Selectmen's Weekly Minutes

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April 4, 2017
6:30PM

In Attendance: Robert S. Ciskowski and, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent: Paul F. Astorino  
Press: iBerkshires and The Courier
                  
Adams-Cheshire Regional School District Superintendent Putnam:
- Stopped by to update the BOS on the status of recent events regarding the Cheshire Elementary School closing, budget issues, and the discontent between the two towns.  Statements were made by Robert and Carol that clearly voiced the unlikelihood that Cheshire would be passing this year’s budget.  Both Robert and Carol agreed that if at this moment they could dissolve the district, they would. The BOS believes the district agreement has not met the needs of Cheshire and feel the only thing shared between the two towns is the border.

Robert read the Board of Selectmen’s meeting minutes for April 4, 2017.  Carol accepted the minutes as amended to indicate that the Gideon Bibles were donated for the Police and Fire Departments by Gideon International; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.

Highway Department, Blair Crane:
- This report is submitted after two days on the job.  Blair reported that the new truck should be in next week.
- Presently repairing power equipment for storage for next year.
- Observing progress on Sand Mill Road Bridge. Blair noted that pavement cuttingwould take place next week.
- Guard rail replaced on Fales Road.
- Filling and patching pot holes.
- Servicing the road grader.
- Docks will be in the lake by the week-end (4/13/17).
- Viewed Galli property at 700 Outlook Avenue.  Blair reported that an excavator could not be used due to wet conditions at this time.  Blair will report back to the BOS when weather permits with recommendations.
- All equipment and supplies will be removed from the town garage and then reorganized.
- Robert reminded Blair that there are on line Hoisting classes and there may be a class in Taunton, MA in May.
- Cheshire Highway Superintendent cell telephone number is:  413-281-7965.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber: 
- Reported that Blair will be hosting a chair saw safety course on Friday, May 19, 2017 at the Cheshire Highway Department.  The announcement came from Mass Rural Water Association.
- Mark received final numbers from the ACRSD business office.  They reflect a 3% increase for Cheshire overall.
- Met with Robin and reviewed the levy limit calculations.  We will be approximately $80K under the levy limit.  This figure is based on the current version of the FY 2018 budget and applying $170K of free cash to reduce  the tax rate.  This is the amount used last year and is a discretionary figure.  Also calculated in are conservative values for new growth and local receipts.  For the current fiscal year, we are $99,565 under the levy limit.
- Current certified free cash is $626,834.  Robin, Lynne and Mark will meet to verify actual and estimates.  The amount chosen to reduce the tax rate has a tax rate effect.
- Uses for free cash: generator for the fire station - $14K; an amount of taking the elementary school back, and a new police cruiser.
- Mark suggested that the BOS consider naming a Cheshire School Re-use Committee now that the decision  to close seems final.  Five (5) or seven (7) members would be appropriate.  It will still be up to the Selectmen to determine a final figure – which can only be a best estimate – to find the cost of carrying and protecting the building for the next year. 
- Announcement from Colonial Power, the Town’s electric supplier.  National Grid will have new rates, effective May 1 through October 31.  They are about the same as what we are getting from Colonial Power for the same period – National Grid is two-tenths of a cent higher.  Colonial Power rates hold through November 2017, at which time they will have a new rate, Mark believes, based on bid results. 

Resident, Fred Jayko:
- Reported continuous issues with trash thrown on Wells Road.  The BOS will report this complaint to the Chief of Police for surveillance.

Senator Adam Hinds will be at the Cheshire Community Center on April 24, 2017 from 2pm to 4pm.
“Speak Up Western Mass” public forum.

Chief of Police, Tim Garner:  Weekly Report Submitted.

COA, Peter Traub:
- Announced a $1,000 grant award for the Cheshire Council on Aging.

Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  Election Warrant signed.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Thursday, April 27, 2017 @ 6:30-8:30PM.  Berkshire Communities Green Network at the Ralph Froio Senior Center, 330 North Street, Pittsfield, MA.
- DCR.  Cease and Desist for cutting plan for John Gwozdz.
- Forest Cutting Plan for Farnam Goodlife, Quarry Road.
- Charter payment ($2,753.24).

Nomination of Inspector of Animals was signed and certified by Christine B. Emerson, Notary Public.

One Day Liquor Licenses for the Cheshire Rod and Gun Club ($150).

With all business finalized, Robert motioned to close the meeting at 8:05PM; 2nd by Carol with a unanimous vote taken.


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Paul F. Astorino, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk
Carol A. Francesconi, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

 

March 28, 2017
6:30PM

In Attendance: Paul F. Astorino,  Robert S. Ciskowski, and Carol A. Francesconi  
Press: The Courier (Cory Willey)

Robert read the Board of Selectmen’s meeting minutes for March 21, 2017.  Carol accepted the minutes and noted that Candidates Neil Baker for a 3 year term on the Cemetery Commission and Donald Rueger for a three year term on the Water Commission should be included; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.

Highway Department, Peter LeFebvre: 
- Peter noted that the Sand Mill Bridge project will start next week.  Weather conditions have slowed the projected time start.
- Sand and salt account at $179,905.20 which is under by $94.00. 
- Preparing for forecast of sleet on Thursday.

Carol:
- Questioned the status of the Galli ditch.  Peter will be viewing the area once the melting of snow allows him to.  Attorney St. John III forwarded the decision held that the overflow of water on the “Lombardi land was no different than it would have been without the culverts.  Therefore, the culverts did not enhance or alter the natural drainage across Outlook Avenue.  Anything else that drains onto the Lombardi property would have been there irrespective of the culverts.”  Attorney St. John agreed with Carol that the town is obligated to keep the culverts clean of debris but didn’t think that the town has any further responsibility to the property owner to perform any additional maintenance work.  The matter will be taken up once Peter has had a chance to observe the area.  Peter will report back to the BOS on 4-4-17.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber: 
- Researched employment references and made an offer of employment to Blair J. Crane.  The offer was accepted. Mark will schedule an introductory meeting on 4-4-17 at 6:30PM and he is working on an employment agreement for the Highway Superintendent. Mark scheduled an Executive Session at 6pm on 4-4-17.
- Completing a draft for the town report for the Selectmen.
- Executed and returned back to the BRPC the agreement for their work on the Complete Streets program.  Paperwork was sent to the MA DOT coordinator, Kathy Stevens, State Aid Coordinator at DOT District 1 and BRPC.
- Working on FY 2018 budget and levy limit calculations. Mark will distribute the latest budget version this evening. Mark asked if a new cruiser and new generator should be on the warrant.  Answer: “Yes.”


Paul:
- Requested Mark to get estimates to have the Town Hall gutters repaired.

Resident, Peter Traub:
- Inquired if Mark had checked into mitigation grants for the generator.  Mark has been in contact with the state regarding any possibilities for grants.  Carol will ask the fire department to submit an estimate.  To get the emergency army surplus generator working it could cost approximately $5,800.  Robert originally felt repairing the surplus equipment was the way to go.  However, after speaking with George Sweet he now feels a new generator is the way to go.

Resident, Ken Egnaczak: (Email)
- Carol received an email from Ken Egnaczak on March 12, 2017 requesting the Town of Cheshire to draft a resolution for pollinator protection.  The BOS will take this resolution up at their 4-4-17 meeting after they have had time to read the proposal.

Carol:
- Reviewed the letter from the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission and the Age Friendly Berkshires, Innovations in Accessible Mobility grant from the National Aging and Disability Transportation Center (NADTC).  It is for service providers who go outside their usual jurisdictional boundaries and transport individuals without access to transportation to pre-arranged medical appointments.  The grant runs through December 2017.  Carol recommended not becoming a part of the offering at this time.
- Robert also did research on the proposal and agrees with Carol that there are many pitfalls with scheduling and questioned if it is really needed.

Driveway Permit:
- Issued to Dixon S. Daniels on March 20, 2017 for 4.0 tenths of a mile from Windsor line on Richmond Hill Road.

Chief of Police, Tim Garner:  Weekly Report Submitted.

Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  No issues or concerns.

School Committee Member, Darlene Rodowicz
- Darlene presented an overview of the status of the Cheshire Elementary School closing.  She stated that she plans, “To propose the full budget and let the towns decide if they can afford it. This takes into consideration still hiring all new recommended positions.” Use of the Cheshire School was discussed as well as approximate increases to each town.  Paul inquired about the 90 day notice and the protocol to do so. Darlene ended her talk by saying there is, “No perfect solution.”
- Darlene was encouraged by the interest of parents and town residents in working together for a resolution.


Resident, E. Richard Scholz:
- Requested the BOS to change their stand on not allowing election candidates place their name signs on town property when running for office.  Mr. Scholz felt there were three areas in town where if he had the ability to post his name sign, it would allow for more visibility to voters who do not know him.  The BOS remained with no political signs posted on town property. The BOS recommended speaking with each resident where he would like to see his signs on private property and receive individual permission.  Mr. Scholz asked to see the
M.G.L. where it states their decision.

An Executive Session will take place on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 6:00PM, “To discuss strategy with respect to collective bargaining or litigation if an open meeting may have a detrimental effect on the governent’s bargaining or litigating position.  Also, to conduct strategy sessions in preparation for negotiations with non-union personnel; to actually conduct collective bargaining and contract negotiations with non-union personnel.
Motion to approve, Carol A. Francesconi, 2nd by Paul F. Astorino.  A unanimous vote was taken.

Mail and Correspondence:


With all business finalized, Paul motioned to close the meeting at 8:15PM; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.
       


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Paul F. Astorino, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk
Carol A. Francesconi, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

March 21, 2017
6:30PM

In Attendance: Paul F. Astorino, Robert S. Ciskowski and, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:       
Press: iBerkshires (Tammy Daniels) and The Courier (Cory Willey)
                  
McCann Technical School, Superintendent, James J. Brosnan:
- Paul thanked Superintendent Brosnan for presenting the Operating Budget for 7/1/17-6/30/18.

Lanesborough Town Manager, Paul Sieloff:
- Presented a draft proposal to discuss the possibility of the Town of Cheshire and the Town of Lanesborough research the adoptability of both towns working together to offset the costs for a shared position for the role of a Highway Superintendent. The BOS will review and discuss the proposal and contact Mr. Sieloff.
- Robert:  Questioned if the department would be set up in as an Enterprise accounting system.  Mr. Sieloff remarked, “No.” 
- Peter:  Inquired if there would be an in-house engineer to draw plans and not a worker. That would have to be checked into. 

Robert read BOS minutes for March 7, 2017. Carol motioned to accept the minutes as presented; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken. Note:  The Cheshire BOS meeting for Tuesday, March 14, 2017 was cancelled due to a blizzard.

Highway Department, Peter LeFebvre: 
- Cold patching.
- Continued machine failures – down to two (2) trucks.
- Working on paperwork for the Sand Mill Bridge.
- Dealing with weather issues.

Resident,  Gayle Galli, Outlook Avenue:
- Reported continued issues with a ditch and the need for taking care of it.  The BOS will get back to Ms. Galli within two (2) weeks once Peter checks out the situation.

Resident, Larry Levesque. 
- Questioned conservation issues on property owned by Mark Fortier.  Carol suggested hiring a soil engineer.


Town Administrator, Mark Webber: 
- Met with Dr. Putnam for a general discussion on Cheshire School options going forward.
- Received preliminary FY ’18 ACRSD assessment figures for the Town.  School Committee is voting this coming Monday on the budget and it looks like Cheshire’s increase will be $86K (capital and operations), or a 3.5%. Adams’ assessment will go up 3%.
- Received executed Cooperative Agreement for Kitchen Brook Dam removal from the State.
- Received a proposal from BRPC for the development of Complete Streets Program.  Their fee will be $24,882.  This is fully reimbursable through the Complete Streets program.  Their work will be completed by November 31st.  Mark will submit the proposal to the State for their approval to get started.  The BOS approved.
- Peter requested that a notice be sent to neighbors of the Sand Mill Bridge notifying them of parking and pedestrian bridge crossing prohibitions during the construction.
- Received response from town counsel regarding providing health insurance to elected officials.  The town is required under Chapter 32B, Section 23 which the Town has adopted to health insurance to any employee – elected or otherwise – if they work twenty (20) or more hours per week.  There is no obligation to provide insurance to anyone-elected or otherwise – if they work regularly under twenty (20) hours per week. There is no further town meeting action to not offer health insurance to newly elected officials going forward.   This can become problematic if there are elected officials who claim to work twenty (20) or more hours per week regularly. 
- Researched Medicare question for those on Cheshire health insurance who are over 65 and whether they can be moved over to Medicare.  If they are actively employed by the Town – either elected or appointed – you cannot move them to Medicare, they have to remain on Town insurance.  If they are retired and over 65 we are required to shift them to Medicare.  See Chapter 32B, Section 18A.
- BRPC submitted the Town’s housing assistance grant to the State last week.
- Contacted Representative, Gail Anne Cariddi regarding a question about elected officials recall process in conjunction to the proposed 3-5 Selectmen.  Mark was referred to the State’s municipal law unit.  Mark contacted town counsel instead and he responded that there are only three (3) other communities in the Commonwealth who have recall authority but that it can be done and the process is the same as the move from 3-5 Selectmen and, if the Board wished to proceed, they can both be done at the same time.
- Continuing with FY’18 budget compilation. Copies submitted to the Advisory Board. Mark met with Denise Gregoire to review the process going forward.
- Scheduling an interview for the position of Highway Superintendent.
- Submitted Nomination of Inspector of Animals papers dated 3/17/17.  Paul motioned to have Myron Proper as the Town Animal Control Officer; 2nd by Carol with a unanimous vote taken.

Resident, Michelle Whitney presented a list of pertinent questions regarding the status of the Cheshire Elementary School.  Attending was Eileen Quinn, John Tremblay, Jeremy McLain, and Justin Kruszyna.
Carol advised the group to attend the upcoming meeting at the school where ideas and options will be discussed.

Resident, Peter Traub: (COA)
- Discussed the COA van being a part of a new system regarding emergency needs for the COA. Carol suggested waiting until the BRTA offers concise information before further discussing possibilities.

DCR Cease and Desist Order:
Name:  John Gwozdz, 308 Fales Road.  Harvester:  Gerry Lashway, P O Box 768, Williamsburg, MA 01096.


Goecaching Event.  Tuesday, July 18, 2017 from 11am to 1pm.  The Berkshire Geobash group will hold a picnic at the Monument on Stafford Hill.  Trash will be picked up.  The BOS had no issues or concerns and approved the event.

Chief of Police, Tim Garner:  Weekly Report Submitted.

 Town Clerk, Christine Emerson: 
 Presented candidates for the Cheshire Annual Election:
 Selectmen    Edmund St. John IV, 37 Main Street
      E. Richard Scholz, 790 Stafford Hill Road

 Assessor
 3 year term    Laurie Charon, 98 Meadowview Drive,  Incumbent

 Board of Health Member
 3 year term    Jeffrey Warner, 13 Wells Road,  Incumbent

 Cemetery Commissioner          Neil Baker, 408 Outlook Avenue, Incumbent
 3 year term    

 Water Commissioner   Donald Rueger, 89 Dean Street,  Incumbent
 3 year trm
 
 Planning Board Member
 5 year term    Francis Griswold, 1350 Wells Road,  Incumbent

 Planning Board Member
 3 year term    Donna Defino, 184 Mountain Road

Adams Cheshire Regional
School District School Committee
from Cheshire
3 year term     Adam Emerson, 34 Richardson Street

Adams District School Committee
Member from Adams
3 year term     Regina Hill,  Incumbent
      Michael Mucci, Jr.

 

Last day to register to vote:  Tuesday, April 11, 2017  9:00am to 8:00pm in Town Clerk’s Office for the
Monday, May 1st Annual Town Election.


Cheshire Application for Driveway Permit dated March 20, 2017.  Paul and Carol signed the permit for Dixon S. Daniels, 295 Richmond Hill Road.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Eversource Energy’s annual Emergency Response Plan meeting.  Tuesday, March 28, 2017.


With all business finalized, Paul motioned to close the meeting at 8:24PM; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Paul F. Astorino, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk
Carol A. Francesconi, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

 

March 14, 2017

Meeting cancelled due to weather.

February 28, 2017
6:30PM

In Attendance: Paul F. Astorino, Robert S. Ciskowski and, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:       
Press: iBerkshires and The Courier
                  
Robert read BOS minutes for February 21, 2017. Carol motioned to accept the minutes as presented; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.

Highway Department, Peter LeFebvre: 
- The dishwasher at the Cheshire Community Center is operating.  Peter has ordered commercial soap and will be giving operational instructions to those who utilize it.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber:  Absent
- Paul read Discussion Items submitted by Mark:
- Distributed the McCann FY 2019 budget materials.  Mark invited Superintendent Brosnan to the Cheshire Board meeting on March 14, 2017 at 6:00PM to present his budget.
- Submitted Highway Superintendent help wanted ad to on-line version of Beacon.
- Gave Peter a copy of Project Contact Sheet for Sand Mill Bridge project and minutes from the February 7, 2017 meeting.
- Met with Bill Craig and Denise Gregoire of the Cheshire Advisory Board to transfer information from Bill to Denise.
- Requested a list of priority items to stay on top of. 
- Noted that “ownership of land surrounding Kitchen Brook dam, and response; clearly the Town owns all of the property.  No town department, even the Water Department can own property of any kind.  By the same rules, they cannot be sued either.

7:00 Berkshire Regional Planning Commission:
- Documents signed by Paul.

Chief of Police, Tim Garner:  Weekly Report Submitted.

 Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  No issues or concerns.
- There is a school committee member remains open for the upcoming elections.  Interested?  Contact Town Clerk at 1-413-743-1690  Extension 22.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Department of Public Utilities. 1/30/17. Approval of General Increases in Base Distribution Rates for Electric Service and a Performance Based Ratemaking Mechanism for NSTAR Electric Company and Western Massachusetts Electric Company, each doing business as Eversource Energy.
- Selectmen’s Dinner on April 27, 2017 at the Skyline Country Club.

Paul:
- Reported that there was a good turnout of residents to the meeting regarding possible school closings. Another meeting will take place on Thursday, March 9, 2017.

With all business finalized, Paul motioned to close the meeting at 7:30PM; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Paul F. Astorino, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk
Carol A. Francesconi, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds

 

February 21, 2017
6:30PM

In Attendance: Paul F. Astorino, Robert S. Ciskowski and, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:       
Press: iBerkshires and The Courier
                  
Robert read BOS minutes for February 14, 2017. Carol motioned to accept the minutes as presented; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.

Highway Department, Peter LeFebvre: 
- Peter discussed the cleaning of the dishwasher at the Cheshire Community Center and the need to order a new heating element.  Additionally, he worked on the drains and will continue to flush them until they are working better.  When the dishwasher is operating correctly Carol and Peter will demonstrate usage.
- Carol reported last week that the plow cost $8,400.  Peter reported a $200.00 lower price.
- Patching pot holes with cold patching.
- New truck in the process of meeting all specifications and my possibly be delivered in March.
- One ton truck down with oil pan issue. 

Superintendent of Adams-Cheshire Schools, Dr. Putnam:
- Dr. Putnam was invited to attend this evenings meeting so the BOS could asked questions regarding the upcoming scheduled meetings, a possible school closing, and the Budget.
- The first item to be discussed was the need to review and update the regional agreement In order to  improve the quality of education. Dr. Putnam advised that the finances cannot pay presently for changes.
Paul:
- Inquired about the condition of the CT Plunkett school roof and the costs associated.  Carol questioned, “Why should Cheshire pay for the Plunkett roof repairs?” 
Dr. Putnam:
Dr. Putnam stated that it will be, “Goodwill between the towns.”  He said, “We have to find a way to an agreement.” He felt, ”The Collins group can create the best way to go forward.”
Dr. Putnam reviewed the pro/cons of keeping the Cheshire Elementary School and or the CT Plunkett School or to have a new build. Regarding the CT Plunkett roof, there is $130K available to go towards the costs of repairing the roof.  He reported that when he first started his employment he had installed supports to hold up the roof.  It is a slate roof and there continues to be some leaks on the third floor.  Hill Engineering estimated approximately $300K for repairs.  Dr. Putnam wants the lowest price possible while allowing the school to be safe and to function as a safe school.  (All scheduled meetings are available on the ACRSD website.)

Dr. Putnam:  continued
- Transportation costs was discussed, but Dr. Putnam suggested waiting for the upcoming meeting where he will present a formal offering to address all of the above questions and concerns.
- Robert mentioned that he has had a few calls regarding the stress families and children are feeling.  Dr. Putnam assured Robert that his plan is to minimize the stress level of parents and children. Dr. Putnam will keep the BOS informed to the best of his ability.
- Dr. Putnam submitted a MEMO explaining space alternatives.

Resident, E. Clairmont:
- Questioned the status of his issue with Cheshire Fence Viewers and wondered if Attorney Grandchamp has been in contact with the BOS.  Carol reported that no written correspondence has been received and she will have Carole H. contact Grandchamp to see the status of the issue.

7:00PM   Hearing.  Carol read the Legal Notice:  BRPC Representative, Patricia Mullins and William Compton, Senior Planner at the BRPC shared updates on the progress of the grant.
- The BOS was updated regarding the status and process of the Community Development Block Grant.   Ms. Mullins submitted a copy of the Citizen Participation Plan 2017.
- All present signed a sign-in sheet for proof of attendance. A copy of tonight’s minutes and the Agenda for 2-21-17 and they will be forwarded to Ms. Mullins.
Town Clerk, Christine Emerson: 
- Requested more information be placed on the flyer seeking applicants as presently it is vague with no specifics on the project and what it entails. Ms. Mullins: Once the town receives the award, Ms. Mullins will create a new flyer noting that loans are 0% interest with deferred interest and no payment unless transferred.  The grant will be submitted on March 10, 2017 and notification will be approximately July 2017.
- Ms. Mullins reported that 45-50 people signed up at a recent town activity.   Ms. Mullins will be speaking with the Town Treasurer for signage of required documentation. She also wanted the BOS to review what happens if a person has to move out of the house.
- Dialogue will continue.
Paul:
- Signed a letter to the Deputy Community Development Manager, Mark Southard regarding The ADA Self Evaluation Survey and Transition Plan.

7:41PM  Carol motioned to close the Hearing; 2nd by Paul with a unanimous vote taken.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber: Absent

Chief of Police, Tim Garner:  Weekly Report Submitted.  Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  No issues or concerns.

Robert:
- Motioned to reach out to the Town of Lanesborough to investigate the possibility of sharing a Highway Superintendent.  Although there was no second, the BOS said it should be checked by either Robert or
Mark when he returns.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Thank you note received from candidate, Conklin, for the opportunity to interview for the Superintendent of the Cheshire Highway Department.
- Email received from Sara Clark (TAC) State of Mass regarding a copy of the current cable license for the Department of Telecommunications and Cable.  Carole H. will research.

With all business finalized, Paul motioned to close the meeting at 8:00PM; 2nd by Robert with a unanimous vote taken.


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Paul F. Astorino, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk
Carol A. Francesconi, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds