Meeting Minutes

 

Title:               Budget Committee Meeting

Date:               Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Location:        Westport Island Town Office Conference Room, 4:30 pm

Subjects:         Wiscasset Library and Community Center and Town Meeting Warrants

 

Objective:       Reach final agreement on the FY 2011-12 Town Meeting Warrant with the Selectmen

 

 

Proposed Agenda:

 

Topic

 

Type

Responsibility

Time

 

Review agenda and time durations and approve any changes.

Discussion

Consensus

All

4 :30

5 Min.

Action Item Review

Discussion

Consensus

All

4 :35

5 min

19 May Meeting Minutes Review

Discussion

Consensus

All

4 :40

5 min

Evaluation of Wiscasset Library Request

Discussion

Consensus

Dunbar

4 :45

5 min

Evaluation of Wiscasset Community Center Request

Discussion

Consensus

Dunbar

4 :50

10 min

Review FY 2011-12 Town Meeting Warrant

Discussion

All

5 :00

60 min

Public Comment

Discussion

Public

6 :00

5 min

Wrap up

Discussion

Consensus

Secretary

6 :05

5 min

 

Attendees:       David Blake, Dennis Dunbar, Bill Hopkins, Stan Lane, Mort Mendes, Susan Partelow and Gary Webber           

Facilitator:       Susan Partelow

Secretary:        Dennis Dunbar

 

 

 

 

 


Minutes from the June 08th, 2011

Meeting of the Budget Committee

 

The meeting was called to order by Chairman, Dennis Dunbar at 4:03 PM.  The following members/alternates were present: David Blake, Dennis Dunbar, Bill Hopkins, Mort Mendes, and Gary Webber, Stan Lane and Susan Partelow. In addition, the Board of Selectmen were in attendance: George Richardson, Jerry Bodmer and Ross Norton.

 

We briefly reviewed and approved the minutes from our May 19th meeting.

 

Data on the Wiscasset Library request and the Wiscasset Community Center was presented by Chairman Dunbar and discussed.  Notwithstanding the data analysis, it was agreed that the Budget Committee would not be taking a committee position on these donation requests, but would leave the value assessments up to the voters at Town Meeting.

 

The focus of this joint meeting with the Board of Selectmen was to review and discuss the final Warrant Articles and provide Budget Committee approval inputs.  A copy of the final warrant, with Budget Committee recommendations voted on at this meeting is attached. 

 

Below are the articles we changed at the meeting or did not complete at our joint Budget Committee/BOS meeting on the 8th and followed-up with an e-mail approval, after final figures were provided by the Treasurer, on June 17th. 

  • On article 27, we amended the article to add "or other appropriate" to the text and we approved that 7-0.
  • On article 28, Dunbar moved that the cost should be capped at an average for the three years (i.e. $102,774) instead of being front loaded.  (Approved 5-0)
  • On article 29, Dunbar moved that we cap the cost at $85,100, which is the sum of the amount authorized last year, plus the overrun amount (i.e. the actual amount spent last year).  The average cost for this account over the last seven years was $79,250 which included FEMA reimbursable costs of about $7,500 per year. For reference, here are our prior year actual costs:
    • FY 09-10:  $106,721
    • FY 08-09:  $89,976
    • FY 07-08:  $90,001
    • 2007:         $62,992 (est. based on change to fiscal year)
    • CY 2006:   $71,134
    • CY 2005:   $48,739 

(Approved 4-1)

  • We approved article 30 at the last meeting, but what the Selectmen recommend is a good idea.
  • On article 31, we voted to disapprove the reserve account.  What the Selectmen recommend seems reasonable - just set aside left-over FEMA funds.
  • On article 32, we approved that at the last meeting.

Respectfully Submitted: 

Dennis Dunbar, Secretary


 

 

Fiscal Year 2011-12 Wiscasset Library Request: $9,200

(Same request as last year)

 

 

 

Westport Island has 562 active cards including 56 for children.  Other information of interest as of last year:

  1. The library catalog has 37,094 items
  2. Patron visits were 35,583
  3. 64,886 items were circulated last year (the full catalog twice!)

The total proposed library budget for the coming year is $175,600.  Costs were proposed to be shared on a “per capita” basis by towns with Wiscasset expending about twice the per capita share as the outlying towns (Westport, Alna and Edgecomb).

 

At their annual town meetings, Alna approved $5,713 (what was requested of them), or $8.06 per capita based on a population of 709, and Edgecomb approved $5,000 (the request was for $9,077), or $4.00 per capita based on a population of 1,249 (note that Edgecomb also contributed $2,000 to the Boothbay Library bringing their total library support per capita to $5.60).

 

It seems the request of $9,200 ($12.81 per capita) is very high for us.  If we matched Alna's per capita rate, we would contribute $5,787.  If we matched Edgecomb's per capita rate, we would contribute $2,872.  As a reference, the total population of the member towns is 6,408, so the average per capita for the full budget is $27.40, indicating that Wiscasset is paying twice the rate requested of us.

 

For "non-residents" the annual cost of a library card is $30.  For our 562 members, if they had to pay that fee, the cost would be $16,860.  How many of our members are frequent users is not known. Many cards may no longer be actively used.

 

A contribution of $5,800 would be consistent, on a per capita basis, with Alna

 

 

 


Fiscal Year 2011-12 Wiscasset Community Center Cost Benefit Analysis

 For Westport Island Resident Rate – Request is for $8,000

(Same request as last year)

 

Membership Category

Membership Benefit ($)

Number of Memberships*

Cost Benefit

 ($)

Annual Family Memberships: $429 vs. $555

126

7+22

$882

Annual Adult Memberships: $280 vs. $412

132

4

$528

Annual Young Adult (18–25) Memberships: $175 vs. $255

80

0

0

Annual Youth Memberships: $138 vs. $198

60

4

$240

Annual RSU Student Memberships: $138 vs. 145

7

-

0

Annual Senior Citizen Memberships: $192 vs. $280

88

1

$88

Annual Senior Couple Memberships: $297 vs. $440

143

6+6

$858

Subtotal

-

22+28=50

$2,596

Quarterly Family Memberships: $139 vs. $187

48

-

 

Quarterly Adult Memberships: $86 vs. $129

43

-

 

Quarterly Young Adult (18–25) Memberships: $66 vs. $95

29

-

 

Quarterly Youth Memberships: $52 vs. $72

20

-

 

Quarterly Senior Citizen Memberships: $66 vs. $95

29

-

 

Quarterly Senior Couple Memberships: $95 vs. $143

48

-

 

Subtotal

-

-

 

Monthly Family Memberships: $77 vs. $103

26

-

 

Monthly Adult Memberships: $51 vs. $77

26

-

 

Monthly Youth Memberships: $27 vs. $41

14

-

 

Monthly Senior Citizen Memberships: $36 vs. $54

18

-

 

Monthly Senior Couple Memberships: $54 vs. $86

32

-

 

Monthly Young Adult (18–25)  Memberships: $36 vs. $54

18

-

 

Total

-

-

$2,598

*Memberships Data from 2009, which showed a benefit of $2,695.  We are still awaiting 2011 data.  2006 data indicated 124 members with a total benefit of $6,942

 

Recommend we consider using the Community Center Scholarship Program to cover membership differential for residents with need for financial assistance

 

 

Budget Committee Schedule

 

 

 

 

Group

 

Assignment

Assigned to

1

Compensation Articles

(4-9)

Mort

2

Committee Expenses

(10 – 13)

Bill

3

Facilities and Equipment Articles

(14 - 21)

Bill

4

Outside Services and Contingency Articles

(22 - 25)

Susan

5

Highways, Bridges and Snow Removal Articles

(26 - 29)

David/Bill

6

Protection Articles

(30 - 34)

Stan

7

General Assistance & Service Organizations Articles

(35 & 36)

Gary

8

Misc. Items & LD-1 Cap

(37 – 39)

Dennis

 

 


TOWN OF WESTPORT ISLAND, MAINE

WARRANT FOR THE JUNE 24 & 25, 2011 TOWN MEETING

 

State of Maine                                                                                                              Lincoln, ss.

 

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the inhabitants of said Town of Westport Island; in said county qualified by law to vote in Town affairs to assemble at the Town Hall in said Town on Friday, the 24th day of June, AD, 2011, at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon, and then and there to act on the following articles, to wit:

 

Article 1.          To choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting.

                       

Article 2.          The polls will be open at the Westport Island Town Hall on order of the Moderator and will close at eight o’clock in the evening for voting on the following:

                        To choose by secret ballot, a Third Selectman for a term of three years, 3 Budget Committee members for terms of three years each and to vote on the following referendum questions:

1.      To accept title to 200+ acres of coastal land, Tax Map 4, Lot 9

2.      To apply for a loan to support the acquisition of Tax Map 4, Lot 9.

                                                           

All other business under this warrant will be conducted upon the re-opening of the meeting on Saturday, June 25, 2011, at nine o’clock in the forenoon at the Westport Island Town Hall.

 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

 

Article 3.          To see if the Town will vote to approve the Building Code Ordinance as amended.  The Building Code Ordinance was first approved on June 11, 1998 and subsequently amended on November 7, 2006.  The current amendments were reviewed at public hearings on March 8 and April 12, 2011.

                       

                                                Recommended by the Planning Board and the Board of Selectmen.

 

Article 4.          An approved Municipal Flood Plain Management Ordinance is required for residents to purchase flood insurance.  Our ordinance was originally approved by the Town on November 7, 2006.  A 2011 review by the State of Maine has resulted in suggested revisions of dates, titles and minor changes in wording.  The amendments were reviewed at a public hearing held on April 12, 2011.

 

                                                Recommended by the Planning Board and the Board of Selectmen.

 

Article 5.          To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate the following amounts for officers’ salaries and to set the same.

                                                                                                                                            PROPOSED

                                                                   FY 2009-2010              FY 2010-2011            FY 2011-2012     

                        1st  Selectman                          $  3,420.                      $  3,420.                      $  3,420.

                        2nd Selectman                           $  3,420.                      $  3,420.                      $  3,420.

                        3rd Selectman                           $  3,420.                      $  3,420.                      $  3,420.

                        Chair of Selectmen                  $  3,195.                      $  3,195.                      $  3,195.

                        Assessing Support                    $  3,150.                      $  3,500.                      $  3,500.

                        Tax Coll./Treasurer/Admin.*   $23,710.                      $23,710                                   $27,144.

                        Municipal Agent*                    $11,370.                      $11,370.                      $11,370.

                        Town Clerk/Reg. of Voters*    $  4,790.                      $  4,790.                      $  6,024.

                        Custodian                                $  2,125.                      $  2,125.                      $  2,125.

                       

Constable                                 $     820.                      $     820.                      $     820.

                        E-911 Addressing Officer        $     820.                      $     820.                      $     820.

                        EMA Director                          $     900.                      $     900.                      $     900.

                        Harbor Master                          $     820.                      $     820.                      $     820.

                        Health Officer                         $     290.                      $     290.                      $     290.

                        TOTAL                                    $62,910                                   $62,910.                      $67,268.                                  *Plus fees.

                                                Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                    Recommended by the Budget Committee (6-0-1).

 

Article 6.          To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the employer portion of payroll taxes to be paid to the State of Maine and Social Security Administration for town employees.

                        Selectmen recommend that $6,340.00 be raised.

                       Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 7.          To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $267,996.96 for the second year’s debt service under the Tax Commitment note held by The First, N.A. for tax year July 1, 2009 to June 30, 2010 as approved at the 2010 Town Meeting.

Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                                 Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 8.          To see if the Town will vote to increase the property tax levy limit of $$435,341.00 established for Westport Island by State law in the event that the municipal budget approved under these articles will result in a tax commitment that is greater than that property tax levy limit.

 

                                                                        Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                                 Recommended by the Budget Committee (6-0-1).

 

Article 9.         To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for a Maine Certified Assessor to update assessment factors based on current values and handle assessments on new construction, land splits, transfers, state valuation returns and LD1; and for consultation with taxpayers, preparation and court time as required.

                                   

                        This to be paid to the Maine Certified Assessor at the rate of $55.00 per hour.  His estimate is 273 hours.  Invoices shall include the hours charged.

 

                          Recommended by the Selectmen that $7,500.00 be carried forward and $7,515.00 be raised.

                                                                                                                                         

                                                                        Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                                 Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 10.        To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $20,000.00 to set aside in a reserve account toward a revaluation to be completed in 2014/2015.

 

                                                                        Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                                 Recommended by the Budget Committee (5-2).

 

Article 11.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Boards and Committees to pay operating expenses including publication of newsletters and flyers, and to reimburse members for their out-of-pocket expenses.

                                                                                    Carried Forward             Raise                 Total

 

CEO/LPI                                                   $ 70.60                                              $70.60

Board of Appeals                                     410.00                                              410.00

EMA                                                              0.00                   100.00                           100.00         

Planning Board                                                      144.00                   656.00                           800.00

Tax Maps                                                   125.00                  1,000.00                       1,125.00         

Cemetery Committee                                 164.25                      35.75                           200.00

Wright Property Committee                   __100.00                                                   100.00

TOTAL                                                $1,013.85                $1,791.75                      $2,805.60

                       

Recommended by the Selectmen that $1,013.85 be carried forward and $1,791.75 be raised for a total of $2,805.60.

     Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 12.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for operation and minor maintenance of the Town Hall and for the Town Hall Reserve Account.

 

Selectmen and Town Hall Committee recommend that $800.00 be carried forward; a total of $5,200.00 be raised; $2,700.00 for operation and $2,500.00 for the reserve account.

                                                                       Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 13.        To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $2,500.00 to repair and replace 10 rotted window sills in the Town Hall.

                                               

  Recommended by the Town Hall Committee and the Selectmen.

               Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 14.        To see if the Town will raise and appropriate $3,400.00 to upgrade the lighting in the Town Hall.

 

                                                              Recommended by the Town Hall Committee.

              Not Recommended by the Budget Committee (2-5).

 

Article 15.        To see what sum the town will raise and appropriate for the History Committee to continue the assembly and preservation of historical town records.

 

Selectmen and History Committee recommend that $185.00 be carried forward and $365.00 be raised.

                                                                Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

 Article 16.       To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for committee members to be covered under the blanket insurance package provided through the Maine Municipal Association.

 

Recommended by the Selectmen that $38.50 be carried forward and $174.00 be raised to cover approximately 85 committee members.

     Recommended by the Budget Committee (6-1).

 

Article 17.        To see if the Town will authorize the Selectmen to apply for, accept, and expend, additional grant funds from the State, or other sources, for conservation or other approved projects on Westport Island.  As most grants require a share of matching funds from the Town, $5,000.00 is to be raised and set aside in a fund for such grant matches. No new project matches shall exceed $5,000.00 without voter approval. Unexpended funds will be carried forward in a Reserve account for grants for “Land for Westport Island’s Future” or other Town approved projects.

 

                        Recommended by the Selectmen that $5,000.00 be carried forward and $5,000.00 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 18.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Municipal Landing Account loan at The First, N.A.

                                                Recommended by the Selectmen that $24,000.000 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

 

 

 

Article 19.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Conservation Commission

to pay operating expenses for conservation activities, including study of conservation opportunities, trail work, maintenance of Clough Point Town Preserve, publication of newsletters and flyers, clean-up day and reimburse members for their our-of-pocket expenses.

 

Recommended by the Selectmen and the Conservation Commission that $288.00 be carried forward and $612.00 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 20.        To see if the Town will authorize the Conservation Commission to develop an Open Space Plan for the Town, as a needed step toward an update to the Town’s Comprehensive Plan, and to see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate.

 

                                    Recommended by the Conservation Commission that $468.00 be carried forward.

                                                                   Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                            Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 21.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the operation of the Town Office and maintenance of the Town Office Building:

 

 

 

 

FY 2010-2011

FY 2011-12

Advertising and Public Notices

 

 

$500.00

     250.00

Computer Tech Support

 

 

$4,440.00

  4,750.00

Dues & Books

 

 

$200.00

    1,348.00*

Election Expenses

 

 

$3,000.00

  3,000.00

Insurance

 

 

$15,000.00

12,500.00

Lien Filing & Discharging Costs

 

 

$1,800.00

  1,800.00

Office Supplies & General Expenses

 

 

$3,000.00

  2,750.00

Internet Hosting

 

 

 

     180.00

Postage

 

 

$1,500.00

  1,500.00

Annual Town Report & Meeting

 

 

$1,440.00

  1,500.00

Training

 

 

$400.00

     450.00

Electricity

 

 

$1,200.00

  1,200.00

Heat

 

 

$1,100.00

   2,275.00

Maintenance

 

 

$1,500.00

  1,225.00

Telephone

 

 

$1,400.00

  1,400.00

Building Security

 

 

$288.00

      288.00

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

 

 

$36,768.00

$36,416.00

                        *Includes MMA Dues.

                       

Recommended by the Selectmen to carry forward $4,500.00 and raise $31,916.00.                                      Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 22.        To see if the Town will vote to transfer $10,160.94 from the Undesignated Fund balance for the Town’s portion of Adult Education for school year 2009-2010.

                       

                                                                    Recommended by the Selectmen.

                                                            Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 23.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Capital Equipment Purchases Account for town office equipment.          

                       

Recommended by the Selectmen to carry forward the amount of $2,113.00

            Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 24.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for contingent expenses, and to authorize the Selectmen to transfer funds to other accounts as necessary.

 

                                  Recommended by the Selectmen to carry forward $6,526.00 and raise $3,474.00.

                               Recommended by the Budget Committee to have a total of $10,000.00 available (7-0).                  

 

Article 25.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for a legal fund to be used on approval by the Board of Selectmen.

   Recommended by the Selectmen that $8,675.00 be carried forward and $1,325.00 be raised.

       Recommended by the Budget Committee to have a total of $10,000.00 available (7-0).                

 

Article 26.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the town’s share of the Wiscasset Transfer Station operating expenses, and to authorize the Selectmen to negotiate and enter into a contract with the Town of Wiscasset on such terms as they deem to be in the best interest of the Town.

                                                Selectmen recommend the contracted price of $70,941.00 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

HIGHWAYS, BRIDGES AND SNOW REMOVAL

 

Article 27.        To see of the Town will vote to accept FEMA funds, as they become available, and to appropriate same for reimbursement to the Roads and Bridges Account or other appropriate account.

                                    Recommended by the Selectmen and the Budget Committee (7-0).

                                                           

Article 28.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Snow Removal and procurement of sand and salt.

                       

                                    Recommended by the Selectmen that $119,440.66 for contracted services, $31,850.00 for sand and $6,105.00 for salt be available; $8,436.00 be carried forward, $126,000.00 be transferred from Motor Vehicle Excise collected in 2011-2012 and $22,959.66 be raised.

The Budget Committee recommends a “not to exceed” cost of $102,774.00 for contracted snow removal services (5-0).

 

Article 29.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for maintenance of Town Roads and Bridges.

                                    Recommended by the Road Commissioner that $100,000.00 be available.

         The Budget Committee recommends a “not to exceed” cost of $85,100.00. (4-1)

 

Article 30.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for paving as recommended by the Road Commissioner.

                                    Recommended by the Road Commissioner that $25,000.00 be available.

Recommended by the Selectmen that $25,000.00 be transferred from the State Highway Account into a Town Road Paving Reserve Account.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (6-1).

 

Article 31.        To see if the Town will vote to raise and appropriate $20,000.00 for the establishment of an Emergency Only Road Maintenance Contingency Account.

                                                            Recommended by the Road Commissioner. 

The Selectmen and Budget Committee (4-1) recommend that $9,569.00 be carried forward from previously received FEMA funds.   

           

Article 32.        To see if the Town will vote to cover the overdraft of the Roads and Bridges appropriation approved at the June 19, 2010 Town Meeting with a portion of Motor Vehicle Excise Tax collected during the 2010-2011 fiscal year.

 

Selectmen and Budget Committee (7-0) recommend that $20,092.00 be used to cover the overdraft from 2010-2011.

 

PROTECTION

 

Article 33.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the Westport Volunteer Fire Department.

 

                        The Westport Volunteer Fire Department requests that the sum of $12,000.00 be raised; $6,000.00 for direct payment, and $6,000.00 for direct purchases.

 

   Recommended by the Selectmen and the Fire Department.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 34.        To see what sum the town will raise to fund the purchase of a new fire truck for the Westport Volunteer Fire Department.

                                                Recommended by the Westport Volunteer Fire Department.

                                                           

Article 35.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the training of residents in approved emergency medical technician courses. Trainees must make a suitable commitment to serve the Town of Westport Island.

 

                        Recommended by the Selectmen and the Fire Department that the balance of $520.00 be carried forward and $480.00 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 36.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for the fire department to be covered under the blanket insurance package provided through the Maine Municipal Association.

 

Recommended by the Selectmen and Fire Department that $920.00 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

GENERAL ASSISTANCE/SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS

Article 37.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for Support of the Poor.

Recommended by the Selectmen that $1,891.29 be carried forward and $108.71 be raised.

Recommended by the Budget Committee (7-0).

 

Article 38.        To see what sum the Town will raise and appropriate for each of the following Service Organizations:                                                                       

Raised                                    Requested         

                                                             2010-2011                                      2011-2012                                                                     

New Hope for Women, Inc.            $     710.00                              $     710.00

ME MidCoast Community Action    $     420.00                              $     420.00

Sweetser                                          $     924.00                              $     894.00

American Red Cross                        $     500.00                              $     500.00

Elmhurst                                          $     800.00                              $         0.00

Healthy Kids!                                  $  1,000.00                              $         0.00

Lincoln County Animal Shelter       $     330.00                              $     330.00

Wiscasset Library                            $  9,200.00                              $  9,200.00

Coastal Transportation                     $     400.00                              $     400.00

Wiscasset Community Center          $  8,000.00                              $  8,000.00  

Senior Spectrum                              $     701.00                              $     701.00

TOTAL                                            $22,985.00                               $21,155.00

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

Article 39.        To see if the Town will vote to set a date when taxes are due and payable and when interest shall accrue and establish an interest rate for delinquent taxes.

Recommended by the Selectmen that taxes be due and payable on July 15, 2011, and that interest accrue on taxes not paid by August 15, 2011 at the rate of 5.5% per annum (maximum allowed is 7.00%).

 

Article 40.        To see if the Town will vote to authorize the selectmen to dispose of tax acquired property according to state statutes. (Note: This article is required by State Law.)

 

                                    Recommended by the Selectmen

 

Article 41.        Motion to adjourn.

 

The Registrar of Voters will be available at the Town Meeting to correct any error in, or to change the name or address on the voting list, and to accept the registration of any person eligible to vote and to accept new enrollments.

 

You are hereby directed to serve this by posting at the Town Hall at least seven days before said meeting. Therefore fail not, and have the Warrant with your doings thereon at the above place and time.

 

Given under our hands this ______ day of June, 2011.

 

Respectfully Submitted,

Board of Selectmen of Westport Island

 

 

George D. Richardson, Jr.                             

 

 

 

Gerald A. Bodmer                               

 

 

 

Ross A. Norton

 

Attest:  Amos R. Greenleaf, Constable

Record by:  Pamela Frenier, Town Clerk