May 12, 2003 Council Meeting

TOWN OF WINSLOW, MAINE

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

and

PUBLIC HEARINGS

May 12, 2003

7:00 P. M.

AGENDA 

PUBLIC HEARING:

  1. Ordinance No. 1-2003:  The Restriction of Parking on the South Side of Clinton

                                            Avenue.

  1. Ordinance No. 2-2003:  The Enhancement of the Easy and Rapid Location of

        Properties by Law Enforcement, Fire, Rescue, and Emergency

        Medical Services Personnel.

  1. Order No. 1-2003:  Approval of the Town of Winslow 2003-2004 Fiscal Budget

                                     Series, in the Amount of ,825,593.44 and to Establish a Tax

                                     Due Date and Interest Rate of Taxes Remaining Unpaid.

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING:

  1. Roll call
  2. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (April 14)
  3. Communications
  4. Legislative Report
  5. Other
  6. Reports of Committees and Commissions
  1. Town Manager’s Report
  2. Department Reports–Police, Fire, Code Enforcement, Public Works, Library
  3. Appointment of Warden for June 10 Referendum Election
  4. Finance Committee Report (Treasurer’s Warrants)
  5. Financial Report

OLD BUSINESS:

  1. Ordinance No. 1-2003:  The Restriction of Parking on the South Side of Clinton

        Avenue.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Admin.

  1. Ordinance No. 2-2003:  The Enhancement of the Easy and Rapid Location of

        Properties by Law Enforcement, Fire, Rescue, and Emergency

        Medical Services Personnel.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored

        by Admin.

  1. Order No. 1-2003:  Approval of the Town of Winslow 2003-2004 Fiscal Budget

                                     Series, in the Amount of ,825,593.44 and to Establish a Tax

                                     Due Date and Interest Rate of Taxes Remaining Unpaid.

                                     (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Order No. 2-2003:  The Expenditure of Funds from the Capital Improvement Fund.

                                    (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Order No. 3-2003:  The Sale of Tax Acquired Property.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored

                                     by Howard Mette.

  1. Order No. 4-2003:  The Expenditure of Funds from the Capital Improvement Fund for

                                     a Single Project in Excess of ,000.  (Second Reading)

                                     Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Resolution No. 7-2003:  Application for a Spirituous, Vinous & Malt Liquor License

                                            (Class A Lounge) by Veterans of Foreign Wars, MacCrillis-

                                             Rousseau Post 8835, Dunbar Road.  (Second Reading)

                                             Sponsored by Admin.

  1. Resolution No. 8-2003:  Application for a Spirituous, Vinous & Malt Liquor License

 (Class A Lounge) by S. J. P. & C., Inc. d/b/a The Pointe Afta,

  China Road.  (Second Reading)  Sponsored by Admin.

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. Resolution No. 11-2003:  Sale of Property at 2 Mohegan Street.  (First Reading)

                                                Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Resolution No. 12-2003:  Application for a Liquor License (Beer and Wine Only)

                                               (Renewal) by Steven P. Symeuangxay d/b/a Asian Café, 69

                                               Bay Street.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by Administration.

APPOINTMENTS:

  1. Personnel Appeals Board  (One 3-year position)

                                               Candidate:  Cathy Nadeau

  1. Kennebec Sanitary Treatment District (To complete term vacated by Paul Roy and

                                               Peter Ward until 7/04)

                                               Candidate:  Daniel Peters

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