Carroll County Commissioners Meeting | November 5, 2015

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Meeting Notes

Welcome to the Carroll County NH Commissioners meeting from 11/5/15. Commissioners: David Babson, David Sorensen and Chris Ahlgren collectively administer the business of the County. The Board exercises budgetary control over County operations and prepares the annual budget for the approval by the County Delegation. The Board met at the County Administration Building, 95 Water Village Rd, Ossipee and began this meeting at 8:30 am.

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Pledge of Allegiance to the flag; acceptance of meeting minutes; October 28, 2015 as submitted; New transfer request form; Representative Ticehurst; Line item transfers, 8 total; Agencies; 1,857.60; 49,000; County attorney- 53,52 bar association registration;


Delegation transfer process; email deliberations; electric expenses; contingency fund; funding for audit; water back flow preventer valve for propane boiler;


Office supplies; tracking time to process line item transfers;


Fixed price contracts; no automatic renewals; septic system pumping due to Nursing Home "wipes" being flushed into septic;


Approval of Non Public minutes; 8 line item transfers; Verizon visit; John Rich; usage; plans; fiber optics; Bayring; Non public session 2 approval and sealing of minutes; Oct. 28, 2015 session 1 non public session acceptance; Brown University;


Discussion regarding the tuition for a culinary school within the old nursing home annex; 10,000 versus 2,000 per student; room and board;


Discussion regarding time being spent on culinary institute proposal; commitments from Delegation; roof repairs; history of probation proposal; Culinary institute lease;


Sorensen message to general public in regards to Culinary Institute proposal;


Public comment: [John Ruckenbrod] Agency line item transfers; Delegation Executive committee not following RSA 91-a: Executive Committee not posting meetings; Executive Committee deliberation and decisions made over email;


Will DeWitt, Farm Superintendent reports; hoop house winterizing; equipment maintenance; wood processor; cement floor of barn; Hay production;

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