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The September 29 meeting of the Windsor Board of Selectmen opened with the board voting to adopt the MMA Model Ordinance GA Appendices (A-H) for the period of October 1, 2020, to September 30, 2021.
Public Works director Keith Hall reported that all shoulder work in the town has been completed, with the roads still needing to be marked so the center line can be painted. It was also suggested that the electronic speed sign be placed on Coopers Mills Road, Griffin Rod, Weeks Mills Road or even at the Windsor School area, as these areas typically experience high traffic with excessive speeds. It was believed that the state Department of Transportation may need to be contacted for any state road.
Hall also reported that public works hours have gone back to Monday through Friday, eight hours a day.
Transfer Station director Timothy Coston said the compactor was scheduled for servicing on October 14. All fluids to be drained and filters and screens checked.
Reporting on the cemetery, Sexton Joyce Perry indicated that 61 stones in North, three in Resthaven and nine others in the cemeteries need to be raised and cleaned, at an estimated cost of $1,870. The selectmen approved the expenditure. The cemeteries will be closed on October 30. Money, from the cemetery maintenance account was also unanimously approved for four to six inches of loam to be spread to help the grass grow.
Three junkyard permits were unanimously approved to Allen Rogers, Stanley Pelletier and Millard Nicker III.
The board then suspended its meeting and convened as the board of assessors.
The assessors unanimously accepted tax abatement requests by Oxford Property Management for $244.48, and to Scott Thibodeau for $128.
A tree growth penalty was assessed to Donna and Paul Pinkham in the amount of $1,420 by a unanimous vote.
The board of selectmen then reconvened and adjourned. All members of the board of selectmen were present for the meeting.
The next regular meeting of the Windsor Board of Selectmen took place on October 13.
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