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January 2, 2019

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Carol A. Francesconi, Robert S. Ciskowski
Absent:      

Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.
 
6:30PM
Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting.
Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s December 26, 2019 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

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Resident, Chris DelMolino, 110 Main Street, Cheshire, MA and Aaron from Sun Bug Solar:
- Both parties had met with electrical Inspector, George Sweet, to review the electrical fees charged for solar installations.
- Aaron noted that the fees were not listed on the Cheshire website and he felt the fees were abnormally high considering the amount of time spent on the inspection. He questioned if the town had surveyed other surrounding towns. Carol will be checking surrounding towns for their fee rates.
- As of July 1, 2015 the fees are:
        From $0 to $2,000                    $50.00
        From $2001 to $4,000                    $75.00
        From $4001 to $8,000                    $100.00
        From $8001 to $10,000                    $125.00
        From $10,001 and above   (per thousand)        $25.00
    Additional inspections beyond the initial inspection.  (Included in the fee.)
    * All Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Systems shall have a flat fee of $100.00 per kW.
The discussion will continue on January 8, 2019 with George Sweet present.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane:  
- Presented the Weekly Activity Log for 12/26/18-1/1/2019.
- Salt shed at full capacity.
- Call from MSP Tuesday, January 1, 2019 regarding pothole on Fred Mason Road resulting in two blown tires.  Hole repaired January 2, 2019 with cold patch.
- Met with Mass DOT last week to finalize Chapter 90 paperwork.  All paperwork has been turned in and we are awaiting reimbursement from the State.
- Reported school heating oil tank at 4200 gallons as of 12/31/18.
- Various dead, dying or unsafe trees taken down around town.  Residents are encouraged to take the wood on a first come/first serve basis.
- Winter sand continues to be available to residents at the town garage.


Interim Town Administrator, Ed St. John IV
- Reached out to NationalGrid to secure a street lighting inventory.  Awaiting a response.
- Met with Sherman from NeoNet regarding networking in an effort to be more efficient and secure.
- Carol signed the DLTA grant for submission to BRPC.  Continuing to work on grants for the Police and Highway Department.
- Investigating cameras for roads (equipment grant) road security.

Carol:    Asked Ed to seek historical grants for the Town Hall - specifically repairs.
- Ed will be attending Procurement Training on January 22, 23, and 24, 2019.

Robert:
- Questioned Blair regarding the working status of the generator at the school.  Blair responded that the generator could be parked - up and running.  It is old - 60's or 70's when originally     installed.
    
Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.

Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:
-  Received MDAR Vegetation Management Plan Schedule and mailed it to Laurie Field.
- Berkshire Medical Center, Inc.  Berkshire occupational Health will be merging with Berkshire Health Urgent Care, 505 East Street, St. Luke's Square, Pittsfield, MA 01201.

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:25pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.

     
Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk

December 26, 2018

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Robert S. Ciskowski, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:        
Press: The Berkshire Eagle
                   
Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.

6:30PM Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting.
       Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s December 18, 2018 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane:  
- Presented the Weekly Activity Log for 12/19/18-12/25/18.
- 50% of labor was for vacation time, sick time, or other time off.
- Salt is at ¾ capacity.
- Truck #4 transmission issue has reemerged.  Truck at Delurey’s.
- Welder broke beyond repair.  Purchased new Miller welder.
- Rain issues on Friday- 4”.  Roads were kept passable over the weekend and repaired the frozen dirt surfaces on Monday.  Muddy conditions on Stewart White Road.
- Winter sand available to residents at the town garage.
- Flag pole broken at the Cheshire Community Center.  
- Received state notice that they will be taking core samples from existing abutments at Sand Mill Bridge. The bridge was built in 1930.
- Will be reviewing CCC application for 1031 Sand Mill Hill.

Interim Town Administrator, Ed St. John IV
- Presented December 26, 2018 Administrator’s Report.
- Reported to the BOS the following: “Section 3.3(b) of the Cheshire Zoning By law prohibits “commercial piggeries” from all districts within Cheshire.  In Building Inspector of Mansfield v. Curvin, 22 Mass. App. Ct. 401 (1986), the Appeals Court held that a blanket prohibition against     piggeries violated the provisions of Mass. Gen. Laws, ch. 40A, sec. 3 (No zoning ordinance or by-    law shall…prohibit, unreasonably regulate, or require a special permit for the use of land for the     primary purpose of commercial agriculture.  Therefore as long as the primary use of the land is     for agriculture, the town’s zoning bylaw cannot be used to prevent the operation of a piggery.”    
- Met with Blair Crane to discuss the highway budget.  A meeting is scheduled also for Ed to meet with the Finance Committee on Thursday, January 3, 2019.
- PILOT agreement sent to Town Counsel for review. Ed will be researching other comparisons from different communities.
- Submitted to the BOS documents from ACRSD re: Amended District Agreement.
- Researching grant programs for the Police Department to provide a School Resource Officer for the high school.
- Clarified billing addresses with Berkshire Gas for the highway and community center.
- Robert requested Ed to work on diode lights for Cheshire and the potential savings.
- Received a request from ACRSD to Legislators to file special legislation to allow towns to elect school committee members in May.  The BOS noted that the request was not discussed with the Cheshire BOS before requesting legislative action.

Carol:
- Scheduled National Grid/Verizon Pole Hearing for January 8, 2019 at 7pm at the BOS meeting.
        
Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.
- Agreed on thirty day continued employment (end of January) for Nicholas Sorrell.
- Agreed upon employment for Amalia M. Jusino III until May 2019 appointments.
- Grant received for $13,841 for the purchase of police tasers.

Town Clerk, Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:05pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.

Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk

December 18, 2018

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Robert S. Ciskowski, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:        
Press: iBerkshires
                   
Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.

6:30PM Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting.
       Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s December 11, 2018 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane:  Absent
- Things to do:  Check trestle on Lanesborough Road.

Interim Town Administrator, Ed St. John IV
- Presented weekly report.
- In conversation with the Board of Health regarding questions about piggeries in Cheshire.  Spoke with Laura Kittross from BRPC and seeking an opinion from Town Counsel.
- Spoke with Dave Waddle from Mass Wildlife regarding the trapping of beavers which can be performed with a permit issued from the Board of Health.  Also spoke to Rebecca Barnes from DCR and better ways to improve the flow of water.  Robert will be sharing his plan for improving the water flow in the center of Cheshire including possible dam removal.
- Met with Blair Crane, Highway Superintendent to discuss plans for future operation of the department.
- Ed is in the process of researching grant opportunities and will be reporting specifics once a plan of action is in place.
- Will be scheduling department meetings to review the best way of offer assistance.
- Attended the Berkshire Municipal Management Association (BMMA) meeting.  The featured speaker was Representative Pignattelli who spoke on initiatives proposed to the re-working of     the Chapter 90 formula.  This formula can be changed to reflect the needs and disadvantages that smaller, rural communities face as it relates to its roads.
- Began research implementation of new Town policies such as purchasing  and should have a working copy by the end of December.
- Spoke with Tom Matuszko, BRPC, regarding the District Local Technical Assistance program (“DLTA”) grant opportunity.  There is a matching requirement to continue to work on zoning with the Cheshire Planning Board. The zoning focus has since changed and could examine zoning adjacent to Route 8 (applicable to Green Community), culvert assessment, and to investigate the merits to create an overlay zone to enhance agriculture use.

Carol:
- Reported that the elementary school will be empty by the end of December.  Blair will adjust the heat accordingly.
- Carol updated the BOS on the status of repairs at the fire house.  The bay area is being sheet rocked and the storage room needs plywood replacement in the spring.  Doors will be fixed next year.

Stafford Green, Inc., 80 Stafford Hill Road, Cheshire, MA. Francis Gonsalves Maguire, President and Director of Stafford Green, Inc. Tier 5 Cannabis request.
- Presented an overview of his plans to grow cannabis.  There will be a non permanent building 42’ x 60’ greenhouse acting as staging/assembly area.  There will be an eight (8) foot chain link fence barbed wire around four (4) acres. Secondary fence with gated access; employment opportunities for first season 8-12 employees; 2-4 fir trees planted on southeastern line to obstruct direct line of sight from abutting neighbor.
- Seeking ways to benefit the town with the tax revenue generated from his operation.
- Mr. Maguire will return to the BOS once he has a Host Agreement secured.
- Noted:  Owns 34.2 acres of land, no wetlands, organic outdoor growing, a security plan is designed.
        
Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.

Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:

All employees attended a Christmas gathering and farewell to Town Administrator, Mark Webber after the BOS meeting closed.

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:09pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.


Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk

December 11, 2018

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Robert S. Ciskowski, Carol A. Francesconi
Absent:        
Press: iBerkshires
                   
Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.

6:30PM Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting. Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s December 4, 2018 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane:
- Checking roads for drainage and working on maintenance issues.
- Salt shed is filled to capacity.
- Truck #4 is repaired with the transmission software working as designed.
- Meeting with Nation Grid regarding safety measures for the area as the cost to either raise or move the lines is prohibitive.
- Attended boiler inspections at the school and the fire house.  Both inspections are good for two (2) years.
- Enclosed water main at the school to resist freezing.
- 5800 gallons of fuel in school tank as of 8am this morning.
- Continuing to work the Department of Labor Standards and the consultant for coming into safety compliance with past inspection.  The deadline is December 21, 2018.
- Winter sand is available to residents at the Cheshire Town Garage.
- Discussed the best approach for purchasing a grader.  Robert appreciated Blair's ability to stay flexible in searching for possibly a used grader.  All wheel drive would be Blair's recommendation. The rented equipment was 12 feet and the Town's old one was 12 feet. Robert would want, "The best bank for our buck!"  This size would be no problem for the camp roads.
- Plowing contractors are working out well.
- The leak in the garage roof has subsided.

Residents, Paul Astorino and Aaron Singer of Meadowview Drive;
- Reported to the BOS issues with the high levels of water by the river and backyards due to beavers.
- It is affecting wells, sewer systems and the Cheshire and Adams well systems.
- Mark will contact the DCR and noted that the BoH have Beaver relocation permits.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber:  
- Working with BRPC regarding signage and applications for the Massachusetts Community Development Block Grant Program (Mass. CDBG) grant- Housing Rehabilitation. (CDBG CDF-G-2018-Cheshire 00823.)     
- Will be checking with Bay State Elevator regarding a statement received is for the school building.
- Majority of the day was spent accumulating the new Town Administrator, Ed St. John IV.

Cheshire Planning Board, Donna Defino, Chairman:
- Updated the BOS on the status of two court cases.  Both have been dismissed.
- Carol updated Donna regarding the Cheshire Conservation and the Ayotte solar project.  She reported a decrease in the footprint going from twenty acres to seventeen acres.  Therefore, the original plans the CPB approved are now not the original plans.  Donna plans on sitting in on the hearing for this project on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 at the Town Hall at 5pm.

Resident, Fred Jayko:
- Questioned what could be done to the empty building on the corner of West Mountain Road     and Route 8.  Carol responded that taxes were being paid.  Only the BoH can condemn a building and that means you get to secure it with plywood.

7:20PM
Carol motioned to go into Executive Session; 2nd by Robert.  A unanimous vote was taken. "To conduct strategy sessions in preparation for negotiations with non-union personnel or to conduct collective bargaining sessions or contract negotiations with non-union personnel."

Roll Call: Carol A. Francesconi, Yes; Robert S. Ciskowski, Yes.

8:35PM    The 6pm Open Meeting continued.

Roll Call:Carol A. Francesconi, Yes; Robert S. Ciskowski, Yes.
    
Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.

Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Employee holiday get together.  After the 6PM Open Meeting on 12/18/18.

Selectmen signed licenses for 2019 liquor, automobile, and Common Vitualler businesses.

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 8:40pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.

Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk

December 4, 2018

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Carol A. Francesconi, Robert S. Ciskowski
Absent:      
Press: iBerkshires, Berkshire Eagle

Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.
 
6:30PM
Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting.
Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s November 27, 2018 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane:
- Snow plowing and salting. Continue to work on repairs, potholes, patching, drainage, shoulders, and ditching.
- Transmission software issue with International Truck #4.  Possible sensor issue.  Truck is at Delureys.
- Will be enclosing water main at school this week to keep from freezing.
- Winter sand available to residents at town garage.
- Reported vendor delivery truck hit high tension wires on Monday, December 3, 2018. No injuries and minor damage to the truck.  Robert said, “It affected a lot of people and it could have been fatal."  Blair wrote down the facts of the incident and spoke to the owner.  Robert questioned if signage might deter from this happening again. Blair stated that the driver is an     experienced driver and has had this delivery stop for ten (10) years with no issue(s).  Robert requested Blair to be proactive in thinking this through with plans for no recurrences.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber:  
- Spoke with Mark Cappadona at Colonial Power, the Town's residential electric aggregator.  A recent mailing was out to new National Grid customers in Cheshire.  It is a marketing move to entice residents to take advantage of Colonial's fixed kW cost of 10.4 cents versus National Grid's current rate of 13.7 cents.
- Responded to a public records request seeking Town costs associated with processing union dues. Becky dedicates about ten (10) minutes a month towards processing union dues.
- Blair will be at the annual boiler inspection at Cheshire School tomorrow 12/5/18.
- Inquiry from the Youth Center asking if we had commissioned an architectural study and if the Town is interested in leasing a space to them. Carol read a letter/estimate from edm and the Code Evaluation costs.  The BOS signed an agreement to move forward.

Town Administrator, Mark Webber:  continued
- The Financial Commission will meet with the BOS on December 11.
- A draft agreement will be forthcoming from the Town's solar pilot negotiator regarding the Whitney solar project.
- Mark contacted the three (3) candidate's regarding their level of interest in the Town Administrator position.  All three (3) remain interested.
- FYI:  As of the end of November 2018, there have been 22 license application submittals to the Cannabis Control Commission from Berkshire County; more than any other county other than Worcester County.  Of those 22 submittals, 8 have received provisional licenses; 7 from Pittsfield and 1 from Great Barrington.  The remaining 14 have submitted their application packages but have not yet received either final or provisional licenses.  Of those remaining 14, 5 are from Pittsfield; 1 from Williamstown; 1 from Lee; 1 from Adams; 1 from Lanesborough and 5 from Sheffield.
- Receive notification from the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) regarding a limited fixed route service provided during the transit strike. Additional information will be posted on BRTA website.

Carol:
- Reported that a cover will be installed on the Cheshire Elementary School roof heating section which will assist in supplying heat to the office section.
- edm Architecture, Engineering, and Management will conduct the Code Evaluation for the Cheshire Elementary School at a cost of $2,400 with one (1) to two (2) weeks for completion once the agreement is signed and received.  Both BOS members agreed that it was important to move forward and the agreement was signed.

Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.

Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Charter Communications check for $2,726.90 remittance covering the period from July 1, 2018     to September 30, 2018.    
- Department of Housing & Community Development.  Professional Services Contract for Program Delivery & General Administration:  Approved.

The hiring of a Town Administrator continued discussion:
- Robert asked Carol who she preferred for the opening of Town Administrator.  Carol stated: "They are coming in at a hard time as far as the budget and I think we need someone that has     some idea of the town and our needs.  Someone who is familiar with the people in the organization.  That is why I still support  Ed."
- Robert stated: "I still like the experience of Tom     Spiro but I think I am going to defer to your     thinking on this."
- Carol motioned to hire Ed St. John, IV as the Town of Cheshire Town Administrator; 2nd by Robert S. Ciskowski. A unanimous vote was taken. There will be a four (4) month probation period. After that time, a one (1) year agreement can be signed and then a three (3) year agreement. After the four month probation period, the new board will have the authority over the position.
- An Executive Session was scheduled for Tuesday, December 11, 2018 at 7:30PM to: "To Conduct strategy sessions in preparation for negotiations with non-union personnel or to     conduct collective bargaining sessions or contract negotiations with non-union personnel."
- There will be a review two (2) or three (3) weeks before the end of the four (4) months.  (January 1, 2018 to April 30, 2019.)  New BOS members would be responsible for the one (1) year agreement and thereafter.
- Mark will contact St. John to make arrangements to start on December 11th.  For transitioning, Mark will stay until January 1, 2019.

Cheshire Board of Health:
- Chairman, Richard Salvi, recommended to the BOS Amber LaFogg Maxwell for the position of BoH secretary.  Carol motioned to appoint Amber LaFogg Maxwell as the BoH secretary; 2nd by Robert. A unanimous vote was taken.

A letter was reviewed and edited by the BOS to John Barrett III, State Representative, stating:
"The Cheshire Board of Selectmen have presented to you a Home-Rule Petition that will increase the Board from 3 to 5 members.  Two new members would be elected, in staggered terms, at a Special Town election occurring after passage of the Home-Rule Petition."  Carol motioned to accept the letter as written; 2nd by Robert S. Ciskowski.  A unanimous vote was taken.

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:40pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.

        
Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk

November 27, 2018

6:00PM Open Meeting

In Attendance: Carol A. Francesconi, Robert S. Ciskowski
Absent:      
Press: iBerkshires, Berkshire Eagle

Board conducts the business session of the meeting by reviewing and approving weekly payroll and vendor warrants.
 
6:30PM
Carol opens the regular portion of the meeting.
Carol read the minutes and made a motion to accept the Board’s November 20, 2018 meeting minutes. Robert seconds the motion. A unanimous vote was taken.

Highway Superintendent, Blair Crane: (Home)

Town Administrator, Mark Webber:  
- Created a Release Form for liability for participants in programs offered at the Cheshire Community Center.
- Received a Cheshire Lake Use Permit for the Berkshire Geobash Fire and Ice event scheduled for Saturday, February 9, 2019.
- Inquiry received regarding a marijuana business enterprise.
- Requested a meeting for the Finance Committee on December 11, 2018 at 6pm.  Approved.
- Spoke with the Building Inspector regarding the payment of an on-line permitting program. Mark advised that municipalities cannot pre-pay for goods or services.  
- Mark will be checking into electric company solicitations.

Cheshire Police Chief, Tim Garner
- Weekly report submitted.

Christine Emerson:  
- No issues or concerns.

Mail and Correspondence:
- Berkshire County Listening Session, Thursday, December 6, 2018 6:00pm to 8:00pm.  Presented by the Rural Policy Advisory Commission, Berkshire Regional Planning Commission, Suite 201, Pittsfield.
- Department of Housing & Community Development.  Community Development Block Grant- Community Development Fund (CDF) FY 2018 Environmental Release- The Town of Cheshire     

Mail:  continued
 Grant #00823.    Cheshire-New Marlborough Housing Rehab Program.  Has cleared environment review for Program Year 2018.  Mark will be calling Berkshire Regional to start the project.
- Carol read Minutes for November 2018 for the COA written by M. Gwozdz.
- Letter from Resident, Irene Bator, offering two suggestions.  “For the hiring of a new Town Administrator, invite a third person from another small town to be on the committee.”2.  "Once the Town files the current paperwork, the January session of Legislators could focus on it, and send to Governor Baker for signature.  This would allow from the annual May Town vote, as full complement of a 5 member select board.  Thus eliminate any need for anyone filling in and a costly special future vote."
- Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development.  State Route 116 Reclamation and Paving Project was not recommended.

- One day liquor license issued to Whitney's Farm Stand LLC for 11/29/18.  $50.00

Carol and Robert continued the discussion regarding the hiring of a new Town Administrator.
- The hiring of an interim employee was not something Robert was in favor of.  Robert said, "It is more important to move on and have continuity."  He said he would consider hiring one of the three candidates on an interim bases and then, "We will see what they are capable of and what they are not capable of. At the end of this period, they could hire the candidate outright, wait for the May election, or open up the entire process again with a new board."  Mark voiced that he did not feel the gridlock would end. Robert said, he was willing to compromise.  Mark will be checking to see if any of the three candidates would consider this opportunity. Although Ed St.     John IV withdrew his application, Robert felt he would want to extend the offering to him also.  Robert said, "My concern is that my actions and yours we may have poisoned the candidates.  I     don't know what they have been following so I don't know what they think of Cheshire or whether they want the job anymore or not." Mark will report back to the board 12/4/18.

- Although Mark's plan was to retire the first of November, he would be willing to consider staying on until May.

Resident, Gary Trudeau:
- Questioned the two selectmen as to what was important to them in the candidate. Carol said, "It has to be the right fit.  Experience.” Robert said, "The job entails a lot.  He wanted someone that respected their opinion, had dedication and could direct the board to proceed on the right path and to have the ability to bounce things off of the BOS ."

Carol asked Robert if he had any questions or concerns.  He did have 5 concerns for Blair but would wait until next week when he is present.

Carol:
With all business finalized, Carol motioned to adjourn the meeting at 7:10pm; seconded by Robert.  
A unanimous vote was taken.
         
Respectfully Submitted,

Carole A. Hilderbrand, Board of Selectmen’s Secretary

_______________________________________________________________
Carol A. Francesconi, Chairman
Robert S. Ciskowski, Clerk