Emergency Management Coordinator. The motion carried.

DELEGATES TO WINDHAM REGIONAL COMMISSION: A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Shelly Huber as  delegate to Windham Regional Commission. The motion carried.

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER:  Vacant

POUNDKEEPER: A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Angela Sanborn to keep Windham County Humane Society as the Pound keeper.  The motion carried unanimously. 

 FENCE VIEWERS:  A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Larry Robinson and Greg Record as Fence Viewers. The motion carried.

 REPRESENTATIVE TO RESCUE, INC.: A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Win Clark as Representative to Rescue, Inc. The motion carried. 

TOWN ENERGY COORDINATOR:  Vacant

TREE WARDEN:  A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Bill Guenther as Tree Warden. The motion carried. 

SENIOR SOLUTIONS REPRESENTATIVE:  Vacant

 

WINDHAM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT:    A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Angela Sanborn to appoint Doris Knechtel as Representative Windham Solid Waste Management District. The motion carried.

 WINDHAM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT ALTERNATE:  A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Angela Sanborn to appoint Mike Fitzpatrick as Alternate to Windham Solid Waste Management District. The motion carried. 

VERMONT GREEN-UP COORDINATORS: A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Angela Sanborn to appoint Gloria Cristelli Vermont Green up Coordinator. The motion carried. 

PLANNING COMMISSION: A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Marion Dowling

 to appoint Bob McCandless for three year terms, expiring March 2021.   The motion carried.

DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD: A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Walter Dadik for three year terms, expiring March 2023. 

 The motion carried.

CONSERVATION COMMISSION: A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Angela Sanborn to appoint Sylvia Kinney and Michelle Mortimer for three year terms, expiring March 2022. 

The motion carried.

WILLIAMSVILLE HALL COMMITTEE: A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to re-appoint all of the current Williamsville Hall Committee.  The motion carried.         

TOWN OFFICE BUILDING COMMITTEE:  A motion was made by Angela Sanborn and seconded by Christopher to appoint Melissa Brown, Mike Fitzpatrick and Wannetta Powling to the Office Building Committee.   The motion carried unanimously. 

ELECTED OFFICIALS POSITIONS OPEN:

Town Agent:  A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint Greg Record as Town Agent. The motion carried unanimously. 

 Constable and Grand Juror:

A motion was made by Mike Fitzpatrick and seconded by Christopher Williams to appoint

Archer Mayor as Constable and Grand Juror. The motion carried unanimously.

ADJOURNMENT

A motion was made by Shelly Huber and seconded by Mike Fitzpatrick to adjourn at 7:30 p.m. 

The motion carried unanimously.

 

Respectfully Submitted

Wannetta Powling

 

Rabies Clinic

There is a Rabies Clinic on Saturday, March 14, from 10AM to 1 PM at the Newbrook Fire Station on Route 30, Newfane.

The Town Clerks of Newfane, Brookline, and Townshend will be there to issue or renew dog licenses.

Selectboard Minutes Monday March 2, 2020

Monday March 2, 2020
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Hendrik van Loon, Christopher Williams, Shelly Huber, Michael Fitzpatrick and Angela Sanborn.
 OTHERS PRESENT: Jay Wilson, Marion Dowling, Deborah Luskin and Wannetta Powling
CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Chair Hendrik van Loon.
MINUTES:
A motion was made by Ms. Sanborn to accept the Minutes of February 18, 2020 regular meeting Mr. Williams seconded.
The motion carried.
 ROAD FOREMAN’S AND ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT:
Town Meeting is set up at the Union Hall.
The Sand/Salt shed project has been forwarded on to various state agencies for their comments.
The Depot Rd. Box Culvert project has moved ahead again, and we are working on the paperwork for easements.
If you want the dirt roads posted for mud season you will need to make a motion authorizing me to do so.
Ms. Sanborn made a motion to accept the Road Foreman’s report. Ms. Huber seconded.
The motion carried.
ADMINISTRATIVE AS SISTANT’S REPORT:
 We mailed 741 Town Report,  We have received back from Newfane and Williamsville post office a total of 45 town reports that were not able to forward .  I plan to make adjustments to the mail merge to avoid needless waste and expense.
The Selectboard we may want to consider reducing the printing pages, and still maintain the necessary information that is required.
Ms. Sanborn made a motion to accept the Administrative Assistant’s report Mr. Williams seconded.
The motion carried.
SCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC:
Town moderator Deborah Luskin wanted to answer any questions that the Board may have prior to Town Meeting tomorrow.
NEW BUSINESS:
The Selectboard went over the warnings with those in attendance and asked if there was any one that would speak regarding certain warnings.
 CORRESPONDENCE:
 PAY ORDERS:
  • Payroll Warrant 11440 n the amount of $5,516.70
  • Payroll Warrant 11442 in the amount of $6,210.46
  • Accounts Payable 20018 A in the amount of $ 741.91
  • Accounts Payable 20018 in the amount of $ 36,877.64
A motion was made by Mr. Fitzpatrick and seconded by Ms. Huber to approve the pay orders.
The motion carried
ADJOURN:
A motion was made by Mr. Williams to adjourn the meeting. Meeting Adjourned at 7:30 pm.
Respectfully Submitted
 Wannetta Powling

NEWFANE BOARD OF LISTERS ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING March 4th, 2020

NEWFANE BOARD OF LISTERS
ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
Listers Office
Newfane Town Office
March 4th, 2020
PRESENT: Doris Knechtel, Frank Suponski, and Dennis Wiswall
Meeting was called to order at 10:00 am by Doris Knechtel
1. Elect a Chairman of the Board and Secretary
Motion was made by F. Suponski and seconded by D. Wiswall to elect Doris Knechtel as
Chairman of the Board of Listers as well as Secretary for the Board. No other nominations were
received. All in favor of the motion and so voted.
2. Setting of Regular Office Hours
The current office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm. After some
discussion it was agreed to keep the same schedule of Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am to 1:30
pm for the Listers office to be available to the public.
3. To transact any other business that may legally come before the Listers.
A. The Listers will need to get the 2019 list from Assess-Pro for Kenoli Campground to have
them compare it to who is still there and who is not for the upcoming year.
B. The Listers will look into a possible way to of how the office may need to change. Three
elected Listers with an assessor; part-time data entry person; Assessor and Assistant Assessor, elected
accessor, etc. Will check with other Vermont towns to see how they operate. Put out feelers for
anyone who may be interested in running for the position in 2021.
4. Adjournment
Motion was made by F. Suponski and seconded by D. Wiswall to adjourn the meeting at 10:40
am. All in favor and so voted.
Respectfully submitted,
Doris A. Knechtel
Listers Secretary

NEWFANE SELECTBOARD – ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING MARCH 5, 2020

 

NEWFANE SELECTBOARD – ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING

THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 2020

6:00 P.M.

NEWFANE TOWN OFFICE

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER

 

  1. ELECT: CHAIR: VICE-CHAIR:         CLERK:
  2. MEETING SCHEDULE

– DATE, LOCATION & TIME OF REGULAR SELECTBOARD MEETINGS

– BOARD OF HEALTH & LOCAL BOARD OF LIQUOR CONTROL (Usually as needed.)

  1. LOCATION FOR POSTING OF NOTICES & MINUTES
  2. OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER FOR POSTING OF NOTICES & ADVERTISEMENTS
  3. ADD NAME OF NEW CHAIR TO PERSONNEL POLICY FOR CONTACT (Sign new Personnel Policy)
  4. CONFLICT OF INTEREST POLICY; SELECTBOARD RULES OF PROCEDURE; FINANCIAL POLICIES

 

  1. APPOINTMENTS
  2. ROAD COMMISSIONER
  3. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE
  4. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT COORDINATOR
  5. DELEGATES TO WINDHAM REGIONAL COMMISSION
  6. ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
  7. POUNDKEEPER (Usually Windham County Humane Society)
  8. FENCE VIEWERS
  9. REPRESENTATIVE TO RESCUE, INC.
  10. TOWN ENERGY COORDINATOR
  11. TREE WARDEN
  12. SENIOR SOLUTIONS REPRESENTATIVE
  13. WINDHAM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

WINDHAM SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT ALTERNATE

  1. VERMONT GREEN-UP
  2. PLANNING COMMISSION
  3. DEVELOPMENT REVIEW BOARD & ALTERNATES
  4. CONSERVATION COMMISSION
  5. WILLIAMSVILLE HALL COMMITTEE
  6. TOWN OFFICE BUILDING COMMITTEE
  7. ELECTED OFFICIALS POSITIONS OPEN – (APPOINTMENTS FOR 1 YEAR ONLY)

 

  1. ADJOURNMENT

 

 

Monday March 2, 2020 Newfane Selectboard Agenda

Monday March 2, 2020

·CALL TO ORDER

ADDITIONS/AMENDMENTS TO AGENDA

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

  • February 18, 2020 Regular Meeting

    ·  ROAD BUSINESS

    Road Foreman’s & Road Commissioner’s Report

          
    ·   ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT’S REPORT

     ·   SCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

    ·  UNSCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

    OLD BUSINESS      

    · NEW BUSINESS

    Review of Warning/Plans for Town Meeting

    March 5 Selectboard Organizational Meeting

    · CORRESPONDENCE

    ·  PAY ORDERS

    ADJOURN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Selectboard Minutes February 18, 2020

Tuesday February 18, 2020
BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Hendrik van Loon, Christopher Williams, Shelly Huber, Michael Fitzpatrick and Angela Sanborn.
 OTHERS PRESENT: Jay Wilson, Marion Dowling, Merle Tessier, Erica Walch, Wannetta Powling and BCTV.
CALL TO ORDER: The meeting was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Chair Hendrik van Loon.
MINUTES:
A motion was made by Ms. Sanborn to accept the Minutes of February 3, 2020 regular meeting Mr. Williams seconded.   The motion carried.
ROAD FOREMAN’S AND ROAD COMMISSIONER’S REPORT:
I apologize that there is no written report tonight; my computer was going thru an update. And then I need to go out to attend the roads.
  • We are looking at Northeast percurdues safety with Dover to share the cost.
  • The new light at the garage are completely installed and may need to get just one more for the corner.
  • People need to understand the little bit of snow on the road when we are expecting freezing rain, is to lay down the sand and plow it all off works much better than just sheets of ice.
  • Plans for the Sand and Salt are in front of you tonight, I apologize for the extremely small print these are intended to be printed on much larger piece of paper.
The Windham Regional is in charge of the planning and VTrans will send the work out to bid and then give recommendations to the Board.
There is projected $400,000 for the build with $320,000 in grant money and the towns share would be $ 80,000.  We can see that most of the cost is in the concrete the footings are 9′-10′ so that when you go in with the bucket loader you don’t know the walls
Ms. Sanborn made a motion to accept the Road Foreman’s report. Ms. Huber seconded.
The motion carried.
ADMINISTRATIVE AS SISTANT’S REPORT:
  • The Town Report will be here in the next day or 2, and will go out ASAP with help from Carol, Melissa, Doris and Marion has volunteered to help with labeling. I have spoken with Jay to get help taking them to the PO.
  • I have gone to the last 3 Windham Regional Broadband meetings; in your package tonight is the survey they would like us to send out to Newfane, Williamsville, South Newfane and Brookside residents. They have set up an online site for people take the survey, but for those that don’t have internet service we can leave some with the town clerk, and have some available at the town meeting. We hope for a good return.
  • I needed to reschedule the Public Hearing until the 9th of March for the proposed (Natural Burial) Bylaw Changes. This allows for the 15 days needed for Warning the hearing.
  • There was an issue with the Rental of the Williamsville Hall this past weekend for a Birthday party, with the Boards permission I would like to refund the rental fee. The heat didn’t work in parts of the building, the shoveling did not get done, and there were dirty dishes in the sink in the kitchen and trash in the Bathrooms. As well as the floors were not clean.
Ms. Sanborn made a motion to accept the Administrative Assistants report, Mr. Williams seconded. The motion carried.
SCHEDULED MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC:
Erica Walch from the Moore Free Library would like to see additional posting of the Selectboard minutes and agenda’s.  She would be willing to post them at the Moore Free Library as well if they could be emailed to her. The Board agreed to do this.  An additional suggestion was to check with the Post Master to see if town notices could be displayed there as well.
The Moore Free Library has year offered to hold a Nuts & Bolts of Local Government.  It helps those to navigating the town report as well as understanding Robert Rules of Order.  There will be a meet the candidate for those that are running for election; I understand there is no opposition to the candidates running for re-election. It would be nice if the town were to hold a candidate’s forum next year.
Merle Tessier Zoning Administrator one of the biggest issues as Zoning Administrator is to deal with enforcing private road conditions. , as an emergency vehicle costing ½ million dollars going out on a call and is not be able to safely navigate the private roads, because of the lack of recommended upkeep.  It would consider a town plan rewrite for this area of concern, as well as the backing of Town officials when there is an issue to be considered.   The other concern is lack of building permits obtained before a build.  Right now the permit is generally $10.00 and the fine would be an additional $10.00.
           The first plan of action would be to go to the DRB and Selectboard than the Planning Commission for major updates of the bylaws.   The Lister’s get a copy of each permit that is issued and when they go out and about, they are able to compare the Listers cards with the improvements.  Is it a lack of Understanding regarding Zoning Permits? Should a Welcome to Newfane Package be made available listing the town required permits needed help?
NEW BUSINESS:
A motion by Ms. Sanborn to have the Chair draft a letter to Windham Regional Commission for Newfane’s Intent to Participate in Broadband Wireless was seconded by Mr. Fitzpatrick
The motion carried
A motion by Ms. Sanborn to appoint Ms. Forrest as point of contact person Ms. Huber seconded.

The motion carried

 CORRESPONDENCE:
1.       Gloria Cristelli Email – Green up Coordinator
2.       Deborah Luskin Email – Child Care for Town meeting
3.       Prevent Child Abuse – Pin Wheel Sale
 PAY ORDERS:
  • Payroll Warrant 11438 in the amount of $5,497.39
  • Payroll Warrant 11439 in the amount of $5,429.72
  • Accounts Payable 20017 in the amount of $ 40,761.53
A motion was made by Mr. Williams and seconded by Ms. Sanborn to approve the pay orders.
The motion carried
ADJOURN:
A motion was made by Mr. Williams to adjourn the meeting. Meeting Adjourned at 7:30 pm.
Respectfully Submitted, Wannetta Powling

New Date – Public Hearing Notice

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE

 The Newfane Selectboard will hold a public hearing as provided for in 24VSA/4442

at 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 9, 2020 at the Newfane Town Office to hear comment

on a proposed amendment to Article 3, Section 343 of the Newfane Zoning Bylaws to

Establish Natural Burial as a Conditional Use in Resource Districts in the Town.

Copies of the proposed amendment are Available from the Administrative Assistant

to the Board during regular working hours.

Hendrik W. van Loon

Chair

Dated: Febraury14th, 2020