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Bethlehem Board of Selectmen
Bethlehem Selectmen Office
March 10, 2014
Present: Chairman Blanchard, Selectman Culver, Selectman Laleme, Selectman Glavac.
Chairman Blanchard opened the meeting at 6:00pm.
Cliff Crosby came before the Board to discuss the softball league he has been running for 22 years. He
wants to plan on who will oversee it when he no longer can. Mr. Crosby discussed with the Board the option of Rhienna Miscio being involved as the Recreation Director. The Board all agreed that Rhienna just doesn’t have the time to oversee that and it was suggested he tries to find someone within the league to take over.
James World came before the Board to discuss the steel he wants from a property that is Town owned and up for sale. He purchased the steel from the former owner of the lot and the Board wanted to get legal advice on this. He is back tonight to discuss the legal advice the Board got. The Board explained to
Mr. World that he could have the items he purchased if he makes the lot safer than it was. They explained that he needs to do something for the Town and instead of payment he could have the items. They discussed different holes that he could cover. The Board also explained to Mr. World that he would need to provide an insurance certificate to cover him while he is on the property and that he needs to sign a waiver that he doesn’t expect any of the money back that he paid to Mr. Kendall if they Town should recoup any. Mr. World said he would supply the insurance certificate and said he doesn’t expect to get any money back. The Board told Mr. World that the property is due to be sold by sealed bid on April 14th so he would need to be finished by then. Mr. World said he doesn’t have a problem with that. There was discussion about the Board and Dave Wiley going to inspect the site so they can then inspect it after to make sure the mitigation work was done. This will be arranged.
Tim Sullivan came in to discuss a sign permit for Connecticut River Bank that is changing to Mascoma Savings Bank. The Board reviewed the sign documents and pictures. Selectman Culver moved to approve the signs. Selectman Glavac seconded. Carried 4-0.
Chairman Blanchard read a letter from the Town Moderator, Wayne Derby, asking if the Selectmen not up for election would be willing to be counters. The Board will consider this and let him know.
Chairman Blanchard announced that Chief Ho-Sing-Loy will be submitting for a grant to get 25 bicycle helmets.
The Board discussed the sale property packets. There was discussion about sending letters to the abutters of the lots that didn’t sell in the last sale to let them know they are for sale. Selectman Culver
moved to send the letters to the abutters of lots previously for sale. Chairman Blanchard seconded.
Carried 4-0. There was discussion about the Cedarcroft property and needing a boundary line adjustment to give a portion to the school. It was decided to have 2 Selectmen, 2 School Board members, and Dave Wiley meet to discuss this.
The Board discussed the request from the Jackson’s to put a manufactured home on their lot. The Board received legal advice on this and determined to go forward with it. Chairman Blanchard moved to allow the manufactured home on Map 205 Lot 50. Selectman Glavac seconded. Carried 4-0.
Chairman Blanchard moved to send advice to the Planning Board to draft ordinance to correct this for the future. Selectman Laleme seconded. Carried 4-0.
The Board discussed the minutes from 03/03/14. The minutes were tabled.
Chairman Blanchard asked if there was any public input.
Kevin Roy explained the new flare system at the landfill and said the flame is in a different location.
Kevin also said DES has deemed the application from NCES completer and now a public hearing will be
Kevin Roy asked the Board about sending out the bear letter. The Board said they would like that to go out.
Chairman Blanchard moved to go into non-public session per RSA 91-A:3, II (a). Selectman Culver seconded. Chairman Blanchard did roll call with all members agreeing to go into non-public session.
The Board discussed personnel issues.
At 7:44 Chairman Blanchard moved to come out of non-public session. Selectman Glavac seconded. Carried 4-0.
The Board discussed Stoney’s garage and the need to put up a no trespassing sign. There was discussion
about the possibility of a Brownsfield Grant for that property.
At 7:50 Chairman Blanchard moved to adjourn. Selectman Glavac seconded. Carried 4-0.