Essex County, New York
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Town of St Armands Board Meetings


TOWN OF ST. ARMAND
REGULAR BOARD MEETING
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
6:30 PM

These Meeting Minutes were approved on June 13, 2017.

A Regular Board Meeting of the Town of St. Armand was held on the above date at the Town Hall, Bloomingdale, NY.

BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT:

Town Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr., Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates, Councilperson Donald Amell, Councilperson Jennifer Fuller, and Councilperson Dean Montroy.
A quorum of the Board was in attendance.

TOWN EMPLOYEES PRESENT:

Highway Superintendent Roger Oliver, Water Superintendent Jeff Cotter, Wastewater Superintendent Stanley Ingison, Code Enforcement Officer Robert Hammond, Town Clerk Barbara Darrah and Town Historian Davina Winemiller.

This meeting also consisted of a Public Hearing which was advertised in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise, Lake Placid News, and other avenues of public announcement. The Public Hearing was regarding the status of Housing Grants offered though the Housing Assistance Program of Essex County and the opportunity for community comments regarding applications submitted.

GUESTS:

Bruce Misarski (HAPEC), Sandy Hayes, Devin James


Supervisor Whitson called the Meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

Supervisor Whitson led the Pledge of Allegiance.


Bruce Misarski, HAPEC, gave a brief update on the initial Housing Rehabilitation grant offered to the Town of St. Armand two years ago in the amount of $400,000. The application and selection process was based on income eligibility, first to apply, and the town was actively searched for eligible candidates with a total of 30 applicants. Twelve homes are currently being worked on and there is $13,000 remaining in grant monies to be distributed. One septic system and many roofs were completed. The downside was the grant could not consider any mobile homes or manufactured homes over 10 years of age. Bruce also stated it was hard to get contractors during the busy building season and the contractors must be certified for lead-based paint. The Office of Community Renewal will come back and review further applications in one year.

Charles Whitson, Supervisor, introduced a written report submitted by Cy Ellsworth, Brookside Cemetery Groundskeeper, with photographs of the cemetery. The photos depicted several areas of the cemetery where retaining walls were crumbling, and many cinder blocks toppled haphazardly on the grounds. Devin James pointed out that in Photo #2, the wall doesn’t appear to be holding at all. Dean Montroy suggested taking the top decorative blocks off, as they were unnecessary. Discussion ensued as to the possibility of not allowing people to build walls, etc.

HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

Highway Superintendent Roger Oliver presented the following information at the meeting:

Supervisor Whitson is meeting with AES on Wednesday, May 10, at 8:00 am to discuss the completion of more manholes and paving of streets in the town. Last year work was completed in Rockledge and this year they will continue working on Bloomingdale’s manholes and streets. Roger reported the Moose Pond Bridge had not flooded this winter to date, adding they repair planking on the bridge every 3 years.

WATER DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

Water Superintendent Jeff Cotter presented the following written report to the Board:

Town of St. Armand Water Report for the Month of April 2017

    1. 4/12/17 - Checked out a reported water leak in the basement of 1817 NYS Rt. #3 at the McGrath residence. Found a small leak above the meter and advised the home owner on how to isolate the leak if needed, in the event that it got worse. Also advised the home owner to hire a plumber to repair the leak ASAP.

    2. 4/12/17 - Installed a new reader at 1817 NYS Rt. #3.

    3. 4/13/17 - Turned on the water to 92 Maple per Barbs request. The shutoff way box was broken off by a plow. I was able to dig down approximately 1 foot to access the valve and turn the water on.

    4. 4/13/17 - Ordered 10 new AMCO water readers. I was down to 1 reader left. The readers now cost the town $40.95 so we need to discuss how much to charge customers when we replace the meters that don’t work.

    5. 4/13/17 - Investigated 1678 NYS Rt. #3 per Barbs request to see if they had a meter and reader. They do not. I advised the owner on what to purchase.

    6. 4/14/17 - Marked the water main location on School St. per request of a land owner on that street. They are planning for a new service connection this Spring.

    7. 4/17/17 - Took a final meter reading at 74 Main St. per Barbs request.

    8. 4/19/17 - Investigated a low water pressure complaint at 1645 St. Rt. #3 per Barbs request. I found the residence PRV was not functioning properly and showed the tenant how to adjust the PRV. He had good pressure when I left. I advised him that he may end up needing a new PRV soon.

    9. 4/25/17 - Spoke with Eric of G&S Plumbing about the town’s policy on wet taps. He wanted to know if the town provided a meter and reader with a wet tap charge. I told him no and that was the owners responsibility. He said he would send a check to the town for a wet tap I did at a new residence on Maple St. last Fall. He also said he would install a meter and reader at that residence.

    10. 4/27/17 - Increased Well #5 Pump run times by 2 hours. Currently averaging 46,000 gallons per day.

    11. 4/29/17 - Received a water emergency call at 7 am Saturday morning. The owner of the residence at 16 Maple said water was spraying all over under the house and he needed the water shutoff immediately. I responded and shut the water off. I had to locate the water shutoff with the metal detector and then dig it up. The top of the way box was missing and the way box was full of dirt, however I was able to finally get the water off.

    12. 5/2/17 - Provided Barb with readings at 6 Prospect and 39 Mathew Way. The owner at 39 Mathew Way claimed his meter wires were disconnected and that there was no way the meter reading could have changed. I investigated and the external wires appeared to be in place. I informed Barb that if the owner intentionally disconnected his wires so his reader would not work, then he should be billed an average and told to repair his wires.

    13. 5/2/17 - I spoke to the owner of 97 Maple per Barbs request. They are looking at options to install a water meter on an outbuilding on their property. A garage type building. I informed them on what the cost for a wet tap would be and also what their responsibilities would be.

    14. 5/3/17 - Spoke with the owners of 42 Maple about another wet tap for an outbuilding on their property. Advised them the same as above.

    15. 5/3/7 - Received a call at 7pm to please turn on the water at 16 Maple Lane. The same residence that I had shutoff due to a leak on 4/29/17. I responded and turned the water on within 1 hour.

    16. Three Coliform Samples submitted to the lab with three negative results.

WASTEWATER DEPARTMENT MONTHLY REPORT

Wastewater Superintendent Stanley Ingison presented the following written report to the Board:

Town of St. Armand Wastewater Report for the Month of April 2017

    1) For the time being we now have the grit system working the way it is supposed to. Todd, now with Essex County, did come and help get the pump adjusted correctly so it is working properly. While he was there he looked at the screen leakage issue. He will come back later when I find the material to seal the area to help me raise the screen auger and install the material.

    2) Andy of Aqualogics did get the equipment trends charts realigned nicely so they are much more readable now but for some reason they all open very slowly now; taking 12 seconds for each one of the eight. Before they would open in under one second each. Andy did look back into it but hasn’t figured out what the issue is yet.

    3) I did talk with Jennifer Weeks about the blower room vent that has been tripping off since shortly after installation and has continued except for a 3 month stretch last winter. She thinks it may be a bad thermostat so I will price it for replacement to see if that fixes it.

    4) I still haven’t heard back from AES about refits for the PTB and WWTP wet well pump stations but we have been sidetracked by more pressing items like getting the polymer feed system up and going for phosphorus and algae removal. We installed a new feed tube to do a direct drop type feed of the polymer as it did not work using the premixing setup we had tried last year. The new polymer just arrived today and we are setting up to try the new system now.

    5) Due to the cold spell, along with 99% of the floating vegetation skimmed off the lagoons, the monthly algae level sampling taken this morning reflected algae level had decreased.

    6) We are still trying to get Tyco Simplex Grinnell to come and remove their lockout codes from our units and give us the zone listings so Adirondack Alarms can come and set up their account and phone numbers. We are working toward getting a date set up with Simplex so that Adirondack can come at the same time and do the changeover but Simplex continues to make things difficult.

    7) Simplex did send me a proposal and service agreement to come and unlock the system but only included the 112 River Road main plant site and left off the 56 River Road pre-treatment site. I emailed him back that we needed an agreement that included both sites. I never heard back from him so I re-emailed him about it and did get to talk to him about including both sites.

    8) After more meetings with Verizon it turns out that the new windows 10 system draws so much more than earlier systems and that along with our added draws from the SCADA, solar and fire systems it is too much for the 2.9 MB service that they provide. Verizon is not looking to upgrade their system so we are looking into the possibility of transferring to Spectrum which offers a 60 and 100 MB service.

    9) We have already had 18 days of above limit flows through the plant and it is continuing. This year looks bad for this and I am concerned that the DEC may start pushing us to begin correcting the system inflow issues before we get some grant money to do the work.

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S REPORT

CEO Robert Hammond presented the following written report to the Board:

Town of St. Armand Code Enforcement Officer Status Report for the Month of April 2017

Applications Received: 4
Permit Application Conferences: 0
Notices of Incomplete Applications: 3
Building Permits Issued: 4
Building Permits Pending Due to Payment: 1
Fees Collected: $250.00
Fees Pending: $75.00
Site Inspections: 7
Field Visits: 5
Notice(s) for Fire Safety / Property Maintenance Inspection(s): 1 (Non-Certified)
Certificate of Occupancy/Completion: 0
Temporary Certificate of Occupancy/Completion: 0
Stop Work Order(s): 1
Violation Letter(s): 1 (Certified)
Notice and Order(s): 0
Appearance Tickets: 0

April Highlights:

• 15-SA-14: Monroe Gladd, 10 School St. - Enforcement Action
o Open - Town Justice has set Court Date of 17 May 2017 at 5:30 PM Local Time.

• 16-SA-018: David Kaiser, 139 River Road, - New APA Hunting/Fishing Cabin
o Framing inspection completed.

• 16-SA-037: Patrick Dupree, 1437 State Rte. 3 – New Residential Dwelling
o Framing Inspection Revisited – Partially Completed.
o Mechanical and Plumbing inspection started.
o Reviewed Stair System Requirements.

• 16-SA-036: Carter Rowley, 992 NYS Rte. 3 – Full Renovation of Cottage
o Plumbing inspection completed.

• 17-SA-008: Carol Techmen, 1832 NYS Rte 3 – Alterations
o Insulation installation progressing
o Interior T&G Wall Finish progressing

• 17-SA-010: Jamylin Gardner, 137 Main Street – Re-Roofing
o Work Incomplete.

• 17-SA-011: Christopher English, 9 Oregon Plains Road – Re-Roofing
o Incomplete Application due to no evidence of Workers Compensation Insurance.
o Stop Work Order issued due to early start.
o Workers Compensation Insurance Issued.
o Permit issued and work in progress

• 17-SA-012: Rebecca Boon, 1644 State Rte 3, Re-Roofing
o Permit issued but work has not started.

• 17-SA-013: Scott Witt / Mr. Michael Changelo, 33 Main Street – Alterations and Repairs
o Incomplete Application
 Lacked information
 Lacked Payment

• 17-SA-001PM: Property Owner: Helen Dennin, 1653 NYS Route 3, Town of St. Armand, Bloomingdale, NY (a.k.a. Absolute Repair)
o Communication with Owner continues.
o Formal Violation Letter has been drafted.

• 17-SA-002PM: Tax Map No. 13.64-1-14.000; Mathew Way
o 2105 Property Maintenance Code of New York State Violations
 §308.1 Accumulation of rubbish or garbage.
 §308.2 Disposal of rubbish.
 §308.3 Disposal of garbage.
 §308.3.1 Garbage facilities.
 §308.3.2 Containers.
 §304.1 General – “The exterior of a structure shall be maintained in good repair,"
o Porch Reconstruction- No Permit as per - Title 19 (NYCRR) Chapter XXXII Division of Code Enforcement and Administration, Part 1202 – Uniform Code: Administration and Enforcement in Certain Local Governments, §120.2.

TOWN HISTORIAN’S REPORT

Town Historian Davina Winemiller presented the following written annual report to the Board:

Town of St. Armand Historian Report For the Year 2016

The year 2016 marks 172 years since St. Armand was founded on April 23, 1844.

The year 2016 has been very busy in the Town of St. Armand. The new Waste Water Treatment Plant is in its final phase of construction, with the solar panels being installed and final touches being put into the Treatment Building, Reed Beds and computerized equipment. St. Armand is now into its Long-term financing agreement with EFC (Environmental Facilities Corporation). The NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation has awarded the Town a $2,000,000.00 grant, as well as a $2,790,295.00 interest free loan. The Town was also awarded a six hundred thousand dollar grant from the NYS Office of Community Renewal and a $422,000.00 grant from NYS Rural Development for additional improvements to be made to our Treatment Plant and Sewer Lines. This year new sewer lines and man holes were installed on St. Regis Avenue. Luck Brothers, Inc. was hired for this installation, costing five hundred nine thousand, five hundred nine dollars. St. Regis Avenue had one of the oldest sewer lines in the district. It was originally installed around 1930. Plans continue to update more sewer lines in the future.

Brookside Cemetery has been in use since the 1850’s. Improvements to Brookside Cemetery are in the works for summer of 2017, with maintenance to the stone walls within the Cemetery slated for improvement. These improvements will help keep Brookside Cemetery a tranquil resting place for our current and future residents.

The year 2016 marked the passing of several residents: Walter Fiedlere, Gerryl Willette, John Raymond, Reverend George Maroun, Helen Macey, and Germaine Miller. We also mourn the loss of former Town Justice Russell Slingerland and former Town Clerk Wanda Flint. We thank them all for their contributions to our town, may they Rest in Peace.

St. Armand continues to make improvements to our infrastructure and buildings. With diligence and planning, we will continue to improve our Town for future generations.

The Town of St. Armand remains a place of small town charm and friendly faces. How very fortunate we are to have such a wonderful place to call home.

RESOLUTIONS #27 - #29 of 2017:

RESOLUTION 27 of 2017 - BOND ANTICIPATION NOTE RESOLUTION DATED THE 9TH DAY OF MAY, 2017 FOR THE ISSUANCE, SALE AND RENEWAL OF A NOTE OF THE TOWN OF ST. ARMAND, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW YORK IN ANTICIPATION OF THE SALE OF SERIAL BONDS NOT TO EXCEED IN THE AGGREGATE THE SUM OF $12,105.50 INCIDENT TO THE PURCHASE OF A 2013 FORD F-550 TRUCK

The following Resolution was offered by Councilperson Dean Montroy:

WHEREAS, the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York did on the 14th day of May, 2013 duly adopt a Resolution authorizing the issuance and sale of serial bonds of the Town of St. Armand in an amount not to exceed in the aggregate the sum of $68,705.50 for the purpose of the purchase of a 2013 Ford F-550 truck; and

WHEREAS, incident thereto on the 17th day of May, 2013, the Town of St. Armand did issue a bond anticipation note in the principal amount of $68,705.50 for the purpose of the purchase the 2013 F-550 tuck; and

WHEREAS, on the 16th day of May, 2014, the Town of St. Armand paid the sum of $14,150.00, on the current $68,705.50 indebtedness leaving a principal indebtedness of $54,555.50 and thereafter issued a bond anticipation note in the principal amount of $54,550.50; and

WHEREAS, on the 12th day of May, 2015, the Town of St. Armand paid the sum of $14,150.00, on the current $54,555.50 indebtedness leaving a principal indebtedness of $40,405.50 and thereafter on the 12th day of May, 2015, issued a bond anticipation not in the principal amount of $40,405.50; and

WHEREAS, on the 16th day of May, 2016, the Town of St. Armand paid the sum of $14,150.00, on the current $40,405.50 indebtedness leaving a principal indebtedness of $26, 255.50 and, thereafter, on the 16th day of May, 2016, issued a bond anticipation note in the principal amount of $26,255.50; and

WHEREAS, the Town of St. Armand is desirous of paying the sum of $14,150.00 on the current $26,255.50 indebtedness leaving a principal indebtedness of $12,105.50; and

WHEREAS, the Town of St. Armand now desires to issue and sell a Bond Anticipation Note Renewal in the amount of $12,105.50 in anticipation of the issuance and sale of the aforesaid bond.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, as follows:

    Section 1. That a Bond Anticipation Note in the sum not to exceed $12,105.50 shall be issued by the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York in anticipation of the issuance and sale of serial bonds of the Town of St. Armand in an amount not to exceed, in the aggregate, the sum of $12,105.50 heretofore authorized by Resolution duly adopted by the Town Board of the Town of St. Armand entitled A SERIAL BOND RESOLUTION TOWN OF ST. ARMAND, ESSEX COUNTY, NEW YORK RELATIVE TO THE PURCHASE OF A 2013 FORD F-550 TRUCK DATED MAY 14, 2013" authorizing the issuance and sale of serial bonds of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, in a sum not to exceed in the aggregate, the sum of $12,105.50 for the purchase of a 2013 Ford F-550 truck; and

    Section 2. That said note shall be dated the 16th day of May, 2017, or at such later date as the Supervisor, by his execution thereof, may determine, will bear an interest rate of no greater than 5.0% per annum payable at maturity; will be payable both as to principal and interest in lawful money of the United States of America at the office of the purchaser of said note, or at such other place as the Supervisor may determine; will be signed in the name of the Town of St. Armand by its Supervisor; and will be sealed with the seal of the Town.

    Section 3. Said Bond Anticipation Note shall be such terms, form and content as may be prescribed by the Supervisor and the power to so prescribe the same is hereby delegated to the Supervisor.

    Section 4. The full faith and credit of the Town of St. Armand, Essex County, New York, are hereby irrevocably pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on said Bond Anticipation Note. Said Bond Anticipation Note shall be paid from the proceeds derived from the sale of said bonds or may be redeemed, in whole prior to maturity, or renewed as provided by the Local Finance Law of the State of New York.

    Section 5. The said Bond Anticipation Note is not issued in anticipation of bonds for an assessable improvement.

    Section 6. The Supervisor of the Town of St. Armand is hereby authorized to sell such Bond Anticipation Note at private sale at not less than par and accrued interest at a rate not exceeding the rate above specified and the Supervisor is authorized to deliver said Bond Anticipation Note to the purchase upon payment of the purchase price and accrued interest as above specified. The receipt of the Supervisor shall be a full acquittance of the purchaser who shall not be required to see to the application of the purchase money.

    Section 7. The Town of St. Armand reserves the right to call and redeem this note at any time prior to maturity upon payment of the principal thereof together with accrued interest.

    Section 8. That said Bond Anticipation Note will be a qualified tax exempt obligation pursuant to the appropriate provisions of the Internal Revenue Code as amended and said Note shall bear on the face thereof the following notation: “This Note has been designated by the issuer as a qualified tax exempt obligation” pursuant to the provisions of Section 265 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 as amended.

    Section 9. This Resolution shall take effect immediately.

This Resolution was duly seconded by Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates and was adopted by roll-call vote as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr AYE
D. Joseph Bates, Deputy Supervisor AYE
Councilperson Donald Amell AYE
Councilperson Jennifer Fuller AYE
Councilperson Dean Montroy AYE

RESOLUTION #28 OF 2017 - TOWN OF ST. ARMAND’S POLICY FOR CHARGING RESIDENTS FOR PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF METER READERS

Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the Town of St. Armand’s existing Water & Sewer Regulations does not contain a section regarding the Town’s cost of meter readers purchased by the town’s residents, and

WHEREAS, the Town’s cost of purchasing meter readers has gone up in April 2017,

NOW THEREFORE, let it be resolved that the Town of St. Armand residents who purchase their meter reader from the Town of St. Armand will be charged $50.00 per new meter reader and $15.00 per installation of a new meter.

This Resolution is retroactive to begin May 1, 2017.

Councilperson Jennifer Fuller duly seconded this resolution and it was adopted as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr AYE
Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates AYE
Councilperson Donald Amell AYE
Councilperson Jennifer Fuller AYE
Councilperson Dean Montroy AYE

RESOLUTION #29 0F 2017 – INCREASING THE TOWN OF ST. ARMAND’S NUMBER OF MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSMENT REVIEW

Councilperson Dean Montroy, who moved its adoption, offered the following resolution:

WHEREAS, the Town of St. Armand’s existing number of Board of Assessment Review members currently stands at three, and

WHEREAS, the Town recently selected a fourth member for the Board of Assessment Review, who has completed the training in Essex County in April 2017,

NOW THEREFORE, let it be resolved that the Town of St. Armand now carries four members on its Board of Assessment Review.

Councilperson Jennifer Fuller and Councilperson Donald Amell duly seconded this resolution and it was adopted as follows:

Supervisor Charles Whitson, Jr AYE
Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates AYE
Councilperson Donald Amell AYE
Councilperson Jennifer Fuller AYE
Councilperson Dean Montroy AYE

MOTION TO PAY MONTHLY BILLS

May’s payment abstracts were presented for Board approval as follows: General Vouchers #108 - #132 in the amount of $16,132.02, Highway Vouchers #85 - #104 in the amount of $30,928.93, Water and Sewer Vouchers #57 - #68 in the amount of $6013.44 and Sewer Project Voucher #7 in the amount of $30,670.58 (new truck). Councilperson Jennifer Fuller made the motion to approve payment of this month’s bills; the motion was seconded by Councilperson Dean Montroy. All approved. Motion carried.

MONTHLY REPORT FROM THE SUPERVISOR

Supervisor Whitson presented the Monthly Report for April 2017. Councilperson Donald Amell made the motion to accept April’s Supervisor’s Report. The Motion was seconded by Councilperson Jennifer Fuller. All in favor. Motion carried.

REVIEW AND APPROVAL OF PREVIOUS MINUTES

Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates made the Motion to approve the Regular Meeting Minutes of April 11, 2017. The Motion was seconded by Councilperson Jennifer Fuller. All approved. Motion carried.

TOWN CLERK'S MONTHLY REPORT

Town Clerk Barbara Darrah gave the following report for the month of April 2017:

Spayed/Neutered Dog Licenses: 10 for a total of $70.00
Unspayed/Unneutered Dog Licenses: 0
Lost Tag: 1 for a total of $3.00
Total Revenue Earned: $73.00
Paid to Supervisor: $63.00
Paid to NYS Agriculture & Markets: $10.00

WATER AND SEWER BILLING MONTHLY REPORT

Water & Sewer Clerk Barbara Darrah gave the Water & Sewer Receivables Report of $68,901.35 due for all accounts. Current Age $48,673.69, Over 30 days $19,975.52. Shortly after May 15th, late fees will be applied. As discussed in April’s meeting, a report of all outstanding balances will be presented to the Board at June’s meeting for the determination of the issuance of disconnect notices and potential water shut-offs.

OLD BUSINESS

Supervisor Whitson received a counter-offer from the Davis assessment law suit and the town is declining that offer. This lawsuit should be finalized on May 27th, 2017.

NEW BUSINESS

The Town of North Elba is offering a Hazardous Waste Day on June 10th, 2017, from 8:00 am until 1:00 pm at the North Elba Highway Garage on the Cascade Road in Lake Placid.

Councilperson Dean Montroy inquired as to why there are highway workers coming into the Highway garage after hours? In checking with the Town of Franklin and Town of Harrietstown, they do not allow their workers to enter the worksite during nonworking hours. Discussion ensued.

QUESTIONS

Supervisor Whitson asked those present if there were any other questions or concerns.

Sandy Hayes asked why the Public Notice in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise listed the Assessor as “Sole Assessor” for the grievance notice, rather than the Assessor’s name. He stated that notice also conveyed to individuals that multiple copies of their grievance complaint be sent prior to their appointment. Sandy wanted to know if that was a Board rule or the Assessor’s rule. Supervisor Whitson stated he would check with the Real Property Office in Elizabethtown regarding this issue.

Sandy Hayes asked for clarification on the monthly Wastewater Report, stating it often says, “Still haven’t heard from AES.” He wanted to know if there was anything the Board should be doing to encourage AES to respond.

MOTION TO ADJOURN

Deputy Supervisor D. Joseph Bates made a Motion to adjourn, seconded by Councilperson Dean Montroy. All agreed. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 8:43 pm.

I, Barbara Darrah, Town Clerk for the Town of St. Armand, do hereby certify that the above is a true and correct transcript of the Regular Board meeting minutes held on the above-referenced date.


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