WINDSOR: Mowing contractor to cut back on roadside mowing

by The Town Line staff

All members of the Windsor select board were present for the February 1, meeting except for Richard H. Gray Jr.

Keith Hall, road supervisor, reported that following the most recent snow fall, a culvert on the Legion Park Road was frozen, causing water to overflow. The public works department workers were able to chisel the ice to get the culvert unplugged.

Also, Town Manager Theresa Haskell receive a letter from Aggressive Cuts stating the company had arrived at the decision to cut back on roadside mowing for towns.

Resident Tom Reed spoke to acknowledge the public works department’s team in keeping the roads safe during the recent storms.

Animal Control Officer reported the deadline for registering dogs was January 31. There will now be a $25 late fee on future dog license renewals.

Haskell stated the special budget meetings began on February 8, and at the time of this meeting, was still awaiting quotes from the fire department. There was some discussion about using the ARPA funds for communications for the fire department.

On March 8, Howie Tuttle will be attending the select board meeting to present the RSU #12 proposed school budget for 2022-23.

The next meeting of the select board was held on Tuesday, March 1.


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