Mayor: Carol Mutter
Town Consultant: Dwight Montague
Office Manager: Pat Lane Fricks
Town Attorney: Brian C. Smith
Judge: John Higgason

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August 09, 2016
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Commission Meeting Minutes


THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
August 9, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Jones and unanimously approved the minutes of the July 26, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report, Mr. Montague presented the financial report through the month of July 2016. The report, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit B hereto, was approved upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimous approval.
4.    Department Reports.
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of July 2016. The statistics are set forth on Exhibit C attached hereto.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that the Community Movie night was scheduled for August 12 at the Town Common, weather permitting
Commissioner Stinnett reported on the schedule for the month of August for the school, with classes beginning August 10 with registration on August 7. He also reported that Ruth Cargill would be the new 3rd grade teacher and that Brian Mann was moved to the 5th grade class.
Commissioner Jones reported on the current jobs being undertaken by the Public Works Department and stated that street damage was being repaired and tree trimming was underway. Dumpster Day is the first weekend of October.
7. Citizens Input. No one voiced desire to address the Commission.
8. Old Business.     A discussion of the issue of treatment of “short term rentals within the single family residential zone occurred and the Commission directed the Town Attorney to draft a proposed amendment to the zoning ordinance to effectively ban the practice.
9. New Business. No new business came before the Commission.
10. Mayor's Report. Mayor Mutter made a brief report on current happenings within the community.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the September 13, 2016 meeting.

July 26, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Jones and unanimously approved the minutes of the June 14, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report, Mr. Montague presented the financial report through the month of June 2016. The report, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit B hereto, was approved upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimous approval. He then introduced for second reading the proposed Town of Lookout Mountain Internal Control Manual as required to be in effect by State law, a copy being attached as Exhibit C. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimous approval the Manual was adopted upon first reading.. After discussion and upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, and unanimous vote the Budget Ordinance attached as Exhibit E hereto was adopted upon second reading.
4.    Department Reports.
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of June, 2016. The statistics are shown on Exhibit F attached hereto. He commented on the problem of excessive speed in the Commercial district and the area of the Town Common. He encouraged residents to lock their vehicles and to report any unusual or suspicious activity.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that the Commons Camp had concluded for the year with record attendance despite the heat. The 9-10 year old baseball team advanced to the State Regional before suffering a loss as did the 11-12 year olds.
She then reviewed for comment her proposal to institute a “Dog Park” at the property commonly referred to as Verlenden Park. She updated the status by saying that after receiving negative reactions from area veterinarians the project was shelved.
Commissioner Stinnett reported on the schedule for the month of August for the school, with classes beginning August 11 with registration on August 8. Camp Invention had30 participants and was led by Brian Mann.
Commissioner Jones reported on the current jobs being undertaken by the Public Works Department and stated that street damage was being repaired and tree trimming was underway.
7. Citizen’s Input. Ms. Collins and Ms. Helton appeared to inquire as to whether it was lawful for private property owners in the single family residential zone to rent their homes to transients through any of the internet sites specializing in short term rental of such properties and whether the Town had any regulations regarding same. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett and unanimous approval Mr. Smith, as Town Attorney, was instructed to prepare an amendment to the Town’s Zoning Ordinance to prohibit such rentals for a period of less than thirty (30) days..
8. Old Business.     N/A
9. New Business. Mr. Montague advised that the Town’s auditors finished their year-end work earlier today and were quite pleased with the work of Samantha Van Alstyne. Chief Bowden went on record to express the gratitude of the fire and police staff and general administration staff for the recent expressions of support by the Town residents.
10. Mayor's Report. Mayor Mutter commented on the unexpected and untimely death of Allen Campbell Brown on July 23.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the August9, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
June 14, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, June 14, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett and unanimously approved the minutes of the May 10, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report,  Mr Montague presented the financial report through the month of May 2016. The report, a copy of which is attached as Exhibit B hereto, was approved upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimous approval. He then introduced a proposed Town of Lookout Mountain Internal Control Manual as required to be in effect by State law, a copy being attached as Exhibit C. Upon motion of Commissioner Pippenger, seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimous approval the Manual was adopted upon first reading. He then reviewed the Amended Budget Ordinance which was adopted upon first reading at the May 10 meeting.That Amended Budget is attached as Exhibit D hereto. Upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Jones the amended budget ordinance was adopted by unanimous vote upon second reading. He then passed out for review and discussion at a later meeting a proposed budget ordinance for fiscal year 2017. After discussion and upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, and unanimous vote the Ordinance attached as Exhibit E hereto was adopted upon first reading.
4.    Department Reports.
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of May, 2016. The statistics are shown on Exhibit F attached hereto. He commented on the problem of excessive speed in the Commercial district and the area of the Town Common. He encouraged residents to lock their vehicles and to report any unusual or suspicious activity. He then moved to extend the sick pay for Assistant Chief McGuffey for an additional two weeks, during which McGuffey will undergo testing to determine his ability to return to work on some schedule. The motion was seconded by Commissioner Pippenger and unanimously approved.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that the baseball and softball programs are in progress and that the Town would serve as host to the Dixie Youth Regional Tournament for seven and eight year olds. She reported on the opening of Commons camp for the summer 2016 session. She then reviewed for comment her proposal to institute a “Dog Park” at the property commonly referred to as Verlenden Park.
Commissioner Stinnett reported on the recent graduation exercises at the school on May 28, the schedule for the Summer Library program, the status of the Greenhouse and Science Lab and the schedule for camp Invention.
Commissioner Jones reported on the current jobs being undertaken by the Public Works Department and stated that street signs are being installed
7. Citizen’s Input. Ms. Collins and Ms. Jeong appeared to inquire as to steps to be taken to deal with the odors from the sewer outfall line from Fleetwood Drive to Ochs Highway. Commissioner Jones advised that his department was aware of the issue and was pursuing the matter with the City of Lookout Mountain, Georgia and the WWTA.
8. Old Business. The matter of the scheduled second reading of an ordinance granting a variance at the request of Mike Kitzman on property located at 204 Franklin Road.. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, the ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit G hereto was passed upon unanimous vote upon second reading.
9. New Business. Melinda Fraft, a representative of the American Cancer Society appeared to request instruction as to the process for obtaining approval of plans for a “luminary exhibition“ as a fund raiser for cancer awareness. She was advised that since it was a fund raising effort she would need to apply for a permit at the office of Chief Bowden.
Mayor's Report. Mayor Mutter commented on the baseball opening day parade and the King of the Mountain Race, the changes in the State of Tennessee Hall Income Tax and its effect on the Town's revenue and encouraged all to use the services of the Town's local businesses. She commented upon the celebration of National Parks which included Point Park on Lookout Mountain. She thanked Candace Chazen for the help in beautification of the entrance to the park performed by the Lookout Mountain Garden Club.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the July 26, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
May 10, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, May 10, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Jones and unanimously approved the minutes of the April 12, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report. Mr. Montague presented the financial report for the Town through the month of April, 2016 approved upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Bentley and unanimous approval. He then introduced a proposed Amended 2016 budget, settling forth in red numbers the actual changes to the Budget Ordinance in effect for the current fiscal year. That Amended Budget is attached as Exhibit C hereto. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Jones was adopted by unanimous vote upon first reading. He then passed out for review and discussion at a later meeting a proposed budget for fiscal year 2017.
4.    Department Reports.
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of April. The statistics are shown on Exhibit D attached hereto. He commented on the problem of excessive speed in the Commercial district and the area of the Town Common. He encouraged residents to lock their vehicles and to report any unusual or suspicious activity.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that the baseball and softball programs are in progress and that the Town would serve as host to the Dixie Youth Regional Tournament for seven and eight year olds. She reported on opening day and its festivities and mentioned that the first pitch was dedicated to the memory of Todd Minderman who had been an important part of the youth program until his death earlier this year. Commons Camp is scheduled for June 6 through July 22. Registration forms are being sent home with students from the school in their back packs.
Commissioner Stinnett reported on the recent announcement of retirement by 5 members of the teaching staff. He advised that the greenhouse project lacks only landscaping details to be complete. He gave a brief schedule of events for the final weeks of the school year including the May 10 meeting of the PTA, May 23 Field Day, May 24 Awards Day, May 25 graduation, May 26 last day of year and May 27 Report Card Day.
Commissioner Jones reported on the current jobs being undertaken by the Public Works Department and stated that Dumpster Day is scheduled for June 4.
7. Citizen’s Input. May Mitchell appeared to ask the Town to provide manpower and equipment or funding to allow removal of a number of trees and upgrading of the areas around the Common severely overgrown with invasive and unsightly plants.
8. Old Business. The matter of the scheduled second reading of an ordinance granting a variance at the request of Chip Rennick on property located at South Forrest. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, the ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit E hereto was passed upon unanimous vote upon second reading.
9. New Business. The Commission then considered the Request  For Variance submitted by Mike Kitzman for property at 204 Franklin Road property on south Forest to allow construction of an Upon motion of  an addition to the existing residential structure to be added to in accord with the plans presented by the Van Deusen Group, architects. A copy of the request is attached as Exhibit F hereto. After consideration and upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett and unanimous approval the ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit G hereto was adopted upon first reading.

Mayor's Report. Mayor Mutter commented on the baseball opening day parade and the King of the Mountain Race, the changes in the State of Tennessee Hall Income Tax and its effect on the Town's revenue and encouraged all to use the services of the Town's local businesses.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the June 14, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
April 12, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]
   
1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Bentley, and unanimously approved the minutes of the March 6, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report. Mr. Montague presented the financial report for the Town through the month of March, 2016. After discussion the report attached hereto as Exhibit B was approved upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett and unanimous approval. He then announced that the annual budget setting process is underway and will be addressed in June and July. He then briefly raised the issue of the need to adopt an internal control manual and distributed a copy of the MTAS model code for review and comment outside the meeting. A copy is attached as Exhibit C hereto.
4.    Department Reports.
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of March. The statistics are shown on Exhibit D attached hereto. He and Chief Bowden detailed the problem of parking in the area of Sunset Rock Park and the plans to attempt to remedy the problem, including increased enforcement and cooperation with the National Park Service.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that the opening day parade is scheduled for April 23 at 8:45 a.m. from the Fairyland School grounds. There will be pitching and catching clinics for 9 and 10 year olds announced soon. The softball program is being led this year by Wil Haisten. Commons Camp will be from June 6 through July 22  She reported on the recent Weed Wrangle of April 9. And encouraged donations to the Lookout Mountain Beautification Fund.
Commissioner Stinnett reported on the recent donut and coffee day for the First grade and the status of the greenhouse project. He gave a brief schedule of events for the final weeks of the school year including the May 10 meeting of the PTA, May 23 Field Day, May 24 Awards Day, May 25 graduation, May 26 last day of year and May 27 Report Card Day.
7. Citizen’s Input. No one appeared for input.
8. Old Business. None.
9. New Business. The omission the considered the Request  For Variance submitted by Chip Rennick for property on south Forest to allow construction of a residential structure. A copy of the request is attached as Exhibit F hereto. After consideration and upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett and unanimous approval the ordinance attached hereto as Exhibit G hereto was adopted upon first reading.
Mr. Richard Williams appeared to explain the planned operations of a WWTA contractor in the Town.
Mr. Montague introduced the proposal for a new audit contract with the town’s auditing firm. The new contract is for the total fee of $28, 325.00. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Jones the contract was approved and execution authorized. A copy of the proposed contract is attached as Exhibit H hereto.

10. Mayor’s Report. Mayor Mutter urged support of our local businesses. She also asked Mr. Smith to look into the need for the Town to enact a scheme of drone regulation.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the May 10, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
March 9, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, March 9, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, and unanimously approved the minutes of the February, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report. Ms. Van Alstyne presented the financial report for the Town through the month of February, 2016. After discussion the report attached hereto as Exhibit B was approved upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Bentley and unanimous approval.
4.    Department Reports. Commissioner Stinnett and school principal Ruth White reported for the Education Department and reported on the recent fundraiser “ Night Out For Lookout” that was held on February 26 at the Lookout Mountain Fairyland Club. Work has been done on the bleachers in he gym, the green house project is nearing completion. Ms Bullard and Ms Margie are retiring at end od school year, May 26

Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of January. The statistics are shown on Exhibit C attached hereto. He and Chief Bowden detailed the problem of parking in the area of Sunset Rock Park and the plans to attempt to remedy the problem, including increased enforcement and cooperation with the National Park Service.
Commissioner Pippenger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that baseball and softball registrations are in process. Softball registrations are down slightly. The opening day parade is scheduled for April 23 at 8:45 a.m. from the Fairyland School grounds. There will be pitching and catching clinics for 9 and 10 year olds announced soon. Scout Troup 3191 is involved in the clean-up of the winter debris from the Town Common. Fran Rittenberry of the Council of Garden Clubs is leading a Weed Wrangle on April 9 from 9:: a.m. until noon.
Commissioner Jones reported for the Public Works Department and specifically mentioned the 50th anniversary of the Laurelwood Garden Club and the need to treat any hemlock trees on the mountain to prevent the spread of the wooly aldejid which destroys the trees if left untreated. The dumpster will be available April 2.

5.    Citizens Input. No one appeared to speak.
6.    Old Business. Mr. Smith gave an update on the cell tower project and the action of Alan Crafton of Tower I Holdings to terminate the negotiated lease to build the tower and supporting equipment.

7. Mayor’s Report. Mayor Mutter commented upon the need for Commissioners to file their qualifying petitions with the Election Commission by April 7, 2016. She also advised that the position of Municipal Judge had been temporarily filled by her appointment of Flossie Weill to fill the unexpired term of Judge John Higgason, recently deceased. Anyone wishing to serve in that capacity must stand for election in August and file a qualifying petition by April 7. She advised that she had exercised her charter duty to appoint Flossie Weill to fill the unexpired term of Judge Higgason. She urged support of our local businesses and mentioned a fundraising Fish Fry to be held at Talus Restaurant on March 18 with the proceeds going to support the area homeless shelters.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the April 12, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
February 9, 2016
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, January February 9, 2016 at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
[See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]

1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, and unanimously approved the minutes of the January 12, 2016 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report. Mr. Montague presented the financial report for the Town through the month of January, 2016. After discussion the report attached hereto as Exhibit B was approved upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Bentley and unanimous approval.
4.    Department Reports. Commissioner Stinnett reported for the Education Department and reviewed the report of activities for the month of December, 2015. He reminded everyone of the important school fund raising event known as “Night Out For Lookout” that is scheduled for February 26 at the Lookout Mountain Fairyland Club. He encouraged participation by all. He further commented on the recent Book Fair and the July Camp Invention. He mentioned that Hamilton County had ceased its funding of the Summer Library program  The cost is approximately $20.00 per hour for 100 hours
Commissioner Bentley reported for the Fire and police Department and reviewed that monthly statistics for the month of January. The statistics are shown on Exhibit C attached hereto.
Commissioner Pippemger reported for the Parks and Recreation Department and advised that basketball program is in progress. Baseball is in thr registration process with practice to begin in late March and games to begin the third week of April.
Commissioner Jones reported for the Public Works Department and specifically mentioned costs incurred in overtime caused by weather conditions
5.    Citizens Input. No one appeared to speak.
6.    Old Business. Mr. Montague led a brief discussion of the lease and final approved plans for the cell tower construction project. He advised that he had received communication Alan Crafton advising that he had not been able to this time to secure a tenant for the tower as approved and asking for a deferral of rent until a tenant was found and a significant reduction thereafter. Mark Caldwell appeared to object to any renegotiation at this time as being unfair to other bidders and to the residents. Upon motion of Commissioner Bentley, seconded by Commissioner Stinnett, the request was denied.
7.    New Business.
Upon motion of Commissioner Jones, seconded by Commissioner Bentley and unanimously approved the Ordinance to Amend the Town’s Purchasing Procedures , attached as Exhibit E hereto was passed upon second reading.
 7. Mayor’s Report. Mayor Mutter commented upon the need for Commissioners to file their qualifying petitions with the Election Commission by April 7, 2016. She also advised that the position of Municipal Judge had been temporarily filled by her appointment of Flossie Weill to fill the unexpired term of Judge John Higgason, recently deceased. Anyone wishing to serve in that capacity must stand for election in August and file a qualifying petition by April 7. She encouraged all to patronize our local businesses. She thanked all for the outstanding support of the Town staff over the holiday season.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned until the March 8, 2016 meeting.

THE MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE MAYOR AND BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF THE TOWN OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN, TENNESSEE
January 12,2016
    The Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the Town of Lookout Mountain, Tennessee met in regular session at the Town Hall on Tuesday, January 12, 2016  at 5:00 p.m., the following being present:
            [See list of attendees attached as Exhibit A hereto]       
           
1.    Call to order and Declaration of Quorum. Mayor Mutter called the meeting to order and recognized a quorum for the conduct of business.
2.    Approval of minutes. Upon motion of Commissioner Stinnett, seconded by Commissioner Jones, and unanimously approved the minutes of the December 8, 2015 meeting of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners were approved and ordered to be entered into the Town’s minute book.
3.    Financial Report. Mr. Montague presented the financial report for the Town through the month of December, 2015. After discussion the report attached hereto as Exhibit B was appro

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