CIP Committee | 6/1/2020 Meeting Agenda

CIP Committee | 6/1/2020 Meeting Agenda

REMOTE MEETING NOTICE / AGENDA
Litchfield Capital Improvement Planning Committee
Monday, June 1, 2020 @ 6:00 PM 

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Capital Improvement Committee will conduct a remote meeting pursuant to Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #12 related to public meetings. The Town Office will be closed to the public and no more than 3 people will be physically present. The meeting will be broadcast live on Litchfield TV and Youtube channels. In addition, the public can call to listen to the meeting or provide public testimony during a public comment session. Public testimony can also be submitted to the Town Office during business hours or sent by email no later than 2 pm on Monday, June 1, 2020. Please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov, or 603.424.4046 ext 1250 for questions or more information. If you attempt to access the meeting and are unable to do so please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov or 603.424.4046 ext 1250.

Join by phone
Call 1-650-215-5226 when prompted enter access code 1633282335

Join by computer
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Call to Order / Pledge of Allegiance

Public Input 

Business

  1. Meeting Minutes
  2. School Department CIP Request
  3. Other

Public Input 

Other

Next Meeting Date and Time 

Adjournment 

Members
Michael Croteau, Chair – Planning Board Representative (voting)
Sean Flynn, V. Chair – Citizen Representative (voting)
Steven Webber – Board of Selectmen Representative (voting)
Brian Bourque – School Board Representative (voting)
Peter Stone – Citizen Representative (voting)
Andrew Cutter – Budget Committee Representative (non-voting)
Troy Brown – Town Administrator (non-voting)
Jay Minkarah – NRPC Director (non-voting)

CIP Committee | 5/4/2020 Meeting Agenda

CIP Committee | 5/4/2020 Meeting Agenda

MEETING AGENDA
Litchfield Capital Improvement Planning Committee
Monday, May 4, 2020 @ 6:00 PM – Litchfield Town Hall

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Capital Improvement Committee will conduct a remote meeting pursuant to Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #12 related to public meetings. The Town Office will be closed to the public and no more than 3 people will be physically present. The meeting will be broadcast live on Litchfield TV and Youtube channels. In addition, the public can call to listen to the meeting or provide public testimony during a public comment session. Public testimony can also be submitted to the Town Office during business hours or sent by email no later than 2 pm on Monday, May 2, 2020. Please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov, or 603.424.4046 ext 1250 for questions or more information. If you attempt to access the meeting and are unable to do so please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov or 603.424.4046 ext 1250.

Join by phone
Call 1-650-215-5226 when prompted enter access code 149659939

Join by computer
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Call to Order / Pledge of Allegiance

Public Input 

Business
1. Meeting Minutes
2. Police Department CIP Request

Public Input 

Other

Next Meeting Date and Time 
Monday, June 1, 2020 at 6pm

Adjournment 

Members
Michael Croteau, Chair – Planning Board Representative (voting)
Sean Flynn, V. Chair – Citizen Representative (voting)
Steven Webber – Board of Selectmen Representative (voting)
Brian Bourque – School Board Representative (voting)
Peter Stone – Citizen Representative (voting)
Andrew Cutter – Budget Committee Representative (non-voting)
Troy Brown – Town Administrator (non-voting)
Jay Minkarah – NRPC Director (non-voting)

Litchfield Board of Selectmen | Virtual Meeting Agenda – April 13, 2020

Litchfield Board of Selectmen | Virtual Meeting Agenda – April 13, 2020

REMOTE MEETING NOTICE
TOWN OF LITCHFIELD BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Monday, April 13, 2020 at 6:30pm

In response to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Board of Selectmen will conduct a remote meeting pursuant to Governor Sununu’s Emergency Order #12 related to public meetings. The Town Office will be closed to the public and only 3 people will be physically present. The meeting will be broadcast live on Litchfield TV and Youtube channels. In addition the public can call to listen to the meeting or provide public testimony during a public comment session. Public testimony can also be submitted to the Town Office during business hours or sent by email no later than 2pm on Monday, April 13, 2020. Please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov or 603.424.4046 ext 1250 for questions or more information.

If you attempt to access the meeting and are unable to do so please contact Troy Brown, Town Administrator at Tbrown@Litchfieldnh.gov or 603.424.4046 ext 1250.

Join via telephone
Call 1-650-215-5226 when prompted enter access code 145187958

Join via computer
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CIP Committee | 3/9/2020 Meeting Summary

CIP Committee | 3/9/2020 Meeting Summary

The following members were in attendance:

Voting:

  • Michael Croteau (Chair) – Planning Board Representative
  • Sean Flynn (Vice Chair) – Citizen Representative
  • Steven Webber – BOS Representative
  • Brian Bourque – School Board Representative

Non-Voting:

  • Andrew Cutter – Budget Committee Representative
  • Troy Brown – Town Administrator
  • Jay Minkarah – NRPC Director

Absent: P. Stone
Actions taken at the meeting:

  • 1/30/20 Minutes approved 4-0-0
  • The CIPC discussed and voted to accept a Mission/Vision Statement (see below) 4-0-0

Committee Discussion:

  • Project Submittal Form Process was presented by the Town Administrator. Goal is to standardize with the School District.
  • A review of the 6 year highway road improvement plan was discussed, with the goal to keep cost consistent over the period and aligned to past years budgets (~$200k block grant + ~$200k voter approved). After 2026, the town can shift into a preventative maintenance strategy with less funds anticipated as being needed for mill and reclamation work.
  • A review of the 6 year Highway vehicle and equipment plan was discussed. A review of Highway department assets, replacement schedule, anticipated needs due to town growth and residential development, as well as the need for salt storage and re-purpose of current salt shed structure.

The CIPC will review all departments 6 year plans before making any recommendations.

Public input by a resident (N. Fordey) was also provided.

The next meeting is scheduled for Monday 4/6/20 in which it is planned to review the Police, Fire and Solid Waste Capital Improvement Plans.

As Published on Facebook by Andrew Cutter