This weeks Council Packets 4-13-2015

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This weeks council packets.

WORKSHOP

6:00 P.M.

The Town Council will meet with the Rice Public Library Board of Directors and the Town Manager to discuss future plans for the library.

April 13, 2015 Council Chambers

Kittery Town Council

Regular Meeting

7:00 p.m.

1. Call to Order

2. Introductory

3. Pledge of Allegiance

4. Roll Call

5. Agenda Amendment and Adoption

6. Town Manager’s Report

7. Acceptance of Previous Minutes 3/24/15, 3/30/15, 4/6/15 Special and 3/23/15 Regular

8. Interviews for the Board of Appeals and Planning Board

9. All items involving the town attorney, town engineers, town employees or other town consultants or requested officials.

a. (040215-1) The Kittery Town Council moves to abate the following taxes for Robert and Natalie Harris: 49-8 $668.16

60-12C $ 59.36

66-2D $ 10.65

60-3A $147.64

66-2C $ 39.58

60-12B $ 3.05

and issue supplemental tax bills to Central Maine Power for the following parcels:

49-8-1 $668.16

60-12C-1 $ 59.35

66-2D-1 $ 10.66

60-3A-1 $147.63

66-2C-1 $ 39.57

60-12D $ 19.79

b. (040215-2) The Kittery Town Council moves to review and adopt the proposed decision, order and findings of fact on 40 Old Post Road, Map 8 Lot 25 under the dangerous buildings statute.

10. PUBLIC HEARINGS

a. (040215-3) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on an application from Global Montello Group Corp., 800 South Street, Suite 800, Waltham, MA for a Victualer’s License for Global Montello Group Corp., 286 Route 1.

b. (040215-4) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing on proposed amendments to Section 2.14 Ordinances in general and 6.06 Council action on proposed budget, of the Kittery Town Charter, subject to approval at a Town referendum election to be held on June 9, 2015.

c. (040215-5) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing and hereby ordains an ordinance authorizing a bond issue not to exceed $1,300,000, to fund road infrastructure capital improvement projects, subject to approval at a Town referendum election to be held on June 9, 2015.

d. (040215-6) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing and hereby ordains an ordinance authorizing a bond issue not to exceed $958,015, to fund municipal facilities capital improvement projects, subject to approval at a Town referendum election to be held on June 9, 2015.

e. (040215-7) The Kittery Town Council moves to hold a public hearing and hereby ordains an ordinance authorizing a bond issue not to exceed $821,817 to fund school facilities capital improvement projects, subject to approval at a Town referendum election to be held on June 9, 2015.

11. DISCUSSION

a. Discussion by members of the public (three minutes per person)

b. Response to public comment directed to a particular Councilor

c. Chairperson’s response to public comments

12. UNFINISHED BUSINESS

(030215-4) The Kittery Town Council moves to receive a report and recommendation from the Appointment Committee regarding Appointments to Boards and Committees and schedule a public hearing to amend Title 4 of the Kittery Town Code.

13. NEW BUSINESS

a. Donations/gifts received for Council disposition

(040215-8) The Kittery Town Council moves to accept a donation in the amount of $50.00 from Sarah O. Lewin for track use at the Kittery Community Center, and deposit said funds in account #1111-43320, Recreation Revenue.

b. (040215-9) The Kittery Town Council moves to give preliminary approval on the FY ’16 School Budget and schedule a public hearing on May 11th to adopt the FY ’16 School Budget and to schedule the Budget Validation Referendum for June 9th.

c. (040215-10) The Kittery Town Council moves to review and finalize wording on the Warrant Articles for the June 9, 2015 Town Meeting/Secret Ballot Election and make its recommendations on each article.

d. (040215-11) The Kittery Town Council moves to authorize the release of funds in the amount of $10,000 from unassigned surplus and to appropriate said funds to be paid out of account #101740-68427 Expense Self-insurance Claims, to pay the deductible associated with the water damage claim #1 at the Kittery Community Center.

e. (040215-12) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve and sign a Business Card Resolution Form to increase the maximum credit card limit to $40,000 to allow for adding new users and temporary increases if necessary.

f. (040215-13) The Kittery Town Council moves to nominate the Town Manager to serve on the Southern Maine Planning and Development Commission Executive Committee.

g. (040215-14) The Kittery Town Council moves to authorize the Rice Public Library to use the Fort Foster facility (baseball field) on Friday, June 26, 2015 from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. to show an outdoor movie for the opening celebration of their Summer Reading Program.

h. (040215-15) The Kittery Town Council moves to resolve to petition M.D.O.T. with the Town of Eliot for a traffic light to be installed on Route 236 at the intersection of Bolt Hill Road.

i. (040215-16) The Kittery Town Council moves to approve the disbursement warrants.

j. (040215-17) The Kittery Town Council moves to schedule a public hearing in accordance with Section 6.09 (4) of the Kittery Town Charter to transfer appropriations between accounts for union and non-union increases for salaries/wages and benefits.

k. (040215-18) The Kittery Town Council moves to appoint Mark A. Drummond to the Port Authority until 8/31/16 to fill the unexpired term of Thomas Smith.

l. (040215-19) The Kittery Town Council moves to appoint a representative to meet with the Chair of the Port Authority to interview David W. Chapman for his appointment to that board until 8/31/18 to fill the unexpired term of Dan Arbo.

m. (040215-20) The Kittery Town Council moves to endorse a proposal to allocate funding in York County’s FY16 budget to apply for York County become a regional center for the EB-5 Immigrant Investment Program.

n. (040215-21) The Kittery Town Council moves to schedule a public hearing on a proposed amendment to Title 5 Section 5.10.4 Applicability.

14. COUNCILOR ISSUES OR COMMENT

15. COMMITTEE AND OTHER REPORTS

a. Communications from the Chairperson

b. Committee Reports

16. EXECUTIVE SESSION

17. ADJOURNMENT