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Apr 052014
 

Zeoli BOSFollowing is the agenda for the Wednesday, April 9 Board of Selectmen’s Meeting at Town Hall 7:30 p.m.  

AGENDA 

  • Call to order
  • Fire Exits
  • Pledge of Allegiance
  • Introductions

Motion to close regular meeting and convene Public Hearing

PUBLIC HEARING 

  • Renewal of Public Dance Hall/Pool Room permits for (enclosures)
    • Bart A. Rivezzi, Corner Pocket Café
    • William Janikies, Grassy Hill Country Club
    • James Hassenmayer, Orange Ale House Bar & Grill
    • Philip Grande, Jr., Paugusset Club
    • Jack Kealey, Race Brook Country Club
    • Jason Ebert, RSVP Orange

 

Motion to close Public Hearings

VOTE

  • Renewal of Public Dance Hall/Pool Room permits

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

(2 minutes per speaker)

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

MINUTES

  • To consider and act upon the minutes of the Regular Meeting of March 12, 2014 (enclosure)

 

NEW BUSINESS

  1. To consider and act on the request from the Orange Players to waive the customary rental fees for the theatrical production “A Kick Out of Cole” at HPCC  (enclosure) – Marianne Miller, Orange Players
  1. To consider and act on the request for the abandonment of a no name right of way between Taft Road & Alling Road (enclosure) – Selectman Zeoli
  1. To consider and act on the request for a Paint Recycling Program at the Town Transfer Station (enclosure) – Selectman Zeoli
  1. To consider act on the request to approve the bid for replacing catch basin tops on Wheelers Farm Road (enclosure)
  1. To consider and act on the request to hang a banner to promote the Orange Volunteer Fire Department Carnival (enclosure) – Donald Foyer, OVFD Carnival Chair
  1. To consider and act on the request to authorize the First Selectman on behalf of the Board of Selectmen to execute the FFY 2013 State Homeland and Security Grant Program Region 2 Memorandum of Agreement (enclosure) – Selectman Zeoli
  1. To consider and act on the request to approve the contracts for funding of services at Silverbrook Estates (enclosure) – Sue Mauro, Administrator Silverbrook Estates
    1. Congregate and Rental Assistance Subsidies
    2. Housing Management Agreement
    3. DECD Management Plan
    4. Food Services contract with CW Resources
    5. Renewal of Security Contract with Securitas Security
    6. Renewal of Assisted Living Services Agreement between Utopia assisted Living services and Silverbrook Estates
  1. To consider and act on the approval of the tax refunds for April in the amount of $17,988.91 (enclosure)
  1. To consider and act on the request to put on the Suspense List the unpaid taxes      from 2010 in the amount of $57,084.69 (enclosure)

 

COMMITTEES

 

  1. Capital Planning – Selectman Okenquist
  2. Pension Board – Selectman Goldblatt
  3. Bond Construction Oversight – Selectman Goldblatt
  4. Personnel Committee – Selectmen Blake, Okenquist, Zeoli

 

Adjournment

FYI

  • Approved Minutes, February 12, 2014, February 19, 2014 & February 24, 2014
  • Invitation from the Tree Committee
  • Appointments/Re-appointments/Resignations
  • General Code Updates
  • Revenue & Expenditure Reports
  • Dates for Budget Hearing, Town Meeting and Referendum

Feb 192014
 

Peck Place School

Peck Place School

There is a Special Board of Selectmen’s meeting tonight at Town Hall at 5 p.m.

The Selectmen and Key School officials will discuss the proposed remediation work and costs at Peck Place School.

As you may know, the Board of Selectmen approved Phase 1 of the remediation plan at the Feb. 12 meeting.

Tonight, they will discuss Phase 2 and 3 (the proposed contingency plan is NOT on the agenda).

First Selectman posted the following on his Facebook Page:

“There seems to much confusion about tonight’s Board of Selectman’s meeting. The meeting is to discuss in further detail two contracts submitted by the OBOE for consideration. These are phase 2 and phase 3 for remediation work at Peck Place School. 

There is NO agenda item for Contingency plan as put out there by the OBOE. That would be a Legislative charge of the OBOE.

I anticipate better explanation in person than the one and two page documents forwarded to the Selectmen for consideration. Then action will be taken on the contracts.7

There is no other item on the agenda.”

At last Wednesday’s BOS meeting, I believe they said there won’t be any public comment section during this meeting.

Originally Published on: Feb 19, 2014 @ 13:51

Feb 172014
 

A view of a bamboo grove and how the rhizomes travel.

A view of a bamboo grove and how the rhizomes travel.

If you have been following the Board of Selectmen’s meetings over the past few months, you most likely are aware of a growing problem in Orange that demanded their attention.

Bamboo may be beautiful, with its graceful stalks and flowing leaves, but in a town such as Orange, where many residents have septic systems and homes in close proximity to their neighbors, one simple planting of bamboo can lead to a nightmare situation for the homeowner and their neighbors.

Bamboo roots spread and travel underground far from the visible plants and new shoots can pop up just about anywhere. They are strong enough to tear up patios and foundations and destroy septic systems.

After much consideration, the Board of Selectmen came up with an ordinance for the town of Orange that expands on the state statute defining running bamboo as a nuisance.

Look over this entire ordinance so you will be aware of your rights if you have bamboo on your property or if a neighbor has bamboo that is invading your space.

Existing bamboo will appear on land records, so potential new homeowners won’t have any surprises.

TOWN OF ORANGE

NOTICE OF AMENDMENT OF SECTION OF CODE

In accordance with Section 3.4 of the Charter of the Town of Orange, notice is hereby given to the legal voters and those persons qualified to vote in Town Meetings of the Town of Orange that on February 12, 2014 the Orange Board of Selectmen amended a Section of the Code of the Town of Orange, by adding a new Chapter 175 – An Ordinance, adopted Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. Section 7-148 (c) (7) (E), Defining Running Bamboo As A Nuisance And Adopting Regulations For the Control of Running Bamboo.

CHAPTER 175

AN ORDINANCE, ADOPTED PURSUANT TO CONN. GEN. STAT. §7-148 (c) (7) (E), DEFINING RUNNING BAMBOO AS A NUISANCE AND ADOPTING REGULATIONS FOR THE CONTROL OF RUNNING BAMBOO

 

SECTION I. PURPOSE AND INTENT.

The Town of Orange, through Board of Selectmen, has determined that running bamboo, as defined herein, is a nuisance.  The purpose of this Ordinance is to preserve and protect private and public property from the damaging spread of running bamboo grasses and to protect indigenous plants and the wildlife they support from the invasive spread of such bamboo.

 

SECTION II. DEFINITIONS.

Running Bamboo – Any bamboo in the genus Phyllostachys, including Phyllostachys aureosulcata, including rhizomes.

Running Bamboo Owner(s) – Any property owner(s) who, or which, have Running Bamboo planted in the ground on their property, even if the Bamboo has spread onto their property from an adjoining property.

Buffer Zone – A distance of at least 100 feet from any abutting property or public or private right of way.

D. Town – The Town of Orange, New Haven County, State of Connecticut.

E. Enforcement Officer – The zoning enforcement officer and/or the inland wetlands and watercourses enforcement officer may enforce the provisions of this Ordinance.

Notice – Any written notice by, from or on behalf of the Town, notifying the Running Bamboo Owner(s) that they are in violation of this Ordinance and directing them to cure or fix the violation. Such Notice shall conform with section 195-8 of the Town Code and shall be sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, addressed to the owner(s) listed on the current tax address on file with the Town. A copy may also be posted on the property in question.

Receipt of Notice – Receipt of the Notice required herein shall be three days after the date of mailing of said Notice, or, if applicable, posting of the Notice on the property in question, whichever is earlier.

 

SECTION III. NO PLANTING OF RUNNING BAMBOO.

A. Pursuant to Conn. Gen. Stat. §7-148 (c) (7) (E), Running Bamboo is determined to be a nuisance and the planting of Running Bamboo is prohibited in the Town.

B. Any existing Running Bamboo may not be replanted or replaced after any such existing Running Bamboo has died or been removed.

Any person who plants or replants Running Bamboo within the Town limits after the effective date of this Ordinance shall be in violation of this Ordinance and shall be subject to the penalties set forth herein.

 

SECTION IV. REGULATION OF AND LIMITATIONS ON EXISTING RUNNING BAMBOO.

Any Running Bamboo already in existence on any property within the Town limits as of the effective date of this Ordinance, may remain on such property, subject to the following regulation: Running Bamboo shall not be permitted to exist within any Buffer Zone.

B. Running Bamboo Owner(s) shall take all necessary measures to ensure that any Running Bamboo on their property does not exist within any Buffer Zone.  Such measures shall include, but are not limited to, cutting down Running Bamboo existing in the Buffer Zone and physically removing or applying herbicide the rhizomes or spraying any regrowth for several years until the Running Bamboo is dead and, if the removal of the Running Bamboo is impracticable, then by installing a barrier of impenetrable material and placed no less than 25 feet from the property line at a sufficient depth to prevent any growth of Running Bamboo within any Buffer Zone.

No person shall cause Running Bamboo or the rhizomes of Running Bamboo to be deposited, discarded or otherwise placed into compost or mulch or disposed of at the Town Transfer Station. 

This Ordinance shall not be deemed to alter any rights at common law, as provided by P.A. 13-82 or otherwise that any property owner may have to recover the cost of removal of Running Bamboo on their own property from another property owner from whose property the Running Bamboo has spread.

 

SECTION V. REMOVAL OF RUNNING BAMBOO.

If Running Bamboo on any property grows in or into any Buffer Zone or if Running Bamboo is discovered to have been deposited, discarded or otherwise placed into compost or mulch, the Town, through its Enforcement Officer(s), shall give Notice to the Running Bamboo Owner(s), as required by this Ordinance, that the said Owner(s) are responsible for the extermination or removal of such Running Bamboo from the Buffer Zone.

Any Running Bamboo Owner(s) receiving Notice under this Ordinance shall remove all Running Bamboo that is in violation of this Ordinance within thirty (30) days of the Receipt of Notice, as defined herein.

In the event that any Running Bamboo Owner does not remedy and correct the violations set forth in any Notice issued by the Enforcement Officer, then Town, in accordance with Conn. Gen. Stat. §7-148 (c) (7) (E), may, upon the action of the Board of Selectmen, abate and remove any Running Bamboo that is in violation of this Ordinance, take all reasonable action to eradicate its re-growth and restore any real property to its natural condition.  The Running Bamboo Owner(s) shall be liable to the Town for the costs of the abatement and removal of the Running Bamboo.

 

SECTION VI. PENALTIES.

Any property owner, whether a person, firm, corporation, or other legal entity, violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be subject to the following penalties, upon conviction of such violation:

A. A fine in the amount of $250.00 shall be assessed for each day on which a noticed violation remains in existence beginning thirty (30) days following the Receipt of Notice.

Each day on which the violation occurs shall constitute a separate offense under this Ordinance.

 

SECTION VII. APPEAL

Any property owner receiving Notice under this ordinance may contest his or her liability before a citation hearing officer in accordance with section 195-8 of the Town Code.

 

SECTION VIII. SEVERABILITY CLAUSE.

If any part of this Ordinance is found to be unconstitutional, illegal or invalid, for any  reason, such unconstitutionality, illegality, or invalidity shall not affect any of the remaining provisions or parts of this Ordinance and those remaining provisions shall remain in full force and effect.

 

SECTION IX. EFFECTIVE DATE.

This Ordinance shall become effective twenty-one (21) days after its publication in a newspaper having circulation within the Town.

Notice of Amendment of Code adding a new Chapter 175 – An Ordinance, Adopted Pursuant To Conn. Gen. Stat. Section 7-148 (c) (7) (E), Defining Running Bamboo As A Nuisance And Adopting Regulations For the Control of Running Bamboo dated at Orange, CT this 14th day of February 2014.

 

Originally Published on: Feb 14, 2014 @ 15:05

Dec 122013
 

Selectmen Mitch Goldblatt and John Carangelo settled in at Wednesday's Selectmen's Meeting.

Selectmen Mitch Goldblatt and John Carangelo settled in at Wednesday’s Selectmen’s Meeting.

With the recent election, came a new member to the Board of Selectmen – and the first meeting after the inauguration brought a bit of musical chairs to the table.

For the past couple of years, if you were facing the front of the room, on the right side of the table Joe Blake was next to First Selectman Jim Zeoli, next to Blake was Judy Williams then John Carangelo.

On the left side, Mitch Goldblatt was opposite Carangelo and Ralph Okenquist between Goldblatt and administrative assistant Mary Shaw.

Joe Blake (D) retired after 34 years on the board and Ken Lenz (D) is new to the team. But the seating at the big table has changed quite a bit.

Goldblatt is still on the last seat on the left, but Carangelo moved across the way and is seated between Goldblatt and Shaw.

The front and right side of the Selectmen's Table.

The front and right side of the Selectmen’s Table.

Okenquist took Blake’s old seat on the front right side, Williams remains in the center and Lenz rounds out the table on the right end.

Why is this important?

Maybe it’s not, but I do recall having a conversation with someone at election time about whether or not the incumbents would keep the same seats or move around.

Wednesday night’s meeting had some meaningful dialogue and Lenz was not shy about participating.

Everyone seemed friendly and civil to one another. It was actually pleasant to see. If this is any reflection of how the next couple of years will be — Orange is in good shape.

Nov 142013
 

Screen shot 2013-04-24 at 1.26.43 AMWho would have thought in 1979 when a young man named Joseph Blake was elected as a member of the Board of Selectmen that he would be leaving the position by choice 34 years later?

Town Clerk Patrick O’Sullivan brought up the following fun facts during Wednesday’s Selectmen’s meeting — Blake’s last one of his career.

During the time that Joe was on the Board there have been 6 presidents (Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H W Bush, Bill Clinton, George W Bush and Barack Obama), 6 governors (Ella Grasso, William O’Neil, Lowell Weicker, John Rowland, Jodi Rell, and Dannel Malloy), and 6 Orange First Selectmen.

“And 1 wife,” Blake added.

Selectman Ralph Okenquist said he has served with Joe for 12 years. “You couldn’t ask for a better person. He’s been an advocate for the veterans and loves to support the country,” Okenquist said “At the end of each meeting Joe says, ‘God bless the troops.’”

Selectman Mitch Goldblatt said, “It’s bittersweet saying goodbye. You’re a legend. All the school kids know you.”

A young Joe Blake when he was seated on the Board of Selectmen in 1979.

A young Joe Blake when he was seated on the Board of Selectmen in 1979.

Goldblatt reminisced, “I remember when you were making your own campaign signs by hand. The art of politics is compromise — you always call for compromise.”

Blake took a moment to thank his fellow selectmen for their kind words and years of friendship. He left them with these words of wisdom, “Don’t listen to your politics, listen to your heart.”

Retirement Party

The public service career of Selectman Joe Blake will be celebrated at a retirement party on Friday, Jan. 31 at Grassy Hill Country Club, 441 Clark Lane, at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets are $60 per person. Dinner choices are baked stuffed chicken, baked scrod, and eggplant parmesan. Reservations may be made through the First Selectman’s Office at Town Hall, 617 Orange Center Road, Orange.

First Selectman Jim Zeoli said this is a non-political, non-partisan town event. Instead of buying a gold watch or other chachki, money will be donated to a charity of Joe Blake’s choice.

We will miss Joe Blake and his presence on the Board of Selectmen. Have a long and happy retirement.

 

Oct 152013
 

An aerial shot of the parking area of the Turkey Hill Preserve (prior to paving).

An aerial shot of the parking area of the Turkey Hill Preserve (prior to paving).

At the Oct. 9 Board of Selectmen’s meeting the subject of a proposed cell tower on the Turkey Hill Preserve was on the agenda.

Verizon Cellular submitted plans that took some of the selectmen by surprise.

Initially, the tower was proposed for a certain location, but the latest map showed it going through a wetland area.

The Conservation Commission is against it according to First Selectman Jim Zeoli. 

Selectman Mitch Goldblatt said, “We still need more information, the accessibility is unclear.”

The Board agreed that the item should be tabled until the next meeting and they should have more information by then.

Oct 112013
 

Screen shot 2013-10-09 at 7.48.17 PMThe following is a list of the regular agenda items at this week’s Board of Selectmen’s meeting, and the results of their votes on each item.

 

To consider and act on the proposed contract between the Town and the Dispatchers Union  -  Labor Counsel Michael J. Dorney, Esq

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request from the Lion’s Club to waive the customary rental and janitorial fees for their Annual Thanksgiving Dinner scheduled for Sunday, December 1, 2013 at HPCC (enclosure) – Ann Carollo, Secretary – Orange Lions Club

NOTE: This dinner is available to seniors and others who don’t have any other place to go for Thanksgiving. Get your reservations in at the Orange Community Services ASAP so the Lions will have enough turkey and fixings for everyone.

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for snowplowing services (enclosure)Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works

This was to approve a couple of extra contracted snow plow drivers to help keep the roads clear this winter in the event of another monster snow season like 2012.

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for sodium chloride (rock salt)(enclosure) Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works

The cost is $52.46 per ton (lower than last year)

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for professional services consultant selection – architectural services (enclosure) – Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works

This is work on the South Wing of High Plains — The meeting rooms in the long hallway.

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request to approve the Schedule of Regular Board of Selectmen meeting for 2014-2015 (enclosure)

They are all scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday of each month

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request from the Orange Players to waive the customary rental fees for the theatrical production “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” at HPCC(enclosure) – Marianne Miller, Orange Players

Tickets are $20. Call 203-988-5335 for the box office. All agreed that they put on excellent performances.

Unanimously approved

 

To consider and act on the request to approve the tax refunds totaling $4019.44(enclosure)     

None of the selectmen was on the list.

 

Unanimously approved

Oct 082013
 

town-of-orangeThe regular Board of Selectmen’s meeting for the month of October will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 9 in the lower level meeting room of Town Hall at 7 p.m. Don’t worry if you’re a little late, as an executive session regarding personnel contracts will take up some time at the beginning of the meeting.

  • Call to order

 Close Regular Meeting and convene Executive Session.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

  • Discussion on the proposed contract between The Town of Orange and the Dispatchers Union (enclosure) –  Labor Counsel Michael J. Dorney, Esq

 

Close Executive Session and convene Regular Meeting.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

 

(2 minutes per speaker)

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

MINUTES

  • To consider and act on the approval of the minutes of the September 11, 2013 Regular Meeting of the Board of Selectmen (enclosure)

NEW BUSINESS

  1. To consider and act on the proposed contract between the Town and the Dispatchers Union  -  Labor Counsel Michael J. Dorney, Esq
  2. To consider and act on the request from the Lion’s Club to waive the customary rental and janitorial fees for their Annual Thanksgiving Dinner scheduled for Sunday, December 1, 2013 at HPCC (enclosure) – Ann Carollo, Secretary – Orange Lions Club
  3. To consider and act on the request  to close off Lincoln Road at Wilson and Fairlea on October 21, 2013  – Selectman Zeoli
  4. To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for snowplowing services  (enclosure)Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works
  5. To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for sodium chloride (rock salt) (enclosure) Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works
  6. To consider and act on the request to approve the bid for professional services consultant selection – architectural services (enclosure) – Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works
  7. To consider and act on the request to approve the Schedule of Regular Board of Selectmen meeting for 2014-2015 (enclosure)
  8. To consider and act on the request from the Orange Players to waive the customary rental fees for the theatrical production “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” at HPCC (enclosure) – Marianne Miller, Orange Players
  9. To consider and act on the request to approve the tax refunds totaling $4019.44 (enclosure)

COMMITTEES

  • Pension Board – Selectman Goldblatt

Capital Planning – Selectman Okenquist

 

HPCC Renovations – Selectman Blake

Personnel – Selectmen Blake, Okenquist, Zeoli

Adjourn meeting

FYI

 

  • Approved Minutes of August 14, 2013 Regular Meeting

Revenue and Expenditure Reports

Holiday Donation Flyer

Trunk or Treat Flyer

Aug 152013
 

Case Memorial Library needs a new roof and paint job.

Case Memorial Library needs a new roof and paint job.

Under the New Business section of the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Wednesday, the following issues were discussed and voted upon.

To consider and act on the bid recommendation for mill and pave of Lambert Road  – Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works

Savarese requested that motorists please drive carefully on the milled surface after work begins next week.

Milling done by Garrity and paving by Tilcon.

Funding comes from the bond money.  Completely rebuild the road.

Board voted unanimously in favor.

To consider and act on the bid recommendation for the Case Memorial Library Roof Replacement/Painting  – Stephen Savarese, Director of Public Works

Recommended by the bond committee. Beginning in September, Roof will be replaced first, painting would be done at a later date.

Vogel Roofing was the low bidder.

To consider and act on the request from the American Cancer Society to use the fairgrounds May 31-June 1, 2014 for the Relay for Life event  and waive the room charges for organizer’s meetings prior to the event.

Unanimously approved

To consider and act on the approval of a sign for Ewen Farm Preserve – James Zeoli, First Selectman

Waiting for the two signs to come in. Funding will come from a contingency fund.

Unanimously approved.

To consider and act on the request to conduct the Platt Tech 5K Race and Fun Walk in Orange

Unanimously approved.

To consider and act on the request from Verizon Wireless to lease land for a cell tower at Turkey Hill Preserve  Selectman Zeoli

Verizon is looking for a 100′ X 100′ spot for a tower with revenue that would benefit the town.

The Conservation Commission said they did not recommend the tower.

Turkey Hill Preserve is 376 acres and it could be out of the public’s view.

Goldblatt said if it is not allowed on town property then the town would not have any control over it. but more information was needed. He suggested that they ask the Police Department if there is a communication problem in that area.

Zeoli has concerns because Verizon would have to get power to it, which would mean disturbing some land and possible blasting. He is not crazy about putting it on that site.

Joe Blake said the tower would “only be” 120′ tall, but more discussion has to be done before the board can make a decision.

Ralph Okenquist said Verizon should make a presentation and show the need for it.

Zeoli will call Verizon and tell them they need more information.

To consider and act on the approval of the Board of Selectmen Annual Town Report for FY 2012-2013

Unanimously approved

To consider and act on the request to approve the tax refunds for the month of August in the amount of $958.08

Unanimously approved

Aug 142013
 

town of orangeDuring tonight’s Board of Selectmen’s meeting, the subject of giving raises to the First Selectman, Town Clerk and Tax Collector, which was first discussed in the May meeting, Selectman Ralph Okenquist opened the discussion.

Using information from the Finance Office were time sheets for certain employees. Okenquist said First Selectman Jim Zeoli is down for 37 hours per week when he actually works closer to 50-60 hours per week.

A breakdown of the hours and salaries reflect to the approximate following hourly pay:

The Building inspector averages $29.93 per hour; the first selectman averages about $31 per hour; Park & Rec Director avg $36.60; and the Orange School Business Administrator averages $46 per hour.

Okenquist put out the numbers from similar towns and stated everyone makes more money than the Orange first selectman — $3,000 below the average.  He has no human resources manager, etc, yet he is the second lowest paid in the group.

Selectman Mitch Goldblatt disagreed with the way the numbers were calculated.  He said a fair raise for the first selectman would be 4% not 7% /$85,000 nothing more

Selectman John Carangelo said 7% is a fair and reasonable rate and the First Selectman deserves to be paid a fair and reasonable rate.

Selectman Joe Blake agreed that the first selectman should get a 7% raise because of all the responsibilities the position requires.

Okenquist made a motion to raise the First Selectman’s salary to $88,000 for the next two years.

Zeoli said the budgets of the towns that the first selectman, town clerk and tax collector operate under are vastly different from town to town.  People in these positions with $14 million town budget make more than Orange’s employees, while Orange has a much higher town budget. “I’m not in it for the money, I do it for the town,” he said.

Okenquist made a motion that the Tax Collector and Town Clerk both receive a salary of $60,000 for the next two years, reflecting a 7.4% raise.

All three salaries were approved [though not unanimously for the First Selectman.] The First Selectman’s position received closer to a 4% raise, which comes to a little more than $5,000 over 2 years.

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