February 9, 2004 Council Meeting

TOWN OF WINSLOW, MAINE

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING

February 9, 2004

AGENDA

7:30 P. M.

 

REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING:

  1. Roll call
  2. Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (January 12)
  3. Communications
  4. Legislative Report from Ken Fletcher
  5. b.   Report from SOS
  6. Other
  7. Reports of Committees and Commissions
  1. Town Manager’s Report
  2. Department Reports–Police, Fire, Library, Code Enforcement, Public Works
  3. Finance Committee Report (Treasurer’s Warrants)
  4. Financial Report

OLD BUSINESS:

  1. Order No. 9-2003:  The Acceptance of Summer Court as a Town Street Located in the

                                    Approved Summer Court Condominium (Phase II) Subdivision

                                    Approved March 7, 2002, by the Winslow Planning Board.  (Second

                                    Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

NEW BUSINESS:

  1. Ordinance No. 1-2004:  Sewer Construction Assessments and Deferred Payments.  (First

                                            Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Order No. 1-2004:  The Entering Into AContract With Tyler Technologies, Inc. (MUNIS) To

Provide A Municipal Accounting Software Package.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by Howard Mette.

  1. Resolution No. 02-2004:  The Matter of Examination of Problems Related to Underage

                                               Drinking.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by Administration.

  1. Resolution No. 03-2004:  Application for a Class I Liquor License (Renewal) for

                                               Jeannine Hendsbee, d/b/a The Lobster Trap, Inc., Bay Street.

          (First Reading)  Sponsored by Administration.

  1. Resolution No. 04-2004:  Application for a Special Amusement Permit (Renewal) for

          Frank & Irene Giordano d/b/a Giordano’s Camping and

          Recreation Club.  (First Reading)  Sponsored by Admin.

  1. Resolution No. 05-2004:  Pole Location Permit – Central Maine Power Company – Project
  2. (First and Only Reading)  Sponsored by Admin.

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  1. Resolution No. 06-2004:  The Exploration of Consolidating Functions of  theWinslow

          School System in Order to Enhance Student Academic

          Opportunities and Create Cost Savings.  (First Reading)  Sponsored

          by Howard Mette.

APPOINTMENTS:

  1. Board of Assessment Review—1 positions, 5-year term

                                               Richard M. Hughes (reappointment)

  1. Safety Committee—5-year term

                                               William P. Page (reappointment)

ADJOURNMENT

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