RESULTS OF THE 2013 ANNUAL TOWN MEETING

TOWN OF CRANBERRY ISLES
RESULTS OF THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
MARCH 16, 2013

The 2013 Annual Town Meeting was held on Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the Great Cranberry Firehouse. The Meeting was called to order at 9:00 am by Denise McCormick, Town Clerk.

The following articles were acted upon as follows.

1. To elect by ballot a Moderator to preside at said meeting.

Barbara Meyers nominated Barbara Fernald.

6 Votes Cast, 6 Votes Barbara Fernald.

Town Clerk, Denise McCormick, swore the Moderator into office and the meeting proceeded.

2. To elect by ballot a Town Clerk for the ensuing year and to vote compensation.

Kate Chaplin nominated Denise McCormick.

6 Votes Cast, 6 Votes Denise McCormick

Recommended: $6825

Bruce Fernald motions to set compensation at the recommended $6,825, seconded by Donna Isaacs.

Unanimous vote to approve compensation.

3. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will approve the use of the
Maine Municipal Association’s recommended Maine Moderator’s Manual “Rules
of Procedures” for the conduct of this Town Meeting.

Charles Dunbar motions to approve, seconded by Louise Millar.

Unanimous vote to approve.

4. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will approve opening the
floor of this Town Meeting to all non-registered persons for the purpose of
discussion only on each of the following articles of this 2013 warrant.

David Thomas motions to approve, seconded by Louise Millar.

Unanimous vote to approve.

5. To elect by ballot a Selectman for the term of three years. (Term expiring: Richard Beal)

Karin Whitney nominated Richard Beal.

8 Votes Cast, 8 Votes Richard Beal.

6. To elect by ballot a Selectman for the term of two years. (To replace Christopher Hathaway who resigned in 2012).

Bruce Komusin nominated Charles Dunbar.

Sheila Krasnow nominated Roy Hadlock.

William Dowling motions to take a 5 minute recess to give Charles and Roy a chance to speak on why they would like to be Selectman, seconded by Karin Whitney. There was a majority vote to recess at 9:20 am.

At 9:25 a.m., the Moderator called the meeting back to order.

42 Votes Cast, 25 Votes for Charles Dunbar, 17 Votes for Roy Hadlock.

7. To vote compensation for all the Selectmen for the ensuing year.

Kaitlyn Duggan motions to set compensation at $2,000 for chairman and $1700 for the others, seconded by Kelly Sanborn.

Unanimous vote to approve.

8. To elect by ballot a Town Treasurer for the ensuing year and to vote compensation.

Charles Dunbar nominated Denise McCormick.

6 Votes Cast, 6 Votes Denise McCormick

Recommended: $9,975

David Thomas motions to set compensation at $9,975 seconded by Jeri Spurling.

Unanimous Vote to approve $9,975 for compensation.

9. To elect by ballot a Collector of Taxes and Collector of Excise Taxes for the ensuing year and to vote compensation.

Cory Duggan nominated Denise McCormick.

7 Votes Cast, 7 Votes Denise McCormick

Recommended: $25,725

Kate Chaplin motions to set compensation at $25,725, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

Unanimous Vote to approve $25,725 for compensation.

10. To elect by ballot a member of the Superintending School Committee for a term of three years. (Term expiring: Barbara Meyers).

Kate Chaplin nominated Barbara Meyers.

Sheila Krasnow nominated Kelly Sanborn.

Kelly Sanborn declined the nomination. 7 Votes Cast, 7 Votes Barbara Meyers.

11. To elect by ballot three (3) members of the Municipal Advisory Commission, which consists of seven elected volunteer property owners or registered voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles, who shall serve a period of three years each? (Terms expiring: Ron Axelrod, Malcolm Donald, Cory Duggan).

Ballot 1: Karin Whitney nominated Ron Axelrod.
Bruce Komusin nominated Malcolm Donald.

19 Votes Cast, 17 Votes, Ron Axelrod, 2 Votes Malcolm Donald.

Ballot 2: Bruce Komusin nominated Malcolm Donald.

10 Votes Cast, 10 Votes Malcolm Donald.

Ballot 3: Henry Isaacs nominated Cory Duggan.
Karin Whitney nominated Kelly Sanborn.

37 Votes Cast, 22 Votes Cory Duggan, 14 Votes Kelly Sanborn, 1 Vote Wesley Bracy Jr.

12. To vote the hourly rate of pay for Town Officials and Employees

Bruce Fernald motions to set hourly rates at $12 to $25, seconded by Beverly Sanborn.
Unanimous vote to approve.

13. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to collect interest at the rate of seven percent (7%) APR on all 2013 taxes not paid by December 01, 2013. Municipalities may, by vote, determine the rate of interest that shall apply to taxes that become delinquent during taxable year 2013 until those taxes are paid in full. The maximum rate of interest that can be charged per Title 36, MRSA §505.4 is seven percent (7%) APR.

Bruce Fernald motions to approve, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

Unanimous vote to approve.

14. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to allow a two percent (2%) discount on all taxes which are paid in full within thirty (30) days of the date shown on the original bill as submitted by the Tax Collector.

Jeremy Alley motions to approve, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Unanimous vote to approve.

15. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the Treasurer to expend funds in January 2014, February 2014, and March 2014 equal in aggregate to three twelfths (3/12ths) of the Operator’s Budget approved for the
Year 2013. This authorization will permit the Treasurer to prepare Financial Warrants for approval by the Board of Selectmen, prepare checks, and legally pay bills pending approval of the entire Operations Budget by the Voters in March 2014.

Jeri Spurling motions to approve, seconded by Bruce Fernald.

Unanimous vote to approve.

SCHOOLS (16A – 16Q)

Note: Articles 16A through 16K authorize expenditures in cost center categories

16A. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Regular Instruction for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to approve $261,075, seconded by Louise Millar.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16B. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Special Education for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to approve $35,155, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16C. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Career and Technical Education for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Kelly Sanborn motions to approve $-0-, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16D. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Other Instruction for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Kate Chaplin motions to approve $8,157, seconded by Patricia Bailey.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16E. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Student & Staff Support for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to approve, $18,511, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16F. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for System Administration for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to approve $14,232, seconded by Kelly Sanborn.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16G. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for School Administration for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Amy Palmer motions to approve $24,489, seconded by Barbara Meyers.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16H. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Transportation & Buses for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Kate Chaplin motions to approve $35,000, seconded by Barbara Meyers.

Majority vote to approve, 1 vote to oppose.

16I. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Facilities Maintenance for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to approve $$137,334, seconded by Jeri Spurling.

Majority vote to approve, 1 vote to oppose.

16J. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for Debt Service and Other Commitments for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Bruce Fernald motions to approve $-0-, seconded by Barbara Meyers.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16K. To see what sum the School Committee is authorized to expend for All Other Expenditures for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014.

Patricia Bailey motions to approve $-0-, seconded by Charles Dunbar.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Note: Articles 16A – 16K authorize a total budget of $ 533,953

Hand Count Required

Note: Articles 16L & 16M raise funds for the Proposed School Budget

16L. To see what sum the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will appropriate for the total cost of funding public education from kindergarten to grade 12 as described in the Essential Programs and Services Funding Act (Recommend $165,780) and to see what sum the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will raise as the Town’s contribution to the total cost of funding public education from kindergarten to grade 12 as described in the Essential Programs and Services Funding Act in accordance with the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 20-A, section 15688 for the period July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014.

Barbara Meyers motions to set the sums at $165,780 and $156,173, seconded by
Kelly Sanborn.

34 Votes Cast, 34 Votes Yes, 0 Votes No.
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Written Ballot Vote Required

16M. To see what sum the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will raise and appropriate in additional local funds for school purposes (Recommend: $ 276,014) for the period July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2014, which exceeds the State’s Essential Programs and Services allocation model by (Recommend: $ 272,476) as required to fund the budget recommended by the school committee.

The School Committee recommends $ 276,014 for additional local funds and gives the following reasons for exceeding the State’s Essential Programs and Services funding model by $ 272,476: The State funding model underestimates the actual costs to fully fund the 2013-2014 budget.

David Thomas motions to approve the recommended amounts, seconded by Barbara Meyers.

27 Written Ballots, 26 Votes Yes, 1 Vote No.

Note: Articles 16L & 16M raise a total town appropriation of $ 432,187

Hand Count Required

Note: Article 16N summarizes the proposed school budget and does not authorize any additional expenditures

16N. To see what sum the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will authorize the School Committee to expend for the fiscal year beginning July 1,2013 and ending June 30, 2014 from the Town’s contribution to the total cost of funding public education from kindergarten to grade 12 as described in the Essential Programs and Services Funding Act, non-state-funded school construction projects, additional local funds for school purposes under the Maine Revised Statutes, Title 20-A, section 15690, unexpended balances, tuition receipts, state subsidy and other receipts for the support of schools.

School Committee recommends $ 533,953

Barbara Meyers motions to authorize $533,953, seconded by Patricia Bailey.

32 Votes Cast, 32 Yes, 0 No.

16O. In addition to the amount in Articles 16A – 16N, shall the School Committee be authorized to expend such other sums as may be received from federal or state grants or programs or other sources during the fiscal year 2013-2014 for school purposes provided that such grants, programs or other sources do not require the expenditure of other funds not previously appropriated?
Current Year Totals: $ 22,000

Bruce Fernald motions to approve, seconded by Kelly Sanborn.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16P. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will authorize the school committee to have the Islesford School remain open for the 2013-2014 school year with a projected enrollment of approximately eleven students.

Beverly Sanborn motions to approve, seconded by Bruce Fernald.

Donna Isaacs motions to amend the article to read “the Ashley Bryan
School”, seconded by Christine Sandberg.

Unanimous vote to amend the article.

Beverly Sanborn motions to approve article as amended, seconded by Bruce
Fernald.

Unanimous vote to approve.

16Q. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will authorize the
school committee to have the Longfellow School remain open for the 2013-2014 school year with an unknown projected enrollment.

Charles Dunbar motions to approve, seconded by Patricia Bailey.

Unanimous vote to approve.

17. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to appropriate and expend sixty thousand dollars ($60,000.00) for capital roads projects on Great Cranberry Island, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary design and construction contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Nanette Hadlock motions to put article on the floor, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

After a lengthy discussion, Roy Hadlock motions to call the question, seconded by
Evelyn Boxley.
Unanimous vote to call the question.

2 Yes Votes, Majority Vote No. Article does not pass.

18. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the Selectmen to enter into a five (5) month lease agreement in 2013 with the Roman Catholic Bishop of Portland, Maine for use of the church land on Joy Road in Northeast Harbor, Maine, for parking of residents of, and visitors to, the Cranberry Isles.

Sheila Krasnow motions to approve, seconded by Beverly Sanborn.

Unanimous vote to approve.

19. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to appropriate and expend eighty-seven thousand dollars ($87,000.00) for capital expenditure for a new public bathroom facility on Great Cranberry Island, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary design and construction contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Sheila Krasnow motions to approve, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Nanette Hadlock motions to amend the article to read “up to eighty-seven
thousand dollars ($87,000)”, seconded by Patricia Bailey.
Unanimous vote to amend article.

Christine Sandberg motions to amend the amount “up to Fifty Thousand dollars
($50,000)”, seconded by Cory Duggan.
Majority vote to oppose amending the amount to $50,000.

31 Votes Cast, 18 Votes Yes, 13 Votes No. Article 19 passes.

At 12:45 p.m., David Thomas motions to adjourn the meeting for a 45 minute lunch
break, seconded by Richard Beal. Unanimous vote to adjourn.

At 1:35 pm, Moderator Barbara Fernald calls the meeting to order. A big
Thank You to the Ladies Aid of Great Cranberry for a delicious lunch.

20. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to appropriate and expend ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for engineering and design of a drive-on dock at the Towns Manset facility in Southwest Harbor, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary design contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Phil Whitney motions to approve, seconded by Beverly Sanborn.

Cindy motions to amend the article to read “up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000)”,
seconded by Donna Isaacs.

Unanimous vote to amend the article.

After a lengthy discussion, Charles Dunbar motions to call the question, seconded by
Karin Whitney. Unanimous vote to call the question.

37 Votes were cast, 22 Votes Yes, 15 Votes No. Article passes.

21. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to enter into a multi-year contract for the sanding, plowing and removal of snow on the public ways of Great Cranberry Island. Approval of this warrant article will extend the plowing contract with Blair Colby for the remaining 2 years of a 3-year contract.

Kelly Sanborn motions to approve, seconded by Karin Whitney.

Unanimous vote to approve.

22. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to borrow funds in the original principal amount of up to two hundred and twenty thousand dollars ($220,000.00) for capital purchase of a new fire truck for Little Cranberry Island, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into a purchase and sales agreement on behalf of the Town; expend the borrowed funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Cory Duggan motions to approve, seconded by Donna Isaacs.

After a presentation by Richard Howland and Jeremy Alley and a lengthy
discussion, Evelyn Boxley motions to call the question, seconded by Kaitlyn Duggan.
Unanimous vote to call the question.

Unanimous vote to approve the article.

23. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to appropriate and expend up to twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) for a mosquito control program within the Town of Cranberry Isles, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary agreements and contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Charles Dunbar motions to put the article on the floor, seconded by Anna Fernald.

After a presentation by Joe Delafield and a lengthy discussion, Nanette
Hadlock motions to call the question, seconded by Karin Whitney.
21 Votes Cast, 14 Votes Yes, 7 Votes No to call the question.

37 Votes Cast on the article, 6 Votes Yes, 31 Votes No. Article does not pass.

24. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to authorize the municipal officers to set up a new reserve account with an initial balance of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) for a town-wide property revaluation for the Town of Cranberry Isles, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary agreements and contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

David Thomas motions to approve, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Unanimous vote to approve.

25. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to certify that the Islesford Neighborhood House is 100% private locally owned and controlled here on Little Cranberry Island by a community-based board of directors, and further certifies that the solar array on its roof (“the project”) is a community-based renewable energy project. The project is a 10 kilowatt, solar photovoltaic “PV” roof array on the main hall of the Neighborhood House on Little Cranberry Island, Maine. The project will commence on or before May 1, 2013. The project intends to use the REC multiplier incentive mechanism.

Jasmine Samuel motions to approve, seconded by Cory Duggan.

Unanimous vote to approve.

26. To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will appropriate and authorize the Board of Selectmen to expend up to ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) for additional feasibility study and design work to investigate and develop options for the extension of the Town Dock at Islesford and possible mooring field reconfiguration, and to further authorize the Selectmen to do any and all things necessary to award and enter into necessary design contracts on behalf of the Town; expend the funds; and all other things reasonably necessary to accomplish the purpose of this Article.

Charles Dunbar motions to approve, seconded by Jeremy Alley.

Majority vote to oppose article. Article does not pass.

27. FUTURE TOWN MEETING

To see if the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to hold the next annual Town Meeting in 2014, on Saturday, March 15 at the Islesford Neighborhood House, Maine and to open the meeting at 8:30 A.M.

Jeri Spurling motions to approve, seconded by Katherine Fernald.

Majority vote to approve, 1 vote to oppose.

28. To see if the voters of the Town of Cranberry Isles will vote to increase the property tax levy limit of $690,697.84 established for the Town of Cranberry Isles by State law in the event the municipal budget approved under the preceding articles will result in a tax commitment that is greater than that property tax levy limit.

Richard Beal motions to approve, seconded by Phil Whitney.

Majority vote to approve, 1 vote to oppose. Article passes.

29. To see what sum the voters of the Town Of Cranberry Isles will vote to raise and appropriate for each function of Town operations as shown in the Operations Budget. Each function shall be voted upon separately.

2013 TOWN OPERATIONS BUDGET RECOMMENDED DEPT. TOTAL

Dept. 51 – General Government 292,780
Town Office: Rent & Utilities 13,340
Office Supplies & Postage 6,700
Administrative Expenses 10,000
Insurance 10,000
Legal 20,000
Accounting 4,500
Web Site 1,200
Selectmen Compensation 5,400
Contingency Fund 20,000
Printing 3,500
Treasurer / Tax Collector / Clerk 42,525
Elections 1,800
HCPC Dues 590
Tax Assessor 26,600
Revaluation Reserve 20,000
Administrative Assistant 41,600
Deputy Clerk / Treasurer 19,000
Public Safety Coordinator 19,500
Payroll Taxes 11,525
Employee Health Benefits 15,000

Phil Whitney motions to approve Dept 51 total $292,780, seconded by Richard Beal.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Dept. 52 – Public Safety 354,037
Fire Dept. Zone 1 (GCI)
Fire Chief Stipend 3,600
Utilities 1,900
Heating Oil 5,000
Gasoline 600
Insurance 4,000
Community Safety Program 1,300

Fire Dept. Zone 2 (Islesford)
Fire Chief Stipend 3,600
Utilities 1,200
Equipment 14,500
Fire Truck 220,000
Heating Oil 3,000
Gasoline 500
Insurance 4,000
Training 6,000

C.I. Rescue Service
Little Cranberry Island
Ambulance 1,000
Ambulance Reserve 2,500
Supplies 2,000
Stipend 5,250
Training 2,500
Medical Clearance/Vaccines 500
Insurance 1,000
EMS Conference 7,000

Great Cranberry Island
Ambulance 1,000
Supplies 2,000
Stipend 2,250
Training 1,500
Medical Clearance/Vaccines 500
Insurance 1,000
EMS Conference 1,500
EMT Training 7,500

911 Services 1,087
Streetlights 5,500
Animal Control Officer 1,000
Equipment 250
Constable
Compensation 5,000
Admin. Expense 500
Harbormaster 2,000
Training 500
Insurance 4,000
Mosquito Control Program 25,000

Sheila Krasnow motions to approve Dept 52 total $354,037, seconded by Phil Whitney.

Denise McCormick motions to amend the Dept 52 total to $329,037 as the Mosquito Control Program article did not pass, seconded by Richard Beal.

Unanimous Vote to amend.

Unanimous Vote to approve $329,037.

Dept. 53 – Health & Sanitation 98,917
Solid Waste
Sutton 5,000
Contracts 60,542
Barging 1,000
Tipping Fees 14,000
Hazardous Waste 3,500
Capital Improvements 1,000
Permits 375
Electricity 700
CEO / Plumbing Inspector 8,500
General Assistance 3,000
Supplies 500
Health Officer 800

Richard Beal motions to approve Dept 53 total $98,917, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Dept. 54 – Public Transportation 195,756
Town Roads
Maintenance 38,000
Capital Improvements 60,000
Engineering 5,000
Culverts 3,500 Snow Removal
Compensation 5,000
Salt / Sand 8,000
GCI Contract 14,200
Town Truck
Gas 1,000
Insurance 800
Maintenance 2,000
Garage Heating Oil 800
Commuter Service 57,456

Cory Duggan motions to approve Dept. 54 total $195,756, seconded by Phil Whitney.

Denise McCormick motions to amend the total to $135,756 as the $60,000 capital improvement article did not pass, seconded by Richard Beal.
Unanimous vote to amend.

Unanimous vote to approve $135,756.

Dept. 55 – Schools 533,953

Phil Whitney motions to approve Dept. 55 total $533,953, seconded by Richard Beal.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Dept. 56 – Donations 24,800 GCI Library 4,000 Islesford Library 4,000
GCI Community Center 3,000
Islesford Neighborhood House 3,000
Cranberry House 3,000
Island Explorer 500
NEH Library 300
NEH Ambulance 1,000
Life Flight 2,000
Human Service Donations 500
Hospice of Hancock County 500
Scholarship 1,000
Outer Island TLC 2,000

David Thomas motions to approve Dept 56 total $24,800, seconded by Charles Dunbar.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Dept. 57 – Debt Service 346,072
SWH Parking – Taxable Bond 42,663
SWH Parking – Tax Exempt Bond 121,894
LCI Municipal Garage 22,610
LCI Roads Capital 37,420
LCI Pumper Truck 10,985
LCI Attacker Truck 30,000
County Tax 80,500

Phil Whitney motions to approve Dept 57 total $346,072, seconded by Sheila Krasnow.

Unanimous vote to approve.

Dept. 58 - Municipal Facilities 319,650
Teleconference 500 NEH Parking Lot
Snow Removal 3,800
Lease 38,500
Joy Road Parking Lot
Insurance 750
Lease 4,000
Brush Clearing 800
Manset Parking Lot
Grounds 4,000
Maint. & Improvements 5,000
Snow Removal 2,000
Insurance 3,200
SWH Property Tax 22,000
Enforcement 5,000
Warehouse / Apartment
Maint. & Improvements 35,000
Utilities 2,700
Insurance 2,000
Mansell Road Building
Maint. & Repair 2,000
Insurance 1,000
Grounds 2,000
Snow Removal 1,000
SWH Property Tax 5,200
Restrooms
Maint. & Improvements 1,500
Cleaning 6,700
Supplies 500
GCI New Restroom 87,000
Wharves / Floats / Ramps
Electricity 2,000
Maintenance 14,500
Moorings 6,500
Insurance 6,400
Contracts 30,000
Engineering LCI 10,000
Engineering Manset 10,000
Supplies Manset 500
Town Land
LCI Town Field 2,400
Cemeteries 1,200

Sheila Krasnow motions to approve Dept 58 Total $319,650, seconded by David Thomas.

Denise McCormick motions to amend the total to $309,650 as LCI Dock Engineering article did not pass, seconded by Richard Beal.

Unanimous vote to amend.

Unanimous vote to approve $309,650.

TOTAL APPROVED APPROPRIATIONS FOR TOWN OPERATIONS=
$2,070,965.

TOWN OPERATIONS BUDGET
APPLIED RESOURCES
Loans: 220,000
From Manset Reserve: 35,000

From Roads Reserve: 45,000

Public Safety Carryover: 14,651
Estimated General Fund Receipts: 197,460
School Dept. (State Subsidies and Misc.): 12,000
Carryover 89,166
Commuter Service Subsidy: 22,000

Property Taxes (2013): 1,435,688
TOTAL= $2,070,965.

Phil Whitney motions to adjourn the Town Meeting at 4:54 p.m., seconded by Richard Beal.

Respectfully submitted:
Denise McCormick
Town Clerk
March 2013