Windsor clerk resigns; select board hears road report

by The Town Line staff

Windsor Town Manager Theresa Haskell (photo by Sandra Isaac)

At an abbreviated meeting of the Windsor Select Board on December 27, 2022, it was reported by Town Manager Theresa Haskell that she had received a letter of resignation from Kyoko Roderick. Following an executive session, the select board voted unanimously to accept the resignation. After thanking her for her 4-1/2 years of dedication to the town of Windsor, they unanimously approved a motion to pay Roderick her banked PTO time of 52-1/4 hours.

Once that was completed, the board approved in a 4-0-1 vote, with Ronald Brann abstaining for personal reasons, a motion to initiate a temporary stipend in the amount of $750 per week to Haskell to cover the position.

The select board and town manager, with much discussion, will be looking at reviewing all expectations for all job descriptions.

At the select boards January 3, 2023, meeting, the board heard a report from Keith Hall, road supervisor, that the Hunts Meadow Road tree trimming has now been completed, with an additional tree at the corner of the Hunts Meadow and Doyle roads taken down. The culvert at the end of the Barton Road and Route 105 is filled and plugged, with water running across the road. DOT has been contacted.

Also, the Weeks Mills Road brush cutting at the Serenity Springs Trailer Park to the Barton Road has begun.

In other business, Haskell reported the monthly figures at the transfer station. The month of December was up from last year $1,418.05 but the number is still down ($1,726.79) compared to the total last year at this time.

Haskell also reported receiving a check from Mark Scribner for $25,000 for the NETCo Inc. scholarship for Windsor residents for the 2023-2024 school year. Scribner was thanked by the board and town manager for his generous donations over the years for this scholarship.


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