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Monday’s Westerly Town Council Agendas


Special Meeting: Charter Revision

Monday, July 7, 5:45 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER

1. Advisory Charter Revision Commission of 2014 – Interviews of Applicants

2. Appointment Of Advisory Charter Revision Commission of 2014

ADJOURNMENT

Committee of the Whole

Monday, July 7, 7 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER

1. L & M/Westerly Hospital – Update – Stephen Greene, Board Chairman and Dan Rissi, M.D., Vice President and Chief Medical and Clinical Operations Officer

2. Town’s New Insurance Policy – Lawrence E. Keefe, Starkweather & Shepley – Discussion

3. Phase I Aquifer Protection Study – GeoInsight, Inc. – Discussion

4. Proposed Bonds – Road Paving & Repairs and Artificial Turf – Discussion

5. Resolution Of The Town Of Westerly Authorizing Capital Improvements To Roads, Bridges And Appurtenances thereto And Approving The Issuance Of Bonds And Notes Therefor In An Amount Not To Exceed $625,000

6. Resolution Ratifying And Confirming Extension Of The First Quarter Property Tax Grace Period To August 8, 2014

ADJOURNMENT

Special Meeting: Miscellaneous

Monday, July 7, 7:15 p.m.

CALL TO ORDER

CONSENT CALENDAR

1. Fiscal Matters

a. Resolution Authorizing Payment To The Misquamicut Business Association From FY2014/2015 Budget ($11,079.35)

NEW BUSINESS

1. Resolution Of The Town Of Westerly Authorizing Capital Improvements To Roads, Bridges And Appurtenances thereto And Approving The Issuance Of Bonds And Notes Therefor In An Amount Not To Exceed $625,000

2. Resolution Ratifying And Confirming Extension Of The First Quarter Property Tax Grace Period To August 8, 2014

ADJOURNMENT

42-46-6(b) “…Nothing contained herein shall prevent a public body, other than a school committee, from adding additional items to the agenda by majority vote of the members. Such additional items shall be for informational purposes only and may not be voted on except where necessary to address an unexpected occurrence that requires immediate action to protect the public or to refer the matter to an appropriate committee or to another body or official.

Open Board Seats

(Applications can be obtained on the Town of Westerly’s website www.townofwesterly.com and submitted to the Office of Town Clerk)

Economic Development Commission

Licensing Board

Westerly Public Parking Commission

Board Of Recreation

Housing Authority

Zoning Board

Architectural Review Board

Conservation Commission

Board Of Assessment Review – Auxiliary Member

Juvenile Hearing Board

Minimum Standards Housing Board Of Review

Board Of Tenants Affairs

South County Community Action Agency

Packer Of Fish

Municipal Land Trust

Interpreter Services

Individuals requesting interpreter services for the hearing impaired must call 348-2500 or 596-2022 (v/tdd) 72 hours in advance of the hearing date.

Website

The Town Council agenda and supporting documents can be accessed on the Town of Westerly website at www.townofwesterly.com.

Disclaimer

The agenda listing is for informational purposes only and is not meant to serve as a legal posting of meetings or agenda schedules.



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