October 1, 2012


Town of Sullivan, N.H. Board of Selectmen
Approved Meeting Minutes Draft
October 1, 2012 – 7:30 PM
Sullivan Town Hall


 


Board members present: Mark Paquette, Gary Patnode


Department heads present: Randy Smith, Karl Wheeler


Also present: Carlene Wheeler, John McNichols, Kathy Fernandes, Roland Fernandes, Robert Hummell, Karen Luebkeman, AA


A. CALL TO ORDER: Mark Paquette called the meeting to order at 7:30PM


B. CITIZEN’S DISCUSSION:


Roland and Kathy Fernandes returned for their building permit. The Selectmen advised them not to cover over the septic system without having the State of New Hampshire sign off/approve the system. This must occur prior to occupying the residence.




Mr. Hummell expressed a concern with the Town’s website. Apparently some navigation is broken. The administrative assistant shared that it was her understanding that the individual currently overseeing the website was looking for a new hosting situation. The administrative assistant will pass the information regarding the website along to the appropriate individual.


John McNichols attended the meeting to get a better understanding of what the Selectmen would be requiring from him for his building permit. The Selectmen will need to issue a temporary permit with conditions as it appears that the necessary work will need to be put off until spring. Mr. McNichols was advised that if he brings water into the building he will be required to install a septic system.



C. Department Heads: Randy Smith


Randy shared that the information necessary for putting the Ferry Brook Bridge project out to bid is coming together. Valley Road has had asphalt applied to it where needed.


Karl Wheeler has been working on a stolen vehicle case as well as a burglary.


D. Selectmen’s Business:


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


Meeting minutes for September 17th and 24th were approved.



E. ADJOURNMENT:


Meeting was adjourned at 10:05PM.


 


Respectfully Submitted,


Karen Luebkeman, AA