TOWN COUNCIL MEETING
October 22, 2001

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 Guy J. Settipane.

The following members were present:

David A. Swain
Kenneth G. Littman
David J. Long
Norma B. Willis

Also present were:

Maryanne Crawford, CPA, Town Administrator/Finance Director
Arlene D. Kalooski,, Town Clerk
Douglas R. DeSimone, Esq., Town Solicitor
Arthur J. Christman, Fire Chief
Thomas P. Tighe, Police Chief
Senator Teresa Piva-Weed
Representative William J. Murphy

AWARDS, PRESENTATIONS AND ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

1)   Police Officer William J. Piva, Jr. Promotion to Sergeant

Council President Settipane announced the promotion of Officer William J.
Piva, Jr.
     to the position of Sergeant.
      The Oath of Office was administered to Officer Piva by Council
President Settipane.
      Sergeant Piva was congratulated by the Council and Police Chief
Thomas Tighe.

SITTING AS ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE LICENSING COMMISSION   

1)   It is hereby given by the Town Council of the Town of Jamestown,
being the Licensing Board in said Town as provided under Title 3, Chapters
1-12 of the General Laws of Rhode Island 1956, and as amended that the
following application has been received by the Town Council for a new
Class BV liquor license under said Act, for the year ending December 1,
2002:

NEW LICENSE:
Slice of Heaven, Inc.
dba: Slice of Heaven
32 Narragansett Avenue
Jamestown, RI  02835

Council President Settipane noted that the application from Slice of
Heaven, Inc. contains all proper department head signatures.

 It was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Councilor Long to
advertise the application for a BV Liquor License for the Slice of Heaven,
Inc., d/b/a Slice of Heaven for hearing on November 26, 2001 at 7:00 PM. 
So unanimously voted.

2)   BYOB Licensing Information for Council's Review (cont.
     from 10/09/2001)

The Town Clerk informed the Council that her research shows that there are
no regulatory procedures at the State level or through municipalities
relating to BYOB.
      Any establishment holding a victualing license may offer BYOB as
long as they do not hold any type of liquor license.

No action was taken on this item.

CONSENT AGENDA

It was requested that items #1, 3(b) and 6 be held from the consent
agenda.
      It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to
accept the consent agenda as amended.  So unanimously voted.

2) Bills and Payroll

3) Copies of Minutes of Boards & Committee Meetings:

a) Planning Commission (09/19/2001)
c)   Beavertail Advisory Committee (05/16/2001)
d)   Tax Assessment Board of Review (09/12/2001)

4) RICRMC 

a)   Assents: 

i) Dr. John Yashar to perform buffer zone management by changing the view
corridor width from 50 feet to 80 feet at its widest point.
      The remainder of the buffer zone is to remain undisturbed; located
at plat 9 lot 792; 76 Highland Avenue;

ii) Morna Bucklin to remodel and construct additions to existing dwelling.
      The dwelling will be connected to the existing septic system;
located at plat 2 lot 36; 620 East Shore Road;

iii) H. F. Kurz & Gloria J. Scott Kurz a Modification of Assent #A00-3-17
to construct a replacement DEM, approved 4 bedroom design, ISDS in the
same footprint as the originally approved ISDS.
      No seaward expansion of the septic system is allowed and no change
in the originally approved coastal buffer zone is allowed.  Located at
plat 4 lot 11; 400 East Shore Road.

b)   Finding No Significant Impact:

i)   Anna Williams re: construct a new garage with a second floor addition
and porch connector to the existing dwelling located at plat 8 lot 265; 30
Bay View Drive;

ii)  Louise & Theodore Petit re: construct a fence (not to exceed 6 feet)
on the southern property boundary and install permeable pavers to
driveway.
      Fence to stop one foot before coastal feature; located at plat 3 lot
129; 415 Seaside Drive.

  5)    RIDEM

a)   Wetland Violation to Dr. & Mrs. Zarlengo located at 350 Seaside
Drive.

6)   Office of the General Treasurer re:  2001 Report on Rhode Island's
Local Government Debt to the Public Finance Management Board

7)   Census 2000 Block Map

8)   Abatements/Addenda of Taxes
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1) Adoption of Council minutes:

a)   10/09/2001 Regular Meeting

Councilor Willis requested additional information be added to the minutes
for clarification.
      It was moved by Councilor Willis, seconded by Councilor Littman that
page 5 of the 10/09/2001 Town Council minutes the sentence regarding the
appointment of committee members should read as follows:  The Town
Administrator informed the Council that Mr. Johnson would be replacing
Christopher Powell as representative from the Conservation Commission;
generally, the board and commission representative on a committee would be
selected by the committee membership being represented for Council
approval.

3)   Copies of Minutes of Boards & Committee Meetings:

     b) Jamestown Harbor Management Commission (09/12/2001)

Councilor Willis reminded the Council that the Harbormaster will be giving
a report and making recommendations regarding the usage of the floating
dock (boaters vs. recreational use) to the Council for their review.  She
suggested that we keep this on the list of issues to be aware of.

6)   Office of the General Treasurer re:  2001 Report on Rhode Island's
Local Government Debt to the Public Finance Management Board

Following a discussion on the report from the Office of the General
Treasurer, it was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Councilor Long
to invite the Town's fiscal advisor from Fleet Bank to attend a Council
meeting on January 28, 2002 to discuss the Municipal Credit Rating and
other specific areas in the report.  So unanimously voted.  

It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Councilor Long to accept
items # 1(a), 3(b) and 6.  So unanimously voted.

EXECUTIVE SESSION ANNOUNCEMENT

1)   Jamestown Golf Course negotiation of lease, pursuant to RIGL 42-46-5
(a)(5) (real estate)

2)   Job performance review, pursuant to RIGL 42-46-5(a)(1) (personnel)

It was announced by Council President Settipane that there would be an
executive session later in the evening.

OPEN FORUM

1) Scheduled request to address 

a)   Kimball W. Brace from Election Services re: Reapportionment

Jody Stanhook a consultant from Election Services invited the Town Council
and any interested citizens to attend the meeting of the Commission on
Reapportionment scheduled for Tuesday, October 23, 2001 at the State House
at 6:00 PM.
      Ms Stanhook informed the Council that this meeting would
specifically address island communities.
      The Commission is looking for input from island communities in
relation to where they do their shopping, recreation, business and any
other defining activities that would reflect which voting district the
island should be assigned to.  

Concern was raised on how this would affect school funding and what other
financial impact this may have on Jamestown.
      Ms. Stanhook informed the Council that she was not informed on the
financial impact.

Senator Piva-Weed informed the Council that reapportionment is debated
every ten years.
      Whether Jamestown will be part of South County or part of Newport
County is not the issue, Jamestown will remain as part of Newport County.
      The issue is whether Jamestown will be part of the First
Congressional District or the Second Congressional District.
      Presently we are part of the First Congressional District which
covers Newport.
       Senator Piva-Weed stated that although our school of record is
located in North Kingstown, our social services and court systems are in
Newport - giving Jamestown and Newport a genuine connection. 

Representative William Murphy noted that he would be discussing this topic
on Thursday, October 25, 2001.

It was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Councilor Settipane to
support the reapportionment of the State Legislature and that the Town of
Jamestown be kept within the district of the City of Newport.
      So unanimously voted.

George Macaruso, Fowler Street requested some compromise on the use of the
fire horn.
      He requested that the horn not be turned on after a certain point in
the evening.
      Mr. Macaruso noted that it was his understanding that after 3:30 PM
the horn goes off automatically and the signal for an emergency call goes
to the Police Department who would then notify the volunteers.
      The compromise would be to have the Town put a solenoid valve on the
pipe so that after 10:00 PM the signal from the box goes to police
station.
      If the police officer at that time determines that it is not
reaching the volunteers then he has the right to pull whatever it takes to
make that horn go off.
      He also suggested that the horn be located at the highest part of
the island and be used only for town-wide emergencies such as civil
defense. 

Council President Settipane informed Mr. Macaruso that the Town
Administrator and Fire Chief are in the process of investigating other
alternatives. 

Richard Allphin, Clarke Street suggested that no matter what the time, if
the Police Department or Fire Department came upon a site with any smoke
showing, the fire horn should be used.  

Fire Chief Arthur Christman noted that the horn goes off only for
emergencies after 10:00 PM.

Joan Wallian, Narragansett Avenue suggested banning all outdoor
entertainment after 9:00 PM.

Council President Settipane noted that the Police Department will be using
a decibel meter to check noise levels and the Council will be addressing
this issue in the near future.

2)   Non-scheduled request to address

None

REPORTS OF BOARDS, COMMITTEES AND TOWN OFFICIALS

1) Town Administrator's report

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    Town Administrator Report
    
    October 22, 2001
    
    The following report consists of items of general interest to the
Council.
     I will be pleased to provide any additional clarification or
information you require.
    
    Public Works
    
    Public Works Department is getting ready for the winter season.
     Recently Steve advertised for two snow plows and one sander.
     The bids were advertised in the Providence Journal and Steve
contacted vendors who have provided goods and services to the Town in
recent years.
     For both bids, we received only one bidder.
     Steve did follow-up with one of the vendors who requested
specifications, and he informed Steve that since the Town was only
requesting bids for two plows, he preferred not to bid on it.

    They would rather concentrate on bids with larger quantities.
     Steve is recommending awarding the plowing contracts to the only
bidder, W.H. Rose for the amount not to exceed $7,102.00. Steve is also
recommending awarding the sanding bid to W. H. Rose in an amount not to
exceed $6,260.00.
    
    We still have two public works employees out of work with serious
illnesses.
     One will be returning in about ten weeks, the other we do not yet
have a time frame when he will be able to return.
    
    Recreation
    
    All summer season staff are now off the payroll.
     Fall/Winter programs at Lawn Avenue School have began.
     As we did last year, the Recreation Department will schedule the
entire town and "non-town" athletic programs taking place at Lawn Avenue.
     We tried this last year and it appears mutually beneficial for both
the School and Recreation Departments.
     For your information I have attached the winter facilities schedule.
     As you can see the Town is using its facilities to the maximum.
    
    The Community Theatre's production of Peter Pan opens on November 1,
2001.
     With so many young actors and actress participating, all shows will
be well attended. Since two of my children are participating in this
production, I have had the opportunity to witness first hand the
dedication of Director Mary Wright and staff.
     The time commitment is enormous.
    
    Finance
    
    Tina Collins has finalized the Town's bid spec for a financial
software package.
     She anticipates advertising request for proposal by the end of the
month.
            
    Police
    
    The Police Department has drawn up a protocol for handling
Bio-Hazardous material along with a dispatcher check of information to be
obtained for the first response.
     At the Monday staff meeting, Chief Tighe will discuss with department
heads what to do in an event if they or members of their department come
across unusual powder or visible material.
    
    As I reported to you last meeting, Chief Tighe has purchased the noise
meter.
     Training of staff members will take place on November 7, 2001.
     Once training has been completed the department will compile
readings.
     Since we are rapidly approaching the winter season, I would recommend
the Council wait until late spring/early summer before arriving at a
conclusion about the readings.
    
    Planning
    
    The Comprehensive Plan has been sent to a formatting professional for
the final documentation formation.
     Lisa anticipates having it to the printer by the end of October and
to the Council at the first Council meeting in November.
    
    Public Archeological Lab is working on the research phase of the
archeological assessment for the Downtown Improvement Project.
     They have an estimated completion date of late October for this first
phase.
    
    Administration
    
    The Community Center landscaping will begin early this week.
     The Public Works Department will be installing a catch basin and
completing some drainage work on Tuesday and Wednesday.
     It will take them approximately two days to complete the drainage.
     During this time patrons of the businesses in the Hunt Block will not
be able to park in front of the shops.
     I have alerted Tim Baker, President of the Chamber of Commerce and
stopped in and informed the business owners.
     Yard Works will begin mobilizing at this time.                     I
    
    Donald Haskell, the Town Computer consultant has completed all the
wiring for the networking of the three Town administrative buildings.
     He anticipates completing the networking process within the next
week.
     This will allow departments within these three buildings to access
and communicate electronically.

    I have set a meeting with the fire department on Tuesday morning to
discuss the fire horn.
    
    Just a reminder, the School Committee has been meeting on Thursday
evenings to discuss their fiscal 2002/03 budget.
    
    I have started the evaluation process of all department heads and they
are going extremely well.
     I anticipate completing this process within the next couple of weeks.
    
    The Police Contract has been finalized and signed by all parties.
    
    For Council Consideration:
    
    o Award the two snow plows to W. H. Rose in amount not to exceed
$7102.00
    
    o Award the sander to W.H. Rose in an amount not to exceed $6260.00

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     a) Requested action by Council 

The Council requested additional information from the Town Administrator
on specific areas of her Town Administrator's Report.

Noise Levels

Councilor Swain suggested gathering indoor noise level readings this
winter to establish some averages.   

Downtown Improvement Project

Councilor Swain expressed concern relating to the Downtown Improvement
Project.
       The Town Administrator noted that the State has allowed the Town to
conduct the archeological study prior to beginning actual work on the
project in the event that it has any impact on the design.
       The Town Administrator stated that Public Archeological Lab will be
contacted to provide information as to the time-frame of the project.

W. H. Rose - bid awards

The request by the Town Administrator for the award of bids to W. H. Rose
for two snow plows in an amount not to exceed $7,102.00 and one sander in
an amount not to exceed $6,260.00 was discussed.  

The Council addressed several concerns relating to the purchase of the
snow plows and the sander; those being:

o Purchasing schedule of plows and sanders
o Replacement schedule for machinery
o Ten year equipment list
o Costs associated with outsourcing the sanding and snow removal for the
Town of Jamestown

The Town Administrator recommended purchasing this equipment at this time
in order to prevent an emergency situation in mid November.  

It was moved by Council President Settipane, seconded by Councilor Long to
award the bid to W. H. Rose for two snow plows and one sander in an amount
not to exceed the amount submitted by the Town Administrator and to
request that the Town Administrator explore the cost savings for
outsourcing both the Town plowing and sanding service and to provide a
long term schedule of the retrofitting of the equipment if kept in-house.
      

It was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Councilor Long to amend the
motion to award the bid for the two snow plows to W. H. Rose in the amount
not to exceed $7,102.00 and to award the bid for the sander to W. H. Rose
in the amount not to exceed $6,260.00.

  The vote was Councilor Littman, aye; Councilor Settipane, aye; Councilor
Long, aye; Councilor Swain, nay; Councilor Willis, nay.
      The motion passed with three in favor and two opposed.  

Councilor Swain noted that he was not against the purchase of this
equipment, but was concerned with being rushed into this decision.

It was moved by Councilor Settipane, seconded by Councilor Long to direct
the Town Administrator to explore any cost savings that might be gathered
by outsourcing the snow removal and the sanding and to take into
consideration the wear and tear of equipment and overtime expenditures
that the Town would incur with regards to keeping that service in-house
and to report back to the Council at the next scheduled meeting with those
findings.  So unanimously voted. 

2)   Tree Preservation and Protection Committee

a)   Request to award bid to Ocean State Tree Service in the amount of
$3,100.00

The Council discussed the possibility that the Public Works Department,
under the guidance of the Tree Warden, could complete some of the tree
work.

The Town Administrator noted that the Public Works Department has done
some of the pruning with the direction of the Tree Warden; however, the
work that is being suggested in this contract requires special equipment
and expertise that the Public Works Department  does not have.  

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Settipane to defer
approval of  the bid for tree services and have the Town Administrator
coordinate with the Public Works Director and the Tree Warden to come
before the Town Council to answer questions regarding the work to be done.
      So unanimously voted.

3)   Jamestown Quonset Davisville Liaison Committee 

a) Letter from Chair re:  Master Plan

The letter relating to the Master Plan and submitted by Dennis Webster was
reviewed by Council President Settipane.
       It was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Councilor Long to
accept the communication from the Quonset Davisville Liaison Committee.
      So unanimously voted.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

1) Board of Water & Sewer Commission

a)   Rules and Regulations (cont. from 10/15/2001)

Town Solicitor Douglas DeSimone informed the Council that he would present
the draft regulations at the next commission meeting.

Council President Settipane noted for the record that the Commission did
expand on the request made to the Town Solicitor.
      Council President Settipane stated that the draft would be reviewed
at the next commission meeting; however, it is expected to be brought
before the Council for adoption.

  2) Entertainment License for the Beavertail Grill (cont.
     form 10/09/2001)

The Town Clerk presented a letter from the Beavertail Grill notifying the
Council that they would like to withdraw their request for renewal of
their entertainment license.

It was moved by Councilor Littman, seconded by Council President Settipane
to accept the withdrawal of entertainment license for the Beavertail
Grill.  So unanimously voted.

3)   New England Ecological Development, Inc (NEED) re: brush removal
(cont. from 10/09/2001

Attorney Emile F. Martineau, representing New England Ecological
Development, Inc. (NEED) appeared before the Council to answer questions
relating to the demand for payment from NEED.
      Mr. Martineau indicated that NEED performed services to the Town of
Jamestown, for which they hired subcontractors.
       Mr. Martineau stated that invoices were forwarded to the Town of
Jamestown in a timely manner and NEED would like to resolve this issue at
the Council level.  There is an outstanding balance of $18,835.00.   

Councilor Settipane inquired if NEED had provided the same services for
other communities at no charge.
      Mr. Martineau replied that it was not done for no charge to other
communities.
      Councilor Settipane inquired if there was a contract or any written
information on what would be billed to the Town.
      Mr. Martineau replied that there was not.  

The Town Administrator informed the Council that NEED was contacted and an
employee of NEED stated that they would remove the chips at no charge for
the Town.
      These chips would be used by NEED to make starter logs.
      When the bill was received, the Town Administrator followed up with
the contact person at NEED and we were informed on more than one occasion
that the Town should not pay the bill.
      It was that same employee told the Town that there would be no
charge for hauling the woodchips.

Mr. Martineau informed the Council that the employee in question was a
dispatcher who had recently been put in a managerial position and is no
longer with the organization.
      Mr. Martineau presented an internal memorandum which was read by
Council President Settipane.
       Council President Settipane pointed out that there was no signature
or amount on this memorandum.
      At Mr. Martineau's request, the memorandum was returned to him and
not kept for the record.  

The Town Solicitor informed the Council that this was not a strong claim
given the fact that a similar service may have been performed for other
communities free of charge.

It was moved by Council President Settipane, seconded by Councilor Long to
deny payment with respect for demand of payment dated October 4, 2001 for
the amount of $18,835.00.  So unanimously voted.

4)   Letter from Dolores Calabrese re: Pet Parade (cont. from 10/09/2001)

The Town Administrator notified the Council that the Pet Parade has been
cancelled.

5)   Procedure for fundraising events (cont. from 10/19/2001)

The Town Administrator noted that the Deputy Town Clerk provided the draft
application for fundraising events.
      The Council discussed some additional information that they would
like to see on the application and requested that a written policy and
application with procedure for fee waivers be provided for their review.  

It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Councilor Willis to accept
the draft application.  So unanimously voted. 

COMMUNICATIONS   

6)   Letter from the Military Staff Emergency Management Agency re:
11/08/2001 Workshop

It was moved by Councilor Swain, Councilor Littman to accept the
communication from the Military Staff Emergency Management Agency, dated
September 21, 2001.  So unanimously voted.

NEW BUSINESS

7)   Petition from Verizon Communications to place (1) new joint pole
(p.3) and (2) anchor guy locations on Broad Street and (2) new joint poles
(P.11 & 12) and (1) anchor guy location on Orient Avenue.

It was moved by Councilor Willis, seconded by Councilor Swain to refer the
petition from Verizon Communications regarding anchor guy locations on
Broad Street and Orient Avenue to the Public Works Director for
administration and to request that these poles be put in with every
attempt being made not to disturb any trees.  So unanimously voted.  

OPEN FORUM CONTINUED (if necessary)

Sav Rebecchi informed the Council that fundraising for a community piano
was a great success and a piano has been acquired.  It is expected that
there will be a reception performance.
      Mr. Rebecchi extended an invitation to the Council to attend and if
there are any pianists are among the Council, they are invited to play the
new piano at the reception.  

EXECUTIVE SESSION

Following a two-minute break, the Council announced that they would
reconvene and go into executive session.

1)   Jamestown Golf Course negotiation of lease, pursuant to RIGL 42-46-5
(a)(5) (real estate)

2)   Job performance review, pursuant to RIGL 42-46-5(a)(1) (personnel)

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Willis, pursuant to
RIGL 42-46-5(a)(5) real estate and 42-46-5(a)(1) personnel, to enter into
executive session at 9:05 PM.
      It was voted, Council President Settipane, aye; Councilor Swain,
aye; Councilor Willis, aye; Councilor Littman, aye; Councilor Long, aye.
      The motion passed

The Council returned to regular session at 11:30 PM.
       It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Willis to
seal the minutes of the executive session.
      It was voted Councilor Settipane, aye; Councilor Littman, aye;
Councilor Long, aye; Councilor Swain; aye Councilor Willis, aye.
      The motion passed.  

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Swain to request
that the Town Administrator provide the Council with an assessment of the
government functions of the Town of Jamestown in her role therein and to
include a review of the best and effective manner of improvement of
operations and to request that she communicate with the Council regarding
any other matters of concern regarding her job responsibilities.
      So unanimously voted.

Council President Settipane noted that it was the consensus of the Council
that the Town Administrator provide more detail regarding various
departments and committees within the Jamestown government; to provide a
chart to the Council concerning the approximately seventeen (17) items
(fourteen (14) that were typewritten, in addition, the Building and
Facilities Committee, the Charter, the general budget and the hiring of a
person for grant applications and funding), leaving it up to the
Administrator to divide and track these into two categories using her
discretion in the manner in which they would be reported to the Council,
provided that they are updated accordingly.
       Council President Settipane noted that the last issue, which was
not a consensus, was whether or not the Town Administrator should include
Department Head reports with her Town Administrator's report.  

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Littman that the
Town Administrator continue with her summary reports from Department Heads
and Commissions with more detail but to also include with it the list
proposed tonight that is listed as 1 through 18 with the discretion that
the Town Administrator may divide them in half so that the Council is
apprised of these items at least once a month. 

It was moved by Councilor Willis, seconded by Councilor Swain to amend the
standing motion by dividing the motion into two separate votes.
      The first being: that the Town Administrator will track items 1
through 18, divide them into two separate categories and report on the
progress with some detail once a month.   So unanimously voted.

It was moved by Councilor Long, seconded by Councilor Settipane to have
the Town Administrator continue with her summary of reports to the Council
with more detail regarding Department Heads, Committees and any other
matters that the Council should know to make decisions regarding the
Town's well being.   

It was moved by Councilor Swain, seconded by Council President Settipane
to amend the motion to include Department Head reports, sanitized of any
personnel issues, be included in the Council's packets.  

Council President Settipane raised concerns regarding the possibility of
Department Heads editing their reports when they find that these reports
will be forwarded to the Council.
       He suggested that any Councilperson that wishes to see a Department
Head's report could see them at the Town Administrator's office.

Councilor Swain noted that it is not necessary to burden the Town
Administrator with providing the Council with a summary when the Council
could read these reports on their own.  

Councilor Willis inquired how an item in a Department Head's report could
be put on the Council agenda for discussion or vote.

The Town Solicitor informed her that an issue could be discussed at the
time the Town Administrator presents her report.  

The Town Administrator informed the Council that if providing Department
Head reports to the Council would assist them, she would request that the
Department Heads omit any personnel issues from their reports to her.
      Those personnel issues would them be handled through a separate
report to the Town Administrator.
      The Town Administrator expressed concern that some members of the
Council feel that they are not being provided with enough information
through her report.  

It was moved by Council President Settipane, seconded by Councilor Willis
to exempt out from those Department Head reports any issues containing
personnel matters.
      The vote on the amended motion was Council President Settipane, aye;
Councilor Littman, aye; Councilor Swain, aye; Councilor Willis, aye;
Councilor Long, nay.
      The motion passed with four in favor and one opposed.  

There being no further business, it was moved by Councilor Littman,
seconded by Councilor Long to adjourn the meeting at 12:09 AM.
      So unanimously voted.

Attest:

Arlene D. Kalooski
Town Clerk