Tamworth Selectmen Meeting | May 12, 2016

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Meeting Notes

Tamworth New Hampshire Selectmen meeting from 5/12/16. 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 5:00 pm.


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0:00:10

Review of Deeded properties; [Kim Trammell]; map 214 lot 143; map 214 lot 115; map 214 lot 116; map 214 lot 117; map 214 lot 142; map 410 lot 137; map 213 lot 034; map 420 lot 34 sub lot 100- manufactured mobile home, not occupied; return receipt notices; Motion to accept deeds read into record; [Roberts]; 2nd [Gray]; discussion regarding unoccupied manufactured home; Roberts-Y; Gray- Y; Hidden- N; motion carries;


0:08:00

Budget data; process of review; tax cards; copies; printing; septic plan copies;


0:11:37

Select board enters non public session per 91-A: 3 II (a); 2nd Hidden; Roberts- Y; Hidden- Y; Gray- gestures;


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Example (three member public body): page 68 or AG memorandum: Member 1: “Mr. Chairman, I move to enter into non-public session for the purposes of discussing a personnel matter pursuant to RSA 91-A:3, II (a).” Chairman: “Is there a second?” Secretary: “I second the motion.” Chairman: “This requires a roll call vote. The secretary will call the roll.” The secretary should then state each present member’s name out loud. The member should then state his or her vote out loud. Alternatively, the each member can state his or her vote out loud, typically going in order around the table. While the Right-to-Know law does not require a recorded roll call vote, the most effective way to document proper compliance with this requirement is to have the minutes reflect how each member voted.

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