TOWN OF RUTLAND

SELECT BOARD



MINUTES: February 25, 2014

Board members present: Steve Hawley, Joe Dicton and Don Chioffi

The Meeting opened at 6:55 P.M.

All rose for the Pledge of Allegiance to the United States Flag.

The Board took questions from the floor. Town resident Mr. Jim Hall expressed his opinion regarding changes he would like to see made to the annual Town Report for next year.

Clerk & Treasurer: Ms. Marie Hyjek :

  1. Reported to the Board regarding various Town Clerk matters.

Regional Planning Commission Mr. Fred Nicholson:

  1. Was present and had no report

Transportation Council & SWAC: Mr. Charles Shields :

  1. No meeting, no report.

Town Road Commissioner: Mr. Byron Hathaway:

  1. Reported to the Board regarding various town highway matters.

Planning Commission Chairman: William Matteson:

  1. Reported to the Board regarding Planning Commission activities.

Town resident Mr. Dana Peterson met with the Board and submitted his suggestions as to what should be changed in the Board's proposed Solar Facility Siting Standards. Mr. Peterson reviewed his submital with the Board and he answered questions raised by Board members as well as those in the audience.

Town resident Mr. David Fucci also addressed the Board and questioned Mr. Peterson for not reaching out to Cold River Road residents and soliciting their thoughts regarding the planned Cold River Road Solar farm.



Town Lister Mr. Howard Burgess met with the Board and requested that the Board establish $10.000.00 in inventory as the cut off for Town assessments for inventory. Mr. Dicton moved to establish $10,000.00 in inventory as the cut off for receiving a tax bill from the Town. Mr. Hawley made a second to the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

Police Chief Ed Dumas reported:

  1. Not present.

Town Administrator: Mr. Joseph Zingale reported:

  1. Not present.


Fire Chief: Mr. Frank Cioffi reported:

  1. Not present.

Recreation Director: Mr. Mike Rowe reported:

  1. Not present.

Mr. Dicton moved to close the meeting at 9:00 P.M. Mr. Hawley made a second to the motion. The motion passed unanimously.

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