Meeting began at 6:00pm. Members present were Selectmen Eric Stohl, Norman Cloutier, and Donald Campbell. Members of the public present were Bob Baker and Debra Taylor.
Debra Taylor introduced herself to the Selectmen as the new SAU7 Superintendent and told them to feel free to reach out to her if they needed anything. Ms. Taylor left the meeting at 6:10pm.
Bob Baker spoke about the use of the railroad tracks, and questioned if anyone else had mentioned any other use for it. Baker says he has been in contact with the State DOT and the State Bureau of Trails. The Selectmen have not heard from anyone else in regards to the use of it besides Baker himself.
Baker questioned if the Town’s Conservation Commission was active, Selectman Stohl said he’d look into it.
Baker also had a concern for ATV usage on Meridan Hill. The Selectmen spoke that the ATV’s have no permission to use the road, and should not be. The Selectmen suggested calling Ted Burns of North Stratford. Baker was also concerned with a refrigerator and propane tank being dumped on Brown Road. Selectman Cloutier said he’d look into it. Baker left the meeting at 6:30pm.
On a motion made by Selectman Cloutier, and seconded by Selectmen Campbell the Board approved the minutes of the July 8th meeting.
Mail was reviewed and checks were signed.
The Board signed the application for the State and Federal Land Reimbursement, and the “NO PA28” form. They also signed a supplemental yield tax Warrant in the amount of $969.75.
The Board reviewed the email from June Garneau regarding updating the Hazard Mitigation plan. Selectman Cloutier will review the plan and get back to the Board.
The meeting was adjourned at 7:30pm.