December 8, 2003 Council Meeting

TOWN OF WINSLOW, MAINE

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING &

PUBLIC HEARINGS

December 8, 2003

AGENDA

7:00 P. M.

 

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

(Reconsider)

  1. Resolution No. 25-2003:   Authorization for the Kennebec Valley Council of

                                               Governments to Apply on Behalf of the Town of Winslow

                                                for Participation in the Pine Tree Zones.

  1. Ordinance No. 5-2003:  An Amendment to Ordinance No. 1-1998 Personnel Rules

                                            and Regulations-Job Descriptions-Pay Scale Schedule for

                                            Town Employees.

  1. Resolution No. 27-2003:  Approval of Application for an Automobile Graveyard/

Junkyard Permit for Randall Fredette d/b/a Babe’s Garage, 22 Frawley Street.

  1. Resolution No. 28-2003:  Approval of Application for an Automobile Graveyard/

                                               Junkyard Permit for Roger and Kay Penney, Morrill Road.

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING:

  1. Roll call
  2. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (November 10)
  3. Communications
  4. Legislative Report from Ken Fletcher
  5. Other
  6. Reports of Committees and Commissions
  1. Town Manager’s Report
  2. Assessor’s Supplemental and Abatements to be Acknowledged by Council
  3. Department Reports–Police, Fire, Library, Code Enforcement, Public Works
  4. Finance Committee Report (Treasurer’s Warrants)
  5. Financial Report

OLD BUSINESS:

To reconsider:

Resolution No. 25-2003:   Authorization for the Kennebec Valley Council of

                                          Governments to Apply on Behalf of the Town of Winslow

                                           for Participation in the Pine Tree Zones.

Winslow Town Council Agenda                    December 8, 2003                            Page 2

 

  1. Ordinance No. 5-2003:  An Amendment to Ordinance No. 1-1998 Personnel Rules

                                            and Regulations-Job Descriptions-Pay Scale Schedule for

                                            Town Employees.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Admin.

  1. Order No. 10-2003:  The Installation of a Street Light on the Corner of Patterson

                                      Avenue and the China Road.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by

                                      Administration.

  1. Resolution No. 26-2003:  A Policy for Consideration of a Road or Street for

Acceptance as a Public Way.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Resolution No. 27-2003:  Approval of Application for an Automobile Graveyard/

Junkyard Permit for Randall Fredette d/b/a Babe’s Garage, 22 Frawley Street.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Administration.

  1. Resolution No. 28-2003:  Approval of Application for an Automobile Graveyard/

                                               Junkyard Permit for Roger and Kay Penney, Morrill Road.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Administration.

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. Order No. 11-2003:  The Withdrawal Fromthe Maine State Retirement System and

                                       To Provide For a Cost of Living Clause For the Employees Who

                                       Remain Within the MSRS.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by

                                       Howard Mette.

  1. Resolution No. 29-2003:  Adoption of the VantagecareRetirement Health Savings

(RHS) Program.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

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