April 10, 2017
of Sullivan, NH Board of Selectmen
members present: Chairman Laura J. Merrifield, Joe Lewandowski and
Heads/Officers: Laura Lewandowski-Health Officer
Kate Fuller, Administrative Assistant
TO ORDER: Chairman Laura Merrifield called the meeting to order at
6:30 pm. Laura Merrifield
made a motion to approve the minutes of the April 3, 2017 meeting,
seconded by Joe Lewandowski. The minutes were unanimously approved
on Abatement for 299 Centre Street-Laura
Merrifield and Mary Hull consulted with the Town’s lawyer. The
abatement settlement was reviewed and recommended to proceed. In
terms of the other issues Mary will contact the attorney
representing that property and let them know the deed was not
properly executed. The Town has confirmed that they have a protected
position in terms of recovering back taxes.
Lewandowski-Health Officer-garbage nuisance-There
was a complaint about the garbage accumulation at 419 South Road.
There was also a concern raised about the discharge of fire arms
late at night; Mrs. Lewandowski will follow up with Fish and Game
about this concern. Mrs. Lewandowski presented a draft letter which
was reviewed and will be sent as a first step to resolving these
of Lien for local Assistance-The
lien release form for 145 Old Concord Road was signed by the Board.
for Overseer of the Poor-Appointment
for Kate Thorndike signed by Board.
application and recommendation for Fairpoint-The
application was denied on the recommendation of Avitar. A letter
will be sent to Fairpoint with the decision.
Reserve request-Breathing Apparatus-Request
signed by the Board.
Warrant-White Brook Drive-Signed
by the Board.
Vendor Payments and Purchase Orders-Approved
Bulletin from the NHMA received. March Trustees report received.
Town Hall permit to operate a place of assembly renewed by Chief
Henry. Communications from Planning Board received around membership
and officer changes and adoption procedure for the amended CPO.
Slip, Trip and Fall training reminder. Letter received with update
on a resident’s bankruptcy proceedings. Laura Merrifield let the
Board know that the Road Agent would be taking some time off. Joe
Lewandowski mentioned other states with high property taxes noting
that, according to his sources, New Hampshire is the third highest.
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Jeff Burbank moved to adjourn the meeting at 7:55 pm.
Assistant for the Board of Selectmen