Government Exposé Video | April 7, 2016

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Video Notes

Welcome to the Tamworth New Hampshire Selectmen meeting from 4/7/16. The Selectmen: John Roberts, James Hidden and Steve Gray, convene there meetings at Tamworth Town Offices, 84 Main Street, Tamworth, NH. and this meeting began at 4:00 pm. The video jump points are selectable within the meeting notes below:


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0:00:05

Departmental reports; Chief of Police; Penny Colby; update regarding police officer applicants; certification origination; Massachusetts; back ground checks; medical; conditional employment; officer wage and salary; overtime; Selectmen to meet; 5:30 pm Monday, April 11; [Note: if this meeting is to hire or discuss hiring of an employee, the Selectmen will need to go into Non Public, per RSA 91-a: (b) Any motion to enter nonpublic session shall state on its face the specific exemption under paragraph II which is relied upon as foundation for the nonpublic session. The vote on any such motion shall be by roll call, and shall require the affirmative vote of the majority of members present, III. Minutes of meetings in nonpublic session shall be kept and the record of all actions shall be promptly made available for public inspection, except as provided in this section. Minutes and decisions reached in nonpublic session shall be publicly disclosed within 72 hours of the meeting, unless, by recorded vote of 2/3 of the members present taken in public session, it is determined that divulgence of the information likely would affect adversely the reputation of any person other than a member of the public body itself, or render the proposed action ineffective, or pertain to terrorism, more specifically, to matters relating to the preparation for and the carrying out of all emergency functions, developed by local or state safety officials that are directly intended to thwart a deliberate act that is intended to result in widespread or severe damage to property or widespread injury or loss of life. This shall include training to carry out such functions. In the event of such circumstances, information may be withheld until, in the opinion of a majority of members, the aforesaid circumstances no longer apply.]


0:03:48

Public comments; GovernmentOversite.com; Carroll County registrar of deeds goes online;


0:05:21

Department report; Transfer station; compactor; recycling containers; shipping costs; department communication; heavy duty containers; Waste Management contract; Ricker Salvage; Northern; tractor radiator leak; average weight of deliver weight; adjusting quote;


0:11:16

Welcome to Tamworth sign installations; fourth of July; cook book; wooden tokens; commemorative book; LRPC (Lakes Region Planning Commission) meeting presentation of invasive insects; Economic Development meetings; career day; August 6, 2016;11am -1 pm; Barnstormers schedule; Career presentations; training; cookbook recipes;


0:18:51

Selectmen updates; Steve Gray; Civc Association meeting; Tamworth Village Association; Association members; Remmick Farm septic field failure; Increased size of field; Grant funding;


0:21:34

Jim Hidden; Economic committee; 250th committee; Easter egg hunt; Town Mosaic; Brett School; Cemetary Trustees; Location of Christmas tree; sleeve to hold tree;


0:22:55

Representatives from Check Mate present their product and services;


0:59:55

Administrator update; Selectmen meeting minutes; March 4, 2016; Motion; 2nd; approved; Non public minutes- March 24, 2016; Motion; 2nd; Two other Non public March 24, 2016 of the same night; Motion; 2nd; unanimous; Note: 91-a:3 III Minutes and decisions reached in nonpublic session shall be publicly disclosed within 72 hours of the meeting, unless, by recorded vote of 2/3 of the members present [have sealed the minutes] (b) Any motion to enter nonpublic session shall state on its face the specific exemption under paragraph II which is relied upon as foundation for the nonpublic session. The vote on any such motion shall be by roll call, and shall require the affirmative vote of the majority of members present.


1:01:30

Payroll manifest; March 31, 2016, $15,540.07 transfer for Direct Deposit; 8,771.97 transfer of Federal tax of $4,953.43; Motion; 2nd; unanimous; Accounts payable; $257,328.88; motion; 2nd; unanimous; Check register; $257,328.88; motion; 2nd; unanimous; Four notices for intent to excavate; [locations];


1:03:05

Job descriptions; Teresa Williams; Wakefield; planning board website updates; webmaster; website update process; controlling access to website updates; conservation commission; library; DRA reports; MS 42; NHRS Audit report; Draft financial Statements; LRPC paving schedule change request; District 3 DOT;


1:06:34

Farmers market parking meeting with Selectmen; BMSI training; rates; 22- 25?; Selectmen Job description reviews; cross training requirement; [Discussion of process of posting positions]; work load; recent recruits;


1:15:31

Letter from NHMA in regards to requests; before 2010;


1:16:47

Public comments; Planning minutes; Septic system issue; planning board updates; Deed in regard to a recent boundary line adjustment; interactions with NHMA; attorney client information; NHMA Tamworth officials communications; Check Mate; Wakefield opinion; Hookset; timeline of decision; Selectmen hallway computer; installation; 8.5 hours left in contract with I.T; $5,500; location of computer installation; printer installation; copy charges; copy history; encumbered funds for G.I.S;

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