TOWN COUNCIL
JAMESTOWN, RHODE ISLAND
May 8, 2000
(as amended on May 22, 2000)

A regular meeting of the Jamestown Town Council was called to order at the
Jamestown Philomenian Library, 26 North Road, at 7:00 PM by Council
President David J. Long. The following members were present:
Kenneth G. Littman, Vice President
Craig A. Amerigian
Bruce W. McIntyre
David Swain

Also present were:
Maryanne Crawford, CPA, Town Administrator/Finance Director
Arlene D. Kalooski, Town Clerk
James T. Murphy, Esq., Town Solicitor
Richard Allphin, Zoning Vice Chair
Betty Hubbard, Planning Commission Chair
Arthur J. Christman, Fire Chief
SITTING AS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSING COMMISSION
  
1)   Transfer of liquor license:  (duly advertised in the Newport Daily
News,      April 14 & 21, 2000)
CLASS B-VICTUALER
Oral's Specialty Food Service Management, Inc.
dba: Schoolhouse Café
14 Narragansett Avenue
TO
Schoolhouse Café, Inc.
dba:  Schoolhouse Café
14 Narragansett Avenue

  a) Letter of objection from Samuel J. Kolodney re: Rotelli Liquor Co. 
  b) Letter of objection from Samuel J. Kolodney re: Wayne Distributing
Co.

Gloria Dahl, the attorney representing the present owner of Oral's
Specialty Food Service Management, Inc., d/b/a the Schoolhouse Cafe, Inc.,
 presented proof of payment for the bills from Rotelli Liquor Company and
Wayne Distributing Company.
      The new owner of Schoolhouse Cafe, Inc., Kevin Sullivan related to
the Council that he is planning to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at
the restaurant, with hours of operation from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM.
      Mr. Sullivan further stated that there will be no changes in the
layout or configuration of the restaurant.
      In reply to an inquiry on his experience in the restaurant business,
Mr. Sullivan informed the Council that he has owned a restaurant in
Newport for the last five (5) years.
      It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Councilor Amerigian to
grant the transfer of license to the Schoolhouse Cafe, Inc.  So
unanimously voted.

2)   New license application:   (duly advertised in the Newport Daily
News, 
  April 14 & 21, 2000) 
                 CLASS B- VICTUALER
Schoolhouse Café, Inc.
dba:  Schoolhouse Café
14 Narragansett Avenue

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Littman to approve
the Class B Victualer license for the Schoolhouse Cafe, Inc., subject to
the resolution of debts, taxes and appropriate signatures.
      So unanimously voted.

3)   Applications for expanded scope of licensed premises:  (duly
advertised in the Newport Daily News, April 14 and 21, 2000; abutter
notices mailed by Certified Mail - Returned Receipt)
     a)                       CLASS D- CLUB
        i) Portuguese American Citizen's Club
11 Pemberton Avenue so as to include therein all land and buildings
located on Lot 79 of Assessor's Plat 8

John A. Murphy, representing the Portuguese American Citizen's Club,
requested that the Council approve their request to include all land and
buildings located on Lot 79, Plat 8 in the area described as the premises
location for this Class D Club license.
      Joseph W. Tiexiera, past President of the Portuguese American
Citizen's Club and Holy Ghost Society, was sworn in to testify.
      Mr. Tiexiera stated that as far back as he could remember, beverages
were served on the grounds outside of the building.
      Mr. Tiexiera further stated that a change to the wording was made to
the license without any notification to the club.
      It was thought to be a clerical error and brought before the Council
so that this error could be corrected.   Counselor Murphy referred to the
drawing of the premises (site plan) submitted to the Council noting that
the club is only asking for their license to be returned to the way it was
issued prior to the change made by the Town Clerk's office; that being, to
cover the entire parcel of land.
      Counselor Murphy introduced a petition and letter signed by
approximately 176 residents supporting the request made by the Portuguese
American Citizen's Club.
      Mr. Tiexiera informed the Council that the only time the club would
utilize the license for the parking lot area would be for special events
such as the Feast of the Holy Ghost.

Council President Long opened the hearing to audience comment.

The following residents were in opposition to the club's request to
include therein all land and buildings located at Lot 79, Plat 8:

Kellie A. Cunningham Tolan, 8 Lawn Avenue, informed the Council that her
home is located within 25 feet of the new patio area and is directly
impacted by the noise and activity at the club.Michael Tolan, 8 Lawn
Avenue, requested that the Council give consideration to the neighbors,
noting that approval by the Council would enable the club to use that
patio area from 11:00 AM to 1:00 AM.

Robert L. Trout, 14 Lawn Avenue, noted that he is within 120 feet of the
patio.
      Additionally, Mr. Trout commented that he hears the noise from the
club; which includes, bad language, yelling and screaming, crashing of
beer bottles, screeching cars and from the last outside event, a tractor
trailer truck with a generator running for several days at a time.

Charles (Chip)  S. Young, 16 Lawn Avenue, informed the Council that he was
extremely upset at this request for expansion of license.
      Further noting that he was in full agreement with Mr. Trout's
statement.
      Mr. Young presented a written statement to the Council President.

Joanne Phillips, 20 Lawn Avenue, strongly opposed the club's request
pointing out that this a family neighborhood with two schools, day care
facilities and housing for the elderly in the immediate area.
      Ms. Phillips read a written statement expressing her opposition.

Kevin Phillips, 20 Lawn Avenue, informed the Council that when he
purchased his property he was told that this could not happen and that
this property was part of an Indian burial ground.
      Mr. Phillips noted that he thought there were zoning issues
discussed several years ago relating to considerations made in regard to
the lot that they sold to development and the use of their club.
The following supported the club's request to include therein all land and
buildings located at Lot 79, Plat 8:

Joseph Andrade, 25 Lawn Avenue, a life long resident and neighbor of the
club, informed the Council that he was in agreement with the request made
by the club.

Jonathan King, 155 Beacon Avenue, commented that because the license was
changed without notification to the club, it should be returned to the way
it was originally issued.  Further adding that this club was in existence
long before many of the opposing residents moved into this neighborhood.

Howard Tighe, 24 Lawn Avenue, informed the Council that he does not object
to the club's request.

Joseph Medeiros, Frigate Street, suggested that the patio area would be
used more often on a Friday and Saturday night rather than a weekday.
      Mr. Medeiros supported the request.

Marjorie Moran, 14 Pemberton Avenue, a long-time resident, supported the
request by the club.

Joan Dupee, 159 North Road, offered her support and noted that she was not
aware of any problems at the club.

In addition to the residents present, Counselor Murphy introduced a
petition and letter signed by approximately 176 residents supporting the
request made by the Portuguese American Citizen's Club.

Counselor Murphy addressed the concerns of the residents, indicating that
the Portuguese American Citizen's Club would actively attempt to control
the time bottles and cans are dumped into the dumpster and limit the
length of time delivery trucks with noisy generators are left running.
      Mr. Tiexiera apologized for the noisy truck and suggested that
bottles would be dumped after 8:00 AM.
The Council discussed the concerns of the neighbors and the fact that the
patio area was only constructed within the last two years.
      It was noted that, at present, the club is not allowed to serve
alcohol on that open air patio.
       The Town Solicitor informed the Council that the right to sell
retail liquor is a license, not a property right.
      More importantly, the statutes dealing with the issuance of liquor
licenses specifically states that every license shall particularly
describe the place where the rights thereunder are to be exercised.  It
will be the Council's decision to particularly describe that place.
      The Town Solicitor further clarified the issue, referring to Section
14-5 which makes it is an offense for anyone to consume alcoholic
beverages, including beer and wine, in any public place other than the
premises licensed to serve alcoholic beverages or on any public property
unless the premises are exempted from the provisions of this section by
the authority of the Town Council.  

Counselor Murphy noted that he was concerned because up until recently,
the club license was issued so that people could walk around with
beverages outside of the building and that on many occasions in the past
this was not a problem.  
In consideration of the club's request, the Council discussed the
possibility that alcohol could be served in the building or on the patio
area unless there was a special function being held, at which time,
permission would be requested from the Town Council.
       It was felt that because licenses are issued on an annual basis,
this could be monitored and reviewed annually.
      It was noted that the Chief of Police has always approved the
issuance of the license for the Portuguese American Citizen's Club.

There being no further comments, it was moved by Councilor McIntyre,
seconded by Councilor Long to approve the Class D license for the
Portuguese American Citizen's Club for the building and present open-air
patio area connected to the building located on Lot 79 of Plat 8 subject
to any special use permits for the perimeter area to come before the Town
Council for approval.
      So unanimously voted. It was strongly suggested by Councilor
McIntyre that the officials from the Portuguese American Citizen's Club
and the neighbors meet within thirty days to address the concerns raised
at this hearing. 

        ii)          The Conanicut Yacht Club
40 Bay View Drive so as to include therein all land and buildings located
on Lot 267 of Assessor's Plat 8

John A. Murphy representing the Conanicut Yacht Club, presented the
Council with a drawing of the proposed area to be included in their
license.
      Counselor Murphy stated that the Conanicut Yacht Club has 325
members and as recently as 1995 they held a license that permitted them to
serve alcohol on their entire lot and on occasion or special party to set
up a tent or table on the outside deck or on the south lawn.
      They wish to be in compliance with the law and that is why they are
here.  

William Burgin, 56 Maple Avenue, former commodore of the Yacht Club, noted
that on three (3) or four (4) occasions each year there is a need to place
a tent on the east and south side of the property for particular
functions.    

Anne Livingston, 14 Howland Avenue, informed the Council that the abutters
to the Conanicut Yacht Club are also members of the club.  

The Council discussed the drawing showing the area being requested by the
club for inclusion in their licensed premises.  

Council President Long invited other comments from the audience.
      There being no further comments, it was moved by Councilor Swain,
seconded by Councilor Long to grant the Conanicut Yacht Club the license
with the proviso of the licensed area being that outlined in exhibit "A",
as attached and made part of their Class D license.  So unanimously voted.

CONSENT AGENDA

It was requested that item #1a be removed from the consent agenda.
     Motion by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Amerigian to approve
the consent agenda as amended. So unanimously voted. The amended consent
agenda consisted of:

2)   Bills and Payroll
3)   Copies of minutes of Boards and Committees
  a) Jamestown Planning Commission (04/05/2000)
  b) Jamestown Library Board of Trustees (03/21/2000)
  c) Jamestown Water Resource Protection Committee (02/24/2000)
4)   Resolutions from state and other municipalities
  a) City of Newport re:  opposition to development of a casino in West
Warwick
5)   RICRMC newsletter:  Coastal Features Volume 8, Number 2
6)   RIDEM notice re:  wetland's open house, Wednesday, May 24, 2000
7)   State Planning Council public notice, Amendment to the Transportation
        Improvement Program
8)   The Coalition for Consumer Justice Education Project, Inc. re: 
notification of     annual door to door education campaign in Jamestown
9)   Office of Municipal Affairs re:  e-mail address
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1)   Adoption of Council minutes:
  a) 04/24/2000 (regular meeting)
Councilor Amerigian requested that the statement made by Mr. Bolger on
page 4 be corrected.  Mr. Bolger was invited to restate his comment. Mr.
Bolger informed the Council that there was an error made by him in the
application to the Commission; the property was purchased jointly,
however, when the home was built it was transferred into his wife's name.
      
Councilor Amerigian corrected the statement made by himself on page 6 with
reference to the Harbormaster.
      In the first year that he (Mr. Paterson) was overpaid, he earned
about $1,000.00 less than the previous year.  The way it happened was that
he was an hourly employee the previous year and had an opportunity to make
overtime pay. 
It was moved by Councilor Amerigian, seconded by Councilor Long to approve
the amended minutes.  So unanimously voted.

EXECUTIVE SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT

None

PUBLIC HEARINGS

1)   Zoning Ordinance Amendment related to:  businesses that use marina
slips, dock space   and/or moorings including ferries and related parking
requirements (duly advertised    Jamestown Press, April 20, April 27 & May
4, 2000)
  a) Memorandum from William Munger
  b) Letter from Alan Baines re:   in opposition of proposed zoning
ordinance
  c) Letter from Steven M. McInnis, Esq., representing Conanicut Marine
Services, Inc; Dutch Harbor Boatyard, Inc.; and Jamestown Boatyard, Inc.
  d) Letter from Town Solicitor re:  additional information in reference
to Mr. McInnis' letter Council President Long reported that the Council
received information regarding a Supreme Court decision relating to the
subject of this proposed amendment.
      The Town Solicitor expanded on the issue noting that the Rhode
Island Supreme Court issued an opinion in the case of the Town of Warren
v. CRMC, whereby the jurisdiction of both below and above the mean high
water line is addressed.  It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by
Councilor McIntyre to refer this proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendment to
the Town Solicitor and Planning Commission and to continue the hearing
following their review.  
It was voted four in favor, with Councilor Swain recusing.
      The motion passed.
The Planning Commission Chair requested that the Town Solicitor be present
when this proposed ordinance is being reviewed by the Planning Commission.
Councilor McIntyre expressed great concern that this issue was not
addressed directly with the people that would be affected by the Council's
decision.  

OPEN FORUM

1)   Scheduled Requests to Address

2)   Non-Agenda Requests to Address
Steven McInnis, 56 Wright Lane, requested permission to address the
Council when the discuss unfinished business.

Fire Chief Arthur Christman announced that the library seating capacity
had been reached and requested that the aisles and back of the building be
cleared.

David Pritchard, 45 Windsor Street, requested permission to address the
Council when they discuss the Harbor Management Commission.

Sterling Graham, 172 Racquet Road, commented that the Planning Commission
meetings are open meetings and suggested that the Jamestown Press could
publish the results of these meetings.

Mary Webster, 8 Mt.
     Hope Avenue, inquired about the Chamber of Commerce and if they kept
up to date with issues relating to the business community. 

Gloria Dahl, a Chamber of Commerce member stated that they are attempting
to have a member present at the Council meetings.

Chris Irby, Jamestown Press, informed the Council that the Jamestown Press
always publishes any press release sent to them.

Timothy Baker, President of the Chamber of Commerce read the Chamber's
Mission Statement and requested that the business community be included
when the Planning Commission or other departments are considering issues
relating to them.
      Mr. Baker also noted that the agendas for the Planning Commission
are vague.

Jonathan King, 155 Beacon Avenue suggested that the Town should notify
interested parties when discussing changes.

Several residents expressed their concern relating to the availability of
meeting agendas; this brought about a lengthy discussion on how and where
Town meeting agendas are posted.  The Town Clerk informed the Council that
meeting agendas are posted at the place where the particular meeting will
be held and at the Town Hall in the glass case mounted on the outside of
the building; all Town Council agendas are posted at the Town Office, Town
Hall, Library and on the internet.

     REPORTS OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND TOWN OFFICIALS

1)   Town Administrator's report
The Town Administrator notified the Council that there will be a walk on
Southwest Avenue with RIDOT on Friday, May 12, 2000 at 10:00 AM.
      A press release will be published in the Jamestown Press on Thursday
to notify residents of this meeting.
       It is expected that concerns of the residents will be addressed at
that time.  

  a) Public Works pickup truck
The Town Administrator reported that there were two bids submitted.  The
low bid, in the amount of $23,137.00, did not meet specifications.  The
Town Administrator requested that the Council award the bid to Colony Ford
in an amount not to exceed $24,900.00.

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to award
the bid for the Public Works pickup truck to Colony Ford in an amount not
to exceed $24,900.00.  So unanimously voted. b) Update on preparation for
tall ships
The Town Administrator reported that recently she held a meeting with the
staff in Jamestown to discuss local issues such as porta johns, dumpsters,
roads to be closed and public safety.
      The Jamestown hosted a meeting at the police station with State
Officials and the Red Cross to discuss first aid stations and other health
issues.
      The Town Administrator will keep the Council informed as plans are
being made.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1)   Letter from RIDEM re:  former landfill - revised site investigation
work plan (from    04/10/2000 & 4/24/2000 - continued for presentation
from GZA Geoenvironmental, Inc.)

The Town Administrator informed the Council that a meeting is being held
on Wednesday, May 10, 2000 at 10:00 AM to discuss the revised site
investigation work plan with the neighbors and their consultant.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Amerigian to
accept the work plan.  So unanimously voted.
2)   Matthew P. Gabrilowitz re:  composition of the Harbor Commission
(from     04/24/2000 - continued for written opinion of Town Solicitor)
  a) Copy of petition to nullify appointment of Patrick Bolger (presented
to          Town Solicitor on 04/24/2000) 
  b) Town Solicitor re:  legal opinion   
  c) Copy of letter to Town Solicitor from M.P. Gabrilowitz
  d) Copy of letter to M. P. Gabrilowitz from Town Solicitor
There was a lengthy discussion on the appointment of Patrick Bolger to the
Harbor Management Commission.
      Several residents addressed the definition of a riparian property
owner and the intent of the Harbor Ordinance in appointing riparian
representatives.
      It was noted that Mr. Bolger was not a riparian property owner at
the time of his appointment and therefore, his appointment should be a
nullity.  
Councilor McIntyre referred to the opinion of the Town Solicitor which
states in part:

Mr. Bolger was not qualified to serve on the Harbor Management Commission
in the capacity in which he was appointed in 1998.
      A conveyance to him of an interest in riparian property on April 23,
2000, did not validate his appointment.
      It is generally held that a person must qualify for the office to
which he is appointed or elected at the time he takes office and the
attainment of required qualifications after taking office does not
validate the appointment.
      Since Mr. Bolger is now qualified to serve on the Harbor Management
Commission in the capacity in which he was initially appointed, the
Council may wish to reappoint him to that position on May 8, 2000.

An area of concern raised by the nullity of the appointment of Mr. Bolger
was how it would affect any votes made by the Commission.
      The Town Solicitor noted that the actions taken during the tenure of
Mr. Bolger indicate that nearly all the votes taken were unanimous;
therefore all votes and actions would stand as voted.

It was moved by Councilor McIntyre, seconded by Councilor Littman to
advertise for the position of outside riparian owner.
      It was voted four in favor, and Councilor Amerigian voted nay.
      The motion passed.

3)   Ruth E. Clark re:  notification from Zoning Official (from 04/24/2000
- continued for research by Town Solicitor)

  a) Town Solicitor opinion
The Town Solicitor informed the Council that Ms. Clark is prohibited by
Town Ordinance to reside in a trailer or recreational vehicle on her
property; however, Ms. Clark could seek a variance from the Zoning Board
of Review.
Sue Maden, cousin of Ruth E. Clark, explained that if her health allows,
Ms. Clark will arrive in July to be with her family for the summer.  Ms.
Maden noted that her cousin is too ill to appear before the Zoning Board.
      It was the consensus of the Council that Ms. Maden should speak with
the Town Administrator to make arrangements to apply for a variance for
Ms. Clark.

4)   Legislation for bond issue re:  rehabilitation of sewer treatment
plant (from 04/24/2000 - continued for changes to proposed legislation
from David Ferrara, bond attorney with Taft McSally)
  a) Memorandum from David H. Ferrara re:  Mandatory Bond Act
  b) Memorandum from David H. Ferrara re:  Discretionary Bond Act
The Town Administrator presented the two proposals for the Council's
consideration, noting that the Town Solicitor and the bond Counselor are
recommending the Discretionary Bond Act. 
It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Councilor Long to forward the
sewer bond permitting the imposition of additional sewer charges to the
discretion of the Council to the appropriate representatives.
      So unanimously voted.
A discussion ensued on how the debt service on this bond would be paid.
      Concern was raised with exactly who would be paying for the sewer
service.
      Councilor Amerigian pointed out that both Sewer Bond Acts include
the language from Chapter 233 of the Public Laws of 1973. 

5)   Memorandum of Agreement re:  Downtown Enhancement Project (from     
04/10/2000 & 04/24/2000 - continued for report from Town Administrator)
Previously discussed in Town Administrator's report.

COMMUNICATIONS

1)   Letter from Julio DiGiando re:  Fort Wetherill Boat Basin
Mr. DiGiando expressed great concern regarding the placement of
handicapped parking at the Fort Wetherill Boat Basin; specifically, the
terrain, distance and the grade.
      Mr. DiGiando suggested that spaces adjacent to the existing concrete
structure that will be retained by the Town should be considered as an
area for handicapped parking.
      The Town Administrator suggested a meeting with Mr. DiGiando, Robert
Sutton and herself to further discuss this issue.
      It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Councilor Long to
continue this issue to the next Council meeting on May 22, 2000.
      So unanimously voted.

2)   Letter from Lawrence Taft, Audubon Society of RI re:  educational
aquaculture    project
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to accept the
communication and forward it to Mr. Pritchard so that he can address any
concerns that the Audubon Society of RI may have.  So unanimously voted.

3)   Copy of letter to Steven Goslee from Margaret R. Ahern re:  drainage
The Town Administrator informed the Council that Mr. Goslee met with the
residents and is working with them to resolve this issue.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to
accept this communication and request an update on the progress.
      So unanimously voted.

4)   Copy of letter to Town Administrator from Judi C. Patterson re: 
public access
The Town Solicitor reported that it has been determined that Prospect
Avenue is an unapproved street and that this is a dispute between two
property owners and is a civil matter.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to
accept the letter and request that Ms. Patterson be notified of this
decision.  So unanimously voted.

5)   Copy of letter to Town Clerk from Turner C. Scott re:  appeal of
Harry Baird
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to accept
the letter from Turner C. Scott.  So unanimously voted.

6)   Letters relating to mooring fees
  a) Paul J. Knierim
  b) John P. Howlett
  c) Fred Moffett
  d) Richard G. Brennan
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to accept the
letters relating to mooring fees.  So unanimously voted.

7)   Petition from residents of Backstay Road (do not pave Backstay)
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to accept
this petition.  So unanimously voted.
  
NEW BUSINESS

1)   Request for Council's support from Jamestown Soccer Association re: 
deed restrictions on Eldred Avenue field

The Town Administrator informed the Council that one of the problems with
this field is caused by the lack of water to maintain the field.
      There is a deed restriction on this property prohibiting the
installation of a well.
      The Town Administrator suggested that she and the Town Solicitor be
allowed to pursue the possibility of lifting this restriction.
      Councilor Swain noted that these restrictions were put on this
property for particular reasons and cautioned that both the reasoning and
restrictions cannot be taken lightly.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Littman to
refer this request to the Town Administrator and the Town Solicitor.
      So unanimously voted.

2)   Request for proposals from RIDEM re:  funding from RI Aqua Fund
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to refer the
RI Aqua Fund request for proposals to the Town Administrator.
      So unanimously voted.

3)   Request from Mary Smith re:  automobile damage
It was moved by Councilor McIntyre, seconded by Councilor Swain to refer
this request regarding auto damage to the Town Solicitor.
      So unanimously voted.

4)   Request from Arnold - Zweir Post No.
     22  re:  Memorial Day Parade route (no   parking)
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to grant
permission for the Memorial Day Parade.  So unanimously voted.

5)   Peddlar license one-day application:
     Applicant         Location    Date
     *Central Baptist Church 99 Narragansett Ave. May 27, or May 29, 2000
* request to waive fee ($5.00)
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Littman to grant the
one-day peddlar license to Central Baptist Church and to waive the fee.
      So unanimously voted.

6)   Fort Getty Pavilion Application:  (only on Agenda for request to
waive fee of    $100.00)
     Applicant                  Date
     *Central Baptist Church          May 21, 2000 
* request to waive $100.00 fee
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to waive
the pavilion fee of $100.00.  So unanimously voted.

7)   Entertainment license one-day application:  (request for DJ at Fort
Getty     Pavilion from the hours of 10:00 am to 10:00 pm)   
     Applicant                  Date     
     Jeremy Ward (non-resident wedding)     June 10, 2000
Note:  this date was requested (1999) prior to the new lease being
established 
The Town Administrator informed the Council that this request is for a
wedding being held at Fort Getty.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor McIntyre to
approve the one-day entertainment license, subject to the resolution of
debts, taxes and appropriate signatures.  So unanimously voted.

EXECUTIVE SESSION

None
OPEN FORUM continued

Joseph Medeiros requested that when advertising for the outside riparian
owner the Town be specific as to the definition of a riparian owner.
It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Littman to refer the
definition of riparian owner to the Town Solicitor.  So unanimously voted.

ADJOURNMENT

There being no further business before the Council, motion by Councilor
Long, seconded by Councilor Amerigian to adjourn the meeting at 10:41 PM.
     So unanimously voted.

Attest:

Arlene D. Kalooski
Town Clerk