RCL Notes of August 28, 2017 Board of Selectmen meeting

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  1. The new Fire Chief, Mark Cotreau, was introduced. More Detail
  2. A doctor or registered nurse is being sought to serve on the Seacoast Cancer Cluster Investigation Commission, formed by State legislation.  Apply prior to the next Board of Selectmen meeting on September 11. More Detail
  3. The Town will continue to support the Coalition Communities (communities opposing Donor Towns) after it was revealed that a State legislative committee is looking into school funding. More Detail
  4. Numerous residents were present to complain about safety issues on Dow Ln., many proposing that it be made a dead end.  Despite repeated attempts to get the selectmen to agree to next steps and a timetable, Selectman Musselman said that it would appear on the agenda if and when they decide to take up the issue again. More Detail  Click Here for statements and documents
  5. The bid for Shoals View Dr. paving, authorized by a $125,000 warrant article this year, came in above the budgeted amount. More Detail
  6. Town Hall improvements, including replacement of the back stairs and enclosure of the Town Finance Director’s office, are being considered for this year. More Detail

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