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MINUTES ADOPTED AS PRESENTED 06/02/2014 

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING

MONDAY, MAY 19, 2014

 

The Regular Meeting of the Enfield Town Council was called to order by Chairman Kaupin in the Council Chambers of the Enfield Town Hall, 820 Enfield Street, Enfield, Connecticut on Monday, May 19, 2014.  The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m.

 

PRAYER – The Prayer was given by Chairman Stokes.

 

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Aaron Longo from Boy Scot Troop #108.

 

ROLL-CALL – Present were Councilmen Arnone, Bosco, Cekala, Deni, Hall, Kaupin Lee, Mangini, Stokes and Szewczak. Councilman Edgar was absent. Also present were Town Manager, Matthew Coppler; Assistant Town Manager, Derrik Kennedy; Assistant Town Manager of Development Services, Courtney Hendricson; Town Clerk, Suzanne Olechnicki; Town Attorney, Kevin Deneen; Senior Assistant Town Attorney, Maria Elsden; Director of EMS, Gary Wiemokly; Captain of EMS, Erin Maloney; Lieutenant of EMS, Brian Brady; Director of Public Works, Jonathan Bilmes

 

FIRE EVACUATION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

Chairman Kaupin made the fire evacuation announcement.

 

MINUTES OF PRECEDING MEETINGS

 

MOTION #2715 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Deni to accept the minutes of the May 1, 2014 Special Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2715 adopted 9-0-1, with Councilman Cekala abstaining.

 

MOTION #2716 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Hall to accept the minutes of the May 5, 2014 Special Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2716 adopted 10-0-0.

 

MOTION #2717 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Arnone to accept the minutes of the May 5, 2014 Regular Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2717 adopted 10-0-0.

 

MOTION #2718 by Councilman Deni, seconded by Councilman Stokes to accept the minutes of the May 7, 2014 Special Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2718 adopted 10-0-0.

 

MOTION #2719 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Stokes to accept the minutes of the May 12, 2014 Special Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2719 adopted 10-0-0.

 

MOTION #2720 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Hall to accept the minutes of the May 14, 2014 Special Meeting.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2720 adopted 10-0-0.

 

SPECIAL GUESTS

 

Emergency Medical Services Week

 

Chairman Kaupin read a proclamation designating May 18 through May 24 as Emergency Medical Services Week.  He presented the proclamation to Gary Wiemokly, the Director of Enfield EMS, Captain Erin Maloney and Lieutenant Brian Brady.

 

Buzz Robotics

 

Buzz Robotics team members presented an overview and video of this year’s competitions.

 

Councilman Arnone stated the Buzz Robotics team makes the Town Council very proud.

 

Chairman Kaupin commended the Buzz Robotics team for doing a great job and making the Town of Enfield and Enfield Public Schools proud.

 

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS & PETITIONS

 

Jennifer Moncuse, 17 Booth Road

          Stated she is a taxpayer, a parent of school-age children and the Parent Engagement Coordinator for KITE. She noted she emailed Council members begging for additional funding for education.  She stated she spoke with multiple Board of Education members to get information, and she welcomed responses from a couple Town Council members, however, Town Council member responses were in direct opposition to the statements made to her by the Board of Education.  She stated it appears there’s an issue of mistrust between the Board of Education and the Town Council.  She noted the outcome of this mistrust is a shortfall in funding for the education system, which will not allow the Board of Education to maintain the status quo.  She stated it remains to be seen how the Board of Education will elect to spend the appropriation the Town Council gave them, but she believes one way or another Enfield’s children will pay the price.

 

Ms. Moncuse stated the Board of Education told the Town Council the minimum amount of money required in order to maintain the status quo, and the Town Council chose not to fund the Board of Education at that level.  She stated her belief this means cuts will have to be made.  She urged the Council work with the Board of Education to resolve the matter of mistrust so these issues don’t continue in future years because the outcome is not acceptable to families with young children.

 

Robert Messenger, 4 Kings Court

          Stated his belief someone in Enfield should be sending out sewer use bills.  He noted this was an opportunity to create a job within Enfield, but instead this service was sent out of town.

 

Michael DeGuile, 3 Edmund Lane

          Spoke about the poor condition of his road.  He noted his street was on the 2009 road plan, and they were always told they would get a skim coating.  He stated they’ve learned the work on their road would be too expensive.  He noted this road doesn’t have storm drains.  He invited the Council to visit his area after a rainstorm.  He urged the Council to take care of Edmund Lane.

 

Angela Foss, 43 Lake Drive

David Tuttle, 34 Crescent Beach Road

          Miss Foss stated roads in her area have been on the schedule since 2010, and nothing has been done. She noted she has been in her home for over 20 years, and nothing has been done in her area.  She pointed out roads in her neighborhood are treacherous.  She stated her belief there should be a better system as to how roads should be repaired.  She noted her road needs to be totally torn up.  She requested the Town address the Crescent Lake roads this year.  She invited Council members to visit this area to see the condition of the roads. She presented a petition with 107 signatures requesting the Town take immediate action to repair Crescent Lake roads.  She presented photographs showing the condition of the roads.

 

COUNCILMEN COMMUNICATIONS & PETITIONS

 

Councilman Mangini stated she and Chairman Kaupin attended the recent Rotary event where they presented the Paul Harris award to Linda Bridge, Lori Gates and Jennifer Smith and Shannon Grant.

 

She stated on Saturday, five Boy Scout Eagles from Troops 888 and 108 received their awards.

 

Councilman Mangini stated she was very impressed to hear about one of Enfield’s School Security Officers stepping in to be a “grandfather” on Grandfather’s Day in one of Enfield’s schools.

 

Councilman Mangini requested the playscapes at the Mark Twain and Powder Hollow athletic facilities be checked out for homeless people sleeping in these areas and the presence of heroin needles.

 

Councilman Szewczak questioned whether anyone in Enfield didn’t receive a sewer use bill.  She suggested perhaps they could have a call forwarding system at Town Hall when people call with questions concerning their sewer use bill.

 

She stated leaf bags can only be used in the fall season.

 

Councilman Bosco questioned when a meeting will be scheduled for Buckhorn.

 

Councilman Bosco agreed that the Town should try to keep business in Enfield, and he agreed that Enfield businesses should have an advantage over out-of-town businesses.

 

Councilman Deni agreed with Mr. Messenger regarding having someone in Town doing the sewer use billing.

 

Councilman Hall questioned the status of the Crescent Lake roads.  She noted this is the first she has heard about complaints in this area. She stated she’d like to know the total cost involved in repairing those roads.

 

Councilman Deni questioned why there are no storm drains on Edmund Lane and Stephen Drive.

 

Councilman Lee acknowledged the boy scouts who recently received their Eagle Scout awards – Matthew and Ryan Coppinger, Chris Fortin, Chad Miller and Trey Pierce.

 

MOTION #2721 by Councilman Lee, seconded by Councilman Mangini to suspend the rules to address under Miscellaneous Items 14 A1-A6, D, E, F, G, H, I and J.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2721 adopted 10-0-0.

 

Chairman Kaupin congratulated the recipients of the Paul Harris award at the recent Rotary dinner.

 

He noted this past weekend the Enfield Athletic Hall of Fame held their golf tournament, and it was a very successful event.

 

He stated today he helped celebrate the 104th birthday of Enfield resident, Elizabeth Olliman.

Chairman Kaupin stated the Memorial Day Parade will be on Sunday at 1:00 p.m.

 

He stated the Council’s quarterly informational meeting is Thursday, May 29th at 7:00 p.m. at Enfield Street School.

 

Chairman Kaupin referred to Mr. Messenger’s comments about keeping the sewer use billing service in Enfield and explained the Council has to make a decision as to how they award business.  He pointed out the two firms on the sewer bill went through a competitive bid process, and they were the successful bidders.  He noted the Council is charged with protecting taxpayer dollars and making sure high ticket items go through a bid process.  He stated possibly Enfield firms were not successful bidders, a higher bidder, or chose not to come forward to bid on the service.  He explained the Lewiston, Maine address is TD Bank, and they handle Enfield’s tax payments, and that’s why the sewer use bills go there.

 

TOWN MANAGER REPORT & COMMUNICATIONS

 

As concerns Crescent Lake roads, Mr. Coppler stated those roads didn’t rank low enough to get done in this round.  He noted there are a lot of road issues across the whole town, and they could take care of all the needs, but it comes at a cost. He stated Enfield is one of the few towns in Connecticut that puts road projects out to referendum and they spend an average of $5 million dollars per year on roads.  He stated they are undergoing a lot of capital projects and the question is what the taxpayers can afford.  He noted he could meet with the Public Works Director to learn if there’s interim money available to do some improvements, but not full depth reconstruction. He stated he understands that some people don’t see the results of their tax dollars in front of their own home, but it’s not because the Town is doing nothing, but rather there are a lot of long-term financial decisions being made in the best interest of the town as a whole.

 

Councilman Lee questioned whether they’re looking at a strategy that will allow them to get specific and hold true to roads that they assume are in a referendum package.  Mr. Coppler stated they hope to do a lot of roads in a particular road project, however, the reality is when they get to the end of the money, they’re done and can’t do any more roads.  He noted all three road projects have fallen short of their goals.  He stated the challenge is staking out a reasonable goal.  He noted the public should be made to realize that it’s still a worthwhile endeavor even if they don’t see their road getting done.

 

Councilman Lee questioned if the implementation of storm drainage into a neighborhood is a WPCA role, or is that typically part of highway construction.  Mr. Coppler stated WPCA handles sanitary sewer and generally they don’t get involved in the storm sewer element.  He noted there are stormwater utilities in some communities.

 

Councilman Arnone stated his impression it would be complicated to install storm drainage in the Crescent Lake region because of the environmental laws.  He noted just getting an outfall permit would be complicated.  Mr. Coppler stated eventually the water ends up in the lake, and the question is the best way to get it there so it doesn’t impact the roads and create safety issues.

 

It was agreed to have a special meeting on Wednesday, May 28th at 6:30 p.m. to discuss a Roads 2015 Program.

 

Mr. Coppler stated Town staff met with the homeowner on Sky Street concerning the flooding problem on that street.

 

He noted DOT is looking to resurface Route 5 from East Windsor to Oliver Road.  He noted they will not be going to two lanes, however they agreed to include a bike lane.

 

Councilman Hall questioned whether DOT talked about any type of reconstruction at the intersection of Route 5 and Oliver Road, and Mr. Coppler stated DOT indicated they looked at that intersection at some point in the past, and they did not feel the intersection warranted any additional changes, whether it be a light or reconfiguration.

 

Councilman Hall questioned whether DOT has any reports from the Enfield Police Department concerning that intersection.  Mr. Coppler stated when DOT looks at an intersection, they pull all the accident reports, and he believes DOT looked at that information within the past five years, and it didn’t indicate what they’d require for a lighted intersection or a reconstruction.

 

Councilman Hall requested a copy of the email.

 

Councilman Lee stated one thing they’re not getting from the statistics is how much the maintenance of that four-lane boulevard plays on the safety of that intersection.  He noted it’s already out of control, both from the Oliver Road intersection and the direction reversal and U-turn gaps that are along that way.  He stated people can’t see oncoming traffic attempting to make that U-turn.  He suggested they let their regional representatives know it’s already at that stage.

 

TOWN ATTORNEY REPORT & COMMUNICATIONS

 

Attorney Deneen stated the Charter Revision Commission has had two meetings since the last Council meeting and a public hearing.  He noted their report is due this Friday.

 

Chairman Kaupin requested the Town Attorney frame the timeline for the Town Council, or provide a reminder email to lay out the timeframe.  Attorney Deneen stated he would get that out tomorrow morning.

 

REPORT OF SPECIAL COMMITTEES OF THE COUNCIL

 

Enfield High School Renovation Building Committee

 

Councilman Cekala stated the Committee is meeting Thursday.

 

Chairman Kaupin noted they had the groundbreaking a couple weeks ago, and bids are coming in under projections.

 

Councilman Lee requested dates for late June for a Development Services Committee meeting.  He noted he’d like the agenda to include a discussion about empty and abandoned properties, particularly those being held by Bank of America.

 

Councilman Hall stated there was a tentative meeting for the General Governments for the update on the insurance.  She requested that be scheduled.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

APPOINTMENTS (TOWN COUNCIL)

 

MOTION #2722 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Arnone to remove Item #12 from the table.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2722 adopted 9-0-0.  Councilman Bosco absent at the vote.

 

NOMINATION #2723 by Councilman Mangini to reappoint John Foxx (D) to the Enfield Revitalization Committee for a term which expires 4/30/17.

 

MOTION #2724 by Councilman Stokes, seconded by Councilman Mangini to close nominations.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2724 adopted 9-0-0.

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared John Foxx appointed to the

Enfield Revitalization Committee by a 9-0-0.

 

MOTION #2725 by Councilman Arnone, seconded by Councilman Hall to remove Item #17 from the table.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2725 adopted 9-0-0.

 

NOMINATION #2726 by Councilman Arnone to reappoint Earl Stallings (D) to the Enfield Revitalization Committee for a term which expires 4/30/17.

 

MOTION #2727 by Councilman Stokes, seconded by Councilman Mangini to close nominations.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2727 adopted 9-0-0.

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, Earl Stallings was reappointed to the Enfield Revitalization Committee by a 9-0-0 vote.

 

All other appointments remained tabled.

 

Items C, D and E remained tabled.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

APPOINTMENTS (TOWN COUNCIL)

 

NOMINATION #2728 by Councilman Mangini to reappoint Yvonne Wollenberg (U) to the Cultural Arts Commission for a term which expires 5/31/16.

 

MOTION #2729 by Councilman Lee, seconded by Councilman Stokes to close nominations.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2729 adopted 10-0-0.

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared Yvonne Wollenberg reappointed to the Cultural Arts Commission by a 10-0-0 vote.

 

All other appointments under New Business remained on the agenda.

 

Item D. will move to the next agenda.

 

ITEMS FOR DISCUSSION

 

Items K, L and M will move to New Business for the next agenda. 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

MOTION #2730 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Hall to approve the Consent Agenda.          $3,300 Transfer Commercial Rehabilitation

                             $2,237 Transfer Town Manager

                             $530 Transfer Town Clerk

                             $4,560 Transfer ALAC Improvements

                             $12,495 Transfer Brainerd Park Improvements

                             $65,000 Transfer Highway Equipment

                                      Appended to Minutes

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2730 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2731 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Stokes.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made:

 

TO:              Building & Grounds

                   Natural Gas              10300340-562100               $45,000

 

FROM: Solid Waste

                   Disposal Services      10300390-542100               $45,000

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 6, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2731 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2732 by Councilman Hall, seconded by Councilman Mangini.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made:

 

TO:              Highway

                   Overtime                 10300370-514000     $55,000

 

FROM: Solid Waste

                   Disposal Services      10300390-542100     $55,000

 

CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 6, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2732 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2733 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Deni.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfers is hereby made:

 

TO:               Building & Grounds

                   Overtime                          10300340-514000     $45,000

                   Salaries Temp/Seasonal       10300340-513000     $10,285

                   Medicare                           10300340-522100     $     600

                   FICA                                10300340-522000     $     140

 

FROM: Custodial

                   Health/Medical Insurance     10300345-521000     $45,000

 

FROM: Building & Grounds

                   Bottled Gas                       10300340-562300     $11,025

 

CERTIFICATION: I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 6, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2733 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2734 by Councilman Hall, seconded by Councilman Stokes.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made:

 

TO:     Commercial Properties Rehab.        23326063 533500 06063      $18,248.00

 

FROM: First Time Homebuyer         23336061 589000 06061      $18,248.00

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of   May 9, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2734 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2735 by Councilman Lee, seconded by Councilman Mangini.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made:

 

TO:              Building Inspection

                   Salaries Part-Time    10606800-512000     $5,500.00

                   Overtime                 10606800-514000     $6,500.00

 

FROM: Building Inspection

                   Building & Mechanical 10040000-412010     $12,000.00

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 5, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Councilman Cekala questioned if this is after hiring an additional inspector.  Mr. Coppler noted for permits, they budgeted about $425,000 to $450,000, however, they’ve already exceeded $800,000 in value of permits, therefore, the workload is definitely a lot higher than what they anticipated earlier. He stated they brought on an additional full-time person in anticipation of the high school project.  He noted they will be committing one full-time staff member just for the high school project, and they still have a lot more work going on than what they anticipated.

 

Councilman Cekala stated it appears part time is less than overtime, therefore, hiring another part-time position to cut down on the overtime makes sense.  She questioned if they’re looking into that, and Mr. Coppler stated it’s a matter of finding such individuals.

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2735 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2736 by Councilman Hall, seconded by Councilman Mangini.

 

RESOLVED, that the Town Manager, Matthew W. Coppler is authorized to enter into and amend contractual instruments in the name and on behalf of the Town of Enfield with Connecticut Light & Power to participate in the Clean Energy Communities Energy Efficiency Incentive Program.

 

Councilman Arnone stated the Clean Energy Committee worked hard to earn credits through their Solarize Enfield Program.  He thanked the Committee for their work on this and other projects.

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2736 adopted 10-0-0.

 

RESOLUTION #2737 by Councilman Mangini, seconded by Councilman Hall.

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made:

 

TO:     Northeast Utility Bright Idea Grant

          Purchased Prof. and Technical Services     23006126-530000     $15,000

 

FROM: General Government Grant Revenue

                   Northeast Utility Grant                  23004000-460892     $15,000

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 19, 2014.

 

/s/  A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

Upon a ROLL-CALL vote being taken, the Chair declared RESOLUTION #2737 adopted 10-0-0.

 

PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Robert Messenger, 4 Kings Court

          Stated his belief the Council misunderstood his earlier comments.  He noted he was not looking for the Council to bid to have this work done, but rather he thought they might hire an employee to work in the Town Hall to do this work.

 

COUNCILMEN COMMUNICATIONS

 

Councilman Lee requested the Town Manager explain what they do in Maine and what TD Bank’s function is.

 

Mr. Coppler explained TD Bank North is the Town’s main financial bank or depository, and they handle all the Town’s money.  He noted one of the functions this bank serves is the provision of a lock box.  He explained a lock box accepts the cash or checks that are mailed as part of the taxes or sewer billing.  He noted the service opens the deposits, checks it, accounts it and places it directly into the Town’s account.  He noted this cash management gets the money into an account that earns interest as quickly as possible.  He stated his belief there’s a lot of efficiency in how this works.  He noted there are many municipalities across the United States that handle these things in the same way.

 

Councilman Hall stated when the State was looking at studies for the high school, the State had four accidents in the area they were looking at, however, the Enfield Police Department has a record of 60 accidents. Mr. Coppler stated the State usually looks at a three-year window. Councilman Hall requested the Town Manager learn from the State as to what they have for a record at this particular intersection.

 

Councilman Arnone stated Broadbrook Road and Oliver Road have two things in common.  They both have “Y” exits, and there are site issues at both locations.  He noted although the State has some responsibility here, he believes the Town has some responsibility as well.

 

Mr. Coppler stated his belief the answer from the State would say the Town of Enfield would have to pay for the realignment of the intersection.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

MOTION #2738 by Councilman Stokes, seconded by Councilman Arnone to adjourn.

 

Upon a SHOW-OF-HANDS vote being taken, the Chair declared MOTION #2738 adopted 10-0-0, and the meeting stood adjourned at 8:44 p.m.


 

 

Appended to minutes of

May 19, 2014 Regular

Town Council Meeting

 

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:     Commercial Properties Rehab.                          

23336063   561400   06063                                        $3,300.00

 

FROM:  Grant-Program Income

          23334000   499000                                                   $3,300.00

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of

May       , 2014

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

APPROVED BY:___________________Town Manager     Date:_________

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:              Town Manager

                   Printing & Reproduction        10120000-555000     $2,237

 

FROM: Town Manager

                   Full Time Salaries               10120000-511000     $2,237

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 6, 2014

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

APPROVED BY: __________________ Town Manager          Date: _________

 

 

Appended to minutes of

May 19, 2014 Regular

Town Council Meeting

 

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:          Town Clerk

              Other Professional Services       10160100 533900               $530.00

 

FROM:      Town Clerk

Advertising                             10160100 554000               $470.00

 

Other Purchased Services                   10160100 559000               $  60.00

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 9, 2014

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

APPROVED BY: __________________ Town Manager          Date: _________

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:          CIP

ALAC Improvement/Renovation         31008129 -545000    $4,560

 

FROM:      CIP

       Sun Street Drainage                       31008306-545000     $3,783

       Post Office /Town Farm Rd              31008508-545000     $   777

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 15, 2014.

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

APPROVED BY: _________Town Manager          Date: _________

Appended to minutes of

May 19, 2014 Regular

Town Council Meeting

 

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:          CIP

Brainerd Road Improvement             31008820 -545000    $12,495

 

FROM:      CIP

       ADA Compliance                             31008165-545000     $11,805

       Post Office /Town Farm Rd              31008508-545000     $     690

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 15, 2014.

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

 

APPROVED BY: _________Town Manager          Date: ________

 

ENFIELD TOWN COUNCIL

REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS

RESOLUTION NO. ________

 

 

RESOLVED, that in accordance with Chapter VI, Section 8(f) of the Town Charter, the following transfer is hereby made.

 

TO:          CIP                   

Highway Equipment               31008737-573100               $65,000

 

FROM:      CIP

       South Maple Street Bridge      31008310-545000               $65,000

 

CERTIFICATION:  I hereby certify that the above-stated funds are available as of May 15, 2014.

 

A. Lynn Nenni, Director of Finance

APPROVED BY: ______Town Manager          Date: _________

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