Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Live reporting - closing

House Ways and Means budget is calling for an increase of $350,000 over and above the Governor's budget

All budgets done by FinCom except for Schools, the budget is balanced
The budget is a little easier than the past several years when we were cutting jobs

Earth day this weekend, register through the DPW website

National Grid will be coming to the next Council meeting to discuss storm preparation and response

Pfeffer, facilities manager
Nutting, coming to the next meeting

Vallee, met with Dean recently to discuss contribution to the community

Kelly, I think it would be good to have Dean present on what they do for the community
Powderly, not to single out Dean, the largest non-profit using our resources and not paying taxes. It would be educational to see what they are doing and how equitable it is.
Jones, discuss at the next Economic Development Committee meeting to work on a set of question for the student. Do need to have continued communications.
Pfeffer, Dean has grown from a junior college, to a full college. Is everyone aware of the opportunities that Dean provides?
Mercer, I can remember back some time that met quarterly the Dean Council, a very helpful group, had regular communications between the two entities

Bissanti, how do we approach an available liquor license
Nutting, when we tripped over on population, and had a new one, we advertised, received applications and then the Council awarded. Can make a motion to put an item on the next agenda to discuss process
Bissanti made motion to review process to offer a new liquor license
motion passed 9-0 via roll call

Pfeffer questioning status of the trees in the front of town  hall
Bissanti, thanks to K+Councilor Jones efforts on the summit

Negotiations, Litigation, Real Property, as May Be Required

motion to go to executive session, passed 9-0 via roll call

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