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TOWN COUNCIL

MEETING MINUTES

april 13, 2021

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Normand Albert 2021

Kasie Kolbe 2021

Allen Ward 2021

 Mark Lunt 2022

Donald Fellows 2022

Jeffrey Ganong 2022

Fern Larochelle 2023

 

CALL TO ORDER.  The Chairman, Allen Ward, called the meeting to order at 7:00 PM.

 

ROLL CALL.  Members present were Councilors Ward, Albert, Kolbe, Lunt, Larochelle, Ganong, and Fellows.  Also present were Diane Barnes, Town Manager; Kayla Tierney, Finance Director; Randy Cyr, Public Works Director and Steve Aievoli, Sewer Superintendent; Finance Committee members- Jesse Paul Zack, Heather Ward, Noly Lopez, Curtis Lunt and Dan Leeman.

 

BUDGET WORKSHOP

 

Mrs. Barnes presented the Budget Update as follows:

 

Unassigned Fund Balance FY 20

$3,195,275.00

FY 21 Municipal Budget

$8,923,285.00

$3,195,275.00

FY 21 County Budget Lisbon Share

$768,250.00

FY 21 School Local Share

$7,558,575.00

 

Operating Budget

$17,250,110.00

16% of GF Operating Budget ($)

$2,760,017.60

$435,257.40

15% of GF Operating Budget ($)

$2,587,516.50

$607,758.50

14% of GF Operating Budget ($)

$2,415,015.40

$780,259.60

13% of GF Operating Budget ($)

$2,242,514.30

$952,760.70

12% of GF Operating Budget ($)

$2,070,013.20

$1,125,261.80

Use of FB Leaving 13% Unassigned

$952,760.00

Twn Office Genratr App by Council FY 21

$62,538.00

P W-Vehicles Approved by Council FY 21

$55,000.00

$835,222.00

remaining after FY21 Use of FB

Less proposed use of UFB

$685,205.00

Amt. Available to Designate

$150,017.00

Town Clerk

$13,750.00

Clerk Book Restoration

Technology Budget

$35,800.00

Server & Hardware Upgrades

Technology Budget

$32,000.00

Cruiser Laptops

Town Buildings

$15,000.00

LFD Generator

Town Buildings

$15,000.00

ET Smith Generator

Town Buildings

$26,780.00

LFD Boiler

Town Buildings

$14,000.00

LFD Electrical

Town Buildings

$17,200.00

(2) Heating/Cooling Pumps Library

Town Buildings

$55,000.00

Re-pitch Transfer Station Roof

Town Buildings

$40,000.00

PW Generator

Police Department

$14,000.00

Bullet Proof Vests

Police Department

$13,500.00

Portable Radios

Fire Department

$30,000.00

Fire Station Case Study

Solid Waste

$35,000.00

Forklift

Public Works-Other

$40,000.00

(2) Street Light Cameras

Parks & Recreation Department

$8,000.00

Mower

Parks & Recreation Department

$8,000.00

Used Snowmobile

Parks & Recreation Department

$10,000.00

Miller Trail Fence Repair

$423,030.00

Parks & Recreation

$5,000.00

Replace 2002 Rec Trucks

$15,000 Insurance

Parks & Recreation

$20,000.00

Replace 2003 Rec Trucks

Parks & Recreation

Bus

Tax Abatement

$10,000.00

Fire Department

$3,000.00

Hose Replacement

Fire Department

$2,175.00

Equipment

Public Works

$15,000.00

plow truck repairs

Public Works

$12,000.00

guardrails

Public Works

$10,000.00

sidewalks

Public Works

$185,000.00

Excavator, Trailer, Plow Truck

$262,175.00

Capital Reserve Accounts

Town Buildings

Police

Fire

Revaluation

Technology

Public Works

Parks & Recreation

Library

Town Records

     

Councilor Ward asked if $180,000 was removed for the Revaluation.  Mrs. Barnes stated she included the $180,000 in overlay and $33,000 from the Falmouth buyout process because they did not have enough in the Fund Balance at that time. 

 

Councilor Ward recommended these items that could be funded through fund balance:

 

Ø $67,000 for two Police Cruisers

Ø $3,750 for Police Equipment (50710 Account)

Ø $5,600 Fire Radios (50710)

Ø $4,600 Fire Pump (50710)

Ø $14,884 Turnout Gear (50562)

Ø $10,000 Fire squad 3 rehab work (50536)

Ø $3,000 Town Office Street outside street lighting (50536 or 50549) building account.  All being considered from Fund Balance money as meeting this definition though classified as operating expense.

 

Councilor Ward asked the Council if they accept the updated list of items coming out of the operating budget and going through fund balance.  Councilor Ward asked about the $0 line for the Bus for Parks & Recreation.  Mrs. Barnes said the Bus will not pass for inspection.  Mr. Cyr stated the Bus is not in good shape and would not survive an accident.  Councilor Larochelle said that it would be better to buy new since used vehicles out there today are not any good and suggested Parks & Recreation get rid of the two used trucks and purchase one good one.  Mrs. Barnes indicated she would check to see. 

 

Councilor Lunt recommended setting aside $5,000 for putting signs up on the Lisbon Walking Trail to direct the public to different areas of the trail.

 

Councilor Ward asked Mr. Cyr if he recommended fixing the Back Hoe and replacing the Excavator.  Mr. Cyr replied yes.  The Council agreed to replace the Excavator.

 

Mrs. Ward asked Mr. Cyr if there needs to be a placeholder for any possible capital expenditures that the Town could be using the reserves for.  Mr. Cyr said he was not sure how much to allocate for equipment.

 

Councilor Ward asked Mr. Cyr for an update on the Salt Shed.  Mr. Cyr said he is waiting on a price for a used Shed from the Town of Gray.  It is an 80’x 120’ metal arch building.  Public Works would hire someone to take it down and reinstall it.  Councilor Ward confirmed this should have a Placeholder.  Councilor Fellows asked if Public Works could obtain the Salt Shed in two phases to spread the money out.  Phase I taking it down for the first year and Phase II putting it up the following year.  Councilor Ward asked Mrs. Barnes to put the Salt Shed on the list.

 

Councilor Ward asked if the Council agreed to move $67,000 off the operating list onto the fund balance list for Police Cruisers.  Councilor Larochelle said the Council should be careful not to keep that as a budgetary issue if it is coming back next year.  Councilor Ward said the $67,000 would be half next year.  Mrs. Barnes said the Town budgets the same amount every year for Police Cruisers.  She said half of it will go into the Capital Reserve Account.

 

Councilor Ward confirmed that Council agreed to the put $30,000 towards the revaluation. 

 

Councilor Ward asked if the Council would agree to put aside $75,000 for the Fire Department.  Councilor Ward asked Mrs. Barnes to put that on the list for future consideration. 

 

Mrs. Barnes presented the Budget Changes as follows:

 

Date

Department

ORG

OBJ

Line Budget

Budget

Increase/

Notes

 

 

 

 

 

Change

(Decrease)

 

4/6/2021

Tax Collection

12023500

50220

Health Insurance

$13,910.00

-$21,320.00

3/16/2021

Technology

12026500

50102

Department Head

$0.00

-$75,005.00

12026500

50201

Unemployment

$0.00

-$96.00

12026500

50202

Worker's Comp

$0.00

-$241.00

12026500

50210

MEPERS-Employer

$0.00

-$7,725.00

12026500

50220

Health Ins.

$0.00

-$24,365.00

12026500

50230

FICA Employer Costs

$0.00

-$5,738.00

12026500

50530

Software & Svs.

$195,427.00

$55,427.00

Change due to contracted IT Managed SVS vs. Employee

-$57,743.00

3/29/2021

Police

14040500

50104

Non-Supervisory

$781,144.00

-$1,560.00

14040500

50116

Union

$17,000.00

-$200.00

14040500

50140

Overtime Wages

$27,040.00

-$500.00

14040500

50202

Workers Comp Ins

$37,163.00

-$75.00

14040500

50210

MEPERS-Employer Share

$116,193.00

-$232.00

14040500

50230

FICA Employer Costs

$81,850.00

-$160.00

14040500

50302

Operating Supplies

$14,000.00

-$3,000.00

14040500

50720

Equipment-Vehicles

$67,000.00

-$7,000.00

-$12,727.00

3/29/2021

Comm Center

14046000

50104

Non-Supervisory

$198,255.00

$5,138.00

14046000

50202

Workers Comp Insurance

$822.00

$17.00

14046000

50210

MEPERS-Employer Share

$23,038.00

$528.00

14046000

50220

Health Ins.

$39,245.00

-$19,885.00

14046000

50230

FICA Employer Costs

$19,554.00

$394.00

-$13,808.00

Total Reduction

-$105,598.00

4/6/2021

Town Buildings

12051500

50520

Building Expense

$20,000.00

-$50,000.00

4/6/2021

Tax Abatements

12090100

50901

Tax Abatements

$0.00

-$10,000.00

4/6/2021

Fire Department

14041500

50563

Hose Replacement

$5,000.00

-$3,000.00

14041500

50710

Equipment

$12,000.00

-$2,175.00

4/6/2021

Public Works

15050500

50536

R&M: Equipment

$8,000.00

-$15,000.00

plow truck repairs

15050500

50548

R & M: STREETS

$15,000.00

-$12,000.00

Guardrails

15050500

50366

Asphalt - Hot Top

$15,000.00

-$10,000.00

sidewalks

15050500

50720

Equipment - vehicles

$0.00

-$185,000.00

Excavator, Trailer, Plow Truck

-$287,175.00

Total Combined Reduction

-$392,773.00

Total Budget Increase

$284,751.00

3.20%

 

Mrs. Barnes stated most of the changes are Tax Collection.  The Tax Collection Department reduction of $21,320 was due to filling the open position.  The Technology Department went from a new employee position to a contracted position, saving the Town $57,000.  The $12,727 reduction in the Police Department budget was due to the K-9 position not being filled.  The $13,808 reduction in the Communication Center budget was due to a change in personnel.  Mrs. Barnes said she took the Town Buildings budget from two years ago when the Town was raising $20,000 under the Building Expense.  The Town increased it due to Major work needed.  Mrs. Barnes said she is bringing that amount back down to $20,000 for a $5,000 reduction.  Mrs. Barnes moved the Contracted Professional Services line to Unassigned Fund Balance for the Roof Project at the Transfer Station.  She removed $10,000 in the Tax Abatement Line to fund a different way.  She removed Fire Department Hose Replacement and Equipment money to put it under Unassigned Fund Balance.  She said these two amounts are in addition to what the Town normally raises.  The Public Works reduction is $15,000 for plow truck repairs, $12,000 for Guardrails, $10,000 for sidewalks and $185,000 for the Excavator, Trailer and Plow Truck.  She said the total combined reduction is $398,773 with a budget increase of $278,751, which is a 3.1% increase over the current year. 

 

Councilor Albert reported the current School budget is $231,829.  He said they have gotten creative on how to allocate the Cares Act funds allowing them to remove line items for long-term projects around energy savings and building maintenance.

 

A.     PUBLIC WORKS

 

               Mr. Cyr presented the Public Works Department Budget as follows:

 

15050500 Public Works

 

OBJ

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

FY22 Projected Managerial Budget Appropriation

Changes from presented budget on 3.16.2021 Increase (Decrease)

FY22 Proposed Budget presented 3.16.2021

FY22 Projected Department Budget Appropriation

50102

Department Head

         81,840.00

                      -  

         81,840.00

         81,840.00

50104

Non-Supervisory

       367,245.00

                      -  

       367,245.00

       367,245.00

50107

Administrative

         19,760.00

                      -  

         19,760.00

         19,760.00

50116

Union

         17,000.00

                      -  

         17,000.00

         17,000.00

50140

Overtime wages

         40,000.00

                      -  

         40,000.00

         40,000.00

50201

Unemployment Costs

           1,090.00

                      -  

           1,090.00

           1,090.00

50202

Workers Comp Insurance

         36,053.00

                      -  

         36,053.00

         36,053.00

50210

MEPERS - Employer Share

         52,410.00

                      -  

         52,410.00

         52,410.00

50220

Health Insurance

       118,021.00

                      -  

       118,021.00

       118,021.00

50230

FICA Employer Costs

         38,927.00

                      -  

         38,927.00

         38,927.00

50240

Medical testing

               600.00

                      -  

               600.00

               600.00

50301

Office Supplies

           1,500.00

                      -  

           1,500.00

           1,500.00

50302

Operating supplies

           8,500.00

                      -  

           8,500.00

           8,500.00

50303

Other Supplies

                        -  

                      -  

                        -  

                        -  

50306

Postage

               150.00

                      -  

               150.00

               150.00

50307

Advertising

           1,000.00

                      -  

           1,000.00

           1,000.00

50330

Drug Testing

           1,500.00

                      -  

           1,500.00

           1,500.00

50351

Clothing/Boot Allowance

         10,000.00

                      -  

         10,000.00

         10,000.00

50352

Cell Phone/Allowances

           1,600.00

                      -  

           1,600.00

           1,600.00

50360

Minor equipment

           3,000.00

                      -  

           3,000.00

           3,000.00

50363

Culverts

         15,000.00

                      -  

         15,000.00

         15,000.00

50366

Asphalt-Hot Top

         15,000.00

    (10,000.00)

         25,000.00

         25,000.00

50367

Excavation Expense

           5,000.00

                      -  

           5,000.00

           5,000.00

50370

Parts - Supplies

         40,000.00

                      -  

         40,000.00

         40,000.00

50371

Sand & Gravel

         10,000.00

                      -  

         10,000.00

         10,000.00

50375

Gas

           8,000.00

                      -  

           8,000.00

           8,000.00

50376

Oils and lubricants

           4,500.00

                      -  

  4,500.00         

           4,500.00

50377

Diesel

         20,000.00

                      -  

         20,000.00

         20,000.00

50378

Tires Expense

           5,000.00

                      -  

           5,000.00

           5,000.00

50401

Professional Development

           4,000.00

                      -  

           4,000.00

           4,000.00

50413

Mileage/ travel reimbursement

               500.00

                      -  

               500.00

               500.00

50430

Filing fees/licenses/permits

           1,200.00

                      -  

           1,200.00

           1,200.00

50455

Professional Services

         26,400.00

                      -  

         26,400.00

         26,400.00

50511

Water Usage

               500.00

                      -  

               500.00

               500.00

50512

Telephone

           4,020.00

                      -  

           4,020.00

           4,020.00

50513

Sewer Expense

               465.00

                      -  

               465.00

               465.00

50535

Rental of Equipment

         25,000.00

                      -  

         25,000.00

         25,000.00

50536

R&M: Equipment

           8,000.00

    (15,000.00)

         23,000.00

         23,000.00

50537

Equipment Painting

           5,000.00

                      -  

           5,000.00

           5,000.00

50538

Loam & Seed

           1,500.00

                      -  

           1,500.00

           1,500.00

50539

R&M: Catch Basins & Manhole Cvr

               500.00

                      -  

               500.00

               500.00

50541

Ground repair and maintenance

           6,500.00

                      -  

           6,500.00

           6,500.00

50544

R & M: Radios

           1,500.00

                      -  

           1,500.00

           1,500.00

50545

R & M:  TREE REMOVE/REPLA

           4,500.00

                      -  

           4,500.00

           4,500.00

50547

R & M: SIGNS

           3,000.00

                      -  

           3,000.00

           3,000.00

50548

R & M: STREETS

         15,000.00

    (12,000.00)

         27,000.00

         27,000.00

50720

Equipment - vehicles

                        -  

  (185,000.00)

       185,000.00

       185,000.00

50770

Infrastructure- Paving

       475,000.00

                      -  

       475,000.00

       475,000.00

Total 15050500 Department of Public Work

   1,505,281.00

  (222,000.00)

   1,727,281.00

   1,727,281.00

 

Councilor Ward asked for clarification on the two positions coming back into the budget.  Mrs. Barnes said last year the Town eliminated the Mechanics position out of this current year budget because of a vacant position.  She said the Department has since filled that position once the Operations Manager retired.  The Town used the leftover fund from that line item to fill the Mechanics position.  She said moving forward into the Fiscal Year 2022 budget, the Department will hire another Driver Operator instead of filling the Operations Manager position.

 

Councilor Ward requested Mrs. Barnes highlight this position as a personnel change. 

 

Mr. Cyr said the F250 truck at the Transfer Station will not pass inspection and is not roadworthy.  The Transfer station is currently using the Mechanic’s truck instead which also needs work.  He recommended the Mechanic’s truck go to the Transfer Station and purchase a new truck for the Mechanic or vice versa.  Mr. Cyr is requesting $50,000 because the new truck will need a plow.  He mentioned needing the 20-ton trailer as well to transport the new Excavator.

 

 

B.      WINTER OPERATIONS

 

Mr. Cyr presented the winter operations budget as follows:

 

                  15051000 Winter Operations

ORG

OBJ

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

FY22 Projected Managerial Budget Appropriation

15051000

50140

Overtime

          65,000.00

15051000

50201

Unemployment Costs

                         -  

15051000

50202

Workers Comp Insurance

            1,686.00

15051000

50210

MEPERS - Employer Share

            6,695.00

15051000

50230

FICA Employer Costs

            4,973.00

15051000

50303

Other Supplies

        160,000.00

15051000

50370

Parts - Supplies

          25,000.00

15051000

50451

Contracted Professional Service

          50,000.00

Total 15051000 Winter Operations

        313,354.00

 

Mrs. Barnes said they only used 36% of the budget and have $41,000 left due to a very mild winter.  The Town must budget for a normal winter regardless. 

 

Councilor Larochelle asked if the new Driver position would raise the overtime for this Department.  Mr. Cyr said no because the Department will keep a mechanic in the shop at all times so the Department will be fully staffed. 

 

C.      TRANSFER STATION

 

Mr. Cyr presented the transfer station budget as follows:

 

15052000 Solid Waste/Transfer Station

ORG

OBJ

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

FY22 Projected Managerial Budget Appropriation

15052000

50104

Non-Supervisory

152,110.00

15052000

50116

Union Negotiations

3,600.00

15052000

50201

Unemployment Costs

480.00

15052000

50140

Overtime wages

-

15052000

50202

Workers Comp Insurance

7,586.00

15052000

50210

MEPERS - Employer Share

12,366.00

15052000

50220

Health Insurance

49,693.00

15052000

50230

FICA Employer Costs

11,636.00

15052000

50240

Medical testing

500.00

15052000

50301

Office Supplies

500.00

15052000

50302

Operating supplies

6,000.00

15052000

50306

Postage

80.00

15052000

50307

Advertising

100.00

15052000

50308

Printing

1,500.00

15052000

50330

Drug Testing

350.00

15052000

50351

Clothing/Boot Allowance

3,500.00

15052000

50352

Cell Phone allowance

420.00

15052000

50368

Hauling

-

15052000

50369

Land Fill

4,000.00

15052000

50370

Parts - Supplies

10,000.00

15052000

50377

Diesel

6,000.00

15052000

50378

Tires Expense

4,500.00

15052000

50401

Professional Development

250.00

15052000

50413

Mileage/ travel reimbursement

250.00

15052000

50430

Filing fees/licenses/permits

700.00

15052000

50511

Water usage fees

2,100.00

15052000

50512

Telephone

1,512.00

15052000

50513

Sewer Expense

530.00

15052000

50536

R&M: Equipment

5,000.00

15052000

50556

Trash Removal

350,000.00

15052000

53100

Capital Improvements

-

Total 15052000 Solid Waste

635,263.00

 

Mrs. Barnes said she would add $5,500 to the Trash Removal line as of this afternoon since Grimmels is increasing their disposal rate to $7.00/ton.  

 

Mrs. Tierney compared the revenues for FY 2021 and 2020 in the current period being April.  She said the total revenue for FY 2020 is $146,800 budgeted and $149,254.94 collected.  The Town has collected over what they had budgeted for Solid Waste Permits.  The Town budgeted $77,000 and collected $77,277.  She said in 2020, they budgeted $75,000 and collected $76,510.  The Town has collected $767 more as of April FY21 than in FY20.  For both fiscal years, the Town has collected more than budgeted amounts at this point in time in the fiscal year (Period 10).  The Town increased the budgeted amounts for Solid Waste Permits from FY20 to FY21 in the amount of $2,000.  She said the Transfer Station will be collecting more for Metals, Yard Items, Tires and Universal Waste since the weather is improving and people are cleaning out more. 

 

Mr. Lunt asked for a breakdown for the $45,000 increase in the Trash Removal line.  Mrs. Tierney said this includes tipping fees, recyclables and other items people can bring, like mattress’, tires, oils, fluorescent lights etc.  Mrs. Tierney also said Composting is included in that line as well.  Mr. Cyr said this is mostly because the Recycling has gone up.  The fees are based on tonnage and they are taking the glass with the plastic, which adds a lot of weight.  Councilor Lunt suggested going back to sorting the Recycling to separate the glass.

Mr. Cyr reported he has been looking at setting up a separate bin just for glass.  Mrs. Barnes stated the hauling rate will be going up from $150 a ton to $245 a ton in November.  Councilor Ward asked what the savings is for Composting.  Councilor Lunt asked for a breakdown for the $355,000 in the Trash Removal Line. 

 

Mrs. Ward said with the Finance Committee just forming at the beginning of the year and the budget season starting, that they have not had a lot of time to work on the pay per bag initiative. 

 

Mr. Cyr said to have Curbside pick-up, it would cost the Town over $1,000,000, which would include financing the truck, paying for the trash pick-up, and the tipping fees. 

 

D.    STREET/TRAFFIC LIGHTS/hydrant rental

 

Mr. Cyr presented the budget for Street/Traffic Lights and Hydrant Rental as follows:

 

15053500 Other Public Works - Hydrant Rental/Street Lights

ORG

OBJ

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

FY22 Projected Managerial Budget Appropriation

15053500

50510

Electricity

           78,000.00

15053500

50534

Hydrant Rental

         480,000.00

15053500

50536

R&M: Equipment

           12,000.00

Total 15053500 Other Public Works

         570,000.00

 

E.      SEWER/WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT

 

Mr. Aievoli presented the Sewer/Wastewater Treatment Plant Budget as follows:

 

65052500 Sewer Department

ORG

OBJ

ACCOUNT DESCRIPTION

FY22 Projected Managerial Budget Appropriation

65052500

50102

Department Head

         87,353.00

65052500

50104

Non-Supervisory

       206,603.00

65052500

50107

Admin Wages

         17,712.00

65052500

50140

Overtime wages

         22,900.00

65052500

50201

Unemployment Costs

               697.00

65052500

50202

Workers compensation insurance

         10,994.00

65052500

50210

Maine State retirement

         32,636.00

65052500

50215

Admin Benefits

           8,606.00

65052500

50220

Health insurance

         95,058.00

65052500

50221

HRA Costs

           3,724.00

65052500

50230

FICA taxes

         24,239.00

65052500

50240

Medical testing

               250.00

65052500

50301

Office supplies

           2,500.00

65052500

50302

Operating Supplies

                        -  

65052500

50303

Other Supplies

         37,000.00

65052500

50306

Postage

           8,500.00

65052500

50307

Advertising

               300.00

65052500

50330

Drug Testing

               400.00

65052500

50331

Small Tools

           3,000.00

65052500

50351

Clothing/Boot Allowance

           4,250.00

65052500

50352

Cell Phone allowance

           2,564.00

65052500

50375

Gas

           2,980.00

65052500

50377

Diesel

           1,600.00

65052500

50401

Professional employee training

           3,000.00

65052500

50413

Mileage/Travel Reimbursement

               300.00

65052500

50430

Filing fees/licenses/permits

           1,085.00

65052500

50450

Legal expense

           1,000.00

65052500

50452

Audit services

           2,550.00

65052500

50455

Professional Services

         10,000.00

65052500

50483

Security System Maintenance

           2,880.00

65052500

50510

Electricity

         99,000.00

65052500

50511

Water usage fees

         15,500.00

65052500

50512

Telephone

           1,920.00

65052500

50514

Heating Fuel

           7,000.00

65052500

50530

Software and Services

         32,920.00

65052500

50539

R&M: Catch Basins & Manhole Cv

           7,500.00

65052500

50546

R & M: SEWER

         72,000.00

65052500

50550

Meter Read

         10,000.00

65052500

50555

Sludge Disposal

         94,400.00

65052500

50556

Trash Removal

           1,600.00

65052500

50557

CCTV & Cleaning Out

         10,000.00

65052500

50601

General Liability

           2,890.00

65052500

50602

Vehicle Insurance

           1,163.00

65052500

50604

Property Insurance

           9,737.00

65052500

50750

Improvements other than building

       150,000.00

65052500

50806

Bond Administration Fees

           2,200.00

65052500

53307

Vactor Lease

         37,313.00

65052500

53400

2004 FR Bond Principal

         17,500.00

65052500

53401

2005 FR Bond Principal

         25,000.00

65052500

53405

2014 QECB Principal

         16,458.00

65052500

53600

2004 FR Bond Interest

           2,011.00

65052500

53601

2005 FR Bond Interest

           3,315.00

65052500

53605

2014 QECB Interest

           5,875.00

65052500

53610

Interim Financing Interest

         43,904.00

Total 65052500 Treatment Plant

   1,263,887.00

TOTAL 6000 SEWER FUND

   1,263,887.00

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

VOTE (2021-85) Councilor Ward, seconded by Councilor Albert moved to adjourn at 8:05 pm

 

Roll Call Vote:  Yeas – Albert, Lunt, Larochelle, Ward, Kolbe, Ganong and Fellows.  Nays - None. 

Order passed - Vote 7-0.

 

 

__________________________________

Lisa B. Smith, Deputy Clerk

Date Approved: May 4, 2021

 

 

 

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