BOARD OF SELECTMEN
JANUARY 22, 2018
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Attendance: First Selectwoman Derrylyn Gorski, Selectman Donald Shea. Selectman Clark Hurlburt was absent from the meeting.
Visitors: Andrew Seaton, James Seaton
All present stood for the Pledge of Allegiance led by Andrew Seaton.
The meeting of the Board of Selectmen was called to order at 7:35 p.m. The meeting was held in the Selectmen’s Conference Room of the Bethany Town Hall.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
First Selectwoman Gorski called for a motion of approval for the minutes of the previous meeting of January 8, 2018. Motion of approval was moved by Selectman Shea and seconded by First Selectwoman Gorski. The only correction to the minutes was for spelling error in Derrylyn Gorski’s name. The vote taken was unanimous.
First Selectwoman Gorski called for a motion to approve tax refunds to the following:
Alfred Ledewitz $ 231.46
Barbara Fritz `$ 53.03
Donald Shea 3rd $ 21.57
Jacqueline M. Corsaronugent $ 174.43
JP Morgan Chase Bank $ 288.80
Katelyn & Craig Stevens $ 118.72
Lisa A. Sacramone $ 13l.86
Mark & Peggy Ruggiero $ 41.56
Martin Gary & Lin Chien-ju $ 4.49
Nissan Infiniti, LT 4 524.34
The motion was moved by Selectman Shea and seconded by First Selectwoman Gorski. The vote taken was unanimous.
ANY OTHER MATTER TO COME BEFORE THE MEETING
EAGLE SCOUT PROJECT
Andrew Seaton was present at this meeting to explain to the Board of Selectman an Eagle Scout project he is proposing for the Old Fire House at 460 Amity Road. The building is presently being used to house constable cars and the meeting place for the CERT Team. Andrew would like to power wash the building, clear brush from the fence in the back of the building and landscape the North, West and South sides of the building using low and slow growing plants such as Hosta, Blue Star Juniper, Spirea bushes and Butterfly bushes. Following discussion Selectman Shea moved to approve the Eagle Scout project as proposed by Andrew Seaton. First Selectwoman Gorski seconded the motion. The vote taken was unanimous.
GRANT FOR SUSTAINABLE CONNECTICUT ENERGY PROGRAM
First Selectwoman Gorski reported that the Town had received approval and the check for the Sustainable Connecticut Energy Program. The money will be used to replace lighting in the Town Hall to LED lighting.
Adjournment was called at 7:50 p.m. after a motion was moved by Selectman Shea and seconded by First Selectwoman Gorski. The vote taken was unanimous.
June G. Riley
Secretary, Board of Selectmen