TOWN OF SEDGWICK
November 26, 2013
The meeting was opened at 6 pm by First Selectman Neil Davis. Present were:
selectmen Neil Davis, Nelson Grindal and Victor Smith. Also present were Fire Chief
David Carter, CEO Duane Ford, Treasurer Cindy Reilly and Assistant Barbara Grindle.
Read and approved the minutes of the last meeting.
Signed the treasurer’s warrant for $299,221.49; education costs were $260,590.62,
RJD for the reassessment payment of $8,300, and the transfer station quarterly
payment of $24,907.25.
Old Business: Had a telephone conference between office staff, Steve Brown and
Steve Rollins of S.J. Rollins. Many questions asked and answered.
Will review the proposal and get back to Rollins with any further questions and
adjustments (his estimate was for 5 terminals, we only have 4 for example).
The cellar project is waiting for contractors.
The parking lot is in, but needs more compacting.
New Business: Barter Lumber wants access across the old dump site for hauling
trees as they cut on their woodlot. Selectmen checked the closing requirements
and determined that it would be within the limits to give permission as long as
they stay to the west of the dump area, and return any damage done to the
The sign has been replaced at the South Cross Road and Christy Ridge
The truck purchased by the fire department from Brooksville is now in service.
Fire department received a grant for one set of turnout gear from MMA.
CEO report: Not too much going on to report. The Planning Board
ordinance committee will meet to work on update changes.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 6:45 pm.