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Madawaska Board of Selectmen, Finance Committee to meet March 9 |

MADAWASKA, Maine — The Madawaska Board of Selectmen will meet from 5-6 p.m. on Monday, March 9, 2020, followed by a joint meeting of the selectmen and the finance committee at 6 p.m. Both sessions will be held at the Madawaska Town Office council chambers.

AGENDA

Chairman Don Chasse will call the meeting to order and establish a quorum.

Article 1 Pledge of Allegiance.

Article 2 Public Participation.

Article 3 To Consider Other Business and Adjustments to the Agenda.

Article 4 To Consider the Treasurers Warrants.

Article 5 To Consider the Board of Selectmen Meeting Minutes of February 18, 2020, February 27, 2020, and the Board of Selectmen / Finance Committee of February 25, 2020.

Article 6 To Consider a Property Tax Poverty Abatement Application per 36 M.R.S.A § 841, Executive Session Recommended per 1 M.R.S.A. §405 (6) (F).

Article 7 To Consider a Request for Snowmobile Access on Town Property near the Central Building Supply Material Lot.

Article 8 To Consider Heating Oil (TSD) Bids Received for the 2020-2021 Season.

Article 9 To Consider a Solicitation by the County of Aroostook for Elected (1) Officials to Serve on the Aroostook County Jail Study Commission.

Article 10 To Consider a Recommendation to Increase the Town of Madawaska EMS Ambulance Services Insurance Billing Rates.

Article 11 To Consider the Renewal Madawaska EMS Ambulance Proposal for the Town of Frenchville.

Article 12 To Consider the Renewal Madawaska EMS Ambulance Proposal for the Town of St Agatha.

Article 13 To Consider a Renewal Proposal by Algonquin Energy Services for a One Year Energy Supply Contract.

Article 14 To Consider a Recommendation by the Recreation Dept. to Dispose of Old Unused Fitness Center Equipment.

Article 15 To Consider the VRF and NARAA Committee Reports.

Article 16 To Consider the Proposed Library Expense Budget, Department 400.

Article 17 To Consider the Proposed Public Works Expense Budget, Department 500.

Article 18 To Consider the Proposed Parks, Recreation & Maintenance Expense Budget, Department 600.

Article 19 To Consider the Proposed Town Wide Insurances Expense Budget, Department 700.

Article 20 To Consider the Proposed Intergovernmental Expense Budget, Department 710.

Article 21 To Consider the Proposed Social Services Expense Budget, Department 720.

Article 22 To Consider the Proposed Municipal Debt Expense Budget, Department 730.

Article 23 To Consider the Proposed Pollution Control Expense Budget, Department 960.

ADJOURNMENT

 

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