Houlton Region

Houlton Town Council to meet Feb. 11

HOULTON, Maine — The Houlton Town Council will hold its regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 11, at 6 p.m.

Agenda

Public Comments

I. Minutes: Regular Council Meeting of January 28, 2019.

II. Old Business:  None.

III. New Business

A – (020119-1) The Town of Houlton ordains that taxes are due and payable when rendered and no later than October 15, 2019, and delinquent taxes shall bear interest at the rate of 9% per annum from and after October 15, 2019 until paid in full, such interest to be added to and become part of the taxes.  (Note: this is in accordance with MRSA 36, Sec. 505.4) (Introduction)

B – (020119-2) The Town of Houlton ordains that taxes in excess of the final assessment shall be repaid from the date of overpayment at 5% interest in accordance with MRSA 36, Sec. 505.A. (Introduction)

C – (020119-3) Council authorizes a perpetual maintenance easement between the Town of Houlton and the Houlton Water Company, as designated on Map 36, Lot 1.  (Note: Documents available for review at the Town Office during normal business hours. (Introduction)

D – (020119-4) Council accepts the bid of $5,345.00 from P&E Distributors of Van Buren, Maine, for a Floor Scrubber for the Gentle Memorial Building.

E – (020119-5) Council reappoints Gerard J. Berthelette as a member to the Houlton Planning Board for a five-year term, as recommended by the Planning Board.

F – (020119-6) Council approves execution of the application to the Department of Public Safety by the Houlton Rotary Club for a License to operate Beano/Bingo on April 4, 2019, at 110 Military Street.

G – (020119-7)   Council designates the Town Manager to be the appointed representative for the Maine Service Centers Coalition and designates Councilor ______________ as the Alternate.

IV. Discussions and Reports

A – Medical Marijuana Information Update.

B – Town Manager’s Reports.

C – Councilors’ Remarks.

V. Adjournment

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