BOARD OF SELECTMEN
NOVEMBER 26, 2012
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Attendance: First Selectwoman Derrylyn Gorski, Selectman Steven Thornquist, Selectman Donald Shea
Visitors: Kathleen Schurman
First Selectwoman Gorski called the meeting of the Board of Selectmen to order at 7:37 p.m. The meeting was held in the Conference Room of the Bethany Town Hall. All present stood for the Pledge of Allegiance. As the first order of business the Selectmen signed the accounts payable checks.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
First Selectwoman Gorski called for a motion of approval for the minutes of the Selectmen’s meeting of November 13, 2012. The motion of approval was moved by Selectman Shea and seconded by First Selectwoman Gorski. The motion was called. The vote taken was unanimous.
Selectman Shea moved to refund to Anthony Panico the sum of $76.20, to Corey Purcell the sum of $4.20, and to Robert J. Kirsch the sum of $54.22 all for overpayment of taxes. First Selectwoman Gorski seconded the motion. The vote taken was unanimous.
APPOINTMENT OF BUILDING OFFICIALS
Selectman Shea moved to appointment Robert Walsh to a four year term as Building Official for the Town of Bethany. First Selectwoman Gorski seconded the motion. The vote taken was unanimous.
Selectman Shea moved to appoint Brian Donovan to a four year term as Assistant Building Official for the Town of Bethany. First Selectwoman Gorski seconded the motion. The vote taken was unanimous.
BETHANY AIRPORT HANGAR
First Selectwoman Gorski announced that the Town of Bethany has received a $500,000 Steap Grant from the State of Connecticut for the rebuilding of the Bethany Airport Hangar. This grant is in addition to the $200,000 grant received last fiscal year.
First Selectwoman Gorski reported that Karen Hubbell will go tomorrow for the FEMA Training to complete applications for storm Sandy.
COST BOARD OF DIRECTORS APPOINTMENT
First Selectwoman Gorski has been appointed as a member of the COST Board of Directors.
TAX COLLECTOR FORECLOSURE
Tax Collector Forman has completed foreclosure action on the mobile home on lot #41 in Garden Homes because of overdue taxes. This mobile home now becomes a Town of Bethany asset. Selectman Thornquist moved a motion to authorize David Forman, Tax Collector to sell the mobile home on lot #41 in Garden Homes, an asset of the Town of Bethany, due to foreclosure for delinquent taxes. Selectman Shea seconded the motion. The vote taken was unanimous.
Adjournment was called at 7:55 p.m. after a motion was moved by Selectman Shea and seconded by Selectman Thornquist. The vote taken was unanimous.
June G. Riley
Secretary, Board of Selectmen