Herbert Ramsdell, Kathy Maddocks and Barry Gammon were in attendance.
Meeting was called to order at 6:30 pm.
This meeting was videotaped by Dick Jarrett.
Nancy and Dick Pollard were in from Pequawket Lake Association to set up a meeting with the Moy-Mo-Day-Yo Association committee. Meeting is set for October 14 at 9:00 am at the Pollard cottage.
Bill Pike dropped in briefly to pick up a copy of the Emergency Department Guidelines which had previously been finalized after review by the FAC and the emergency department heads.
Ron Perkins came in to inquire about private citizen rebuttal of recently published articles. Ron is a member of the Planning Board wanted to inquire about his individual private rights.
At approximately 7:00 pm, the public portion of is meeting was closed for an executive session with the Town attorney. The executive session continued until approximately 7:45 pm.
At approximately 7:45 pm, the public portion of this meeting was resumed.
Dave Blanchard was in to discuss the status of his building permit which was issued on September 17, 1997. Mr. Blanchard questions the expiration of this permit because nowhere on the permit form is there indicated that the permit expires at any point in time. This issue will be explored with the CEO.
Board reviewed and executed a response letter addressed to David Smith and Richard Jarrett regarding Board's position on petitions of proposed gravel pit amendments and cell phone ordinance (copy attached hereto).
Barry Gammon made the motion to further look into hiring a per them paramedic. A meeting with Dan Dresser will be set up as soon as possible.
Herbert Ramsdell made a request that consideration be given to the continued practice of videotaping these meetings. This issue will be discussed further.
Mail was reviewed.
Weekly warrant was completed.
No further business to come before the meeting, the meeting was adjourned at 8:00 pm.
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