Selectboard Meeting Minutes – 2/11/21

Selectboard Present:​Peggy Pschirrer (Chair); Cheryl Mayberry; Steven Dalessio

CALL TO ORDER:  Mrs. Pschirrer, Chair of the Walpole Selectboard, called this meeting via Zoom to order at 6:30 PM.  She announced that Ms. Cheryl Mayberry and Mr. Steven Dalessio, the other two Selectboard members are also present.  The Selectboard members are in three separate locations.  Mrs. Sarah Downing, Manager of Administration, is in the Walpole Town Hall, and Mrs. Regina Borden, Recording Secretary, is by telephone at a separate location.  This meeting is being recorded.

Public comments are to be emailed to Mrs. Downing at the Walpole Town Hall or by calling 603-756-3671.  She will display the agenda.  That will be followed by documents as they are being discussed.

Mrs. Pschirrer called for a voice roll call of the Selectboard present:  Cheryl Mayberry was present; Steven Dalessio was present and Peggy Pschirrer was present.  

Mrs. Pschirrer advised the following people called in and are attending this meeting:  Jody and Barbara Spivey, Ray Boas, Steve Grenier, Marcia Galloway, Jan Galloway Leclerc, Larry Leclerc, Attorney Gary Kinyon, Katie Beam, Quill and Shirley Gorton, Lucas and Ann Dunn.  This meeting will be in accordance with Virtual Meetings, Emergency Order #12, which has been effective since March 2020.

CLASS VI PORTION OF WHIPPLE HILL ROAD AND SNOWMOBILES:  Mrs. Pschirrer reported that Jody and Barbara Spivey requested to attend this meeting to discuss “snowmobiles using the Class VI portion of the road they maintain”.  Mr. Spivey read his following letter into the record:

“We live on the Class VI section of Whipple Hill Road and are the only home on that section, we have maintained the road since we built our home, including maintaining it in the winter months and pay $8,246 in taxes each year, are nice neighbors, and for the most part love where we live, but we are very upset at what we think is illegal, inconsiderate and dangerous use of our road by two people, and we come to the Board of Selectmen asking your help.

These same two people have reduced a berm that was put in when we were required to upgrade the road to Town requirement which was put in to protect the integrity of the section we maintain due to heavy storms and severe washouts, chipped away at shale to level the road and when asked what they were doing and letting them know all of that shale is going to wash into the culverts I was ignored.  They ride right up the middle of the road and basically all over the road and we just recently had two ladies with a stroller and an unleased dog come down the road in between their trips and shortly after that two ladies with an unleased dog.  This is a popular spot for people to walk.  This is a major safety concern, we need to get in and out, along with friends and family members, it is a one lane road and basically an extension of our driveway, thus the need to seek help.

Don’t want drastic measures like tickets or arrests, just communication from the Town or Fish and Game that their actions must stop.

We are coming here because we have issues about the illegal use of our road and have tried to reach out to law enforcement for quite some time now to no avail.  The two snowmobiles were down the road again today and I called NH F&G dispatch at 1 and was told I’d get a call.  Although only a couple hours went by without a call, I called again at 3:09 and Vivian (Dispatcher) stated Officer DeLisle told her there is nothing he can do.  The Town has designated it a trail.

This Class VI section of Whipple Hill has not been an approved trail since we have lived here.  Has it been approved? Who approved it? If so, when?  If approved, you can disallow as unsafe and destructive to road we maintain.

This is starting to have a negative effect on the value of our property and additional cost in maintenance for use, to say nothing about the effect on our health.  It will cause us to file an abatement.

The issue tonight is the two people and in large they are the only ones.  The lack of use on these unapproved trails supports this.  We are not looking to hassle the town any more than is necessary but to ask the Town to act regarding these two people on the section of Whipple Hill we maintain and the other roads.  It’s not legal – it is two rogue snowmobilers who are not only accessing the section we maintain to get to the approved trails, but they ride down a portion of Carpenter Hill Road, crossing County Road on a dangerous corner and down another Class VI (Pelsue Road), which is probably .8 of a mile illegally to access the trail system.  These same people were present at 12/10/20 SB meeting when Officer DeLisle spoke.  It is a privilege to have a registration and their use is illegal and for their recreational purposes only.  Again, we aren’t asking for drastic measures, we are asking that someone knock on their door and tell them to stop.  We understand we live in the country, but expect the law be followed.

These same two people approached us to use our field because they knew they couldn’t use the road.  We understand convenience of riding snowmobiles and ATVs anywhere because we own ATVs and once owned snowmobiles but we accept they can’t be ridden anywhere and we trailer them to legal trail systems.

To let these two continue only encourages others to think it is legal to use or that they can get away with illegal use.  Not fair to us.

If this were ever to be opened to snowmobiles it would be open to the world – more people moving into the area, vacationers, etc.  If these two people were allowed to use this access, then anybody who didn’t have legal access to the trail system could just start riding from wherever to connect to the trail system.  Done for 1, done for all.  It would set a bad precedent.

As a Class VI road, the Town is not liable for maintenance and repair for lawful use of this road.  But if Town continues to ignore illegal use of road, and injuries or collisions occur as a result, town will be exposed to claims for liability and if Town allowed snowmobiles on road that we maintain in the winter who would be liable?

Thank you for giving him the time to read this letter.  One last thing, I was returning from the SB office today and the road is a mess.  At 5:20 pm, 1 hr 20 min prior to the meeting a truck and a snowmobile met in front of their house.  They did not collide.  The truck backed all the way out and turned around on someone else’s property.”

Mr. Spivey is requesting a copy of the Minutes and an audio recording of this meeting.  Mrs. Pschirrer confirmed he would receive this.  She advised that they do live on a Class VI road, a public road.  She did hear from Officer DeLisle today in response to her call because Mrs. Spivey told her that Officer DeLisle and the Walpole Police had not returned her calls but they stated they did return the calls.  She read what Officer DeLisle sent her and she would be happy to give Mr. and Mrs. Spivey a copy.  He also said Mr. Spivey had allowed a snow bank in the road to cause a safety hazard; it is a public road, the Town does not maintain it but Mr. and Mrs. Spivey agreed to maintain it when they bought that property.  She has a copy of that agreement.  Officer DeLisle stated “The Town opens roads to snowmobile use which are covered under the State Two (2) million dollar liability insurance policy should anything happen.  The snowmobile trail is signed.  The trail is properly managed by the snowmobile club.  The trails are patrolled by me”.  This road is not a trail but a Class VI road.  All trails are managed by the Snowmobile Club; Fish and Game are responsible for patrolling them.  The Town is doing nothing wrong and the Snowmobile Club is doing nothing wrong.  If Mr. Spivey wants the snowmobilers off the road Officer DeLisle suggests he should work with the Hill Hoppers Snowmobile Club to create a trail on the private property to avoid the road.  Otherwise, Mr. Spivey chose to live on a Class VI road.  Mrs. Pschirrer acknowledged that there are several members of the Hooper Hill Hoppers Snowmobile Club at this meeting.  

Katie Beam appreciates the concerns.  She is the communication person for the club.  They have a lot of trails across this area and volunteers maintain them.  They address problem areas.  They value the ability to have their trails.  This area is a low impact area on their trail system. Everybody uses their trails; cross country skiers, horseback riders, etc.  There are probably more walkers than anybody else.  

Larry Leclerc advised their hill has land off Rapids Road.  He grooms the trail up to the Spivey land.  Many times he has to shovel it.  Mr. and Mrs. Spivey constantly take pictures of people.  They harassed Officer DeLisle, the police chief and other officers.  They are trying to intimidate everybody to stay away.  It is a Class VI road.  They chose to live there.  He has a house on a Class VI road and never stops anybody.  This is a farming community.  As Katie Beam said; everybody uses that road and the farmland for recreation.  They should realize this.  The 4-wheelers and snowmobiles are perfectly legal.  If it is a Class VI road a snowmobiler can go on it in this State as long as it is registered.  

Mr. Spivey would like to understand when the Town voted to allow snowmobilers to use these roads under RSA 215.  Mrs. Pschirrer said the RSA permits it.  Mr. Spivey asked when it was approved as a designated snowmobile trail.  Mrs. Pschirrer said it is a Class VI road and snowmobilers have the right to travel over them.  Mr. Spivey stated so nobody has approved it.  Mrs. Pschirrer noted they did not have to approve it as the RSA allows it; they never disapproved it. Mr. Spivey pointed out that a week ago Officer DeLisle said there was nothing he could do.  There was an incident with the Police Department on County Road.  Mrs. Pschirrer said neither of those people are here tonight. Therefore, she could not speak to that.

Katie Beam pointed out that they have not updated their maps in a long time.  It is expensive.  They are willing to work with Mr. Spivey to put the trail in a better spot.

Mr. Spivey said they try to be good neighbors.  The snowplow goes past his driveway just like any other Class VI road in the Town.  Miriam Road is blocked off by the Town.  Mr. Rau said they used to plow to the Class VI section.  Mr. and Mrs. Spivey are not intentionally blocking the road from anyone they are clearing the road so they can get to their home.  He also wanted to address when they called the police Chief Paquette responded.  Mr. Spivey said he wanted to file a complaint because a tractor came up and just plowed the road and gouged the lawn that he takes care of.  When Chief Paquette called him back and left a message he said the tractor driver was trying to clear the snow pile so the lumber truck could get through.  This road is a mess and they deal with it on a daily basis.  

Mr. Spivey is trying to understand Officer DeLisle’s comment on the 6th; when he said there was nothing he could do.  As long as they lived there, it was never a trail.  In fact, until it was opened to the pit, no snowmobiles came up there.  Why suddenly have things changed?  

Mr. Dalessio asked what part of RSA 215 he was referring to.  Mr. Spivey did not know.  Mr. Dalessio said they have to do some homework.  If they had the specific section it would be helpful.  There is a difference to him between a Class VI road and a snowmobile trail. The question tonight is if a snowmobile is allowed on a Class VI road.  Katie Beam pointed out that according to Officer DeLisle and Chief Paquette, snowmobiles are allowed on a Class VI road.  Mr. Spivey is suggesting that they are financially responsible for a little over 3/10ths of a mile from the Class V down to their home.  Mrs. Pschirrer noted that RSA 215:C-8; Sections 9, 10 and 11 of that start to discuss snowmobiles. The Town has never prohibited snowmobiles from being on Class VI roads.  Mr. Spivey said they are expecting the Town to take action because it is not safe.  Mr. Dalessio mentioned the Town always wants to be in compliance.  It sounds like the Town is in compliance and that is supported by the NH Fish & Game and the Walpole Police Department.                        

Katie Beam asked if there is a dollar amount per year that Mr. and Mrs. Spivey would feel is fair that the Snowmobile Club would donate for trail maintenance.  They appreciate their landowners.  Mr. Spivey replied they appreciate the comment but he is not prepared to answer that.  

Mr. Larry Leclerc stated when Mr. Spivey called the police, it was not for the lumber truck. They were bringing in the 25-to-30 foot bridge and could not go over the snowbank.  Mr. Leclerc cleaned all that.  It was in the center of the Class VI road.  

Mr. Spivey asked if this meeting was being recorded by FACT-TV.  Mrs. Pschirrer said they are not recording this meeting.  Since the meeting began Tabatha Anderson, Meghan and Allen Roscoe, and an unknown person joined in.  It is being recorded by the Town.   

There were no other comments.  Mrs. Pschirrer thanked everyone for attending and participating.

TOWN STREET LIGHTS:

Mrs. Pschirrer reported the Selectboard was considering changing the Town street lights to save money.  Mr. Grenier has done all the research for them on changing to LED lights.  Mr. Grenier advised about a year-and-a-half ago he was contacted by a customer who was going to make a change.  He looked at all the pricing and started the process to see what it would cost to do the Town over.  Over time, there would be quite a savings.  The Town of Walpole has about 200 streetlights. For $50/each,the power company will come in and swap them for LED lights.  Any lights that have been there for 23 years, the Town is responsible for paying the undepreciated value.  Total project cost is $21,166.27. There will be about a $15,000 saving a year to the Town. We will have cleaner light and a savings for the Town.  Mrs. Pschirrer mentioned there are two residents in Town who are opposed as they feel the LED lights will be glaring in their homes but that is not her understanding.  Mr. Grenier explained they will be perceived to be brighter but rather than an orange/yellow color, the LED is a blueish/white color.  They would have the option to pick the temperature of the lights. Mr. Grenier noted that Burdick’s Chocolate Factory has privately paid for LED lights in their back parking lot; there is a private paid for light at 25 Reservoir Road and there is another one on Prospect Hill replaced by the power company.  Mr. Dalessio mentioned the new lights on the Arch Bridge will be LED lights.  Mrs. Pschirrer mentioned having a lot of dark roads in Town; these lights will help make them safer at night.

Mr. Dalessio moved to sign the Liberty Utilities contract to upgrade the Town’s street lights to LED lights with the $21,166.27 coming from the Highway Block Grant.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.   

Mrs. Pschirrer thanked Mr. Grenier as they are grateful for the time he spent on this project. 

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE:

Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Accounts Payable Check Register in the total amount of $72,613.85 for checks issued February 12, 2021.  This includes a payment of $42,078.62 to the Village of Bellows Falls for wastewater processing and bondpayment.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

PAYROLL:

Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Payroll Check Register for the week ending February 6, 2021, in the amount of $30,723.62 for checks dated February 12, 2021, and for the 941 Payroll Tax Transfer in the amount of $5,990.32.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

SELECTBOARD MEETING MINUTES:

SELECTBOARD MINUTES – February 4, 2021:  Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Minutes of the Selectboard meeting of February 4, 2021, as submitted.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the Minutes were approved.

NON-PUBLIC SELECTBOARD SESSION – February 4, 2021:  Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Minutes of the Non-Public Selectboard Session of February 4, 2021, as submitted.  These Minutes will remain sealed.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the Minutes were approved.

2021 ANNUAL BUDGET and WARRANT PUBLIC HEARING:  Mr. Dalessio moved to accept the Minutes of the 2021 Annual Budget and Warrant Public Hearing of February 4, 2021, as submitted.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the Minutes were approved.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

The Selectboard acknowledged receipt of the following Committee reports:• Conservation Commission Meeting – February 1, 2021;• Hooper Institute Board Meeting – December 2, 2020;• Hooper Institute Board Meeting – January 13, 2021;• Hooper Institute Board Meeting – February 3, 2021;• Walpole Fire District Meeting – December 9, 2020;• Walpole Fire District Meeting – January 13, 2021.

PROPERTY TAX INTEREST FORGIVENESS:

MAP and LOT #029-047-000:  Mr. Dalessio moved to grant the Property Tax Interest Forgiveness in the amount of $8.85 for the owner(s) of Map and Lot #029-047-000.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved. 

PROPERTY TAX REFUNDS:

Mr. Dalessio moved to grant the Property Tax Refunds for the following owner(s).  These are all due to overpayments:• Map and Lot #012-019-002 – in the amount of $8.72;• Map and Lot #027-001-006 – in the amount of $142.13;• Map and Lot #013-044-000 – in the amount of $80.87.

Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

VETERANS’ TAX CREDIT

MAP and LOT #008-009-007:  Mr. Dalessio moved to grant a Veterans’ Tax Credit to the owner(s) of Map and Lot #008-009-007.  This applicant served over 90 days of active duty and was honorably discharged.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

MAP and LOT #008-051-000:  Mr. Dalessio moved to grant a Veterans’ Tax Credit to the owner(s) of Map and Lot #008-051-000.  This is to update their PA-29 form due to a name change i.e. Revocable Trust.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

CURRENT USE:  

MAP and LOT #005-002-008:  Mr. Dalessio moved to approve the Current Use application for the owner(s) of Map and Lot #005-002-008.  This is to add 6.23 acres to their Current Use.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

MAP and LOT #013-060-001:  Mr. Dalessio moved to approve the Current Use application for the owner(s) of Map and Lot #013-060-001.  This application is for 12.2 acres.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

BUILDING PERMITS:

Permit #2021-04 for MAP and LOT #019-002-000:  Mr. Dalessio moved to grant Building Permit #2021-04 for the owner(s) of Map and Lot #019-002-000 to construct a “10’ by 16’ Two Story Addition (no bedrooms added)”.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

Permit #2021-05 for MAP and LOT #001-003-005:  Mr. Dalessio moved to grant Building Permit #2021-05 for the owner(s) of Map and Lot #001-003-005 to add a “22’ x 9’ Roof Extension with 20’ x 10’ Roof Mount Solar Panels to the New and Old Roof”.   Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

OLD BUSINESS:

Rescind Cease-and-Desist Letter:  Mrs. Pschirrer reported the Selectboard were rescinding a Cease-and-Desist Letter previously sent to Ruggiero Processing Facility on January 22, 2021.

Ms. Mayberry moved to approve the letter to rescind the Cease-and-Desist letter send on January 22, 2021, for RuggieroProcessing Facility.  Seconded by Mr. Dalessio.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Ms. Mayberry, Mr. Dalessio and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.  

Letter of Thanks and Reservoir Dam Repairs Question:  Mrs. Pschirrer acknowledged receipt of the email of thanks and the Reservoir Dam repairs question received from Mr. Robert Grenier.  Mr. Grenier started the question on the Sewer Bonds and the Selectboard did some research and made a change.  Relative to the Reservoir Dam Repairs, Mr. Dalessio advised that all options are being considered. No final decision has been made.  Mrs. Pschirrer will relay this information.  

Pending Further Actions:

Tax Deeded Property Sale, Reservoir Dam Repairs, Town Employees and COVID-10 Leave:   These items will remain on the agenda pending further information.

Reservoir Dam Repairs:  Mr. Boas heard that it would be cheaper to repair rather than replace the Reservoir Dam.  Mr. Dalessio advised that all options are being considered but no final decision has been made.  Right now they are going a 2-D model on the dam.  It will all go to the Department of Environmental Services (DES) for evaluation and it will be classified.  

Generators:  Mr. Dalessio reported that Mr. Mark Houghton did talk to the Walpole Elementary School.  This is moving forward slowly..

NEW BUSINESS:

Elm Street Curbing:  Mr. Ray Boas had sent copies of past letters and a new letter regarding a possible donation of purchasing granite curbing to be installed from the Town Hall south to his drive during the upcoming project on Elm Street.  During one of his past discussions with Mr. Mark Houghton about the Water/Sewer project, they talked about the street being torn up. This is the ideal time to install the curbing.  He talked to the two neighbors south of him about the project and that they could make the same offer to the Town.  It will be a great addition on the Common and to the property owners.  Ms. Mayberry talked to Mr. Rau about this. The first question was the installation cost.  He did not feel they were qualified to install it. There are concerns about the drainage being moved and damage when plowing because sometimes it is difficult to see.  Mr. Boas feels it would be an improvement.  Mrs. Pschirrer suggested talking to Mr. Mark Houghton to find out exactly what will happen in the road.  Mr. Boas had an estimate of between $2,000 and $3,000 for the installation from the Town Hall to his driveway starting from scratch. With this project the holes will be there. It is a matter of putting the curbing in.  Mr. Dalessio advised there will be a Construction Meeting.  They had one on Pleasant Street for that project and it worked out very well.  Mrs. Pschirrer would like to wait to make a decision until they know more about this project and how they can work it in.  The meeting will be outside on the Common later in the spring.                

Letter to North Walpole Village District Commissioners: Mrs. Pschirrer had written a letter to the North Walpole Village District Commissioners asking that a lease be drawn up for the North Walpole Library. Both the Commissioners and Selectboard would have to approve the lease.    

Mr. Dalessio moved to approve sending the letter to the North Walpole Village District Commissioners requesting that a lease be drawn up for the North Walpole Library.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

Vachon Clukay 2019 Audit Agreement:  Mrs. Pschirrer had asked Mr. Rich Kreissle to contact the auditors to ask for the 2019 Audit Report.  Although Vachon Clukay said they had done the 2019 audit they did not have a signed Audit Agreement.  An audit of the Town Clerk/Tax Collector’s office is being done at this time.   

Mr. Dalessio moved to authorize the Chair of the Selectboard, Peggy L. Pschirrer, to sign the 2020 Letter of Audit Agreement for Vachon Clukay for the 2019 Audit Report.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved. 

The Shopper Legal and Help Wanted Advertising:  Mrs. Downing wanted the Selectboard to know that the Shopper Legal and Help Wanted Advertising matter has been taken care of.

Staff Meeting – February 18, 2021:  There was a consensus of Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer to schedule a Staff Meeting via Zoom on February 18, 2021, at 5:00 PM.  It will be good preparation for the Annual Town Meeting.

Recreation Department:  Ms. Mayberry received an email from Mr. Kraig Harlow advising that he would like to hold a virtual trivia game this weekend or next weekend.  She will get the information to the Selectboard.  

NON-PUBLIC SELECTBOARD SESSION:

Ms. Mayberry moved to enter a Non-Public Selectboard Session pursuant to RSA 91-A:3 II to discuss (a) Personnel.  Seconded by Mr. Dalessio.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Ms. Mayberry, Mr. Dalessio and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved at 7:52 PM.

The regular meeting resumed at 8:28 PM.

Ms. Mayberry moved that the Minutes of the Non-Public Selectboard Session of February 11, 2021, will be sealed.  Seconded by Mr. Dalessio.  Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments.  There were none.  On a voice roll call vote with Ms. Mayberry, Mr. Dalessio and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, the motion was approved.

ADJOURNMENT:  Mr. Dalessio moved to adjourn this Selectboard meeting.  Seconded by Ms. Mayberry. Mrs. Pschirrer asked if there were any questions or comments. There were none. On a voice roll call vote with Mr. Dalessio, Ms. Mayberry and Mrs. Pschirrer in favor, meeting adjourned at 8:29PM.

Respectfully submitted,

Regina Borden, Recording Secretary

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