April 22, 2013

Town
of Sullivan, N.H. Board of Selectmen
Approved Meeting Minutes
April
22, 2013 – 6:30 PM

Sullivan
Town Hall

Board
members present: Gary Patnode, Laura Merrifield, Mark Paquette

Department
heads present: Karl Wheeler

Also
present: Aaron Collette, Jeremy Kinson, Karen Luebkeman, AA

  1. CALL
    TO ORDER: Gary Patnode called the meeting to order at 6:30PM


MOTION:
Laura Merrifield moved to accept the April 15
th,
2013 meeting
minutes as written.

SECOND: Gary
Patnode seconded the motion.

APPROVED: Unanimously
approved.

B:
Public Session

Jeremy
Kinson submitted his septic system approval from the NH Department of
Environmental
Services and applied for his building permit for 619 Centre Street
which
was
approved and issued.

  1. Department
    Heads:

Mary
Hull Tax Collector/Town Clerk requested the Selectmen to approve a

software
purchase that would assist in calculating interest on property taxes

as
well as to quickly identify the payment status on accounts. This
software

will
assist in answering questions from mortgage companies looking for

account
information.

MOTION: Laura
Merrifield moved to approve the purchase.

SECOND: Mark
Paquette seconded the motion.

APPROVED: Unanimously
approved.

Police
Chief Wheeler advised the Selectmen that Les Jackson could not locate
the 12
gauge
shotgun that had been assigned to him. The Town’s insurance
deductible is
higher
than the value of the gun so cannot be submitted as a claim. Chief
Wheeler
advised
the Selectmen that the shotgun did not need to be replaced. Chief
Wheeler will report the missing shotgun to the State Police .

Les
Jackson has not submitted a letter of resignation as previously
requested by the
Selectmen
so Chief Wheeler will file the appropriate paperwork with the Police
Training
and
Standards Council without it.

Officer
Collette submitted an inventory of equipment for the Sullivan Police
Department.

Chief
Wheeler advised the Selectmen that there had been another burglary in
Sullivan
on
Ferry Brook Road. A number of items had been stolen from the
property. As a
result
the Selectmen reviewed an article to be submitted to the newsletter.

D.
Selectmen’s Business:

General
business including the approving of payroll and vendor payments,
review of
invoices
and PO’s were addressed.

The
following issues were reviewed/discussed:

John
McNichols will be asked to attend an upcoming Selectmen’s Meeting

to
discuss the status of his temporary building permit.


An
email from Dick de Seve from the NH Department of Environmental
Services
was
reviewed.

Correspondence
from the Town’s attorney was reviewed.

E.
ADJOURNMENT:

MOTION:
Gary Patnode moved to adjourn the meeting at 8:45

SECOND:
Mark Paquette seconded the motion.

APPROVED:
Unanimously approved.

Respectfully
Submitted,

Karen
Luebkeman, AA