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Madawaska selectmen to meet Tuesday

MADAWASKA, Maine — The Madawaska Board of Selectmen and Finance Committee will hold a special joint meeting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23, at the Madawaska Safety Complex.

Board of Selectmen Chairman Doug Cyr will call the meeting to order and establish a quorum. 

Finance Committee Chair Chris Braley will call the meeting to order and establish a quorum. 

Pledge of Allegiance. 

Public Participation; closed to in-person participation, participation via written comments. 

This portion of the meeting is to allow the public to inform the Board regarding their concerns. During Board of Selectmen meetings closed to in-person public participation, persons interested in addressing the Board shall do so by submitting written comments to the Town Manager no later than noon on the day of the Board Meeting. Comments received will be distributed to the Board and read aloud. Please be advised that individuals addressing concerns will be placed on the Board’s next regular meeting agenda unless the issue addressed is one of an emergency nature. The Chairperson or Acting Chairperson will use his/her discretion as to whether action on any particular issue should be taken at this meeting. Items regarding personnel issues or town employees cannot be discussed in open session. Board Meetings can be viewed live by accessing the link on the Town’s website @ www.townofmadawaska.com or www.stjohnvalley.live.

ARTICLES OF BOARD OF SELECTMEN OF BUSINESS 

Article 1 

To Consider Union Labor Negotiations with the Madawaska Police Department / New England Police Benevolent Association, Inc., Executive Session Recommended: 1 M.R.S.A § 405 (6)(D)

Article 2

To Consider a Request by the Public Works Dept. to Purchase Payloader Mounted Street Broom Sweeper

ARTICLES BOARD OF SELECTMEN & FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Article 1 

To Consider the 1st Draft of the Town of Madawaska Municipal Budget. 

Adjourn

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