Wakefield Selectmen Meeting | May 28, 2014
Welcome to the Wakefield NH Selectmen meeting from 5/28/14. The Selectmen convene their meetings at 2 High Street, at the Wakefield Town Hall and the meeting began at 7:00 pm.
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Annette Perry, Union NH, discuses the Maple Street bridge repair; Engineering evaluations; inspections; Warrant article petitions; Fire hydrants; Fire truck access;
Review of bids; Parks and Recreation Dept; Parks and field work;
Review of road paving bids;
Highway Safety Grant; DWI; Sobriety check point; Selectmen signatures; Motion [Trombley] to accept the Highway Safety Grant; Second: [Paul] ; Vote: Unanimous;
Capital expenditures; 29,360; New police vehicle;
Annette Perry; Warrant article petitions;
Jim Miller, Clear View Channel 3, Wakefield resident, donation of a gavel.
Jim Miller, Clear View Channel 3, Wakefield resident, makes comment regarding the Sobriety Check point funded by the Highway safety grant.
John Fournier, DOT letter regarding Town Perambulation; Markers;
Ed Comeau, of GovernmentOversite.com and Brookfield Resident, comments on Sobriety Checkpoint use; the 4th Amendment; DWI effectiveness; Distracted driving;
Selectmen's letter of appreciation; Retirement of Paul Morrow;
Town Administrators update; perambulation; Clear View Channel 3 wages;
Payroll Warrant #11 62,466.62; Motion [Paul] to accept; Second [Twombley] Vote: Unanimous; Treasures Warrant #17 70,061.25; Motion [Paul] to accept; Second [Twombley] Vote: Unanimous.
Motion [Paul] to accept the minutes of May 14, 2014; Second [Twombley] Vote: Unanimous
Selectmen Connie Trombley announces that she is a Grandmother; Poor People's Pubs wins best Lobster Roll;
Past Wakefield Selectmen Meetings