File for Civic News: RyeBOSrclNotes101117revBfinal
- Selectman Musselman proposed the creation of paid non-resident parking areas on side streets near the beach. Residents with stickers could also use those areas. Reception from the other Selectmen was lukewarm.
- The Shoals View Drive paving bid came in at over twice the $125,000 that voters appropriated. All bids will be rejected and an engineer hired to try to value engineer the project.
- Plastic traffic separators and probably a permanent digital sign will be installed on Dow Ln. to address safety issues there.
- The September PFC testing results from CMA Engineers for the Grove Rd. Landfill were reported by Selectman Musselman of CMA, acting as the Town’s Engineer, not as a Selectman.