Liquor licenses, constitutional analysis, a resignation, and recycling are among the action items on the select board’s agenda for Monday May 3.
Topics on the May 3 agenda include
- Steps to bring the town into compliance with state law concerning past local liquor license approvals
- A proposed Board resolution declaring unconstitutional the Legislature’s delegation of emergency powers to the Governor and declaring the Governor’s pandemic orders, rules, and guidelines, including any mask mandate, unconstitutional and unenforceable in New Gloucester
- The resignation of new Code Enforcement Officer Kate Matthews
- Information from Ecomaine about its Single Sort Recycling program
- A request that the Town consent to a privately funded stream crossing upgrade on an abandoned section of Woodman Road
- A request that the Town support a request pending with the U.S.G.S. to formally name as “Talking Brook” a currently unnamed tributary of Meadow Brook
The meeting begins at 7 pm on Zoom. The full May 3 agenda, Zoom codes for logging in, and supporting documents can be accessed here.
Minutes from past meetings and agendas for upcoming BOS meetings can be found under Boards and Committees on the town website and accessed here.
— Joanne Cole