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Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from previous meeting.
  3. Discussed possible candidates for the Board of Appeals. Four people so far have expressed an interest. One was determined to be ineligible. Selectmen will continue to contact people – the board needs to have five members.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Reviewed and accepted minutes from previous meeting.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant # 19 ($73,966.29 )
  4. Answered questions from a resident in regards to a letter he received from the town Auditor.
  5. Reviewed the bank reconciliation report.
  6. The selectmen reviewed the list of foreclosed properties with treasurer Marti Gross. She stated that a couple of the (previous) property owners have made partial payments.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail
  2. Reviewed and accepted notes from previous meeting.
  3. Accepted a $50 donation from Kevin and Jacqueline Hill for the Vienna Fire Department (Basic Operation Account).
  4. Discussed foreclosed properties and a tentative date for opening bids. Selectmen will send out a flyer to all town residents and put a notice in the Kennebec Journal and the Vienna Website.
  5. Discussed with a town resident an issue with ditching on Klir Beck Road. Heavy rains have created issues with some of the ditches near Flying Pond.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #02 ($61,927.99).
  4. The selectmen assisted a representative of the state with property cards and lot locations.
  5. The selectmen reviewed and signed the January Bank Reconciliation report.
  6. Selectmen worked on the 2015 budget for the March Town Meeting Warrant.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #25 ($18,663.31) for 2014 bills.
  4. Reviewed and signed Warrant #1 ($23,879.80) for 2015.
  5. Chief Church reported that the Vienna Fire Department received a $1,000.00 matching grant. He also discussed with the selectmen a proposal of an additional bay to the side of the fire station. The Fire Department is in the process of having it drawn and getting bids on the project.
  6. Discussed 2014 Town Report.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. Reviewed and signed Warrant #23 ($24,417.08)
  4. Selectmen reviewed and discussed the Bank Reconciliation report from the bank.
  5. Discussed an issue of a car parking in the road way during plowing on the Mountain Road. (This issue has since been taken care of)
  6. The selectmen adopted the 2014-2015 Appendices to the General Assistance ordinance.

Selectmen's meeting

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes.
  3. Selectmen will vote to adopt the general assistant 2014-2015 appendices at the December 2nd meeting.
  4. The selectmen reviewed a letter from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles in reference to a follow up audit on the Town Clerk. No financial irregularities were found.

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