Board of Selectmen March 12, 2018 RCL Notes

F ile for civic news:  BOS Notes RCL March 12, 2018

  1. A resident challenged the accuracy of information on a card mailed to all households regarding the TD Bank purchase and the Esther Parsons Legacy.
  2. Summer Sessions was challenged by the Police Chief for the lack of a traffic safety plan and by Selectman Musselman for expecting continued use of town resources for no charge.
  3. The conservation acquisition of 56.29 acres off of South Rd. for $300,000 in connection with a lawsuit settlement was unanimously approved after the Selectmen waived all requirements of their customary process relating to conservation acquisitions.

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